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Re: Emacs 21.3.50 problem on XP

Ugh.  Top-posting.  Reformatted.

On Mon, 27 Jun 2005, Dharanyava wrote:

> Igor Pechtchanski <pechtcha@XX.XXX.XXX> wrote:

<>.  Also, again,
<>.  Thanks.

> >On Sat, 25 Jun 2005, Dharanyava wrote:
> >
> ><>.  Thanks.
> >
> >> Okay, I searched & found nothing about this: somehow, on my
> >> installation, C-x C-c doesn't quit-emacs-permanently; C-x functions
> >> alright, but C-c is being caught and returning a beep instead of
> >> actually executing quit-emacs-permanently. Does this have anything to do
> >> with having to install leim?  (I saw that post, and had already started
> >> downloading it for updated installation.)
> >
> >Not enough information (see <> for problem
> >reporting guidelines).  However, at a guess, you're running this from a
> >console window and don't have "tty" in your CYGWIN variable (as indicated
> >in the emacs README).  Try quitting all Cygwin processes; setting
> >"CYGWIN=tty" (provided your CYGWIN variable was empty before); and then
> >starting bash -- emacs should work from that shell.
> >
> >If that doesn't help, please review <> and
> >provide the requested information.
> Sorry - running Cygwin 1.5.7-1 on XPSP2.  TERM=cygwin.  That was my
> first thought.

Still not enough information, but the "cygcheck -svr" output should
contain the missing bits.

Did you actually try the above advice of adding "tty" to your $CYGWIN?

> If it's useful, info seems to exit perfectly fine.

Nope, not useful (different technique -- info catches SIGINT, and emacs
actually uses the Ctrl-C key combination).

> Will run cygcheck -s -v -r and post as soon as possible.

Good, thanks.
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