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Author pitrou
Recipients Jurko.Gospodnetić, brian.curtin, pitrou, tim.golden, tim.peters, vstinner
Date 2013-12-15.17:37:40
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Ah, ok. So it's a controlled crash: Python fails initializing the standard streams and so it decides to bail out (by using Py_FatalError, since Py_Initialize doesn't return an error code).

What we could do is call initsigs() after initstdio() (but still before initsite(), since initsite() can call arbitrary Python code).

I'm a bit surprised that you manage to press Ctrl-C so fast that it occurs right during initialization of standard streams, by the way :-)
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