Changes between Version 22 and Version 23 of Ticket #9678


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11/14/10 17:33:27 (10 years ago)
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  • Ticket #9678

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  • Ticket #9678 – Description

    v22 v23  
    88 * '''DONE''': allow {{{sig_on()}}} and {{{sig_off()}}} to be nested.
    99 * '''IN PROGRESS''': implement {{{sig_retry()}}} for retrying failed computations (this is useful for PARI, see #10018).
    10  * have an interface for more general errors which are not signals.
     10 * '''todo''': have an interface for more general errors which are not signals.
    1111 * '''DONE''': clean up old, unused code.
    1212 * '''IN PROGRESS''': testing interrupt handling: #10030.
    13  * '''IN PROGRESS''': fix breakage because of this patch: #10061.
     13 * '''DONE''': fix breakage because of this patch: #10061.
    1414 * '''IN PROGRESS''': documentation: #10109.
    15  * Block interrupts during malloc: #10258.
     15 * '''todo''': Block interrupts during malloc: #10258.
    1616 * '''DONE''': eliminate race condition when a SIGINT arrives before {{{sig_on()}}} or during {{{sig_on()}}}.
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    18 Other related tickets:
     18Other potentially related tickets:
    1919 * #800 (make _sig_on and _sig_off faster when stacked)
    2020 * #9640 (Change PARI error catching mechanism)
     
    2323 * #7794 ({{{PolynomialRing_integral_domain}}} ignores Ctrl-C and segfaults)
    2424 * #5313 (patch singular so that when it runs out of memory the error message says "singular" in it)
     25 * #7702 (Handle interrupts better in the notebook)
     26 * #9163 (Doctest error in expect.py on Cygwin and OS X)
    2527 * #3423 (Make Pari error messages more informative)
    2628 * #10126 (Fix error handing in Matrix_rational_dense._invert_pari())
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    2830Patch chain: #9893, #9345, '''#9678''', #10061, #10258, #10030, #10018, #9640
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     32All patches in this chain up to #10030 must be applied before all doctests will pass.  These tickets are "logically" separated, but some functionality might depend on other tickets.