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RE: Cygwin 1.7 ssh and window size

> Date: Fri, 4 Sep 2009 10:14:01 -0400
> From: cgf
> Subject: Re: Cygwin 1.7 ssh and window size
> On Sun, Aug 30, 2009 at 11:05:58PM -0700, Karl M wrote:
>>My first email had a cygcheck and the following steps to reproduce the
>>I just noticed the following with Cygwin 1.7, and ssh (and vi in this
>>example), on Vista Business SP2.
>>If I (1) open a bash cygwin window from the normal installed shortcut
>>(2) drag the bottom edge of the window down to enlarge it.
>>(3) ssh localhost (or to another host).
>>(4) edit a file with vi.
>>Then only a portion of the window is used, the size of the original
>>window before enlarging it.
>>If I (5) exit vi, and exit the ssh session.
>>(6) ssh localhost (or to another host).
>>(7) edit a file with vi.
>>Then the entire window is used for editing.
> As I mentioned in another thread, Cygwin's handling of console window
> size changes is not perfect. It is hampered by what Windows provides.
> I don't see any difference between Cygwin 1.5 and Cygwin 1.7 in this
> regard and I would not have expected any since there were no changes
> in that part of the code.
Hi Christopher...
I do not see this effect on my Cygwin 1.5 system, only on my 1.7 system.
And the second ssh I do from the window, without resizing again, does
not have the problem.
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