Ville M. Vainio
Mon Dec 3 04:07:11 CST 2007
On Dec 3, 2007 11:50 AM, Laurent Dufréchou <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Yep I can easily remove the old shell.
Ok, do that then :-).
> I'll take a look at the os.kill command.
> I've tried:
> But in this case all resource are taken by the ipython execution and I can't
> launch ctrl+c :).
Yes, I wasn't thinking of interrupting python code with os.kill. I was
thinking of terminating external (system) processes. To interrupt
python execution, you could send SIGTERM to the process, perhaps?
(unless wx eats it up...)
> Perhaps a good way is to launch ipython in a other thread???
> How have you done this in your command shell?
Running the IPython in other thread is more up the alley of IPython1...
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