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Re: Ctrl+C (SIGINT) behaviour for svn command line program

From: Erik Huelsmann <ehuels_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-11-10 20:18:12 CET

> Hence my question: are there any reasons for svn to ignore SIGINT
> signals after the first it receives (rather than use the default
> handler which just terminates the process)?
> Thanks.

It tries to terminate the process ASAP, but it insists on cleaning up
behind it in order to make sure your working copy is left in a clean
state. Extra SIGINT signals don't change that.

You don't mention which svn version you use nor which access protocol.
I assume you use HTTP? Is it linked against neon 0.25.x? Neon 0.25.x
should have solved some of this behaviour: it has extra functions
(compared to 0.24) for cancelling requests.



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