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Re: utf text console - control-g does not work any longer

From: Eli Zaretskii
Subject: Re: utf text console - control-g does not work any longer
Date: Sat, 14 May 2005 10:36:31 +0300

> From: Peter Petersen <address@hidden>
> Date: Sat, 14 May 2005 03:07:22 +0200
> >> This means, running commands can no longer be interrupted/aborted when I
> >> use a utf-8 enabled Emacs/Gnus in a Linux text console.
> >
> >> Does anyone have experience with this problem - or even better have a
> >> solution?
> >
> > What does filterm do with C-g?
> Well, I am no expert here, don't have a clue.

Emacs arranges for C-g to generate a signal SIGINT.  That is, it sets
up C-g to have the effect that is by default produced by C-c, the
keyboard interrupt character.

So to know how to get C-g to work with filterm, you will need to
understand (1) what filterm does to propagate signals to the program
whose I/O it is filtering, and (2) how to cause C-g generate an
interrupt for the foreground part of the filtering pipe.

You could start by looking at what C-c does when you run Emacs thru
filterm: does it, by any chance, produce the same effect as C-g in the
unfiltered Emacs?

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