Tcl_CancelEval, Tcl_Canceled — cancel Tcl scripts
- Tcl_CancelEval, Tcl_Canceled — cancel Tcl scripts
- #include <tcl.h>
- Tcl_CancelEval(interp, resultObjPtr, clientData, flags)
- Tcl_Canceled(interp, flags)
- FLAG BITS
- SEE ALSO
Tcl_CancelEval(interp, resultObjPtr, clientData, flags)
Tcl_CancelEval cancels or unwinds the script in progress soon after
the next invocation of asynchronous handlers, causing TCL_ERROR to be
the return code for that script. This function is thread-safe and may be
called from any thread in the process.
- Tcl_Interp *interp (in)
Interpreter in which to cancel the script.
- Tcl_Obj *resultObjPtr (in)
Error message to use in the cancellation, or NULL to use a default message. If
not NULL, this object will have its reference count decremented before
- int flags (in)
ORed combination of flag bits that specify additional options.
For Tcl_CancelEval, only TCL_CANCEL_UNWIND is currently
supported. For Tcl_Canceled, only TCL_LEAVE_ERR_MSG and
TCL_CANCEL_UNWIND are currently supported.
- ClientData clientData (in)
Currently reserved for future use.
It should be set to NULL.
Tcl_Canceled checks if the script in progress has been canceled and
returns TCL_ERROR if it has. Otherwise, TCL_OK is returned.
Extensions can use this function to check to see if they should abort a long
running command. This function is thread sensitive and may only be called
from the thread the interpreter was created in.
Any ORed combination of the following values may be used for the
flags argument to procedures such as Tcl_CancelEval:
interp, Tcl_Eval, TIP 285
This flag is used by Tcl_CancelEval and Tcl_Canceled.
For Tcl_CancelEval, if this flag is set, the script in progress
is canceled and the evaluation stack for the interpreter is unwound.
For Tcl_Canceled, if this flag is set, the script in progress
is considered to be canceled only if the evaluation stack for the
interpreter is being unwound.
This flag is only used by Tcl_Canceled; it is ignored by
other procedures. If an error is returned and this bit is set in
flags, then an error message will be left in the interpreter's
result, where it can be retrieved with Tcl_GetObjResult or
Tcl_GetStringResult. If this flag bit is not set then no error
message is left and the interpreter's result will not be modified.
Copyright © 2006-2008 Joe Mistachkin.