Ar an seachtú lá de mí Feabhra, scríobh Stephen J. Turnbull:
Michael Sperber writes:
> Hi Jerry,
> for a while now, gnuserv has been broken: gnuclient would exit
> immediately rather than waiting for the user to press C-x #.
I don't see this on Linux, and I use gnuclient multiple times every
I may be seeing this something related on Mac OS X though (gnuserv
exits when gnuclient does, I think, and I have to start a new one). I
rarely use gnuclient on Mac (this phenomenon has only been observed
when typing into a shell on the wrong host ;-) so this hasn't bothered
me enough even to confirm.
I’ve been seeing this, and reverting the close() part of the changeset fixes
it for me. I hadn’t got to working out exactly what was going on, thanks for
doing so, Mike!
‘Tramadol is further fed to cattle […] when working them […] (as draft
animals) so that the animals do not get tired quickly. …’
— Angewandte Chemie, Sept 2014, describing the social context of
(synthetic) tramadol having been found in Cameroon tree roots.
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