>>>>> "S" == Sean Chittenden <sean-ruby-talk / chittenden.org> writes:

S>      return to a no longer existent stack frame.  Be careful, also, to call
S>      _exit(2) rather than exit(3) if you can't execve(2), since exit(3) will
S>      flush and close standard I/O channels, and thereby mess up the parent

 ruby call _exit(2), this is the first thing that I've verified :-)


Guy Decoux