Re: Anything similar to BSD's ctrl-T on Solaris? (SIGINFO)
From: Joerg Schilling (js_at_cs.tu-berlin.de)
Date: 27 Jul 2005 16:38:07 GMT
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Tim Bradshaw <email@example.com> wrote:
>* Joerg Schilling wrote:
>> What BSD does is to copy an idea I did implement for SunOS 20 years ago.
>> "sdd" & "star" did implement this kind of behavior with SIGQUIT since ~ 1985
>> Just use the right programs to get the feature on Solaris ;-)
>That's not the same thing at all. What BSD does (which is borrowed
>from one of the 36 bit OSs I think) is to have special support for
>this in the terminal driver itself, so it works everywhere.
Looks like you missunderstood things.
The BSD utilities just have handlers to SIGINFO (as sdd & star have
handlers for SIGQUIT everywhere else).
The default handler for SIGINFO is discard.
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