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Bill Simpson
11/08/12 12:57pm

From what you have written it is difficult to understand exactly what is happening.

If I read it one way you have loaded a package and it contains a block of code that is currently running and you want to terminate execution of that block of code.

If I read it another way you have loaded a package and it has defined some variables and functions and possibly created some contexts and you want to undefine some of those variables and functions.

Unfortunately with absolutely no idea of what the code is or what it is doing it is difficult tell you how to make it stop doing whatever it is doing at the moment or even if it is currently running.

If you Google for

mathematica unload package

and read through the many results from that you might be able to see which, if any, of those apply to what you are dealing with.

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quitting a package PhysicsGuy 11/05/12 1:46pm
Re: quitting a package jf 11/05/12 2:29pm
Re: Re: quitting a package PhysicsGuy 11/05/12 2:36pm
Re: Re: quitting a package PhysicsGuy 11/08/12 11:05am
Re: quitting a package Bill Simpson 11/08/12 12:57pm
Re: Re: quitting a package PhysicsGuy 11/08/12 1:31pm
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