[Lars Bjørndal] Re: brltty problems with recent snapshots

Corinna Vinschen corinna-cygwin@cygwin.com
Thu Jul 14 10:16:00 GMT 2011


On Jul 14 10:19, Lars Bjørndal wrote:
> [Corinna Vinschen]
> 
> > On Jul 13 15:37, Samuel Thibault wrote:
> >> Corinna Vinschen, le Wed 13 Jul 2011 15:05:50 +0200, a écrit :
> >> > On Jul 13 13:41, Lars Bjørndal wrote:
> >> > > I'm using a com-port, since Modular Evolution has USB2serial conversion.
> >> > > 
> >> > > The latest cygwin1.dll that works for me, is 20110502.
> >> > 
> >> > Hmm, it seems I introduced a bug into serial I/O afterwards.
> >> > Does brltty use blocking or nonblocking I/O?
> >> 
> >> nonblocking.
> >
> > I just applied a patch which tries to handle nonblocking I/O better.
> > Can you give it a try, please?
> 
> Thank you! It works perfectly.
> 
> Now, back to the original problem, with c-x, c-c within Emacs.
> 
> Running Emacs from bash shell, and pressing this sequence, the Emacs
> program exits, as expected. Witin a remote ssh session however, c-c get
> the session to exit with the messsage: "Killed by signal 2".
> 
> Steps to reproduce:
> 
> 1. Run cmd
> 
> 2. bash --login -i
> 
> 3. ssh user@host
> 
> 4. c-c

Thanks for the report, fixed in CVS.

> There is also some issues when navigating in an emacs buffer with
> cursoring keys. A beep is produced every time the cursor moves over a
> line break. Try also to type a tab character and then use left arrow.
> You'll then hear a beep. Also spaces generates beeps if you navigate
> between them, but I'm not sure if that happens all the time.

I can't reproduce this.  Is your TERM variable set to something
other than "cygwin"?


Corinna

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