Right now, ecl when its booted makes a thread that waits on read, but does not accept any input, however it will once I use SIGINTR or some error happens. Now, what I would want it to not wait and block on read, but instead act as repl, so while my program can do whatever it wants on its own, it can be debugged on the fly.
On Fri, Nov 2, 2012 at 12:26 AM, Peter Enerccio <email@example.com> wrote:I am sorry I do not totally follow what you want to do
Is it possible to have repl not block and wait for error instead being available during the runtime of application?
Right now, I have something similar made artificially but there are numerous errors when error actually happens in the stuff I evaluated.
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