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Author pitrou
Recipients davin, pitrou
Date 2017-06-08.19:29:10
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close() wouldn't terminate the underlying process, so the process would still exist (and wouldn't easily be stoppable from Python anymore) if you were to call close() before terminate() or join().

Perhaps we should instead mandate people call join() before close()?
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