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  • Modified a comment on ticket #368 on JOE - Joe's own editor

    I cannot reproduce this on Linux using the 'yes' command; evidently, Linux 'yes' also checks if writing to stdout succeeds and exits if it doesn't, whereas 'yes' on the Mac just keeps trying forever and depends on SIGPIPE to be terminated. But the following does reproduce the bug on Linux. Type ^K R and type: !sh -c 'while :; do echo y; done' | head -n 10 and watch your terminal fill with an endless succession of "broken pipe" errors from sh, until you manually kill that sh command from another ...

  • Posted a comment on ticket #368 on JOE - Joe's own editor

    I cannot reproduce this on Linux using the 'yes' command; evidently, Linux 'yes' also checks if writing to stdout succeeds and exits if it doesn't, whereas 'yes' on the Mac just keeps trying forever and depends on SIGPIPE to be terminated. But the following does reproduce the bug on Linux. Type ^K R and type: sh -c 'while :; do echo y; done' | head -n 10 and watch your terminal fill with an endless succession of "broken pipe" errors from sh, until you manually kill that sh command from another t...

  • Posted a comment on ticket #368 on JOE - Joe's own editor

    I'm using bash 3.2.57 on Mac OS X 10.11 (El Capitan) which is also the default /bin/sh.

  • Posted a comment on ticket #368 on JOE - Joe's own editor

    Um, killing 'yes' instead of 'joe' from that other terminal might be a wiser course...

  • Created ticket #368 on JOE - Joe's own editor

    joe causes subprocesses to ignore SIGPIPE, causing lockup

  • Created ticket #331 on JOE - Joe's own editor

    joe is hosted on sourceforge

  • Created ticket #330 on JOE - Joe's own editor

    xml.jsf: End of CDATA not detected when CDATA itself ends in ]

  • Posted a comment on ticket #119 on JOE - Joe's own editor

    Of course it would be nice if I actually included the patch. Here it is.

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