Subject: Re: Vi still can't remove its own vi-recover files from NFS /var/tmp
To: NetBSD-current Discussion List <current-users@NetBSD.org>
From: Greywolf <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/23/2004 11:49:55
Thus spake Greg A. Woods ("GAW> ") sometime Today...
GAW> Ah, of course, isatty(). OK, well that could make some sense -- though
GAW> I don't see any (obvious, i.e. with fgrep) isatty() call in the vi or
GAW> libc/stdio source (though I'm looking in my netbsd-1-6 tree, not in the
GAW> now long gone tree for the version I ktraced), nor is there any call to
GAW> tcgetattr() in either vi or libc/stdio.
vi itself is not likely to frob settings (it probably defers it
elsewhere); libc does contain both references and the definition for
tcgetattr(). However, where it is likely called is libcurses (vi?
curses? make sense?).
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