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Re: Getting rid of "Terminated" message thanks to SIGINT

From: Marc Herbert
Subject: Re: Getting rid of "Terminated" message thanks to SIGINT
Date: Tue, 01 Feb 2011 08:52:46 +0000
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>>> Is it a problem?  Bash prints messages about signal-terminated processes --
>>> Most people want to know when their jobs die
>> ...except when they explicitly kill them.
> Then maybe the answer is to suppress the message when a process dies
> due to SIGTERM, as well as SIGINT.

Since TERM is the default it seems to make sense to me. Could you
mention this to the bash maintainer? :-)

Would the same also make sense for a couple other signals? I have
always been confused by the respective semantics of signals (assuming
there are well defined semantics in the first place).

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