When I run Gnu Emacs under cygwin on Windows and I press "ctrl-x ctrl-c" to exit
I get the message: ctrl-x ctrl-g is undefined. : However, when I run ... up vote 3
down vote accepted. I think you want to put set CYGWIN=tty in your cygwin.bat.
See http://www.cygwin.com/cygwin-ug-net/setup-env.html. Or you could try
running emacs under rxvt. Or you could do what I do, which is use "native" win32
If so, it is probably using pipes instead ptys to start bash, hence no job control, no
foreground process group (eg. gdb) to receive your signals. I remember having
similar issues and tried emacs on cygwin, but it is way slower ...
They have explicitly separated primary selection and middle mouse button paste
from clipboard copy/paste. Unfortunately for me, using native (not cygwin!) Emacs
24.2.1 under MS Windows, this messes up the way I want to ...
Jul 16, 2018 ... I solved this by unticking the option "enable ctrl key shortcuts" in the terminal
options. find the setting by -> right ... then have your terminal program paste the
contents of your clipboard (which can often be done by using Ctrl-V).
Found a solution, posting it here for posterity. Add the following lines to ~/.inputrc
( C:\cygwin\home\<username>\.inputrc ): "\e[1;5C": forward-word # ctrl + right "\e[1
;5D": backward-word # ctrl + left. When done you can press C-x C-r to re-read ...
Only the Windows console (cmd.exe) treats M-RET in that fashion; run your shell,
and Emacs, in a proper terminal emulator such as mintty or rxvt , to solve the
problem and get a much more pleasant experience besides. ( mintty comes with
Jun 14, 2016 ... Description When exit Emacs normally using Ctrl-x Ctrl-c, Emacs will freeze.
Then I need to press Ctrl-x (kill process) in Cygwin terminal to let Emacs continue
the closing process... Then Emacs will close normally. When using ...
May 1, 2008 ... I come from a Windows background where Cut/Copy/Paste are almost always
CTRL+X/C/V respectively. I like this consistency, so adjusting to Cygwin's (or
other *nix environments') use of SHIFT+INSERT or the middle mouse ...