2011/6/27 Chris Clark <Chris.Clark@ingres.com>
I've an odd issue where:
* Using the standalone jar file with 2.5.1 and then using CTRL-C to
interrupt a running script (small cherrypy app) works.
* Using the standalone jar file with 2.5.2 and then using CTRL-C to
interrupt a running script doesn't work.
NOTE I get similar behavior with a "normal" jython installation too
(with the jython wrapper script)
I'm happy with the 2.5.1 behavior :-)
Any ideas? I've seen http://bugs.jython.org/issue1313 but this doesn't
seem quite the same. Using Java 1.6 under Windows (not tried anything
else yet, if I was to see this under Unix I'd just ctrl-\, under Windows
I'm resorting to the task manager and performing a kill that way).
I'll probably stick with 2.5.1 for deployments for now (and dev with 2.5.2).
I have on OpenSuse 11.4 with Java 1.6.0_26 from Oracle and I don't have this problem with Jython 2.5.2. Ctrl-C works well for me.