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15969vim loops while suspended

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  • Wichert Akkerman
    Oct 31, 2000
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      Vim behaves a bit suboptimal if you suspend it: an strace shows
      that it enters a busy loop doing the following:

      --- SIGTTOU (Syopped (tty output)) ---
      --- SIGTTOU (Syopped (tty output)) ---
      ioctl(0, SNCTL_TMR_START, {B38400 opost -isig -icanon -echo ...}_ = ? ERESTARSYS (To be restarted)
      --- SIGTTOU (Syopped (tty output)) ---
      --- SIGTTOU (Syopped (tty output)) ---
      ioctl(0, SNCTL_TMR_START, {B38400 opost -isig -icanon -echo ...}_ = ? ERESTARSYS (To be restarted)

      (SNCTL_TMR_START is actually TCSETS, there is an overlap in ioctl
      numbering there).

      I can't help but think there has to be a better approach.

      Wichert.

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