Author tim.peters
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Date 2006-07-09.19:21:54
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Martin, FYI, on Windows the os.spawn() functions return the
process handle, so that's the natural use case:  killing a
process spawned by Python's os.spawn*().  This is a little
confusing because the spawn() functions are documented as
returning "the process ID", and verbiage inside the spawn
docs explains that it doesn't really mean "process ID" on
Windows.
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