[Rd] Ignore user interrupts
chuck at sharpsteen.net
Mon Jan 23 17:46:54 CET 2012
Is there a way to suspend user interrupts for the duration of a function
call? There is a point in one of my packages where values are being written
to a Filehash database. If the user is unlucky enough to send an interrupt
while this code is active, then they have to:
- Hunt down a lock file and dispose of it before the package will work
- Possibly trash the Filehash database and start over if the interrupt
caused R to leave the database file in a corrupted state.
Is there something analogous to the C macros
BEGIN_SUSPEND_INTERRUPTS/END_SUSPEND_INTERRUPTS that I can use at the R
level to delay interrupts until after critical code has executed?
If not, would it work to move the function call into a C function that uses
`eval` inside a block protected by BEGIN_SUSPEND_INTERRUPTS?
Undergraduate-- Environmental Resources Engineering
Humboldt State University
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