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Re: process-connection-type nil & gdb

From: Benjamin Riefenstahl
Subject: Re: process-connection-type nil & gdb
Date: Wed, 26 Nov 2003 15:22:55 +0100
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Hi Steven,

Steven Tamm <address@hidden> writes:

> It is fixed in Panther and it probably makes sense to remove the
> (setq) from mac-win.el.  However, I'm still using Jaguar, and I
> still want the default to be nil so that my diffs don't get
> truncated.
> I think a "better solution" would be to modify process.c to make the
> default for process_connection_type to be Qnil on darwin < 7.0.

It's probably more usefull to do this at runtime and in a segragated
source file like "mac-win.el", I think.  But a check of the current OS
version may be a good idea.

> Regardless, I think the problem with signaling across a pipe killing
> gdb is still a valid one.  If it is an inherent problem, that's fine
> with me, but it would be good to know why and put it in etc/PROBLEMS
> (unless .

I don't know anything about this, can't help you there. 


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