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Handle user abort inside of a CGI-script

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I use Python mostly for CGI (Apache). And now I habe a problem: How
can I handle the situation if a user clicks on "abort" in the browser?
It seems that a CGI-script is NOT stopped at this point. Is there any
signal send to the CGI-process if the user clicks on "abort"?
Thank you.
Best regards

Jul 18 '05 #1
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