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Author michael.foord
Recipients Technologov, andersjm, christian.heimes, kap4020, loewis, michael.foord, nnorwitz, tebeka, tim.peters, trent
Date 2010-03-27.00:22:21
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It would be really useful to be able to send signal.SIGINT to processes on Windows using os.kill(...). The patch as described sounds like it would have a different signature to the standard implementation of os.kill(...) which takes a pid and a signal type. 

IronPython 2.7 will have an os.kill implementation. Looks like it only supports signal.SIGINT and signal.SIGBREAK and just calls:

    Process toKill = Process.GetProcessById(pid);
Date User Action Args
2010-03-27 00:22:24michael.foordsetrecipients: + michael.foord, tim.peters, loewis, nnorwitz, tebeka, andersjm, christian.heimes, kap4020, Technologov, trent
2010-03-27 00:22:23michael.foordsetmessageid: <>
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