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Re: Writing to socket after shutdown

From: Andy Wingo
Subject: Re: Writing to socket after shutdown
Date: Fri, 27 Aug 2010 08:22:25 -0700
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On Fri 27 Aug 2010 07:01, Jon Herron <address@hidden> writes:

> Hi Andy -
>   Thanks for the reply. I think SIGPIPE is indeed the right thing to do. I 
> ended 
> up adding a sighandler to my application and it solved the problem. I suppose 
> it 
> would be nice for Guile to at least display the error on exit - as in the gdb 
> REPL example of yours, if not throw an exception so the user's application 
> can 
> catch. It seems to me the sighandler is more of the C way, where catch/throw 
> is 
> closer to the Scheme way - not sure if that is general consensus or not.

I filed this bug.

I think you're right that we should handle signals, but we need to do so
in a way that is not going to interfere adversely with embedded uses of
Guile. And then there are threads. Bleagh ;)


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