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Re: history commands coming out wrong

I'm also getting the messed up history lines.

Linux 2.0.24, zsh 3.0.1

allexport autocd autolist autonamedirs nobeep cdablevars chaselinks correct
extendedglob  lobdots histignoredups histnostore interactive listtypes
login longlistjobs 
markdirs pathdirs pushdminus pushdtohome recexact shinstdin


At 07:48 11/5/96 -0600, Gerald Skerbitz wrote:
>Yes. I'm having the screwed up lines all over the place when going through
>history.  This problem has existed since 2.6-beta8 or so.  It got fixed for a
>release or two (was great in 2.6-beta13) but it appears it's back again.
>3.0.0 Sun Solaris 2.4
>allexport alwaystoend appendhistory autocd automenu autonamedirs autopushd
>nobgnice cdablevars completeinword extendedglob globdots histignoredups
>ignoreeof interactive interactivecomments listtypes menucomplete monitor
>nonomatch pathdirs pushdignoredups pushdminus pushdsilent pushdtohome
>shinstdin zle
> On Mon, 4 Nov 1996, Timothy J Luoma wrote:
>> zsh-3.0.1 compiled fine, but it is still way too slow when drawing  
>> the PROMPT and RPROMPT.
>> Also, using the UP arrow to go back through history commands ends  
>> up with screwed up lines (mangled commands, old and new combined,  
>> etc).
>> Anyone else having similar problems?
>> I'm using Stuart.app 2.6.3+ under NS 3.3 patch1
>> TjL, still using 2.6-beta13
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