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Re: Problem redirecting stderr to pipe in subprocess
Christopher Faylor-8 wrote:
> On Mon, Oct 10, 2011 at 10:43:42PM -0400, Ken Brown wrote:
>>My STCs still don't work right for me under the 2011-10-10 snapshot.
>>The bash subprocess no longer shows as stopped when I run ps, but it
>>doesn't produce any output either, and it doesn't terminate for several
>>minutes. I eventually get the following message on the terminal
>> 1 [main] bash 7604 sig_send: wait for sig_complete event failed,
>>signal -39, rc 258, Win32 error 0
>>and bash leaves a stackdump. Are you seeing something different?
> For me it works on Cygwin the same as it does on Linux. No hang,
> obviously. If it worked like the above I wouldn't have announced
> a fix.
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Then I'll put more words what I meant saying "External conditions might play
For example, a problem might appear to be fixed when cygwin1.dll restarted,
on whether and how rebase/rebaseall was applied.
This is particularly true for well-known (among developers) fork-related
This however might not(?) be fork-related.
I think there is a single occasion when __SIGFLUSHFAST (-39) is sent -- in
Is it right after inicialisations ? (When exactly? -- I do not understand).
Certainly it is before bash -ci ls opens /dev/tty.
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