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Can't kill sub process under shell

From: Victor Kirk
Subject: Can't kill sub process under shell
Date: Fri, 22 Nov 2002 16:16:00 -0000


I seem to be experiencing problems using comint-interrupt-subjob 
under a dos shell with the a cvs snapshot of the source.  This is
on W2K professional.

1. launch a shell
2. run a command that expects input from stdin, e.g. cat
3. attempt to end the process C-c C-c (i.e. comint-interrupt-subjob)

Emacs now freezes, the only way to recover is to kill both the cat
process and the cmd process (hard to guess which one when you've
multiple ones going).  the same applies with comint-kill-process
and comint-quit-process.

This works fine under 21.2.1. Anyone else experience this or know
a work around?


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