[Openmcl-devel] api interrupt

Paul Krueger plkrueger at comcast.net
Tue Jun 10 04:24:09 PDT 2014

command-, should cause a break and you can :pop from there.

On Jun 9, 2014, at 12:54 PM, peter <p2.edoc at gmail.com> wrote:

> In a standard Hemlock API, I occasionally (mistakenly) evaluate some form which returns a very large data structure in the Listener. This bogs down everything as the printer struggles to print the output. To abort or break, I try every key permutation of:
> command, shift, control, meta keys with #\. #\, #\; and #\ c, plus escape key.
> command-w, click listener window close button
> [menu] [tool] (looking for processes to try to abort from there)
> but all efforts are thwarted with beach-balling or apparent indifference.
> What is the preferred/recommended mechanism for interrupting Listener typeout?
> Is there any way to modify the environment so that a listener aborts large output automatically before the whole of ccl goes gaga?
> (whenever I blunder into this issue, I usually have to crash CCL altogether, but sometimes I have unsaved state that I need)
> Advice sought (apologies if I've failed to rtfm with enough intelligence).
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