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Re: zle-line-finish behavior and documentation

On 2016-01-14 18:22:56 -0800, Bart Schaefer wrote:
> On Jan 14,  3:56pm, Vincent Lefevre wrote:
> }
> } BTW, is there something similar executed when the command line is
> } aborted?
> There's not.  All you can do is test [[ -n $ZLE_LINE_ABORTED ]] when
> you get back to zle-line-init.

OK, but if the goal is to reset the previous prompt, that's too late.
There would also be other two problems:
1) $ZLE_LINE_ABORTED gets empty when one does Ctrl-C on an empty line.
2) $ZLE_LINE_ABORTED is not reset when a command line is not aborted.

FYI, I currently have:

  zle reset-prompt

in zle-line-finish() to update the time. However that's mainly useful
to have the correct time when I started some command. After doing
Ctrl-C on the command line, this is less useful.

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