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Re: [SLUG] vim lockup
- To: John Ferlito <johnf@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [SLUG] vim lockup
- From: Geoffrey Robertson <hector@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed May 16 22:17:02 2001
- Cc: slug@xxxxxxxxxxx
- Reply-to: hector@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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On Wed, May 16, 2001 at 01:11:53PM +1000, John Ferlito wrote:
> On Wed, May 16, 2001 at 02:56:57PM +1100, Michael Lake wrote:
> > But what interests me is why does it lockup. In my vim here when I press
> > Ctrl-X Ctrl-S nothing happens. Vim is fine.
> It depends on your terminal. The lock up is happening because Ctrl-S is
> scroll lock. It's not a vim thing it's just a general vt-100 terminal
> thing. eg it will happen in a console as well. A simple Ctrl-Q should
> turn scroll lock off, or you can try pressing the scroll lock key.
> John Ferlito
okay... I'm on to the C-Q to un pause teh terminal. but. When vim is
in insert mode the C-X does something else. and what ever it is it
puts this on the vi mini buffer:
-- ^X mode (^E/^Y/^L/^]/^F/^I/^K/^D/^N/^P) --
to which my autonomic nervous system responds with a random assortment
of C-G, ESC C-Q's etc. By the time my brain kicks in it's all locked up.
Just thought there may be a universal back out like C-G in emacs.