Issue #3 new

Use thread.interrupt_main()

Floris Bruynooghe avatarFloris Bruynooghe created an issue

When using the thread method pytest-timeout should try to use the thread.interrupt_main() call when a timeout occurs. The benefit is that this would allow py.test to keep running and carry on with the next test instead of simply stopping completely.

The current "thread" method behaviour should be kept available as well since it is the very safe backup option.

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