erl; Linux; and tty reset
Wed Apr 21 01:16:51 CEST 1999
I wrote a small program (many thanks to the author of the urlget
module). I run it from the command line with the following command:
erl -s htmlhammer start # # URL -s erlang halt
This seems to work okay except for one minor annoyance--every time erl
"halts", the pseudo-terminal get "hosed up" and I need to do a reset or
stty sane to fix it.
It's not critical, but I was wondering if there was anyway around this
problem. The only other thing I've ever seen do this (_very_
periodically) is a botched xemacs startup when using the -nw option.
Another minor question: is there a module performing the common (I
presume) idiom of:
%%IOW, is there an
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