I know in Unix we can use Ctrl+z and
fg to switch between shell and Vim. But how to do that in powershell?
There is a question about Ctrl+z and
fg in Powershell is there an analog bash ctrl-z in powershell.
But the answer
psjob doesn't work as desired in this case.
When I type
!psjob, it does return to the command line, but any key strokes will bring it back to Vim. So I can't really execute any command.
Does any one know if there is a solution for this?