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Re: [Help-nano] Too many errors from stdin

From: Christian Burger
Subject: Re: [Help-nano] Too many errors from stdin
Date: Thu, 22 Feb 2018 14:25:06 +0100

Oh, I see, thanks for taking the time. Version 2.9.* works fine. I should have thought of updating to "unstable" before reporting it. :) Again, thanks, Christian

On Tue, Feb 20, 2018 at 7:36 PM, Benno Schulenberg <address@hidden> wrote:

Hello Christian,

Op 20-02-18 om 14:58 schreef Christian Burger:
> in this message
> you provided a patch asking if it works, when you get the error message "Too many
> errors from stdin" during the start of nano. I encountered said error and wanted
> to follow up — though I did not report the problem in the first place.
> In my case your patch does help. Nano (version 2.8.7 in Gentoo) starts again
> without any complaints.

Thanks for confirming.  :)

Since then, the problem has been fixed properly by Lion Yang in this

If you unmask in your Gentoo install the "unstable" version of nano,
you will get 2.9.3, which has the fix (fixed since 2.9.0) -- not really
a fix, more of a workaround, but anyway, it prevents the problem.

> In my case the culprit causing the weird tty state was
> the `yarn` command from the package "sys-apps/yarn-1.3.2" (
> The program does not crash, but finishes just fine. Maybe it's also a bug on
> their side?

I would say yes: the program should return the terminal to the state
it was in when the program started.


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