MinTTY 2.1.3 update breaks interoperability with ConEmu
Mon Aug 3 07:54:00 GMT 2015
Am 01.08.2015 um 14:19 schrieb Andrey Repin:
> Greetings, Jim Reisert AD1C!
>>> Please disregard this post. Checking the changelog reveals that this is
>>> caused by a new feature, and can be overridden with the -d (--nodaemon)
>> Why isn't the old behavior the default (spawn one process), with the
>> new feature being *enabled* by the -d switch? Wouldn't "-daemon" also
>> make more sense than "-nodaemon"?
> Had the same question.
Because the purpose of the new behaviour is to ensure normal operation
when mintty is called from a cygwin console, i.e. within a normal cygwin
environment. Unfortunately, otherwise, signal delivery is broken within
mintty, e.g. ^C does not work. I guess this is some bug in cygwin
itself, if you like to help debug it :) , we may eventually revert to
the previous behaviour.
Suggestions for better solutions are welcome, and I will check to detect
ConEmu explicitly to make an exception in that case.
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