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Re: tcsetattr ()
On Fri, 17 Oct 2003, Christopher Faylor wrote:
> On Fri, Oct 17, 2003 at 08:29:26AM -0600, Craig Gullixson wrote:
> >As far as I can tell, the Cygwin 1.5+ releases has broken tcsetattr ().
> >It appears that tcgetattr () works OK, but tcsetattr () seems to have
> >no affect on the tty's settings.
> You aren't providing any details. What is a tty? A windows console?
> A pty? A bash session with CYGWIN=tty? A serial line?
> Obviously tcsetattr works fine for ptys, windows consoles and when
> CYGWIN=tty so I suspect that you are referring to a serial device.
> Since no cygwin developer that I know of routinely checks serial lines
> it is possible that something is broken. It is unlikely that this has
> anything to do with increasing sizes to 64 bits unless you haven't
> recompiled and relinked your application.
We routinely use /dev/com1 to talk to serial joysticks. tcsetattr() WFM.
Not that I am really a "cygwin developer".
> So, as always, we are in the beloved territory of PTC.
Incidentally, I am working on a trivial cleanup patch to fix:
I just haven't had time to test it thoroughly yet. I have no idea about
this person's second "random hang" problem. It wasn't very eloquently
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VITAL - Visual Simulation Systems
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