Cygwin: fhandler_termios::tcsetpgrp: check that argument is non-negative
Return -1 with EINVAL if pgid < 0. Previously tcsetpgrp() would blindly go ahead and set the pgid of the controlling terminal to a negative value, causing later calls to various functions to fail. For example, gdb has code like the following: tcsetpgrp (0, getpgid (inf->pid)); If getpgid (inf->pid) fails (returns -1), then this code would set the pgid of fd 0 to -1, so that some later calls to getpgid() would also return -1. This caused the problem reported here: https://cygwin.com/ml/cygwin/2019-07/msg00166.html.
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