It's not simply raising an exception in a thread that I want. I want to raise an exception in a thread from another thread. It's like sending signals to threads, only signals in pyhon can only be delivered to the main thread (for portability). But Python has a other asynchronous signaling system: exceptions.
I'd like to be able to do something like:
for t in threading.enumerate(): thread.raise(MyAppDoesntWantYouAnymoreError)
Is this possible? Are there other ways to do this sort of thing?
Alternatively I might be happy with a fix for issue1856, but I do think it might be nice to be able to signal threads in an asynchronous way in any case.