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Re: [ANNOUNCEMENT] (last?) TEST RELEASE: Cygwin 1.7.35-0.5

On 2015-02-28 13:13, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> On Feb 28 00:23, Denis Excoffier wrote:
>> On 2015-02-27 18:52, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
>>> I released another TEST version of the next upcoming Cygwin release.
>> I have noticed that the behavior of /usr/bin/script is not better than
>> previously (probably the change resides near
>> For at least several weeks, the behavior was ok, except for the
>> Return key, which had to be hit several times to take effect. But the
>> other characters were ok.
>> Now (after 2015-02-26), only every fourth character that i type
>> is flushed to the command line, Return key included. For example,
>> suppose that my command is "abcdefgh": only after i hit the 'd' key
>> is "abcd" displayed, and only after i hit the 'h' key the
>> "efgh" is displayed (the command line reads "abcdefgh"); now
>> i have to hit four times the return key to "enter" the command.
>> Previously, the fourth-character-delay was probably already there,
>> but only for the Return key.
> I can't reproduce this.  I started script, script starts my shell, and
> then I can type and I see every character I type immediately, including
> the ENTER key.  I tried with SHELL set to /bin/tcsh as well as with
> /bin/bash.
Oops, forgot to mention: it is under xterm only. Under cmd.exe or under
mintty, all is correct.

Denis Excoffier.

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