>>>> "Charlie" == Charlie Fineman
Charlie> I've had to stop using b32 because of a bunch of
Charlie> regressions in the area of process
Charlie> management. Specifically:
Charlie> 1) interrupt-process no longer seems to kill
Charlie> processes. (either programatically or with C-c C-c in a
Charlie> process buffer). Works fine in b20.
Alas, this is true for NT native XEmacs 21.1.9 as well!
I have tracked this down to the fact that
fails to interrupt the process started via
(kill-process "name") does work for compilation-processes.
Also, interrupt-process works fine if invoked with start-process.
(start-process "sleepy" nil "sleep" "30"))
#<process "sleepy" pid 428 state:run>
Could this have to do with Ben's process fixes?
Gunnar did some process-related work too, I believe.
I hope we can fix this for 21.1.10 native NT.