64bc932ebad4

Redirect the subprocess' output to /dev/null in a filthy, filthy way.
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author Steve Losh <steve@stevelosh.com>
date Tue, 14 Jul 2009 22:42:56 -0400
parents 8d824dee6437
children 2b5e5ab15f3b
branches/tags (none)
files prompt.py

Changes

diff -r 8d824dee6437 -r 64bc932ebad4 prompt.py
--- a/prompt.py	Tue Jul 14 22:27:36 2009 -0400
+++ b/prompt.py	Tue Jul 14 22:42:56 2009 -0400
@@ -13,15 +13,19 @@
 import subprocess
 from datetime import datetime, timedelta
 from os import path
-from mercurial import extensions, hg, cmdutil
+from mercurial import extensions
 
 CACHE_PATH = ".hg/prompt/cache"
-CACHE_TIMEOUT = timedelta(minutes=10)
+CACHE_TIMEOUT = timedelta(minutes=15)
 
 def _cache_remote(repo, kind):
     cache = path.join(repo.root, CACHE_PATH, kind)
     c_tmp = cache + '.temp'
-    subprocess.call(['hg', kind, '--quiet'], stdout=file(c_tmp, 'w'))
+    
+    # This is kind of a hack and I feel a little bit dirty for doing it.
+    IGNORE = open('NUL:','w') if subprocess.mswindows else open('/dev/null','w')
+    
+    subprocess.call(['hg', kind, '--quiet'], stdout=file(c_tmp, 'w'), stderr=IGNORE)
     os.rename(c_tmp, cache)
     return