Subject: make use sigaction instead of signal
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Jeremy C. Reed <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/04/2006 16:00:58
Our bmake has been reported to not exit sub makes with CTRL-C on Darwin,
DragonFly and Linux. See PR pkg/31013.
Matt Dillon of DragonFly fixed their usr.bin/make today for this.
Their code now uses sigaction instead of signal to fix this.
But I see our code and DragonFly and FreeBSD and OpenBSD have diverged on
this. DragonFly and FreeBSD have merged compat.c into job.c. DragonFly and
OpenBSD have a signal counter.
The fix for just SIGINT should be easy, but maybe it would be better to
try to keep all these in sync better -- which is a bigger job.
(not updated yet for latest fix in job.c revision 1.147)
Any thoughts on this? Or on "bmake won't stop on CTRL-C" issue itself?