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Re: Cygwin version:1.64 Vim:6.3 Problem with vim

On Fri, 1 Apr 2005, Akash Agrawal wrote:

> Hi all,
> I am seeing this problem when I use vim to edit any file with the
> latest installation of cygwin available.

According to your cygcheck output, your Cygwin version is 1.5.13-1.  FWIW,
there is no version 1.64 of Cygwin.

> I open a file using vim.
> Use Ctrl-z to suspend the process. Come back to shell (bash) prompt.
> Use "fg" to go back to the vim process.
> Now my terminal is all screwed up. I cannot edit the file. Typing "j"
> or "k" which should take cursor up or down on the editor gets typed on
> the file. Pressing Ctrl-L prints a special character.
> In short, I cannot edit this file any more. I am attaching cygcheck.out.

Searching the archives for "vim suspend" produces this very recent thread:
<>.  In short: when in
doubt, first search the archives.
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