mwh at python.net
Thu Mar 27 12:58:05 CET 2003
Daniel Nielsen <djn at daimi.au.dk> writes:
> I'm currently working on some code that uses the signal module... But
> I doesnt seem to work proberly.
> I'm using threads,
You are in trouble already.
> so I'd like ctrl-c to actually terminate the program. If my memory
> serves me, ctrl-c is SIGINT, so in my code, in the main thread, I
> signal.signal(signal.SIGINT, gp.handler);
> where gp is a module and handler looks like:
> def handler(signum, frame):
> print "Handling signal: " + signum;
> But ctrl-c doesnt do anything!
> If I write:
> signal.signal(signal.SIGINT, signal.SIG_DFL);
> instead, ctrl-c actually terminates the program...
> Have I misunderstood something?
I'd expect this to work, but that it doesn't fails to surprise. What
OS (+version, probably) are you on? Any chance of a complete code
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