On Windows 10, I have emacs under cygwin which works well. In particular, I am running GAP in emacs using gap-mode and everything is OK.

Now to use some other apps, I was forced to install another emacs under mingw64, and want to switch to it. GAP works there too, except for one nuisance: the first line of the interactive output is not shown. For example, Print("x"); produces no output at all, while Print("\nx"); outputs x.

Can you advise how to debug this situation? How to find what is wrong and how to repair it?

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