vi fails to suspend on the latest Cygwin
Tue Sep 16 00:55:00 GMT 2003
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FWIW, the same problem was was reported more comprehensively in
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monitor that thread for replies and/or solutions.
On Mon, 15 Sep 2003, Dai Itasaka wrote:
> The output of "cygcheck -svr" contains too much private information
> for me to disclose to public.
> I'm doing all this in a shell window, which is pointed by Start->Cygwin
> ->Cygwin bash shell. I created a similar link that says "Cygwin tcsh shell"
> which invokes tcsh instead of bash. I use tcsh usually.
> There are two appearances of cygwin in setup.log because I forced it
> by selecting "reinstall" in cygwin_setup for the second time.
> 2003/09/15 13:07:23 Installing file://C:\temp\cygwin_setup_dir/http%3a%2f%2fmirr
> 2003/09/15 14:04:22 Installing file://C:\temp\cygwin_setup_dir/http%3a%2f%2fmirr
> Vim was 6.2-1 before, 6.2-3 now.
> 2003/06/30 10:06:25 Installing file://C:\temp\cygwin_setup_dir/http%3a%2f%2fmirr
> 2003/09/12 14:25:11 Installing file://C:\temp\cygwin_setup_dir/http%3a%2f%2fmirr
> ) -----Original Message-----
> ) From: Igor Pechtchanski [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> ) Sent: Monday, September 15, 2003 3:33 PM
> ) To: Dai Itasaka
> ) Cc: email@example.com
> ) Subject: Re: vi fails to suspend on the latest Cygwin
> ) On Mon, 15 Sep 2003, Dai Itasaka wrote:
> ) > I apologize if my previous post may have caused any inconvenience.
> ) > Here I come again.
> ) >
> ) > I'm using Cygwin version 184.108.40.206 now. I did cygwin_setup on last Friday.
> ) > Before that, pressing ctrl-Z in vi had never been a problem for a long time.
> ) >
> ) > If I press ctrl-Z, the screen goes back to whatever it was before
> ) > starting vi (as expected), but no shell prompt appears. No key typing is
> ) > accepted at this point and I have to close the shell window and restart.
> ) > If I do a ps on another shell window, I see vim marked as 'S'.
> ) >
> ) > I tried both on tcsh and on bash. Exactly the same thing happens.
> ) >
> ) > Typing ":suspend" instead of pressing ctrl-Z in vi is no difference.
> ) Dai,
> ) This post doesn't contain much more useful information than the previous
> ) one. Please (re)read <http://cygwin.com/problems.html>, particularly the
> ) part about attaching (as an uncompressed text *attachment*) the output of
> ) "cygcheck -svr". Where do you get this problem (i.e., in the command
> ) shell, in rxvt, in xterm, etc)? It would also help if you looked in
> ) /var/log/setup.log to find out the previous version of Cygwin and vim you
> ) had installed (you can simply run
> ) for i in cygwin vim; do
> ) grep "Installing.*$i-[0-9]" /var/log/setup.log | tail -2
> ) done
> ) and post the output).
> ) Igor
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