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Re: Two windows bugs

From: Mark Bohlman <mbohlman_at_tcicredit.com>
Date: 2005-02-22 15:02:52 CET

Thanks Brane,
    That was the missing bit as I can confirm removing tty allows the
password prompt to appear. Now all I need to work around is the Cygwin
emacs problem of NOT having CYGWIN=tty causing the normal exit sequence
ctrl-x ctrl-c to fail to operate...sigh.

    So Geoff if your users can live with (or work around) the emacs
limitation you should be good to go.

-- Mark

Branko Čibej wrote:
> Mark Bohlman wrote:
>> On my system CYGWIN is set to "tty" only.
> This seems to be the critical bit of information. From the Cygwin manual
> (http://www.cygwin.com/cygwin-ug-net/using-cygwinenv.html):
> (no)tty - if set, Cygwin enables extra support (i.e., termios) for
> UNIX-like ttys. It is not compatible with some Windows programs.
> Defaults to not set, in which case the tty is opened in text mode.
> Note that this has been changed such that ^D works as expected
> instead of ^Z, and is settable via *stty*. This option must be
> specified before starting a Cygwin shell and it cannot be changed in
> the shell.
> On my system(s), the CYGWIN variable isn't set at all, which means it
> defaults no notty, and Subversion's prompts work.
> -- Brane

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