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Re: I found a bug with Makefile

From: Albert Le Batteux
Subject: Re: I found a bug with Makefile
Date: Mon, 25 Jan 2016 19:25:25 +0000 (GMT)

Sorry for all the missing information.
so :
make --version : GNU Make 3.81  This program built for i386-apple-darwin11.3.0
OSX el capitan v 10.11.3

i sent you my project in a zip file.

How it's work :
(with the error)
> make exe
> move a little (with arrow, select some element with  spacebar)
> press ctrl + z to send a SIGTSTP signal
> back in the shell press fg to come back.
> ctrl + z again and you will see, when you'll fg back
you will have a error in terminal.c with   if (tcsetattr(0, TCSADRAIN, term) < 0)

(without error)
> make
> ./ft_select aaa bbb ccc ddd eee fff ggg hhh iii jjj kkk lll mmm nnn ooo ppp qqq rrr sss ttt uuu vvv www xxx yyy zzz
> press ctrl + z then fg as long as you wish !
without problem ...

i spent 4 days loosing my times for finding this ..   --'

All the best,

Le 25 janvier 2016 à 19:06, address@hidden a écrit :

Albert Le Batteux writes:
> Hello !
> I have really no idea about who i am talking !
> I am a french student programmer, and making a school project with termcaps
> named ft_select (you can find many of this project on github)
> It's a termcaps introdution by creating a small selecting item menu.
> I always lunch my program with a Makefile rule like `make exe` (it's easier and
> faster)
> but it's create that error on tcsetattr() !
> `Interrupted system call` on errno from `tcsetattr()`
> Maybe start a program with make create a fake environment.. ? i don't know ..
> i put my question on StackOverflow : http://stackoverflow.com/questions/
> 34992713/launch-command-with-makefile?noredirect=1#comment57723426_34992713
> By curiosity, if you can explain me why ?
> Cordially,

Please provide the Makefile, the host OS you are using, and the
version of Make you are using (make --version).

Cole's Law: Thinly sliced cabbage.

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