126.96.36.199 Sending signals
To send a signal, you can use
sys-kill which works like
- Function: sys-kill pid sig
Sends a signal sig to the specified process(es). Sig
must be a positive exact integer. pid is an exact integer and
specifies the target process(es):
If pid is positive, it is the target process id.
If pid is zero, the signal is sent to every process in the process
group of the current process.
If pid is less than -1, the signal is sent to every process in
the process group -pid.
There's no Scheme equivalence for
raise(), but you can use
(sys-kill (sys-getpid) sig).
This document was generated
by Ken Dickey on November, 28 2002