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Re: Emacs daemon exit with clients
- From: Arthur Tu <arthur dot jim dot tu at gmail dot com>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Thu, 15 May 2014 10:18:49 +0800
- Subject: Re: Emacs daemon exit with clients
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Yes, I am running emacs-w32.exe. And yes, it's specific to `emacs --daemon'.
On Wed, May 14, 2014 at 10:58 PM, Ken Brown <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 5/14/2014 1:27 AM, Arthur Tu wrote:
>> I installed the latest 24.4 pretest version. I didn't do experiments
>> on v24.3 on cygwin.
>> $ emacs --version
>> GNU Emacs 126.96.36.199
>> Problem reproduced by these steps:
>> 1. "emacs -q --daemon" to open a daemon
>> 2. "emacsclient -c" to open a client
>> 3. "Ctrl+x Ctrl+c" in client window to kill the client
>> 4. "emacsclient -c" open another client successfully
>> 5. "Ctrl+x Ctrl+c" in client window to kill the client again
>> 6. "emacsclient -c" the server is not there any more, client won't
>> However, on debian(testing) with emacs24.3.1, I can perform step 2 and
>> step 3 as many times as I like. The server won't shutdown without
>> Also, I replace "emacsclient -c" with "emacsclient -c test" and
>> "Ctrl+x Ctrl+c" with "Ctrl+x #" respectively, and observe the same
>> Is this a bug?
> Yes. I assume you're running emacs-w32.exe. I can reproduce the problem
> with that build, but not with emacs-X11 running under X11. And it doesn't
> happen if you start the server by `M-x server-start' in an existing emacs
> session; it's specific to `emacs --daemon'.
> I'm copying Daniel Colascione, the author of emacs-w32 (a.k.a. the cygw32
> build of emacs). Daniel, can you help?
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