digitalmars.D - piping on Windows
"zebrazebra" <zebra serengeti.plains> writes:
Sorry, would prefer not to create bugzilla account. Was this fixed? https://issues.dlang.org/show_bug.cgi?id=3425 (per comments it is). I still have the issue. Also the process seems to exit with a status code of 0 even after having an exception and terminating (vs a Java program that exits with a non-zero exit code if terminating on uncaught exception). Again this is on 64 bit Windows 8, using cygwin, dmd 2.067.1 32bit (DMD32 D Compiler v2.067.1). $ word_count.exe < hamlet.txt | head 1044 the 730 and 679 of 648 to 511 I 478 a 444 my 401 you 398 in 358 Ham. std.exception.ErrnoException C:\D\dmd2\windows\bin\..\..\src\phobo \std\stdio.d(2337): (Bad file descriptor) ---------------- 0x00405820 0x00405F1F 0x00405ED3 0x00405EBD 0x00405A52 0x004059BE 0x00404D4A 0x0040494F 0x004048A6 0x004021D2 0x0040C22A 0x0040C1FF 0x0040C117 0x00407A13 0x77647C04 in BaseThreadInitThunk 0x77E1AD1F in RtlInitializeExceptionChain 0x77E1ACEA in RtlInitializeExceptionChain Failed to flush stdout: Bad file descriptor
May 12 2015
"Kagamin" <spam here.lot> writes:
The bug was fixed for reading, you have a similar problem with writing: head exits and closes the pipes before your program writes all it needs.
May 15 2015