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Killing a python thread with a signal

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So I've created a thread with the threading.Thread class, but I want to
be able to kill this thread because it does a select() with a timeout of
None.

Is there any way to send a signal only to this thread and wake it up
from the select?

Thanks.

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James Lamanna
Jul 18 '05 #1
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