You need to call python.exe, I think, not just See sys.executable (though that depends on if you're a
frozen app or not).

I can't be sure though because there's no code. Show code when asking
questions, it helps frame the discussion and get a better answer ;)

On Mon, May 26, 2014 at 5:03 PM,

> I have written a Python script with a wxPython GUI that uses
> subprocess.Popen to open a list of files that the user provides. One of my
> users would like to be able to run a Python script with my application. The
> Python script he is trying to run uses the command line and gets keyboard
> input from the user several times.
> The problem is that if the Python script is run on Windows with
> subprocess.Popen, no command prompt is shown (my GUI application is a .pyw
> file). The user's script runs silently but then does not quit because it is
> waiting for input, but there is no way for the input to be given, since
> there is no command prompt visible.
> I think this may be related to the fact that I am calling subprocess.Popen
> with shell=True. I tried calling it with shell=False (the default), but
> then I got an error that the file is not a valid Win32 application.
> I would appreciate any help with this problem.
> -- Timothy
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