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Re: Some programs (vi, ssh) crash when screen buffer height is big

> I'm not in the mood of retyping the POSIX standard for you.

But you are obviously always in the mood to be unhelpful...

> I'm personally acquainted with the creator of ConEmu and he's not working for Microsoft.

And this breaks without ConEmu. If you forget I said that I use ConEmu
and run my example in a native Microsoft-made console, it will break.
So please clarify to me how this has to do with ConEmu?

> Yet again, Cygwin tools themselves and terminal you use them in is two perpendicular things.

So are Cygwin tools and airplanes. Or Cygwin tools and stick figures.
What's your point?

> You know, what I can say about it?
> - Doctor, when I twist my finger this way, it hurts!
> - Don't twist your finger this way.

If you took a few minutes to think, you'd understand that in this case
I have two choices - use mintty and have no breaks or use ConEmu and
have breaks. The continuation of your imaginary dialogue above would

- But doctor, it hurts any way I move my finger!

What would the doctor say, stop using your finger?

> If, having better alternative, you still cling to the native console, you're the sole responsibility of all that happens to you.

So you decided by the powers vested in you that mintty is better than
ConEmu? That's oustanding...

I cannot find a single thing you contributed to this thread, except
trying to point out how dumb I must be. This will be my last post to
you, I fed the troll in you much more than I should have.

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