Aredridel <aredridel / gmail.com> writes:

> On 5/2/05, Aredridel <aredridel / gmail.com> wrote:
>> > One feature i find vi/nvi/vim/whatever is lacking is the ability to have
>> > an interactive shell inside a buffer, i can be in
>> > one xemacs session, and C-X2-C-Xo m-x shell and i have a command prompt
>> > sitting right there, which i can even copy and paste from. I've never
>> > found a way to do this in vi, and i find it much more productive to be
>> > able to do everything from one terminal than constantly switching
>> > backwards and forwards between processes. Just my $0.02 :)
>> 
> That's what C-z is for!
>

Except vim won't interpret that if in insert mode, or is that configurable?

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