This FAQ attempts to clear up confusion around terminating a batch file running within a DOS terminal on a Windows machine. This pertains to GenRocket because, when you run a GenRocket command, you are technically running a batch process that you can terminate before its completion, should you choose to do so.
Once a command is launched from the GenRocket batch command, the user may terminate the command by pressing Ctrl+C or Ctrl+Break. Once the termination is initiated, the DOS command interpreter presents the user with the option to terminate the batch with either a Y or N option. The actions of either of these options are the following:
N - the cmd interpreter will skip the current command and proceed to the next command in the batch file.
Y - the cmd interpreter will abort the execution of the batch file and return to DOS prompt.
Once a command is launched from the GenRocket batch command, the user may terminate the command by pressing CONTROL+C (i.e., CTRL+C) on a Mac computer to abort the execution of the batch file and return to DOS prompt. This will automatically terminate the command.