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RE: How to make cygwin/bash shell work in emacs

From: Roman Adar
Subject: RE: How to make cygwin/bash shell work in emacs
Date: Mon, 1 Oct 2001 11:49:35 -0700


Thanks for the input. I'll have to try all this to make sure it all makes


-----Original Message-----
[]On Behalf Of Dmitri Colebatch
Sent: Saturday, September 29, 2001 2:55 PM
To: Ehud Karni
Cc: Roman Adar;
Subject: Re: How to make cygwin/bash shell work in emacs

afaik ^C ^C in emacs shell == ^C in normal shell... also ^C ^U == ^U and
so on... the way I see it working emacs using ^C as an escape char...

On Sat, 29 Sep 2001, Ehud Karni wrote:

> On Fri, 28 Sep 2001 16:30:22 -0700, Roman Adar <>
> >
> > I'm using emacs 20.7.1 on Win2K. I've also installed the Cygwin package.
> >
> > Since I'm used to run the shell from emacs directly I've tried to
> > install and configure, using the Web isntructions how to work with the
> > "bash" shell within emacs.
> >
> > While I'm able todo some basic stuff, I'm having problems, when each
> > command executed in the emacs/bash shell echoes two lines of ASCII
> > characters. Also I was not able to run Perl from within.
> The only problem I'm aware of is that ^C does not work (because the
> Emacs pipe is not TTY as Cygwin excepts it). If you're problems are
> different please post examples and also your shell startup files (i.e.
> your ~/.bashrc or ~/.[t]csh + ~./login).
> I assume you've read the Cygwin FAQ entry: How do I run bash as a shell
> under NT Emacs? (
> Ehud.

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