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

From: Giovanni Bajo <rasky_at_develer.com>
Date: 2006-11-10 20:49:43 CET

Erik Huelsmann wrote:

>> 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.

Well, surely svn log does not require any cleanup, and so do many other
operations. The behaviour of SIGINTs subsequent to the first one could be
specialized on a case by case scenario.

Giovanni Bajo
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Received on Fri Nov 10 20:50:44 2006

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