[erlang-questions] Prompting before closing shell

Ludovic Coquelle <>
Wed Mar 7 12:24:03 CET 2007


I don't know the answer to your question ... but I would probably do
something like:
- running the server in a dedicated named shell
- open a new shell for the user to communicate with the server shell when
needed
oh ... maybe I didn't understood your problem ;)

On 3/7/07, Surindar Sivanesan <> wrote:
>
> Dear all,
> The question might be silly.
> We have developed a server application in erlang that need to be run
> throughout the day.
> We are using Windows Server 2003 as server. If we are closing the erlang
> shell which is running in the server, it will not give any warning message.
> Is it possible to give a warning message before closing the erlang shell?
> Your inputs are welcome.
> Thanks in advance.
>
> --
> with regards,
> S.Surindar
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