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address@hidden: Emacs bug with Solaris 9 (only)]

From: Markus Rost
Subject: address@hidden: Emacs bug with Solaris 9 (only)]
Date: Thu, 23 Jan 2003 15:01:32 -0500 (EST)

I have no time to debug this.

However, let me at least confirm that I experience since a while
exactly the same problem on Solaris 9.  I don't remember whether the
problem was not present on Solaris 8, and I cannot test this anymore,
but this is entirely possible.

Actually it is annoying:  You come to kill the buffer *shell* in order
to kill a subprocess...

Precise Example:  Call M-x shell.  Then in the shell start a
subprocess like xterm or emacs.  Then C-c C-c (which runs the command
comint-interrupt-subjob) does not kill the subprocess.  Nor does
<menu-bar> <signals> <kill> (which runs the command

   In case anyone here can fix it...

   ------- Start of forwarded message -------
   X-Authentication-Warning: host132.grad.iit.edu: angeloff owned process doing
   Date: Wed, 22 Jan 2003 00:23:14 -0600 (CST)
   From: Nikolay Angeloff <address@hidden>
   X-X-Sender: <address@hidden>
   To: <address@hidden>
   cc: address@hidden
   Subject: Emacs bug with Solaris 9 (only)
   Sender: address@hidden

   In short: quit-process, stop-process, get-process etc.
   do not work when emacs is executed (and compiled) in
   Solaris 9, but work just fine when the same compiled
   code is scp-ed to a Solaris 8 machine.

   Because of some <unknown to me> differences between
   Solaris 8 and Solaris 9 the error I described occurs.
   Any ideas? I saw a post of a similar message, but did
   not see any answers to it.

   I noticed this problem, when in tex mode, I could not kill
   my buffer.

   Nikolay Angeloff

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