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From: solotim <solotim...@gmail.com>
Date: 2011/5/9
Subject: Re: Question: how to interrupt a process by pressing Ctrl-C in tmux?
To: Robin Lee Powell <rlpow...@digitalkingdom.org>

Thank you for the quick response.
So, do you mean there is no way to solve this problem in the near
future? Do the developers have any plan on this?


2011/5/9 Robin Lee Powell <rlpow...@digitalkingdom.org>:
> On Mon, May 09, 2011 at 09:31:05AM +0800, solotim wrote:
>> I've been enjoying tmux for couple of weeks. There is a problem
>> baffled me a lot and I don't know how to bypass it.
>> Say, I have a long txt file, and I 'cat file.txt' in tmux, then
>> the tmux will be busy to take over the output. If I press Ctrl-C
>> at this time, it just doesn't work.
> This is an output buffering and/or SSH issue, and it's just about
> the one thing that really makes tmux a problem for me.  GNU screen
> didn't have this problem, so I know it's fixable, but unfortunately
> (unlike the copy & paste stuff that I submitted a bunch of patches
> for), it's so far from my area of expertise that I don't feel at all
> comfortable trying to hack a solution together.
> -Robin
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