Class: Byebug::KillCommand

Inherits:
Command
  • Object
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Defined in:
lib/byebug/commands/kill.rb

Overview

Send custom signals to the debugged program.

Class Method Summary collapse

Instance Method Summary collapse

Methods inherited from Command

commands, find, format_subcmd, format_subcmds, help, inherited, #initialize, #match

Methods included from StringFunctions

#camelize, #prettify

Methods included from FileFunctions

#get_line, #get_lines, #n_lines, #normalize

Methods included from ParseFunctions

#get_int, #parse_steps, #syntax_valid?

Constructor Details

This class inherits a constructor from Byebug::Command

Class Method Details

.descriptionObject


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# File 'lib/byebug/commands/kill.rb', line 35

def description
  prettify <<-EOD
    kill[ SIGNAL]

    Send [signal] to Process.pid
    Equivalent of Process.kill(Process.pid)
  EOD
end

.namesObject


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# File 'lib/byebug/commands/kill.rb', line 31

def names
  %w(kill)
end

Instance Method Details

#executeObject


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# File 'lib/byebug/commands/kill.rb', line 14

def execute
  if @match[1]
    signame = @match[1]
    unless Signal.list.member?(signame)
      errmsg("signal name #{signame} is not a signal I know about\n")
      return false
    end
    @state.interface.close if 'KILL' == signame
  else
    return unless confirm('Really kill? (y/n) ')
    signame = 'KILL'
  end

  Process.kill(signame, Process.pid)
end

#regexpObject


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# File 'lib/byebug/commands/kill.rb', line 10

def regexp
  /^\s* (?:kill) \s* (?:\s+(\S+))? \s*$/x
end