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Re: Mercurial not returning with 20110601 snapshot

On Thu, Jun 02, 2011 at 06:43:40AM -0400, Chris Sutcliffe wrote:
>Testing the 20110601 snapshot I've run in to an issue where Mercurial
>(specifically python) will not return to the command line when the
>command completes:
>csutclif@bmotec3017201lt:[/usr/src/emerge/default] $ uname -a
>CYGWIN_NT-5.1 BMOTEC3017201LT 1.7.10s(0.248/5/3) 20110601 01:49:05 i686 Cygwin
>csutclif@bmotec3017201lt:[/usr/src/emerge/default] $ hg pull -u
>running ssh "hg -R
>hgroot/emerge/emerge serve --stdio"
>pulling from ssh://
>searching for changes
>no changes found
>I have to Ctrl-C to get back to the prompt, doing a ps -efa in a
>second window I see that the python process is still active (before
>the Ctrl-C):
>csutclif@bmotec3017201lt:[~] $ ps -efa
>     UID     PID    PPID  TTY        STIME COMMAND
>csutclif    1840       1 ?        06:30:38 /usr/bin/mintty
>csutclif    5984    1840 tty0     06:30:38 /usr/bin/mksh
>csutclif    4172    1840 ?        06:38:06 /usr/bin/mintty
>csutclif    3884    4172 tty1     06:38:07 /usr/bin/mksh
>csutclif    5304    5984 tty0     06:41:19 /usr/bin/python
>csutclif    5620    5304 tty0     06:41:19 /usr/bin/ssh
>csutclif    4952    3884 tty1     06:42:13 /usr/bin/ps
>I'm guessing this is related to the recent changes to pipe handling?

Like other guesses about this: not necessarily.

Could you provide the actual steps needed to duplicate the problem,
assuming that anyone doing testing will not be familiar with mercurial?


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