Windows NT vs Unix as an Operating System
Windows NT was not designed to support 'dumb terminals' as a primary emphasis, so the concept of terminal process groups and associated semantics are not implemented. Applications making assumptions about groups of applications (for example, killing the parent process kills all child processes), will have to investigate the GenerateConsoleCtrlEvent API, which provides a mechanism to signal groups of applications controlled by a parent process using the CREATE_NEW_PROCESS_GROUP flag in the CreateProcess API.
Programs making assumptions about the layout of processes in memory (GNU EMACS, for example, which executes, then 'dumps' the image of variables in memory to disk, which is subsequently 'overlayed' on start-up to reduce initialisation time), especially the relationship of code segments to data and stack, will likely require modification. Generally, practices such as these are used to get around some operating system limitation or restriction. At this level, a rethinking of the structure of that part of the application is generally in order, to examine supported alternatives to the 'hack' that was used (perhaps memory mapped files for particular cases like this).…
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