On Unix the supervisor sends a
SIGTERM signal to all supervised
processes, and gives them five seconds to quit, before sending a
SIGKILL signal. Then the supervisor itself terminates.
Windows is similar, but instead of
SIGTERM, a console CTRL+C interrupt
is sent first, then a
WM_CLOSE message is sent to the windows of the
supervised processes, if they have windows.
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