tcsh has a run-fg-editor option. it allows this to happen:
% vi file.c
(press ^z in vi)
% (press ^z at shell prompt)
(back in vi)
i know, you cool emacs people can run make in another buffer and call
doctor on the output. yeah, yeah, yeah.
this isn't native in zsh, but in zsh 4.x and some late 3.x's, you can
zle -N run-fg-editor
bindkey '^z' run-fg-editor
btw, you can't just enter this into you .zshrc and expect it to work.
you have to resource your .zshrc or paste in the commands. guess what
i just had to do?
ah, the downside of xterms being open for weeks upon weeks.
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