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Re: Problem with 20050106 snapshot
On 1/8/2005 6:53 PM, Christopher Faylor wrote:
On Sat, Jan 08, 2005 at 03:06:21PM -0800, David Rothenberger wrote:
I'm having a problem with the 20050106 snapshot as well as my own
DLL build from CVS HEAD on 20050107.
The problem is with bash killing native processes. I have a bash
script that starts a native process in the background, installs a
signal handler for SIGINT, grabs the pid from the background
process, and then issues wait. The signal handler tries to kill the
pid that was captured.
With 1.5.12 and a DLL built from CVS on 11/19/2004, this works just
fine. With the latest snapshot, I often (but not always) get a "Bad
file descriptor" error from kill.
I tightened up some of the errno setting and will be checking in some
new code to deal with some problems that Pierre found with windows
The latest set of changes in CVS solve this problem for me. At least, I
don't see the "Bad file descriptor" error anymore.
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