[Seaside] Re: Seaside + Pharo: Someway to set a timeout?

Paul DeBruicker pdebruic at gmail.com
Mon Feb 2 17:35:22 UTC 2015

Not sure about a timeout, but you can hit

right alt + .   (or right cmd + . )

to break into whatever process has locked up the UI and stop it so you can
undo the change that started the unending process.

David Carlos Manuelda wrote
> When you are investing time into testing seaside and pharo, if you are not 
> an expert, like me, you usually run examples, change and implement new 
> things and so.
> The problem is that, it happened to me more than 1 time, that in a test, 
> pharo, or seaside, completelly hangs and became unresponsive.
> In that case, all the work is lost and it is frustrating :(
> Anyway to configure pharo and/or seaside to have a maximum time for being 
> busy and forcedly end the non ending task after a timeout or something 
> similar?
> I appreciate any hints on this.
> Thanks
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