routine signal

Documentation for routine signal, assembled from the following types:

class Kernel

From Kernel

(Kernel) method signal

Instance method returning the Signal for a given name for the Kernel object.

class Proc

From Proc

(Proc) method signal

method signal(Proc:D:)

Returns the signal number with which the external process was killed, or 0 or an undefined value otherwise.

class Supply

From Supply

(Supply) sub signal

sub signal(*@signals:$scheduler = $*SCHEDULER)

Creates a supply for the Signal enums (such as SIGINT) specified, and an optional :scheduler parameter. Any signals received, will be emitted on the supply. For example:

signal(SIGINT).tap{ say "Thank you for your attention"exit 0 } );

would catch Control-C, thank you, and then exit.

To go from a signal number to a Signal, you can do something like this:

signal(Signal(2)).tap-> $sig { say "Received signal: $sig" } );

The list of supported signals can be found by checking Signal::.keys (as you would any enum). For more details on how enums work see enum.

Note: Currently Rakudo has a bug which makes it use numeric values of signals that may be incorrect for a particular system. For example, Signal(10) may return SIGBUS even if it is actually SIGUSR1 on your system. RT #132012