Howard Chu wrote:
> Didn't see this in the archive, sorry if it's been addressed already...
> When I run a MinGW program from the Command shell, I can hit Ctrl-C to kill
> it and I see that the SIGINT handler is invoked. When I run this program from
> Msys, Ctrl-C just terminates the process, without any signal handlers getting
> invoked. Any plans to make that behave a bit more cleanly?
Patches toward that end gratefully considered.
> Along similar lines, if I have a MinGW binary running in a command shell, it
> will terminate automatically if I shutdown the machine. If it's running in
> Msys, I have to close Msys manually before the shutdown can proceed. It would
> be nice to have a message handler in Msys to take care of this cleanly too.
> (The same is true for Cygwin, last I checked. But my Cygwin install is
> probably out of date...)
This is already listed as a bug report and again patches toward that end
will be gratefully considered. Yes, it's still true for Cygwin as well.