Aborts the current command.
Esc in KDE/Gnome editor emulation) can either be used to abandon a command which has been partially typed in, or to abort the command which is currently running.
Note that, unlike most of the keys described in this manual, this cannot be changed via
editor:bind-key. Instead, use editor:set-interrupt-keys if you wish to change this.
Chooses a process that is useful to break, and breaks it.
Note that you cannot use
Escape in place of
Meta. As there are many different types of keyboard, if it is not possible to assert which is the
Meta key on your keyboard, it may be marked with a special character, such as a diamond, or it may be one of the function keys -- try
Meta+Ctrl+C applies to both GTK+ and Motif. If your keyboard has the
Break key, then you can also use this alternate break gesture. The key sequence can be configured using
The process to break is chosen as follows:
"Interface break" depends on the interface. For an interface that has another process, notably the Listener with its REPL, it breaks that other process. For most interfaces, in the LispWorks IDE it starts the Process Browser, otherwise just it breaks the interface's process.
LispWorks Editor User Guide (Unix version) - 9 Dec 2014