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Re: [Aspell-user] Aspell issues.

From: Christoph Hintermüller
Subject: Re: [Aspell-user] Aspell issues.
Date: Mon, 17 Oct 2005 18:52:30 +0200
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Hello Dan
Am Samstag, 15. Oktober 2005 09:08 schrieb Daniel Organek:
> Greetings,
> We are running into a snag using Aspell through a perl call relating to web 
script.  It works, however, a process is left running when complete.  Is 
there some method of terminating the process that other people may have 
utilized?  We are currently using the -a switch as this is the common call 
for various perl modules.  I have noticed via the command line any way, that 
a Control-C is about the only way I have found to spawn an exit. 
Strange usually (in Unix) it is sufficient if you send to aspell befor exiting 
the calling process a end of file symbol, respective a Control-D. Doesn't 
offer NT a sympbol or command by which you can signal the end of file for the 
pipeline. Isn't that implicitly sent to the aspell process when the writing 
end of the pipe is closed.? Or is there a bug in windows version of aspell 
letting aspell not exit the spelling loop when reading an end of file from 
pipe? Or does windows not transmit this signal/symbol to the reading process?


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