[IPython-dev] Fwd: wxPython console

Emmanuel Bacry emmanuel.bacry at polytechnique.fr
Mon Apr 9 15:29:13 EDT 2012

No, I don't understand.

I just type

ipython qtconsole

and then in the console I execute any function that takes time and whenever I ctrl-C I have a dialog asking me whether I want to restart the kernel and i I say no, nothing happens ???


> On 9 April 2012 19:43, Emmanuel Bacry <emmanuel.bacry at polytechnique.fr> wrote:
>> is there a way to interrupt the execution of a command without restarting the whole kernel ??
>> A simple ctrl-c does that on ipython in a terminal window.
> Ctrl-C should work the same way in the Qt console (at least for a
> local kernel that the frontend 'owns'). I've just tested this on my
> own machine. But it's possible that the integration with a GUI event
> loop interferes with catching the interrupt.
> Thomas
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