Author loewis
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Date 2011-01-06.23:44:04
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I wonder whether there is a precedent of some system mapping SIGINT to
an exception. We could probably learn something from them.

> - should KeyboardInterrupt always exit with SIGINT, or only if it was
> actually raised by a signal handler?

IMO, if we give the illusion that the interpreter was actually killed,
we should equate KeyboardInterrupt with SIGINT; any uncaught
KeyboardInterrupt should consequently always lead to raising SIGINT.
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