R: Why mc start without subshell by default?

Oleksandr Gavenko gavenko@bifit.com.ua
Wed Nov 3 09:52:00 GMT 2010

On 03.11.2010 11:14, Marco Atzeri wrote:
> --- Mer 3/11/10, Oleksandr Gavenko  ha scritto:
>> I can turn on subshell by:
>>    $ mc -U
>> This is useful by default or I miss something?
> It is useful but there is one problem on cygwin.
> When you close mc the subshell will not exit, so you will finish
> with a "zombie" bash shell running.
Oh! I recall that I already wrote about this:

C-o in GNU MC and mintty/rxvt issue?

mc --subshell after exit forget kill bash.

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