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Is this a bug in multiprocessing or in my script?

Jesse Noller
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On Aug 5, 4:41*pm, sturlamolden <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
> On 5 Aug, 22:28, Jesse Noller <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
> >

> > In the future please use the bug tracker to file and track bugs with,
> > so things are not as lossy.

> Ok, sorry
> Also see Piet's comment here. He has a valid case against sys.exit in
> some cases. Thus it appears that both ways of shutting down child
> processes might be dangerous: If we don't want buffers to flush we
> have to use os._exit. If we want clean-up code to execute we have to
> use sys.exit. If we want both we are screwed.

Comments around this bug should go in the bug report - again, so we
don't loose them. I do not personally subscribe to this group , so
it's very easy to miss things.

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