Subject: Re: 4.99.36 very unstable for me(tm)
To: ISHII Kimio <email@example.com>
From: Thomas Klausner <wiz@NetBSD.org>
Date: 12/09/2007 22:08:20
On Sun, Dec 09, 2007 at 05:42:38AM +0900, ISHII Kimio wrote:
> From: Andrew Doran <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > > - Job control signals sent from a tty don't work correctly.
> > The last item was fixed yesterday.
> still not yet completely fixed on 4.99.41.
> how to reproduce:
> zsh% emacs -nw
> C-z (suspend) on emacs
> zsh% less 3RDPARTY
> zsh: 540 suspended (tty output) less 3RDPARTY
> zsh% jobs [~]
>  - suspended emacs -nw
>  + suspended (tty output) less 3RDPARTY
> zsh% cat > hoge [~]
> zsh: 475 suspended (tty output) cat > hoge
I can reliable reproduce this -- however, only with emacs21, not with
E.g. boot single user, shell=/bin/ksh
emacs -nw a <ctrl-z>
The man process will suspend itself after about half a second -- it's
not immediate, but very quick.
Putting it in the foreground again doesn't help -- the behaviour