On 10/22/05, Chuck Esterbrook <chuck.esterbrook@...> wrote:
> On 10/21/05, Chuck Esterbrook <chuck.esterbrook@...> wrote:
> > On 10/21/05, Christoph Zwerschke <cito@...> wrote:
> > > I really would like to go for the 0.9 release now.
> > [snip]
> > I support this and will put in some testing tomorrow (Saturday).
> > -Chuck
> I've completed my testing. I fixed a bug in MiddleKit and checked in a
> few other tweaks. I then banged on one of my applications and had zero
> problems. Looks good to me,
Woops. I spoke too soon. Under my old Webware workspace, which could
be several weeks old or older, hitting Ctrl-C to stop the app server
worked fine (I do this when developing, not in production):
Listening for Adapter on ('127.0.0.1', 8086)
Listening for HTTP on ('127.0.0.1', 8080)
Ready (0.56 seconds after launch).
Shutdown Called Sat Oct 22 16:48:13 2005
ThreadedAppServer: Shutting Down
Stopping AutoReload Monitor
Autoreload Monitor stopped
Shutting down the AppServer
Application is Shutting Down
Application has been succesfully shutdown.
AppServer has been shutdown
Terminate batch job (Y/N)? y
In the new workspace there are 2 problems. The output isn't nearly as
friendly and my command window is completely frozen. Additional ^C and
Break have no effect and I cannot get the prompt back. I have to close
App server has been signaled to shutdown.
Shutting down at Sat Oct 22 16:45:57 2005
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "Launch.py", line 35, in ?
File "Launch.py", line 31, in main
WebKit.Launch.launchWebKit(args, appWorkPath, args[2:])
File "C:\All\echuck\Work\NetEventsStudio\rundir\Launch.py", line
133, in launchWebKit
File ".\WebKit\ThreadedAppServer.py", line 974, in main
File ".\WebKit\ThreadedAppServer.py", line 857, in run
File ".\WebKit\DebugAppServer.py", line 92, in mainloop
File ".\WebKit\ThreadedAppServer.py", line 219, in mainloop
File ".\WebKit\ThreadedAppServer.py", line 903, in shutDown
*** TOTAL FREEZE AT THIS POINT ***
Isn't that a weird looking traceback too?
This is on WinXP Pro with Python 2.4. I have tried on Linux yet.
I'm out of time for this today, but we should resolve this before
cutting 0.9rc1. Has anybody made any changes in the past few months
that might relate to this?