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Re: prompts with newlines get printed twice
Thanks for your time Bart.
I have tested your workaround and it does seem to work! This seems better
because there is no need to wrap the prompt directive in a function or any
of that stuff.
I saw your post on the workers mailing list, thanks again for taking the
time to look into it. Hopefully now that you've brought attention to this it
could be discussed by people more knowledgeable with the zsh source and
perhaps even get it fixed.
For now I'm glad I have a workaround I can use in .zshrc at least :)
On Sun, Sep 25, 2011 at 3:13 PM, Bart Schaefer <schaefer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>wrote:
> On Sep 24, 4:24pm, Jorge Israel Pena wrote:
> } So are there any known workarounds? Or is this something that would
> } have to be fixed in zsh itself?
> Until a few minutes ago I'd have said it was something that needed to
> be fixed in Terminal, but I may have found a zsh bug that's behind it
> all. I've sent a possible fix to zsh-workers for discussion.
> On Sep 24, 5:14pm, Jorge Israel Pena wrote:
> } Hey guys. I have extracted what I felt were the relevant parts from my
> } previously posted link. Like I said, I am no zsh expert (In fact I'm
> } completely new to it) so I don't know if this is right or if there are
> } more efficient, better ways of doing this.
> } Source: https://gist.github.com/1240023
> } I tested it various times and it seems to be working perfectly.
> I don't find any evidence that this helps except possibly by waiting to
> change the prompt until the first time the WINCH is received, which
> would avoid the startup-time double prompt. I still get the prompt
> printed multiple times if I later resize the window.
> trap 'tput cuu1' WINCH
> (that is, move up one line on each WINCH signal) might work around it
> for you. If your prompt has more than two lines, you'll need to move
> up one less than the number of lines in the prompt.
- Jorge Israel Peña
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