elpy-mode is activated upon visiting a python file, I see a
py.exe executable start, with a subtree of processes. This should be the remote procedure call (thanks @al0 for the explanation). It's what Elpy uses to check syntax, documentation, etc. Just to be clear I'm not speaking of the Python interpreter, started with
After I kill the buffer with the python code and
elpy-mode, I see that the spanned RPC process and its tree are still alive. This happens even if I don't have any buffers, open or buried, with
I don't quite see the point of the RPC remaining alive. Is this by design? Is there a command or function to kill it? At the moment I must open the task manager to kill it.