[Twisted-Python] Re: SIGBREAK on windows
TimothyFitz at gmail.com
Wed Sep 27 09:35:29 EDT 2006
SIGBREAK will be sent if you have a program open in a console and
close the window by clicking the x. This can happen to services if
you're running them via a debug mechanism that connects them to the
On 9/27/06, Thomas Jacob <jacob at internet24.de> wrote:
> > You may receive that signal when users log off. I'm using the following
> > code to ignore signals when running as service (but I'm also using the
> > win32serviceutil module to start as a service).
> I've never got a sigbreak signal sent to my twisted/pywin32 services
> when users log off so far, under what circumstances or on which
> Windows platforms does this actually happen?
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