[Openmcl-devel] (#_ _exit 0) on triple EOD
R. Matthew Emerson
rme at clozure.com
Mon May 11 00:19:10 UTC 2009
On May 10, 2009, at 4:56 PM, Leslie P. Polzer wrote:
> This seems a bit crude; there are multiple ways that CCL may exit,
> but this way the user application cannot easily (portably)
> set up hooks for it.
> I seems as if triple EOD was meant to be an emergency exit, but
> personally I use it all the time as a convenient manner of
> quitting, which is also in line with EOD's usual connotations.
> FWIW, SBCL handles EOD gracefully (calling its exit hooks)
> and instead provides a :RECKLESSLY-P arg to its QUIT function
> that makes it possible to force an immediate exit.
If you like to use ^D as a way to quit the lisp, you can do that by
setting ccl:*quit-on-eof* to T in your ccl-init.lisp file.
The "quit on triple eof" is there to try to keep this lisp from going
berserk in certain circumstances; see
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