Author skrah
Recipients brian.curtin, georg.brandl, pitrou, skrah
Date 2010-08-30.22:41:26
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I just see that the test is running as expected:

_testcapi.crash_no_current_thread() is running in a subprocess, so
the abort() is harmless on Linux. On Windows, abort() causes the
pop-ups, apparently even when it occurs in a subprocess.

Perhaps we should generally use an ABORT() macro, which translates to
exit() on Windows.
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