The method TestLib.Child.sendStopXXX doesn't check that the STOP signal was
delivered (which is why it was re-named from assertSendStop - having assert in
the name does imply that it asserts something!).
The method needs to, somehow or other confirm signal delivery as otherwize
there's a race between sending that signal and any follow-on testing relying on
the signal being delivered.
Also, I assume this only works on detached threads.
January 12, 2007
* TestProcStopped.java (stopped): Updated name change from sendStopXXX
* TestLib.java (AckProcess.assertSendStop): Renamed from sendStopXXX. Now
ensures that the process is in state 'T'. Bug #3473