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On Wed, Mar 23, 2011 at 02:05:46PM +0000, Charles-Francois Natali wrote:
> What's the problem here ?
> CTRL-Z causes the controlling terminal to send a SIGTSTP to the process, and the default handler stops the process, pretty much like a SIGSTOP.
> If you don't want that to happen:
> import signal
> signal.signal(signal.SIGTSTP, signal.SIG_IGN)

(What's happening: it's so unresponsive when i try your code .. :)
Rather, i want an interactive python to integrate itself 
neatlessly into normal shell job control, say! 
Thus i always hope that a program takes care about SIGCONT!!

I'm stuck here, grep(1)ing everywhere and only find 
Modules/signalmodule.c for SIGCONT and SIGTSTP (it's *NOT* SunOS). 
Where is Python handling job control?
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