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# Test spawning a subshell from a multi-line command, where the last
# prompt displayed is a secondary prompt. GDB used to have a bug
# where in this case the subshell would start with the wrong terminal
# settings. See PR python/17372.
# The subshell's prompt.
set shell_prompt "gdb-subshell$ "
set shell_prompt_re [string_to_regexp $shell_prompt]
# Point HOME nowhere to avoid the shell sourcing the user's init
# scripts.
set shell_cmd "HOME=/dev/null /bin/sh"
set test "spawn subshell from multi-line"
gdb_test_multiple "if 1\nshell ${shell_cmd}\nend\nPS1=\"$shell_prompt\"" $test {
-re "PS1=\[^\r\n\]*\r\n$shell_prompt_re$" {
pass $test
# Now check that shell input works and that echo is enabled.
set test "shell input works"
send_gdb "echo foo\n"
gdb_expect {
-re "^echo foo\r\nfoo\r\n$shell_prompt_re$" {
pass $test
timeout {
fail "$test (timeout)"
# Exit the subshell, back to GDB
gdb_test "exit" ".*" "exit shell"
# Check that we restore input in GDB correctly.
gdb_test "print 1" "^print 1\r\n.. = 1" "gdb input still works"