[IPython-user] how to kill embedded ipython
Tue Jul 31 02:04:40 CDT 2007
I don't use win32 at present.
I decided to get around screwy terminal by running my program under screen
This works for me because I wanted to use IPython to monitor long-running
processes/daemons, thus I had screen in mind from the start.
On 7/30/07, Fernando Perez <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 7/30/07, dima Q <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Hi
> > I'm trying to add ipython to a program where interactive interface is a
> > small part - I use it mostly for debugging. I want to be able to add
> > in such a way that when the program decides to exit (due to gui action
> > network conditions), interactive interface exits too. I have ipython
> > in another thread.
> > branch 1:
> > I found a function shell.IP.exit(), and setting conirm_exit=False,
> > however when I do these, ipython thread waits in readline()
> > before actually exiting
> > branch 2:
> > I set threading.Thread.setDaemon (True) on the thread where I run
> > however when thread program exits terminal is left in a broken state by
> > readline
> > Any suggestions how I could implement what I want here?
> Honestly I don't know. I do know that readline is finicky with
> threads, because in the past there have been thread-related bugs in
> the core readline module (discovered by ipython users, in fact).
> Those bugs were fixed long ago, but I mention it because it means that
> readline and threads aren't necessarily a trivial mix.
> However, if you figure out a clean solution, by all means let us know,
> and even better, post it on the cookbook:
> I'm sure others would find the information useful.
> As Ville said, it's possible that under Win32 something better could
> be done, since we have full control over readline there. But on POSIX
> where we ride on Python's readline, I just don't know, sorry.
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