[Python-Dev] bug 754449 and threads raising exceptions at interpreter teardown

Bill Janssen janssen at parc.com
Tue Feb 10 19:44:41 EST 2004

> So you are classifying this as a bug then.  That was part of my question 
> since it only happens if you don't handle your threads properly (or at 
> least I think properly; I would assume it is common practice to close 
> down your threads).

Really?  I would assume it's common practice to let the garbage
collector shut down your threads.  After all, people don't handle
errors either.  Most code doesn't even check for them.


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