include module type of Core.Std.Signal with type t = Core.Std.Signal.t
val handle_default : [ `Do_not_use_with_async ] -> 'a
We override values from Core.Std.Signal that we don't want people to use with Async.
val ignore : [ `Do_not_use_with_async ] -> 'a
val set : [ `Do_not_use_with_async ] -> 'a -> 'b
val signal : [ `Do_not_use_with_async ] -> 'a -> 'b
val handle : ?stop:unit Import.Deferred.t -> t list -> f:(t -> unit) -> unit
handle ?stop signals ~f arranges so that whenever a signal in signals is delivered, f is called on that signal. If f raises, then an exception will be raised to the monitor in effect when handle was called.

Multiple calls to handle with the same signal will cause all the handlers to run when that signal is delivered, not just the last handler from the last call to handle.

The first time handle is called for a signal, it will install a C signal handler for that signal, which will replace the existing C signal handler for that signal.

val terminating : t list
terminating is a list of signals that can be supplied to handle and whose default behavior is to terminate the program: alrm hup int term usr1 usr2.

Various signals whose default_sys_behavior is `Terminate are not included:

| kill | it's not allowed to be handled | | pipe | Async already ignores this signal, since it handles EPIPE | | prof | so that we can profile things with -p | | vtalrm | it already has a handler |

val is_managed_by_async : t -> bool
is_managed_by_async signal returns true iff signal is being managed by Async, and hence its default behavior is no longer in effect.