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I'm using vim-rspec on a mac with macvim and iterm. I'm using this command to clear the iTerm screen and run the test in iTerm.

let g:rspec_command = "clear && rspec {spec}"
let g:rspec_runner = "os_x_iterm"

I wanted to know what will be the command to interrupt the current process like with Ctrl+c. I've try ^\Quit && clear && rspec {spec} but I get zsh: substitution failed.

Any ideas?

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    If I understand your question correctly, you would like to stop the rspec process from within Vim. Am I correct? – Martin Tournoij Feb 1 '16 at 11:04
  • thanks @Carpetsmoker. My rspec test are run in the iTerm window it is a separate one from Macvim. I would like to stop rspec or any process that happen in the iTerm window. Maybe I can run a kill 'rspec_process' && clear && rspec {spec} – Mio Feb 1 '16 at 11:26
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    You can probably use pkill or killall to kill it: e.g. :!pkill rspec. This will kill all rspec processes, but this is probably not an issue. This should also close the terminal window, as the process running inside of it is now finished. You can then restart it by using :call RunAllSpecs() (or one of the other functions) again. – Martin Tournoij Feb 1 '16 at 14:18
  • Thanks a lot Carpetsmoker. I found an answer and will publish what ?I've found – Mio Feb 1 '16 at 14:41
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    I moved this issue to the github issue of vim-rspec I will post the full answer when I will get it : github.com/thoughtbot/vim-rspec/issues/110 – Mio Feb 1 '16 at 15:00

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