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Python Python Testing Covering Your Bases HTML Reports

Keyboard Interrupt not working?

During this video we run the python -m http.server to view the coverage html that's generated, but for some reason, my keyboard interrupt isn't working to kill the server when we generate the new report. I haven't found any consistent answers why this might be the case. For now, I'm just killing the process manually, but I am curious if anyone has any ideas or suggestions for how I can sort this out.

1 Answer

control + c works for me.

Yeah, it's working for me now, too. I'm assuming it was an issue with my OS at the time, which has been resolved after other factors forced me to do a clean install. Thanks for the input though.