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Allow forwarding of CLTR-C (SIGINT) to the remote process. #823

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@geertj geertj commented Jan 16, 2013

This feature is controlled by the env.remote_interupt variable. The default
value is None, which means that it depends on the value of the "invoke_shell"
parameter.

If no PTY is allocated, then remote interrupts will always be disabled.

If remote interrupts are enabled, then a CTRL-C pressed on the local terminal will deliver a SIGINT to the remote process, rather than terminating the local Fabric IO loop.

This feature is controlled by the env.remote_interupt variable. The default
value is None, which means that it depends on the value of the "invoke_shell"
parameter.

If no PTY is allocated, then remote interrupts will always be disabled.
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@bitprophet bitprophet commented Jan 28, 2013

Thanks a lot, this looks good. I need to test it out myself, & it needs at least a cursory mention in the docs (usage/interactivity probably, and usage/env for the setting) + a changelog entry. I'll probably do that myself soon.

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