[zope2-tracker] [Bug 833505] Re: in Script (Python) raised KeyboardInterrupt stops process

Hanno Schlichting hanno at hannosch.eu
Sat Aug 27 11:51:16 EDT 2011

How do you produce a KeyboardInterrupt inside a Python script?

Can someone do this who doesn't run the process on the console and sends
Crtl-C on the console? For the console use-case I'd say no code should
stop a KeyboardInterrupt and always let that stop the process.

If you put a "raise KeyboardInterrupt" on purpose inside your Python
script, that should probably also work. Python scripts only protect you
against accidental mistakes - you can always kill a process in some way
if you really want to - like writing infinite loops or consuming all

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