[Python-Dev] bug 754449 and threads raising exceptions
at interpreter teardown
"Martin v. Löwis"
martin at v.loewis.de
Mon Feb 9 17:26:21 EST 2004
> My question is whether this is worth fixing. Since it only occurs if
> you don't shut down your threads it seems like it is not really a bug
> but just unexpected behavior from not cleaning up after yourself. But,
> as I said in my bug report post, I think it is fixable. So is it even
> worth fixing in some non-pretty way?
IMO, any bug is worth fixing. This being free software, contributors are
free to chose what they work on.
It would be much more useful if you would provide thread cancellation
in the process :-)
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