in reply to Re^3: pipe fork win32in thread pipe fork win32
I am going to use this solution, it seems the most reliable (compared to guessing the IO buffer size of day).
The string x nnn wasn't really intended as a solution, just a demonstration of the cause.
Switching to line buffering for 'interactive communications' is the solution.
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