- # Windows -- can't unlink an open file, but O_TEMPORARY creates a
- # file that "deletes itself" when the last handle is closed.
- # O_NOINHERIT ensures processes created via spawn() don't get a
- # handle to this too. That would be a security hole, and, on my
- # Win98SE box, when an O_TEMPORARY file is inherited by a spawned
- # process, the fd in the spawned process seems to lack the
- # O_TEMPORARY flag, so the file doesn't go away by magic then if the
- # spawning process closes it first.
- flags = (os.O_RDWR | os.O_CREAT | os.O_EXCL |
- os.O_TEMPORARY | os.O_NOINHERIT)
- fd = os.open(name, flags, 0700)
- return os.fdopen(fd, mode, bufsize)
- # Assume we can't unlink a file that's still open, or arrange for
- # an automagically self-deleting file -- use wrapper.
+ # Non-unix -- can't unlink file that's still open, use wrapper
file = open(name, mode, bufsize)
return TemporaryFileWrapper(file, name)