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Re: is easy to get hung in infinite ^G stream; how to stop it?


From: David Combs
Subject: Re: is easy to get hung in infinite ^G stream; how to stop it?
Date: Sun, 25 Apr 2004 06:57:05 +0000 (UTC)

In article <address@hidden>,
David Combs <address@hidden> wrote:
>Want to see something funny?
>
>(Ok, not so funny, then.)
>
>Within *shell*, do "man <something>".
>
...

Ok, sorry -- that one you can get out of via ^C^C.

But I do get into situations where I *cannot* get
out via ^C^C.

Here, I got into one a couple of days ago, couldn't
get out of it (the ^G situation), so I renamed
*shell* to something, and made a new *shell*.

Here's some cut-n-pasted output from the renamed buffer:


152 ==/dkcjunk==> 
152 ==/dkcjunk==> 
152 ==/dkcjunk==> 
152 ==/dkcjunk==> ls -d /opt/sfw/lib/xemacs/xemacs-packages/man 
/opt/sfw/netpbm/man /opt/sfw/webmin/caldera/man /opt/sfw/webmin/man 
/opt/sfw/webmin/mscstyle3/man /opt6/usr/demo/SOUND/man 
/opt6/usr/demo/link_audit/man /opt6/usr/java1.2/man /usr/demo/link_audit/man 
/usr/j2se/man /etc/gconf/gconf.xml.defaults/desktop/gnome/url-handlers/man 
/etc/gconf/gconf.xml.defaults/schemas/desktop/gnome/url-handlers/man

j2se/ 
152 ==/dkcjunk==> 
152 ==/dkcjunk==> ls -d /opt/sfw/lib/xemacs/xemacs-packages/man 
/opt/sfw/netpbm/man  > foo44.out
152 ==/dkcjunk==> spellgrep forecast

152 ==/dkcjunk==> 
152 ==/dkcjunk==> h

152 ==/dkcjunk==> echo foo





152 ==/dkcjunk==> echo lll

152 ==/dkcjunk==> 


(Oh, here's the alias for the spellgrep (done in a non-broken
shell-buffer):

  276 ==/dkcjunk==> alias spellgrep
  /myexternals/opt/gnu/bin/egrep -i !* /usr/dict/words
  277 ==/dkcjunk==> 
)

Anyway, up with the ^G's, any time it wants to output
a line to the screen, you get these ^G's.

Any clues?

(I'll keep that bad buffer/window around, in case someone wants
me to try some experiment in it.  Note: I'll probably look
for posts here more often than I run email and have to
face all that spam...)

Thanks!

David




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