Author mhammond
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Date 2002-07-14.14:38:41
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Here we go - a better patch.  This delivers the exact same
multi-threaded semantics as my Linux build.

Re Ctrl+Break - no argument from me - my "if deemed broken"
was meant to imply that!  Win9x Ctrl+Break must be the same
as Win2k - I seemed to recall on Win9x it behaved like a
Ctrl+C.  No 9x even booted to check, and I don't really care
<wink>

FWIW, my test script:
import time, threading, thread

def sleeper():
    try:
        time.sleep(30)
    finally:
        msg = "Thread %d dieing" % (thread.get_ident(),)
        print msg

threads=[]
for i in range(2):
    t=threading.Thread(target=sleeper)
    t.start()
    threads.append(t)
print "sleeping"
try:
    time.sleep(30)
finally:
    print "waiting"
    [t.join for t in threads]
    print "final short sleep"
    time.sleep(2)
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