Common LispWorks User Guide, Liquid Common Lisp Version 5.0
16 The Process Browser Each individual window in the Lisp environment runs as a lightweight process of the original UNIX process that started the image. The process browser gives you control over these lightweight processes. To create a process browser, choose Works > Tools > Process Browser from any window. Note that you cannot control the GC monitor from the process browser, since this runs as a separate UNIX process.
Figure 16.1 Process browser
The process browser consists of a main area in which all the current processes in the environment are listed, and a Filter area which you can use to restrict the information displayed in the main area.
Like other filter areas in the environment, type a string in the Filter area and press Return to limit the display to only those items which contain the string. See Section 3.12 on page 49 for details on using the Filter area.
- 16.1 - Sorting the output
- 16.2 - Process control
- 16.3 - Other ways of breaking processes
Common LispWorks User Guide, Liquid Common Lisp Version 5.0 - 18 OCT 1996
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