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Re: Cannot stop "cygcheck -c"
On Tue, Apr 06, 2010 at 10:29:38AM +0200, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
>On Apr 5 17:35, Christopher Faylor wrote:
>> On Mon, Apr 05, 2010 at 02:54:29PM -0600, Eric Blake wrote:
>> >On 04/05/2010 02:54 PM, Tim McDaniel wrote:
>> >> I'm running the latest setup.exe, cygwin libraries, and installed
>> >> packages. I ran "cygcheck -c" (thanks to the list member who pointed
>> >> it out). After a screen or two, I wanted to stop the output to scroll
>> >> back. It doesn't seem to respond to control-C or control-Z. Does
>> >> this happen to anyone else?
>> >Yes, this is an unfortunate side-effect of cygcheck being a native
>> >windows program rather than a cygwin app. It doesn't know how to
>> >respond to cygwin signals.
>> That shouldn't matter. If you're running it from bash then CTRL-C should
>> still terminate the process unless there's a bug.
>Curious side-point: You can't even Ctrl-C cygcheck when running from
>a CMD shell.
On thinking about this more, I'll bet this is because cygcheck is a
pseudo-cygwin process which loads the cygwin DLL dynamically. Probably
adding a CTRL-C handler would solve this problem.
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