10 examples of 'exit python command line' in Python

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304def do_exit(self, line):
305 """ Exit the console """
306 return True
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364def do_quit(self, argv):
365 """
366quit -- quit Komodo
367
368kc quit
369
370 Shutdown Komodo.
371 """
372 # Process options.
373 try:
374 optlist, args = getopt.getopt(argv[1:], "")
375 except getopt.GetoptError, ex:
376 log.error("quit: %s", ex)
377 log.error("quit: try 'kc help quit'")
378 return 1
379 cargs = []
380
381 # Process arguments.
382 if len(args) != 0:
383 log.error("quit: incorrect number of arguments: %s", args)
384 log.error("quit: try 'kc help quit'")
385 return 1
386
387 _ensureKocommandmentsOnPath()
388 import kocommandments
389 try:
390 kocommandments.issue("quit", cargs, gKomodoVer)
391 except kocommandments.KoCommandmentsError, ex:
392 raise KCError(ex)
33def exit_gracefully(*arguments):
34 sys.exit(1)
538def console_entry() -> None:
539 main(sys.argv[1:])
221def _exit(n):
222 _exit_(n)
253@click.command()
254@click.pass_context
255def cli(ctx):
256 ctx.exit(0)
6def main(argv):
7 if len(argv) > 1:
8 sys.exit(1)
36def _run():
37 global __file__
38 import os, sys
39 base = os.environ['RESOURCEPATH']
40
41 sys.frozen = 'macosx_app'
42 sys.frameworks_dir = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(base), 'Frameworks')
43 sys.new_app_bundle = True
44 sys.site_packages = os.path.join(base, 'Python', 'site-packages')
45 sys.binaries_path = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(base), 'MacOS')
46 sys.console_binaries_path = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(base),
47 'console.app', 'Contents', 'MacOS')
48
49 exe = os.environ.get('CALIBRE_LAUNCH_MODULE', 'calibre.gui2.main')
50 exe = os.path.join(base, 'Python', 'site-packages', *exe.split('.'))
51 exe += '.py'
52 sys.argv[0] = __file__ = exe
53 for arg in list(sys.argv[1:]):
54 if arg.startswith('-psn'):
55 sys.argv.remove(arg)
56 execfile(exe, globals(), globals())
25def exit(i=None):
26 raise SystemExit('')
91def do_exit(self, line):
92 """Exit from lvsm shell."""
93 modified = list()
94
95 if self.config['version_control'] in ['git', 'svn']:
96
97 import sourcecontrol
98 args = { 'git_remote': self.config['git_remote'],
99 'git_branch': self.config['git_branch'] }
100
101 scm = sourcecontrol.SourceControl(self.config['version_control'], args)
102
103 # check to see if the files have changed
104 if (self.config['director_config'] and
105 scm.modified(self.config['director_config'])):
106 modified.append(self.config['director_config'])
107
108 if (self.config['firewall_config'] and
109 scm.modified(self.config['firewall_config'])):
110 modified.append(self.config['firewall_config'])
111
112 # If any files are modified ask user if they want to quit
113 if modified:
114 print "The following config file(s) were not committed:"
115 for filename in modified:
116 print filename
117 print
118 while True:
119 answer = raw_input("Do you want to quit? (y/n) ")
120 if answer.lower() == "y":
121 print "goodbye."
122 sys.exit(0)
123 elif answer.lower() == "n":
124 break
125
126 if not modified:
127 print "goodbye."
128 sys.exit(0)

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