carroll at tjc.com
Tue Nov 16 03:34:11 CET 2004
On Mon, 15 Nov 2004, Tim Peters wrote:
> [Kent Johnson]
> >> If the threads are marked as daemon threads (call
> >> thread.setDaemon(True)) then Python will exit even if the thread is
> >> still alive.
> [Terry Carroll]
> > That's what I thought. That's the opposite of what I want to have
> > happen. I want the app to exit, and the threads it started to go away;
> > they're done.
> That's probably what *will* happen.
If that's what happens, great. I just don't want either the threads to
stay around (if I make them daemons) or for the application to hang rather
I suppose I could just write an app that starts a thread and exits without
shutting it down, to see if it hangs, huh?
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