Is there a way to interrupt Python?
mwh21 at cam.ac.uk
Fri Mar 17 15:30:40 CET 2000
Alex Farber <farber at cpan.org> writes:
> Michael Hudson wrote:
> > Alex Farber <farber at cpan.org> writes:
> > > is there a way to interrupt Python when it is executing
> > > PyEval_EValCode() or PyRun_*() in an embedding application?
> > >
> > > I would like to be able to stop it by pressing CTRL-C. Maybe
> > > there is a flag or some thread ref. which I could kill somehow?
> > Getting a SIGINT sent to the process *should* work, ie. pressing
> > ctrl-C should work.
> thanks for your reply. Yes, CTRL-C works - my program exits.
> The problem is that it is the same process. So I am looking
> for a way to interrupt PyEval_EValCode() or PyRun_*()
Catch KeyboardInterrupt exceptions then. Does Python install it's
usual signal handlers when it's embedded inside another app? Can it
be made to?
I can't see how you're going to do this w/o signals, so you might as
well use SIGINT.
Hmm, you might want to look at PyOS_InitInterrupts ...
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