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Thanks again for the reply. I'll be sure to mention cross positing if it happens again as well.

So I've tested this in two environments and in each, the ctrl-c isn't handled until I press enter. Here are the two environments.

OS: Gentoo Linux 2.6.35 x86_64 Perl: 5.12.4 Term::ReadLine::Gnu: 1.20 readline version: 6.2_p1 OS: Gentoo Linux 3.3.8 x86_64 Perl: 5.16.1 Term::ReadLine::Gnu: 1.20 readline version: 6.2_p1

As an aside, I added the following line as a quick check to make sure I'm using Term::ReadLine::Gnu when testing this on different machines.

print $term->ReadLine."\n";

Again, thanks for your help with this. :)


In reply to Re^4: Perl Term::ReadLine::Gnu Signal Handling Difficulties by sgt_b2002
in thread Perl Term::ReadLine::Gnu Signal Handling Difficulties by sgt_b2002

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