atexit

What's the best way to register a function to run during an unexpected exit of a Rust program?

I'm creating a terminal text editor in Rust. The editor puts the terminal into raw mode, disabling character echoing and the like, and then restores the original terminal function upon exit. However, the editor has some bugs, and crashes unexpectedly every now and again due to issues like unsigned...

Order between destruction of global object and atexit in C++

I wonder that can sure order between destruction of global object and atexit in C++ I have a global object and register atexit function like below: static MyClass g_class; void onExit() { // do some destruction } int main() { atexit(onExit); return 0; } I've found onExit() is invoked before MyClass:...

f90wrap on Windows (Python wrapper for Fortran 90)

I've got a Python program that calls Fortran routines. These Fortran routines are wrapped with f90wrap ( https://github.com/jameskermode/f90wrap ), and I've verified that the setup works correctly on Linux and Mac OSX. I'm now trying to get the setup to work equally well on Windows (because I...

Python Multiprocessing atexit Error “Error in atexit._run_exitfuncs”

I am trying to run a simple multiple processes application in Python. The main thread spawns 1 to N processes and waits until they all done processing. The processes each run an infinite loop, so they can potentially run forever without some user interruption, so I put in some code to handle a...

python 2.6.x theading / signals /atexit fail on some versions?

I've seen a lot of questions related to this... but my code works on python 2.6.2 and fails to work on python 2.6.5. Am I wrong in thinking that the whole atexit "functions registered via this module are not called when the program is killed by a signal" thing shouldn't count here because I'm...