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Tag: logging

How can I see normal print output created during pytest run?

Sometimes I want to just insert some print statements in my code, and see what gets printed out when I exercise it. My usual way to “exercise” it is with existing pytest tests. But when I run these, I don’t seem able to see any standard output (at least from within PyCharm, my IDE). Is there a simple way to

real time subprocess.Popen via stdout and PIPE

I am trying to grab stdout from a subprocess.Popen call and although I am achieving this easily by doing: I would like to grab stdout in “real time”. With the above method, PIPE is waiting to grab all the stdout and then it returns. So for logging purposes, this doesn’t meet my requirements (e.g. “see” what is going on while

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