Emacs ignores signals
Mon Apr 16 16:29:00 GMT 2007
Karr, David wrote:
> I'm guessing you weren't using the Cygwin-built xemacs. I use Xemacs
> built for Cygwin, and I haven't been able to send signals to
> subprocesses for a long time.
No, I am using the xemacs installed from the cygwin installer. The
precise version is: "XEmacs 21.4 (patch 20) \"Double Solitaire\" [Lucid]
(i686-pc-cygwin, Mule) of Fri Dec 15 2006 on vzell-de" and I am able to
C-c C-c to interrupt a process in shell-mode. This does not work with
gnu emacs 184.108.40.206 nor 21.2.x. Anyone else seeing this or have a fix?
The main reason I tried to switch is because I wanted to run "vc-svn.el"
or VC support for subversion. This signals problem is now the major
hurdle for me.
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>> I just switched from xemacs to gnu emacs 220.127.116.11 on cygwin
>> 1.5.24(0.156/4/2) with an X server (the latest versions I can
>> find). I have shell-mode working, except that signals sent to
>> the subprocess are ignored. For example, if I want to cancel
>> or stop a process, I should be able to type C-c C-c or C-c
>> C-z to interrupt or stop it. The "Signals" menu items are
>> also ignored. Any ideas? This works fine in xemacs.
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