Problem and Congratulations
John M McIntosh
johnmci at smalltalkconsulting.com
Wed Apr 10 22:52:13 UTC 2002
>Ned Konz wrote:
>> On Wednesday 10 April 2002 01:44 pm, Charles Hixson wrote:
>> > Request: How do I break a Squeak program caught in this kind of
>> > loop? In this case killing the program didn't cause me any harm,
>> > but in other cases ....
>> Did Alt-. work at all?
>> I've wanted to have a way to break into the Emergency Evaluator from
>> time to time; I've thought that I could make Shift-Alt-. do this. Of
>> course, then you need good things you can say to the Emergency
>That would be nice to have shift-alt-. or some other key combination
>bring up the emergency evaluator. (Doesn't VisualWorks support
>something like this?)
Ah, if you visit
"Wait for user interrupts and open a notifier on the active
process when one occurs."
[true] whileTrue: [
Display deferUpdates: false.
Smalltalk at: #SoundPlayer ifPresent: [:theClass |
Then you could do something different if the shift key was down?
Perhaps in handleUserInterrupt of course...
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