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Thu, 21 Aug 2008 19:30:30 -0400
> I'm not sure what this is intended to do. Sending just one EOF
> character to a process creates one EOF if many conditions are met.
> But a second read from the same pty will continue to look for input.
> The following code:
> (when compilation-disable-input
> (condition-case nil
> (process-send-eof proc)
> ;; The process may have exited already.
> (error nil)))
> Causes my grep buffer to start with a ^D (the EOF character that
> process-send-eof sends). This goofs up the parsing of the lines.
I can't reproduce this (I don't see any ^D character in grep buffers).
Could you send a recipe for reproducing this bug, as well as your system