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Re: SIGHUP delivered on Windowsby BrowserUk (Patriarch)
|on May 21, 2013 at 13:11 UTC ( #1034530=note: print w/replies, xml )||Need Help??|
I found indeed 1 case where SIGHUP seems to be generated.
I've never heard of SIGHUP ever being generated on windows, nor can I reproduce it.
And if you trace the guts snippet you posted through, you'll find that do_raise() effectively return false for SIGCLD & SIGCHLD and true otherwise; and when it returns true, (as it will for the CTRL_CLOSE_EVENT|), sig_terminate() simple calls exit(sig) with sig == 1.
Basically, I don't think that there is any way perl on windows will ever receive or trap a SIGHUP, so any message you get to that effect must be a mistaken user message.
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