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sending interrupts (ctrl-c) to the console [message #223662] Tue, 24 July 2007 18:31
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Hi, I am doing development with Mule in eclipse. When I execute a mule
script the mule server runs in the console and opens ports. I have to
shut down the mule server using interrupts (ctrl-c) otherwise it will
not close ports and cause problems with later instances of the server.
This works fine in a regular terminal. However, the eclipse console
does not appear to pass interrupts to things running in it. The only
way I can find to get Mule to shutdown is by using the red stop button
which halts the program without proper shutdown protocol. Does anyone
have a similar problem to this? Any ideas for a fix or work around?
Any help would be greatly appreciated. - Lee
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