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On Mar 14, 2014, at 6:39 AM, Coroutines <> wrote:

> Responding to your reply and Luiz':
> - I could wrap os.exit() but the wrapper would only be assigned over
> the original os.exit() potentially after libraries that reference the
> original os.exit() have been require'd in.  That said I do agree with
> the default-no-cleanup, 2nd parameter to os.exit().
> - Other things to consider that might get left around after process
> cleanup/exit would be things like shared memory segments.
> Okay I'm done, was just interested in this post :-)

I’m not entirely sure I would ever trust using ANY library that called os.exit() underneath me without warning.