serial break is different..
it is suppoesed to break into the d debugger if it receives a "BREAK"
(i.e framing error) in the serial port.
cu ,tip and other such programs have an escape sequence to "send a break"
On Sun, 10 Mar 2002, Glenn Gombert wrote:
> I just rebuilt -current on two development machines I use here at home, the
> serial break "contol-alt-escape" appears to work fine on a stand-alone vox.
> >(1) Is serial break currently broken in -CURRENT
> If I do a 'tip com1' from one box to the other and then do an
> 'control-alt-escape' it breaks into ddd just fine as well :
> >(2) Is serial break currently broken in 'cu'?
> Glenn Gombert
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