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You can do M-x ess-interrupt.


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Sorry not sure how to paste this as a comment, this works for ESS: (defun my-interrupt-ess-buffer-process () "Send a SIGINT to script's iESS process." (interactive) (signal-process (ess-get-process-buffer) 'sigint))


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You'll need to write your own function for doing this. You'll want to read up on the functions get-buffer-process and signal-process to learn about how to send the right signal to the ESS process. Here is an example: An interactive function that sends a SIGINT to a buffer of your choosing. You can modify this function to target whatever ESS buffer you ...


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