GHCI crashes without error message

Simon Marlow simonmar at
Thu Apr 28 04:45:53 EDT 2005

On 27 April 2005 18:11, Tony Finch wrote:

> On Wed, 27 Apr 2005, Lemmih wrote:
>> From the Network documentation
>> On Unix, when reading from a socket and the writing end is closed by
>> the remote client, the program is normally sent a SIGPIPE signal by
>> the operating system.
> Um, that's the wrong way round. In the situation described above the
> program gets EOF. SIGPIPE is generated when the program *writes* to a
> socket whose other end has been closed.

Thanks, well spotted.  I've updated that comment.


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