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Re: Windows signal handler and Control-C

From: Garrett Rooney <rooneg_at_electricjellyfish.net>
Date: 2004-01-16 16:37:04 CET

mark benedetto king wrote:

> On Fri, Jan 16, 2004 at 02:24:34PM +0000, Mike Mason wrote:
>>Someone, recently, posted a patch to reinstall the Control-C signal
>>handler after setting the "stop working" flag inside the Subversion
>>client, because we suspected that a ^C ^C sequence on Windows caused the
>>process to terminate immediately.
>>Unfortunately I can't find the patch, but here's the behaviour I'm
>>seeing on an unpatched 0.35.1, with a large working copy.
> I can't find it either, but ISTR it was from Garrett Rooney. Anyway,
> it was probably something a lot the patch below. Give it a try, if
> you can. It would be nice to get this resolved.

It was from me, but I didn't #ifdef it for win32. In fact, I just
experimented with signal handlers on the Solaris box I've got in front
of me, and it seems like the (reset the signal handler after it fires)
also occurs on Solaris, so I'm leaning towards just reseting it
everywhere to be absolutely safe.


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