FAQ
pykill32 is a small library that enable developers and users on Windows
2000/XP to send signals to a Python process.

It emulates the POSIX kill.
There is also a script, kill.py, with a minimal emulation of POSIX kill(1).

And a simple dumpbin.py script that list all modules (DLL) loaded by a
process.

pykill32 works by creating a thread on the *remote* process
(CreateRemoteThread) that calls the raise procedure from the MSVCR71 module.

It just works fine for Twisted processes.


The library can be found on:
http://developer.berlios.de/projects/pykill32/

and via SVN:
http://svn.berlios.de/svnroot/repos/pykill32/trunk


Regards Manlio Perillo

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