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I'm using archlinux with zsh and vim 7.3 ( https://gist.github.com/4114299 ). I'm not using tmux/screen.

Whenever I open a file (with plugins enabled) or try execute a shell command (using :!)/editing a file with no plugins enabled, my vim session suspends and I have to use the fg command to respawn my session. Either way, vim keeps suspending itself without me doing anything.

I never had that problem before and I can't reproduce the problem with gvim. The problem is only vim related.

Here are my vim files: https://github.com/marcosdsanchez/.vim/

And this is the vimrc file I'm using on my project: https://gist.github.com/2d64b3f258b14b486284

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The problem was this line in my vimrc file:

set shellcmdflag=-ic

Erasing that fixed my problem.

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