[IPython-user] Test results (good?)
Thu Apr 26 14:51:46 CDT 2007
I'm happy. I just wasn't sure if you would be. :D (i.e. I didn't
know what the results were supposed to be).
This is a significant feature in my mind. There have been many times
when I went "Oh crap!, I shouldn't have run that script with that
input", and then I have to decide if it is worth it to just close
IPython altogether or wait it out.
On 4/26/07, Fernando Perez <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 4/25/07, Ryan Krauss <email@example.com> wrote:
> > I just downloaded 0.8.1 and pyreadline 1.4.3.rc1 and tested the Ctrl-C
> > interrupt. I think it worked but don't know how clean an exit I was
> > supposed to get. My script stopped but printed out this:
> Looks good enough :) Basically, since Ctrl-C is by definition
> asynchronous, the only things we can try to provide are:
> 1. Your code actually stops running.
> 2. Python doesn't crash at that point, nor does your session somehow
> get corrupted in a bizarre manner that makes it unusable from that
> point on.
> 3. [bonus] you get a meaningful traceback.
> It seems like you got all 3 :)
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