[IPython-user] win32: ctrl + break exits IPython immediately

Thomas Heller theller@ctypes....
Fri Sep 7 13:03:41 CDT 2007

Fernando Perez schrieb:
> On 9/7/07, Ville M. Vainio <vivainio@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I think this issue appeared with my new work computer (py 2.5.1,
>> winxp). Ctrl + c is an ok keyboardinterrupt, ctrl + break exits
>> IPython immediately with no crash reports or anything.
>> Please try it on your win32 box and report back.
> I don't really know win32 signals, but it may be akin to a 'kill -9'
> under *nix, which is also uncatchable.  If that's the case, there's
> really nothing we can do, since that signal (the -9 under *nix) is
> directly handled by the OS kernel, without giving the process a chance
> to do anything at all.

I think that the SetConsoleCtrlHandler function should be able to catch ctrl + break,
but I cannot currently get it to work.



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