Bug in touchForeignPtr?
k.schupke at imperial.ac.uk
Mon Nov 22 14:00:57 EST 2004
Glynn Clements wrote:
>"C exit routines" aren't responsible for freeing OS resources; the OS
>The fact that the SysV IPC objects aren't freed on exit is
>intentional; they are meant to be persistent. For the same reason, the
>OS doesn't delete upon termination any files which the process
Right, which is why if you want to clean up temporary files, or
temporary semaphores the OS doesn't do it for you, and you
need to put some routine inplace to do it (using at_exit)... It
seems this is the only way to guarantee something gets run when
a program exits for whatever reason.
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