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address@hidden: Re: emacs 21.2 odd behavior in shell window]


From: Tom Wurgler
Subject: address@hidden: Re: emacs 21.2 odd behavior in shell window]
Date: Mon, 1 Apr 2002 11:37:04 -0500 (EST)

Ok, I am back to the problem again.

HP-UX 11.0 compiled with cc.


Specifically,

I am in a shell window.  BTW, my default shell is csh, terminal type is "dumb".
I try to run a fortran program or a sh script, which prompt for a filename.
At the prompt for the filename, I decide that I want to kill it and do something
else.  So in all previous versions of emacs, I would hit ^C^C, which was bound
to comint-interupt-subjob and the program was aborted.

Now when I hit ^C^C in emacs 21.2, I get nothing.
I then hit ^H^C ^C^C and it says it is bound to comint-interupt-subjob.
I then type esc-: (comint-interupt-subjob) and the program is sucessfully
aborted. 



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Date: Thu, 28 Mar 2002 17:06:13 -0500 (EST)
From: Tom Wurgler <address@hidden>
To: address@hidden
CC: address@hidden, address@hidden
In-reply-to: <address@hidden> (message from
        Richard Stallman on Thu, 28 Mar 2002 13:48:15 -0700 (MST))
Subject: Re: emacs 21.2 odd behavior in shell window


Recently Richard Stallman <address@hidden> wrote:

> Date: Thu, 28 Mar 2002 13:48:15 -0700 (MST)
> From: Richard Stallman <address@hidden>
> CC: address@hidden, address@hidden
> Reply-to: address@hidden
> 
>     Also in a shell, I used to be able to hit ^C^C to interrupt a subjob.
>     That no longer works.
> 
> What does it do?  What command does it actually run?
> What command is C-c C-c bound to in the shell buffer?
> 

I am unable to duplicate the problem (right now at least).  What I had (ever
since installing 21.2) was that if I started a program in a shell and it was
prompting for a filename or whatever, if I hit ^C^C it did *NOT* abort the
program.  But if I did esc-x comint-interupt-subjob, that *DID* abort it.  But
in checking the keystroke, it really was bound to `comint-interupt-subjob' as it
should have been.  I know it sounds dumb, but it did it repeatedly, hence my
note to the list.

The ^C^C did nothing at all.  No interupt, no beep, nada.

Not much help, I know.

I'll let you know if it re-occurs.

Thanks
tom
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