ffmpeg.exe on Windows does not respond properly to Ctrl+Break
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In addition to SIGINT, on Windows it is common to send a different signal, SIGBREAK, which has similar effects. This can be triggered by pressing Ctrl+Break or by another process sending a signal.
New process groups on WIn32 usually ignore SIGINT; it is customary to stop a process in a separate process group by sending SIGBREAK.
The attached patch makes ffmpeg.exe respond to SIGBREAK in the same way it does SIGINT, using the WIndows console "control event" handler.
Change History (8)
Changed 5 years ago by joewreschnig
comment:1 Changed 5 years ago by cehoyos
- Keywords win added
- Status changed from new to open
- Version changed from unspecified to git-master