[PATCH] Ctrl-C and non-Cygwin programs
Sat May 26 20:53:00 GMT 2012
On Fri, May 25, 2012 at 11:43:11AM -0700, Mark Lofdahl wrote:
>On 28/03/2012 10:55 PM, Ein Terakawa wrote:
>>What it does actually is it generates CTRL_BREAK_EVENT with
>>Windows Console API GenerateConsoleCtrlEvent on the arrival of SIGINT.
>>And to make this scheme to be functional it is required to specify
>>CREATE_NEW_PROCESS_GROUP when creating new non-Cygwin processes.
>Is there any way for me to get the old behavior? I rely heavily on the
>ability to press ctrl-c in my non-cygwin console app and have that app
>receive a CTRL_C_EVENT instead of a CTRL_BREAK_EVENT. Everything worked fine
>for me before this patch.
>>To my surprise there seem to be no way to generate CTRL_C_EVENT using API.
>It is possible to generate a CTRL_C_EVENT, if you pass 0 as the process
>group id, in which case the event is passed to all process that share the
>console. Don't know if that would work in this situation.
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