Re: The Links/Links2/ELinks browsers are unusable on Debian GNU/Hurd
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Re: The Links/Links2/ELinks browsers are unusable on Debian GNU/Hurd
- From: Fabienne Ducroquet <email@example.com>
- Date: Fri, 14 Dec 2007 19:56:33 +0100
- Message-id: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- References: <20071213203434.GA7309@gmail.com>
Le Thu, 13 Dec 2007 21:34:35 +0100, Fabienne Ducroquet
<email@example.com> a écrit :
> [ CC'ed to
messages from non-suscribers need are moderated
> and firstname.lastname@example.org ]
... which rejects automatically all messages from non-suscribers.
> All the keys hit while the program was running are interpreted by the
> shell after I killed the program.
That means that the commands are not received by the program, the file
dev-intro.txt provided with ELinks states:
The `select()` loop
At the heart of ELinks is the `select()` loop which is entered
after all module have been initialised. It runs until ELinks is
shutdown. The `select()` loop handles detecting status changes
to registered file descriptors, and calls the registered
handlers. It is part of the lowest layer in shown in the figure,
and is defined in `src/main/select.h`. It provides two
set_handlers(file-descriptor, read-handler, write-handler,
This function registers the read, write and error
handlers for the given file descriptor. The handlers
will be called with data as the only argument if the
status of the file descriptor changes. Any of the passed
handlers maybe be `NULL` if no handling is required for
the specific status change.
Unregister all handlers for the given file descriptor.
Maybe there is something which does not work in the set_handlers
function then? My programming skills are too low to know if it is that.
elinks -remote does not work either: elinks -remote ping() returns 0,
elinks -remote openURL(some_URL) returns 0 but does nothing that I can
see, according to the log of outgoing requests there is no request to
access to the given URL, so the command is probably lost I don't know