I know there's a number of ways you can suspend a Neovim/Vim session.
One way being CTRL-Z to jump back into the command prompt, and press
fg and ENTER to go back into your Neovim/Vim session.
However....Doing this on Windows seems to freeze my console entirely to the point where I have to end the process by force. I don't want to use the
:! command in neovim because that's not what I'm trying to do, and the
:sus command essentially does the same thing as CTRL-Z.
Is there a way to do this on Windows ? I know for sure that it can be done on Linux, and from a little research apparently CTRL-Z means end of input on DOS/Windows machines.
EDIT: 3/12/18 Also, as additional info I used both ConEmu and the default Windows command line
:sus command seems to get it to work fine in regular vanilla Vim 8.0 in combination with
exit, but that's only in regular Vim. CTRL-Z also works as well if I edit my
_vimrc to get rid of source
behave mswin. I still will like this to be able to work in neovim