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I'm using Term::ReadLine::Gnu and have run into a problem with signal handling. Given the script below and a TERM signal sent to the script, the handler for the TERM signal is not triggered until after the enter key is pressed. Using Term::ReadLine:Perl this does not occur.
I've read that Term::ReadLine::Gnu has its own internal signal handlers, but frankly I'm at a loss as to how to work with them.
I've reviewed the Gnu_Variables and tried setting the rl_catch_signals variable to 0, but that didn't help. Ideally, I'd like to work with the Gnu signal handlers, but I'll settle for disabling them too.
To be absolutely specific, I need the TERM handler to trigger after the signal is received instead of waiting for the enter key to be pressed.
Any help or advice is very much appreciated!
In reply to Perl Term::ReadLine::Gnu Signal Handling Difficulties by sgt_b2002