I've seen plenty of questions on how to copy-paste in and out of windows bash. Answers range from tough luck to using screen, which may not be for everyone. This is even worse for vim users, since you can't effectively use the clipboard to paste code into vim properly (a regular non-vim paste such as right click will cause many formatting issues).
It recently occurred to me there are quite a few emulators which work nicely as a Linux user expects - putty, git bash, I think cygwin as well but I haven't used that in ages.
This will allow this much wanted functionality -
shift-insert pasting and an easy mark copy, plus allowing
vim to access the clipboard via the
Does anyone have an idea on how to make windows bash use one of these as a terminal, even from within, as another process?
To be clear, I know of all the workarounds (quick edit mode, using screen, etc...). Screen is probably the best. I'm looking for specifically using the terminal from some other program as an alternative, since this would be a true solution (if possible of course!).