Quitting interfaces

sage.interfaces.quit.expect_quitall(verbose=False)

EXAMPLES:

sage: sage.interfaces.quit.expect_quitall()
sage: gp.eval('a=10')
'10'
sage: gp('a')
10
sage: sage.interfaces.quit.expect_quitall()
sage: gp('a')
a
sage: sage.interfaces.quit.expect_quitall(verbose=True)
Exiting PARI/GP interpreter with PID ... running .../bin/gp --fast --emacs --quiet --stacksize 10000000
sage.interfaces.quit.invalidate_all()

Invalidate all of the expect interfaces.

This is used, e.g., by the fork-based @parallel decorator.

EXAMPLES:

sage: a = maxima(2); b = gp(3)
sage: a, b
(2, 3)
sage: sage.interfaces.quit.invalidate_all()
sage: a
(invalid Maxima object -- The maxima session in which this object was defined is no longer running.)
sage: b
(invalid PARI/GP interpreter object -- The pari session in which this object was defined is no longer running.)

However the maxima and gp sessions should still work out, though with their state reset:

sage: a = maxima(2); b = gp(3) sage: a, b (2, 3)
sage.interfaces.quit.is_running(pid)

Return True if and only if there is a process with id pid running.

sage.interfaces.quit.kill_spawned_jobs(verbose=False)

INPUT:

  • verbose – bool (default: False); if True, display a message each time a process is sent a kill signal

EXAMPLES:

sage: gp.eval('a=10')
'10'
sage: sage.interfaces.quit.kill_spawned_jobs(verbose=False)
sage: sage.interfaces.quit.expect_quitall()
sage: gp.eval('a=10')
'10'
sage: sage.interfaces.quit.kill_spawned_jobs(verbose=True)
Killing spawned job ...

After doing the above, we do the following to avoid confusion in other doctests:

sage: sage.interfaces.quit.expect_quitall()