SPUG: Dying Children
sthoenna at efn.org
Mon Sep 20 20:07:12 CDT 2004
On Mon, Sep 20, 2004 at 12:47:18PM -0700, Dan Ebert <mathin at mathin.com> wrote:
> You can get around this by calling POSIX::_exit(0). (I know you are not
> supposed to use &_ sub routines from a module :), but this was suggested
> by the Camel book as a way of avoiding the execution of END blocks, so
> what the hell.) It bypasses the destructor processing (and END blocks).
In this case, the _ doesn't indicate a module-private sub, it indicates that
it calls the C _exit function:
The main concern is that file buffers may not be flushed.
I'm curious to know more about the situation you have; are you using glibc?
If so, what version? Are these things being freed objects? Referred to
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