I have this bash script: https://gist.github.com/ORESoftware/06dbb26a48d2ddf48a5a2166834e0836
when I call
ql_acquire_lock in a shell, if I can call
mkdir on a directory, then I acquire that lock. When I call
ql_release_lock, it removes that directory, simple stuff.
ql_acquire_lock is called, it calls:
trap ql_on_trap EXIT trap ql_on_trap SIGHUP trap ql_on_trap 0
if any of those signals are received, in theory, then
ql_release_lock will get called:
the problem I have is when I close a terminal window, my script does NOT capture the SIGHUP or 0 signal. When the user issues SIGINT, my
trap is invoked, most certainly by EXIT. But when the user closes the terminal window (I believe that should send a SIGHUP) my script's
trap does not capture the signal. Anyone know why that would be?