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  1. Zeppelin
  2. ZEPPELIN-893

(Windows) Python interpreter : Support interrupt with Ms Windows

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    • Type: Improvement
    • Status: Open
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Affects Version/s: 0.6.0
    • Fix Version/s: 0.8.0
    • Component/s: python-interpreter
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    • Environment:

      Microsoft Windows only

      Description

      Currently with the Python interpreter, calling from the webUI "interrupt" during a paragraph execution is only supported in Linux and MacOs.

      If you call interrupt in Ms Windows the entire interpreter will be closed and therefore you will loose all our variable assignement...

      The following Stack Overflow post could be a good starting way to find a solution : http://stackoverflow.com/questions/813086/can-i-send-a-ctrl-c-sigint-to-an-application-on-windows

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          1ambda Hoon Park added a comment -

          Linked to ZEPPELIN-2440 (platform compatibility issue)

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          1ambda Hoon Park added a comment - Linked to ZEPPELIN-2440 (platform compatibility issue)
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          stolsvik Endre Stølsvik added a comment -

          Just wanted to comment that Jupyter Notebook does this, also on Windows. And AFAIK, the python interpreter processes ("kernels") runs in separate processes. Which would imply that Jupyter must have some way to do just this.

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          stolsvik Endre Stølsvik added a comment - Just wanted to comment that Jupyter Notebook does this, also on Windows. And AFAIK, the python interpreter processes ("kernels") runs in separate processes. Which would imply that Jupyter must have some way to do just this.

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            • Assignee:
              bzz Alexander Bezzubov
              Reporter:
              hriviere Hervé RIVIERE
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