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Re: interrupted (C-g) operations: can't runtwo copies of w3m simultaneously!
From: Katsumi Yamaoka <firstname.lastname@example.org> $B$5$s[)$/(B
Subject: [emacs-w3m:03989] Re: interrupted (C-g) operations: can't run two copies of w3m simultaneously!
Date: Thu, 10 Oct 2002 10:01:11 +0900
$B;32,$5$s(B> > sometimes a site doesn't answer or maybe it doesn't exist and w3m
$B;32,$5$s(B> > waits for DNS to time out. so i interrupt this wait with C-g (quit).
$B;32,$5$s(B> > when i now try another link, i get an error-message about w3m-emacs
$B;32,$5$s(B> > not beeing able to run more than one w3m simultaneously.
$B;32,$5$s(B> Type C-c C-g (M-x w3m-process-stop) to kill an asynchronous w3m
$B;32,$5$s(B> process. It's mostly ok, however it may sometimes be
$B;32,$5$s(B> ineffective. In such a case, I kill a w3m buffer to cope with
$B;32,$5$s(B> it. I'm not detailed to this unfortunately, though.
$B$J$K$+$"$C$?$H$-$K(B C-g $B$r2!$9$H$$$&$N$O(B Emacs $B;H$$$N=,@-$_$?$$$J(B
(define-key w3m-mode-map "\C-g" 'w3m-process-stop-and-keyboard-quit)
(defun w3m-process-stop-and-keyboard-quit ()
"w3m-process-stop() $B$7$F(B keyboard-quit() $B$9$k(B"