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Re: Bash: sleep execution issue with bash loadable builtins

From: Chet Ramey
Subject: Re: Bash: sleep execution issue with bash loadable builtins
Date: Fri, 1 Dec 2017 11:01:43 -0500
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On 12/1/17 7:49 AM, Thiruvadi Rajaraman wrote:
> Hi Chester,
> Thanks a lot for your review comments. 
> I reworked on the fix to solve bash sleep issue and here attached the patch.

I don't think you got my point. Why would you override bash's installed
signal handler -- disabling job and process handling -- without restoring
it before the function returns? Even if changing the signal handler were
the right thing to do, which it isn't, it's just a terrible idea to change
it unconditionally. The right fix is to block SIGCHLD during the sleep,
which you can do easily using pselect.

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