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[Bug #1741] term doesn't accept more than 300 bytes at once


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Subject: [Bug #1741] term doesn't accept more than 300 bytes at once
Date: Mon, 18 Nov 2002 07:36:23 -0500

=================== BUG #1741: LATEST MODIFICATIONS ==================
http://savannah.gnu.org/bugs/?func=detailbug&bug_id=1741&group_id=30

Changes by: Marcus Brinkmann <address@hidden>
Date: 2002-Nov-18 13:36 (Europe/Berlin)

            What     | Removed                   | Added
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             Summary | termd oesn't accept more than 300 bytes at once | term 
doesn't accept more than 300 bytes at once




=================== BUG #1741: FULL BUG SNAPSHOT ===================


Submitted by: marcus                    Project: The GNU Hurd                   
Submitted on: 2002-Nov-18 13:36
Category:  None                         Severity:  5 - Major                    
Bug Group:  None                        Resolution:  None                       
Assigned to:  None                      Status:  Open                           

Summary:  term doesn't accept more than 300 bytes at once

Original Submission:  When cutting & pasting more than 300 bytes into the 
terminal (for example in a shell running under screen or over a telnet 
connection), only 300 bytes are actually entered, and the rest is dropped.

This seems to be related to the input buffer size in term, and the code that is 
responsible to block when the queue is full, and to wake up when it is emptied 
again.  It is not clear what exactly is happening inside term.

The first task is to find out what exactly the internal behaviour of the 
reader, writer and queue manipulating code is.  The second task is to fix the 
problem.




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