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Author underrun
Recipients asksol, jnoller, ryles, underrun
Date 2011-06-17.04:39:58
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I was wrong about exit behavior of a process that has put to a queue -- it seems to behave as expected. i had been playing with a proxy to a queue rather than a queue (to which, if you put, the process can exit right away because the actual put happens in the process that owns the queue).

I think this works as intended, but lmk. Also, I haven't really played with the tests that much, so that bit could use some review. It hasn't broken anything in any of my real world tests though.

Also, have I mentioned that the multiprocessing module is amazing? Cause it is. I sort of feel like antigravity == multiprocessing ...
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