Returns a list of the reasons why a Lisp process has stopped.
A list of reasons.
returns a list of the reasons why a Lisp process has stopped. A process is inactive if it has any arrest reasons.
is deprecated. You should use process-stop instead. If you set the arrest reasons of the current process, this causes the current process to stop immediately, before returning from
The immediate stopping behavior of
is different from LispWorks 5.0 and previous versions.
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