>>>>> "t" == ts  <decoux / moulon.inra.fr> writes:

t>  Well, personnaly I think that methods which use a thread *must* test if this
t>  thread is alive, i.e. replace rb_thread_check() with
t>  rb_thread_check_alive() except when ruby can handle this case like in 
t>  rb_thread_join_m(), rb_thread_check(), ...
                        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

 it's rb_thread_kill()

 Sorry

Guy Decoux