[issue8354] siginterrupt with flag=False is reset when signal received

Andrew Bennetts report at bugs.python.org
Thu Apr 15 15:38:55 CEST 2010


Andrew Bennetts <spiv at users.sourceforge.net> added the comment:

Are there any platforms that define HAVE_SIGINTERRUPT but that do not define HAVE_SIGACTION?  If there are, then yes I expect they would fail that test.

It would be a shame to delay this fix just because it doesn't fix all platforms... is it possible to mark that test as a known failure on a platform with siginterrupt but without sigaction?

My initial comment outlined a change that would work for all platforms, but would be more complex.  (I think the signal_noreinstall.diff change would be good to make even with the more complex approach, though.)

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