SIGINT signal to process-object.
SIGKILL signal to the process-object.
Note that the functions
also send signals to the subprocess.
Send the signal signal to the process process; if whole-group is true the signal is also sent to all processes in the process group of process.
process may be either a Lisp process object, or an integer defining the pid of the process to signal (not necessarily started by Librep).
signal may either be an integer defining the actual signal
number, or a symbol naming the signal. All names are as usual but with
SIG removed, for example the
would be sent by using the symbol
INT. If a named signal doesn’t
exist on the current operating system, an error is raised.
Returns true if the signal was sent successfully.
As with the UNIX
kill system call,
also be used to test whether a process with a particular pid is
currently active, by using a signal with value zero.