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RE: Ctrl-Z fails to suspend Windows programs

> -----Original Message-----
> From: cygwin-owner On Behalf Of Peter A. Castro
> Sent: 18 June 2004 19:38

> > >>  [win32sdk]
> > >>>ID: Q90493
> > >
> > >   I have a suspicion that this (and similar) code samples 
> should probably
> > > not be posted to this list; can everyone please snip 
> their quotes of it.  It
> > > looks a bit copyright to me.  So I googled the q number.  

> /win32/globals.c
> > >   Oh dear.  Word-for-word copying of M$ proprietary 
> source into an open
> > > source project?  TCSH-L added.  I dunno what the status 
> is of SDK source
> > > code examples but it's certainly M$ copyright; someone 
> should look at the
> > > licensing terms.
> Who said anything about "Word-for-word copying"?  Or were you only
> refering to the inclusion of M$ source in the email?

Pardon me if I was unclear.  The first quoted part above was about the
inclusion in the email; the second quoted part refers only to the inclusion
of that code in the tcsh sources.  The fact that I found an example on
Apple's website is incidental; that code is in the latest released version
(6.13.00) of the mainline tcsh sources.  I Cc'd the tcsh list to see if they
knew about this, but for some reason my post hasn't gone through.  I did
subscribe but maybe it took a while to update itself; maybe this one will

>  I 
> believe I already
> stated I'd be re-writing the example to better suit a posix 
> environment,
> anyways.  I simply want the theory behind the example.  I'll derive my
> own implementation from it.

I didn't intend to imply that you were going to :)

Can't think of a witty .sigline today....

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