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Issue 10639: reindent.py converts newlines to platform default
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--- a/Doc/library/signal.rst Tue Jul 26 09:37:46 2011 +0300
+++ b/Doc/library/signal.rst Mon Jul 25 09:47:18 2011 -0400
@@ -179,8 +179,7 @@
will then be called. Returns nothing. Not on Windows. (See the Unix man page
:manpage:`signal(2)`.)
- See also :func:`sigwait`, :func:`sigwaitinfo`, :func:`sigtimedwait` and
- :func:`sigpending`.
+ See also :func:`sigwait` and :func:`sigpending`.
.. function:: pthread_kill(thread_id, signum)
@@ -335,47 +334,7 @@
Availability: Unix (see the man page :manpage:`sigwait(3)` for further
information).
- See also :func:`pause`, :func:`pthread_sigmask`, :func:`sigpending`,
- :func:`sigwaitinfo` and :func:`sigtimedwait`.
-
- .. versionadded:: 3.3
-
-
-.. function:: sigwaitinfo(sigset)
-
- Suspend execution of the calling thread until the delivery of one of the
- signals specified in the signal set *sigset*. The function accepts the
- signal and removes it from the pending list of signals. If one of the
- signals in *sigset* is already pending for the calling thread, the function
- will return immediately with information about that signal. The signal
- handler is not called for the delivered signal. The function raises an
- :exc:`OSError` with error number set to :const:`errno.EINTR` if it is
- interrupted by a signal that is not in *sigset*.
-
- The return value is an object representing the data contained in the
- :c:type:`siginfo_t` structure, namely: :attr:`si_signo`, :attr:`si_code`,
- :attr:`si_errno`, :attr:`si_pid`, :attr:`si_uid`, :attr:`si_status`,
- :attr:`si_band`.
-
- Availability: Unix (see the man page :manpage:`sigwaitinfo(2)` for further
- information).
-
- See also :func:`pause`, :func:`sigwait` and :func:`sigtimedwait`.
-
- .. versionadded:: 3.3
-
-
-.. function:: sigtimedwait(sigset, (timeout_sec, timeout_nsec))
-
- Like :func:`sigtimedwait`, but takes a tuple of ``(seconds, nanoseconds)``
- as an additional argument specifying a timeout. If both *timeout_sec* and
- *timeout_nsec* are specified as :const:`0`, a poll is performed. Returns
- :const:`None` if a timeout occurs.
-
- Availability: Unix (see the man page :manpage:`sigtimedwait(2)` for further
- information).
-
- See also :func:`pause`, :func:`sigwait` and :func:`sigwaitinfo`.
+ See also :func:`pause`, :func:`pthread_sigmask` and :func:`sigpending`.
.. versionadded:: 3.3
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