[Squeakfoundation]Active processes

BYGOTT HENRY KYLE squeakfoundation@lists.squeakfoundation.org
Fri, 10 Aug 2001 17:27:31 -0600 (MDT)

I apoligize to all, I couldn't remember the correct email address and
stumbled upon this one.

On Fri, 10 Aug 2001, Doug Way wrote:
> Henry.Bygott@Colorado.EDU wrote:
> >
> > I have code that sets up a process to work in the backround.  However
> > I get the feeling that when the program crashes it isn't ending its
> > processes, so that when I re-init I get 2 identical processes.  They
> > step on each other's toes and everything goes to hell (At least I
> > think thats whats happening ;).  Is there a way to view all active
> > processes and shut them down (Tried ProcessBrowser open, but
> > ProcessBrowser was unknown).  Better yet, is there a way to close all
> > non-system processes, so that anything that I did gets killed and
> > squeak keeps running?  I'm not sure i'm going to be able to recognize
> > whats a lost process and whats a system process... Thanks in advance,
> >    Kyle
> Actually, you should probably ask this question on the main Squeak (squeak-dev) list, not the SqueakFoundation list.  The foundation list is for discussing foundation-related issues.
> But since I'm already replying... are you running an older version of Squeak?  Squeak 3.0 (and 3.1alpha) both let me do "ProcessBrowser open" and it works.
> - Doug Way
>   dway@riskmetrics.com
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