There's no return value, a KeywordInterrupt exception is raised. The PEP wouldn't change this behavior.
As for the general behavior: all programming languages/platforms handle EINTR transparently. It's high time for Python to have a sensible behavior in this regard.
2014-09-01 8:38 GMT+01:00 Marko Rauhamaa firstname.lastname@example.org:
Victor Stinner email@example.com:
No, it's the opposite. The PEP doesn't change the default behaviour of SIGINT: CTRL+C always interrupt the program.
Which raises an interesting question: what happens to the os.read() return value if SIGINT is received?
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