[IRCServices Coding] DUMPCORE only unhandles SIGSEGV?

Finny Merrill griever at t2n.org
Fri Jul 11 11:26:47 PDT 2003

On Sat, 12 Jul 2003 03:19:34 JST, Andrew Church <achurch at achurch.org> 

> SIGFPE only happens on divide by zero, and in the few places where
> Services divides by a variable the variable is already tested for being
> nonzero.  SIGQUIT is user-generated.  SIGABRT isn't generated at all.
> SIGILL only occurs if your compiler is broken or you run a binary 
> compiled
> for the wrong CPU.

As an alternate way to reply to this, if someone uses SIGQUIT on a process,
it's because they WANT it to dump core (otherwise they would use SIGTERM
or SIGKILL), so why make it do otherwise?