Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 6072
vi terminates with extra 'c'
Last modified: 2008-05-01 11:37:52 EDT
When I use vi (minimal version or vim), after quitting,
there is an extraneous 'c' before the prompt in the
terminal window. This happens if I just quit without
having entered any text. If I start vi and then use
Ctrl-z and kill the job, there is no 'c'.
FWIW I can't reproduce this problem on sparc or i386.
What type of terminal window?
What termcap entry are you using?
How are you quitting /bin/vi?
What shell? Are you overriding the prompt in any unusal way?
------- Additional Comments From 10/19/99 14:58 -------
I see the same bug Terminal window -- gnome-terminal only -- does not
happen with xterm
quit /bin/vi with :wq or :q
prompt overriding with PS1="bash@\h\\$ "
I have reproduced this bug in gnome-terminal.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 7043 ***