I’m used to hitting Ctrl-C at a root prompt on linux to “clear the line”, or to interrupt a running macro. It brings me back to an empty root prompt. Under windows, though, it kills the root process: “CTRL-C hit !!! ROOT is terminated !”. Is there a setting that I can change to get the same behaviour? Could the linux behaviour also be used for windows?
I added it, but …
[quote=“Valeriy Onuchin”]I added it, but …
[/quote]When? I can’t find it in the cvs log. “2004-05-04 16:47 brun” is the last entry.
[quote=“Valeriy Onuchin”]That works if ROOT is started from
DOS prompt[/quote]This is what I did, and it didn’t work. Could you try it with current cvs, build=debug, please?
I’m checking debug version.
I have slow pc (that requires >50 min) to recompile ROOT.
Could you try it with current cvs, build=nodebug, please?
Thanks. Regards. Valeriy
okay, I can confirm that ^C is now captured both in debug and release mode, and the behaviour is the same as on linux. Great, thanks!
Hi Axel, thanks.
Just more info. To interrupt ROOT session (previous Ctrl-C behavior)
Ctrl-Break key combination could be used (on most keyboards
"Break" is the same as “Pause” key)