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SubjectRe: Never mind. Re: Signal left blocked after signal handler.
Linus Torvalds wrote:
> I personally think it is "good taste" to actually set the SA_NODEFER flag
> if you know you depend on the behaviour, but if there are lots of existing
> applications that actually depend on the "forced punch-through" behaviour,
> then I'll obviously have to change the 2.6.x behaviour (a stable
> user-level ABI is a lot more important than my personal preferences).

I also have a program which depends on the behaviour of nesting
SIGSEGVs, however luckily I already set the SA_NODEFER flag :)

-- Jamie
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