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Old 05-03-2007, 02:04 PM   #1
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perl script call python -linux

I have a perl script that is running in windows environment. This is calling python BodyTextExtractor.
My problem is: I have to move the script to run on linux and I have to change the following part of the script and I don't know how. Please help me!

use Win32::Job;

$job = Win32::Job->new;

open(FILE_tmp2, ">$PName");
$job->spawn("C:\\Python24\\python.exe", "python $PName.txt",
stdout => FILE_tmp2,
$status = $job->run(60);
close FILE_tmp2;

Thanks a lot!
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