(stop: ) → Command

This macro, which accepts no arguments, creates a (stop:) Command, which is not configurable.

Example usage:

{(live: 1s)[
    (if: $packedBags)[OK, let's go!(stop:)]
    (else: )[(either:"Are you ready yet?","We mustn't be late!")]
]}

Rationale:

Clunky though it looks, this macro serves a single important purpose: inside a (live:) macro's hook, its appearance signals that the macro must stop running. In every other occasion, this macro does nothing.

See also:

(live:)