[pypy-issue] [issue969] I want to be able to interrupt the translation process and continue from where it was left the last time

Yaroslav Fedevych tracker at bugs.pypy.org
Tue Dec 20 13:51:24 CET 2011


New submission from Yaroslav Fedevych <jaroslaw.fedewicz at gmail.com>:

This is frustrating that when for some reason the translation must be 
interrupted, it cannot be picked up. Instead, it is restarted, and there go 
another few hours of cranking (I'm on an Atom N270 netbook if that tells 
anything).

It's slow with building PyPy with PyPy, and even much slower when building PyPy 
with CPython.

I wonder if, say, SIGINT could be made to make the translator dump its state and 
restore it when it next starts.

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messages: 3587
nosy: jafd, pypy-issue
priority: wish
release: 1.7
status: unread
title: I want to be able to interrupt the translation process and continue from where it was left the last time

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