So, today I was about to sync some message deletes by pressing '$' (i.e. shift-4), when mutt told me "Caught signal 3... Exiting." Yay. That was definitely not what I wanted. I had a vague memory that on some systems, the default setting for stty quit might have been mapped to one of the modifier keys + something in the number row, so I started messing with keyboard combinations similar to that. NOTE: on my system, stty says quit is mapped to ^\, which is the default for Linux. I confirmed that ^\ does indeed generate a SIGQUIT, as expected. I found that ^4 causes Mutt to receive SIGQUIT. Then I tried some other terminal-oriented program, and pressing ^4 there also generated a SIGQUIT. Can anyone explain this? -- Derek D. Martin http://www.pizzashack.org/ GPG Key ID: 0xDFBEAD02 -=-=-=-=- This message is posted from an invalid address. Replying to it will result in undeliverable mail due to spam prevention. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Description: PGP signature