Fri, 17 Dec 93 11:09:28 PST
> > Soooo, what I propose is a command line switch for python that will block
> > (not ignore) the interrupt signal (SIGINT) until the interpreter detects
> > a
> > try:except: that handles KeyboardInterrupt or by means of a special
> > keyword
> > or function, whatever is feasible.
> Sounds like a case for signal handling. I believe Lance Ellinghouse
> has a half-finished signal module. How about it, Lance?
> --Guido van Rossum, CWI, Amsterdam <Guido.van.Rossum@cwi.nl>
Yes I have a half-finished signal module that will allow you to set up
signal handlers for any signal raised. I hope to get it finished (if time
permits) before end of Janurary.
Lance Ellinghouse email@example.com
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