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Author brian.curtin
Recipients Technologov, andersjm, brian.curtin, christian.heimes, kap4020, loewis, michael.foord, nnorwitz, tebeka, tim.peters, trent
Date 2010-03-31.02:10:23
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Here is a patch with some tests and doc changes.

I'm having trouble coming up with tests which will work with CTRL_C_EVENT and CTRL_BREAK_EVENT. Based on my understanding of GenerateConsoleCtrlEvent, I figured this example ( would be receptive to CTRL+C when started as a subprocess, but it doesn't work. I also figured "python -c "input()"" started as a subprocess could be killed with CTRL_C_EVENT, but it doesn't work either.
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