I've been trying to get Vim to remap CTRL+S (or ^S) to
:w by editing my
.vimrc file, however it doesn't work.
This is my current
nmap <c-s> :w<CR> imap <c-s> <Esc>:w<CR> imap <c-s> <Esc><c-s>
I read that CTRL+S can run a command which freezes the terminal, however I don't seem to experience this.
If I do press CTRL+S, nothing happens. If I then do ESC and
:q I'm informed that I haven't already saved changes.
:current tells me that
user vimrc file: "$HOME/.vimrc".