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Re: Bug Report: Interactive Mode Glitches

Yes, I run with a tabbed emulator (terminator) and just the one tab closes,
sorry that wasn't clear. I will try running zsh from inside zsh and see
what I come up with.

I'm mostly on FC20, but I've also observed this on recent Ubuntu versions.

On Sat, Oct 24, 2015 at 4:56 PM, Daniel Shahaf <d.s@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

> Nir Friedman wrote on Sat, Oct 24, 2015 at 16:45:23 -0400:
> > Hi Daniel,
> >
> > My apologies, I only realized upon rereading this that I completely
> omitted
> > a description of what happened! What happens is that it crashes the zsh
> > process. So if you are running zsh by simply calling it from bash, it
> > reverts to the bash process. If (more typically) you are running the zsh
> > process directly in your terminal emulator, it crashes that window of the
> > terminal emulator.
> >
> What probably happens is not that the terminal emulator crashes, but
> that it closes because the shell exited (abnormally).  Try instructing
> the terminal emulator to remain open after the process in the pty exits
> (such as with tmux's remain-on-exit option), or using a tabbed terminal
> emulator, to see this.
> > I'm not sure if zsh is killed by signal or some other mechanism.
> Try running zsh from another zsh instance.  If the nested zsh crashes,
> the outer zsh will tell you that:
>     % zsh
>     tarsus% kill -11 $$
>     [1]    17214 segmentation fault  zsh
>     % echo $?
>     137
> I'm not sure what to say about the rest of your email, so I'll leave it
> to others on list.  Incidentally, what OS / distro are you on?
> Cheers,
> Daniel

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