I received a Python project (which happens to be a Django project, if that matters,) that uses the
The substitute of
fcntl on windows are
win32api calls. The usage is completely different. It is not some switch you can just flip.
In other words, porting a
fcntl-heavy-user module to windows is not trivial. It requires you to analyze what exactly each
fcntl call does and then find the equivalent
win32api code, if any.
There's also the possibility that some code using
fcntl has no windows equivalent, which would require you to change the module api and maybe the structure/paradigm of the program using the module you're porting.
If you provide more details about the
fcntl calls people can find windows equivalents.