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From "David D'Antonio" <...@individual.com>
Subject RE: win32: reason for inactive service taking 60s to shutdown
Date Tue, 30 Dec 1997 19:08:43 GMT
On Tuesday, December 30, 1997 2:49 AM, Marc Slemko [SMTP:marcs@worldgate.com] 
wrote:
> I like the windows manual:
>
>   Note SIGINT is not supported for any Win32 application including Windows
>   NT and Windows 95. When a CTRL+C interrupt occurs, Win32 operating systems
>   generate a new thread to specifically handle that interrupt. This can
>   cause a single-thread application such as UNIX, to become multithreaded,
>   resulting in unexpected behavior.
>
> I wasn't aware UNIX was a single-thread application.

All those legacy apps are single-threaded. Didn't you know that MS
invented threads for Win32?? :-)

DDA

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