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Author pitrou
Recipients asvetlov, brian.curtin, pitrou, tim.golden
Date 2012-04-03.15:05:12
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> As for the second point, why else are you calling os.kill if you don't
> want to kill the given process? I don't disagree that it's on the
> perverse side, but that's the functionality available. Perhaps we
> should *not* have the fallback and only operate on the signals?

I just meant that exiting with 0 isn't exactly expected when a process
is forcibly killed (0 meaning success, as far as I know).
Date User Action Args
2012-04-03 15:05:13pitrousetrecipients: + pitrou, tim.golden, brian.curtin, asvetlov
2012-04-03 15:05:12pitroulinkissue14484 messages
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