Bug#479375: asterisk console screws up terminal subtly when exited with ctrl-c
tzafrir.cohen at xorcom.com
Sun May 4 14:48:44 UTC 2008
On Sun, May 04, 2008 at 02:56:49PM +0100, martin f krafft wrote:
> Package: asterisk
> Version: 1.4.11~dfsg-3.4652
> Severity: minor
> Exiting an asterisk -r session with ctrl-c leaves the terminal
> slightly messed up. When normally, ctrl-d exits the shell, it now
> does tab completion, as if something's already on the buffer.
> wall:~# asterisk -r
> *** CTRL-C pressed here ***
> *** CTRL-D pressed here***
> zsh: do you wish to see all 1670 possibilities (835 lines)? n
That's a nice one. This seems to be triggered by the combination of zsh
and asterisk. It is cleared by issuing 'stty sane'.
I tried comparing the output of 'stty -a' at the following:
1. Clear start ("sane")
2. Starting Asterisk from zsh and pressing ctrl-C ("zshbad")
3. Starting Asterisk from bash and pressing ctrl-C ("bashbad").
No noticable differences between "sane" and "bashbad". The differences
between "sane" and "zshbad" are:
eof ^D <undef>
rprnt ^R <undef>
werase ^W <undef>
lnext ^V <undef>
I figure this issue is triggered by ^D not defined.
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