Ctrl-C will not kill a process started from cygwin shell
Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Fri Sep 7 19:43:00 GMT 2007
Alex Worden wrote:
> I'm sorry if this is an obvious question but I searched and couldn't
> find an obvious answer and wasn't sure what to search for...
> It seems that some processes I start from a cygwin shell start in the
> foreground - whereas if I start them from a cmd shell they start in
> the background. (I know I can append an & but that's not the point
> here). One process I know of in particular is my favoured Micro Emacs
> editor (available at http://www.jasspa.com/). When this starts in the
> foreground from cygwin, even Ctrl-C will not kill the process. What
> determines this behavior and can I do anything about it.
> I ask because more importantly, I am running into issues running Maven
> tasks that do not return to the shell after completion. The only
> option available to be is to kill the entire cygwin shell.
> Please can someone explain what might be happening here, or point me
> at documentation on this subject.
You're much better off directing these kinds of questions to the
provider of the package. Discussion of external packages is not
wholly on-topic here.
My WAG on your CTRL-C problems, based on lack of input about your
environment, you don't have 'tty' in your CYGWIN environment variable.
Larry Hall http://www.rfk.com
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