NTEmacs shell/CygWin: should control-C work?
Thu Jan 11 14:23:00 GMT 2001
If I've missed this in the FAQ, user's manual, or (poorly searchable)
archives, please point me to what I've missed.
In a shell buffer in NTEmacs configured per the shell-setup instructions
in the CygWin FAQ at http://sources.redhat.com/cygwin/faq/faq.html#SEC5 ,
control-C doesn't seem to work.
That is, typing two control-C's in Emacs (to send a control-C to bash)
doesn't kill a long-running command (e.g., like "du /" or "sleep 10").
Emacs does seem to flash the window title bar, but I can't tell what it's
trying to indicate. Does this seem to be an NTEmacs/CygWin interaction
problem, or just an NTEmacs problem (not for the CygWin list)?
Is control-C still supported in CygWin and between NTEmacs and CygWin? (I
just upgraded from CygWin B20 (or so), and not yet used to how things work
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