|Subject:||Would like POSIX EOF character to be recognised as quit signal|
In many interactive applications, I'm used to entering ^D to mark the end of my input at the terminal. This is the default POSIX EOF character, and is presented to the application as a zero-length string (as distinct from a string containing \n). I would like to be able to do this in CLIF applications. I expect I could override is_quit_signal(), but should CLIF recognise EOF by default?