I was slightly confused by:
% vim tmp zsh: suspended vim tmp % kill %1 % jobs  + suspended vim tmp % kill -SIGINT %1 % jobs  + suspended vim tmp % kill -INT %1 % jobs  + suspended vim tmp
So I resigned to just "do it myself" and wonder why later:
% fg  - continued vim tmp Vim: Caught deadly signal TERM Vim: Finished. zsh: terminated vim tmp %
Makes sense really, now that I think about it, that
vim has to be running in order for it's signal handler to be told to quit, and to do so.
But obviously not what I intended.
Is there a way to "wake and quit" in a single command? i.e., a built-in alias for
kill %N && fg %N?
Why does resuming in the background not work? If I
bg instead of
fg, Vim stays alive until I
fg, which sort of breaks my above intuition.