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Re: On Windows(R) Emacs «shell» mode doesn't prints an output.

From: Hi-Angel
Subject: Re: On Windows(R) Emacs «shell» mode doesn't prints an output.
Date: Thu, 25 Sep 2014 12:44:59 +0400

Dear Pascal J. Bourguignon, no need for an abuses, don't be a
barbarian. I am always heard and was sure that the buffers flushes on
a «newline». That's weird to me that it is wrong, but after your words
I googled, and found that this is indeed a truth. Thx anyway for the
answer, I surely wouldn't found it soon by myself.

>> When I am working on Windows, I am using Emacs «shell» mode. The
>> problem is that it sometimes doesn't prints an applications output
>> (more precisely prints only after the app died).
>> The problem is present exclusively in Emacs, e.g. if I am run an
>> application in Windows® native terminal, it is works fine.
>> I thought that the problem is in encoding, and set «shell»'s buffer
>> with «C-x <RET> f» to UTF-16, which, as I know, uses MS, but it didn't
>> fixed the problem.
>1- this is not an emacs problem.
>2- this is a basic programming question, that dates back since the dawn
   >of computing.
>3- what the fuck are you taught in school?
>> Below is a simple example of an application that won't print an output in 
>> Emacs:
>> #include <cstdio>
>> #include <cstring>
>> int main(){
>>     puts("Hello, enter something");
>>     char buf[256];
>>     memset(buf, 0, sizeof(buf));
>>     fgets(buf, sizeof(buf)-1, stdin);
>>     puts(buf);
>>     return 0;
>> }
>> This works fine in both GNU/Linux, and the terminal of Windows®,
>By pure chance.
>> but not in Emacs shell mode on Windowsor.

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