Subject: Re: bin/10116: vi somewhat easily confused by suspension
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From: Julian Coleman <J.D.Coleman@newcastle.ac.uk>
Date: 05/31/2000 15:03:20
> I don't think it so matters, but keypad is automatically disabled
> by endwin(), isn't it?
Yes ... but vi doesn't use endwin() here!
> Anyway, we should re-enable the keypad on entering visual mode.
> If the child process wants to use keypad keys, it takes care by itself,
> and probably it will leave the terminal in "keypad disabled" state.
Agreed. As you surmise, ":!vi" leaves the original vi in "keypad disabled"
state. This also happens in 1.79. I'll look into this.
> > Also, perhaps it
> > would be nice to get the shell prompt back on a new line instead of :
> > Press any key to continue [: to enter more ex commands]: aire:njdc bash$
> > when vi exits and I didn't press <return> at the prompt.
> Yeah. :-)
I think this is simple to do, so I'll do it too.
My other computer also runs NetBSD