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jlinker-end

Arguments: &key wait server lisp-file lisp-port verbose error-p

The function was modified (by the addition of the error-p keyword argument and the resulting changes in handling errors) in jlinker version 3.2.4 released as patch jlinker.001 around Dec. 6, 2002. The currently running version is returned by the function jlinker-version, with a call like (javatools.jlinker:jlinker-version). Get the patch for the new version with sys:update-allegro.

This function ends a connection.

If lisp-port is non-nil, the lisp-file argument is ignored; the function attempts to stop advertising at the given port. If port is nil but lisp-file is non-nil, then the function attempts to stop advertising at the port specified in the file. If the wait argument is nil, the function returns before the attempts are completed but the attempts continue.

If the wait argument is non-nil (the default) or if the lisp-port or lisp-file arguments are omitted, then this function attempts to close down a connection between Lisp and Java. If a graceful disconnect fails, the connection is aborted unilaterally. If the wait argument is nil, return while attempted disconnects are going on, otherwise return only when the connection is shut down completely.

It is important to call jlinker-end before calling jlinker-init again even if the connection appears to be broken already.

The following keyword arguments alter the behavior jlinker-end:

jlinker-end returns one of the following values:

See jlinker.htm for more information on the jLinker facility.


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