/usr/bin/ee takes full cpu time when you kill the shell on which ee was started
How-To-Repeat: on shell 1:
on shell 2:
kill -9 'pid-of-shell1'
you will see the ee process from shell 1 going to the top of top ;)
On 17-Aug-2001 Oliver Lehmann wrote:
| /usr/bin/ee takes full cpu time when you kill the shell on which ee was
You might want to take this up with the EasyEditor author, Hugh F. Mahon
<email@example.com>. We can then update our source from the authors source.
Mike Heffner <mheffner@[acm.]vt.edu>
Fredericksburg, VA <mikeh@FreeBSD.org>
hugh has fixed the problem. the new source is available under
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Thank you for letting me know about this. I've added
some code to check for the parent process going away. Seems
like things should be easier than this but I don't know off
the top of my head.
I have put the version with changes to address the
Please give this version a try and see if it solves
the problem. (I was able to reproduce the defect on Linux, but
don't have a FreeBSD system set up with which to verify the fix.)
Once you let me know that this works I'll move it to the
regular location for sources, and also make similar changes to
aee. (And if you tell me it doesn't work it'll be back to the
drawing board :-( ).
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I've tested it on my system at it worked
Dup of 29553 which is fixed in -current and -stable. It still might make
sense to update to ee-1.4.4 but the committed fix was simple.