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Brian Millar
@brianmillar
lseek(3, 0, SEEK_END) = 9223372036854775807
mmap(NULL, 9223372036854779904, PROT_READ|PROT_WRITE, MAP_PRIVATE|MAP_ANONYMOUS, -1, 0) = -1 ENOMEM (Cannot allocate memory)
this shows what happened
Now that its working its pretty nice, thanks for creating the prompt guys and sorry for wasring your time :)
*wasting
Mathias Fredriksson
@mafredri
I'm glad you got it sorted out, wouldn't have had the slightest idea where to start 😀
No worries, its great that you're enjoying the theme. Also, if you feel you stumbled upon a Zsh bug, it would be great if you sent a report to the zsh-workers mailing list ☺
Brian Millar
@brianmillar
I'll not submit anything until I do more research, its unclear who's to blame for such weird behavior it might even be a kernel bug
Brian Millar
@brianmillar
Yeah the kernel folks said zsh should be checking the file got with open() was not anything other than a file, I'll report it to them
Mathias Fredriksson
@mafredri
Cool, thanks.
Mathias Fredriksson
@mafredri
Sindre Sorhus
@sindresorhus
Woot! Nice work on the git stuff @mafredri. So much nicer with having the conflict all the time.
Mathias Fredriksson
@mafredri
Thanks :). I pretty much knew how to fix it a long time ago already, but couldn’t get it to working, but the wait paid of, was an easy fix in the end :D. I can imagine how annoying it’s been for anyone using git actively (it has for me!)
Sindre Sorhus
@sindresorhus
@mafredri So annoying. I encountered it maybe 20 times a day, but I didn't think it could be fixed. So you can understand how pleased I am that it's fixed :D
Mathias Fredriksson
@mafredri
Totally :). Are there currently any other annoyances with pure, btw? I’m a bit annoyed that I still haven’t gotten around to #143 but I’ve forgot most of it and would need to re-aquaint myself :D
Sindre Sorhus
@sindresorhus
@mafredri Not for me personally.
Timothy Achumba
@timothyachumba
Hi there, I'm having some issue with Pure and Hyper, I've followed the steps but each time a new instance of the terminal is create i always need to reinitialise Pure
Sindre Sorhus
@sindresorhus
@mafredri We just passed 4000 stars on GitHub. Thanks for all your hard work maintaining Pure. The project would not have been the same without you.
Rob Mac
@maccelerated
If I'm having a strange tab completion bug involving caret positioning on macOS, should I first look at zim or pure?
hal869
@hal869
@sindresorhus ping. still around in this room?
Mathias Fredriksson
@mafredri
Thanks for the kind words @sindresorhus :), we're nearing 5k now, exciting! (I had missed this, no Gitter email notifications :/)
@maccelerated anything I can still help with? (I realize it's been a while since you asked)
Rob Mac
@maccelerated
@mafredri I ended switching to my own configs and antibody, so all is well!
Mathias Fredriksson
@mafredri
Alright, glad to hear you got it sorted!
ScrumpyJack
@ScrumpyJack
Love pure and async, they have changed my prompt for the better
Small issue on alpinelinux though, I don't get git info in a repo when sshing (so tried on a lovely alpinelinux yet)
I'm sure we can fit that. It's probably quite simple. I'll try and take a look at work today
Mathias Fredriksson
@mafredri
Happy to hear @ScrumpyJack :smile:! Too bad about Alpine though :/
If you investigate and find a solution, feel free to submit a PR! Otherwise, I might be able to take a look at the Alpine issues during the weekend but more likely it'll fall over to next week.
ScrumpyJack
@ScrumpyJack
no rush, I’ll also take a look at some point, when it become too annoying to ignore ;)
ScrumpyJack
@ScrumpyJack
my prompt is behaving strangely. the cursor position is incorrect when moving around, which makes editing command lines difficult with pure prompt
anyone seen this before?
Mathias Fredriksson
@mafredri
I've ocasionally had some issue, but I've chalked that up to other misbehaving zsh plugins. Nothing consistent though.
ScrumpyJack
@ScrumpyJack
I found the issue, I had put an emoji in my prompt.
Here is my pure prompt section in .zshrc
# {{{ prompt pure
fpath=( "$HOME/.zfunctions" $fpath )
autoload -Uz compinit; compinit
autoload -U promptinit; promptinit
prompt pure
VIM_PROMPT="❯"
#PROMPT='🦄T  %(?.%F{magenta}.%F{red})${VIM_PROMPT}%f '
PROMPT=' %(?.%F{magenta}.%F{red})${VIM_PROMPT}%f '
prompt_pure_update_vim_prompt() {
    zle || {
        print "error: pure_update_vim_prompt must be called when zle is active"
        return 1
    }
    VIM_PROMPT=${${KEYMAP/vicmd/❮}/(main|viins)/❯}
    zle .reset-prompt
}

function zle-line-init zle-keymap-select {
    prompt_pure_update_vim_prompt
}
zle -N zle-line-init
zle -N zle-keymap-select
# }}}
ScrumpyJack
@ScrumpyJack
not sure what that T is after the unicorn. a TAB?
Can I put an emoji in pure prompt without this happening?
Mathias Fredriksson
@mafredri
@ScrumpyJack try this (from my halloween prompt) PURE_PROMPT_SYMBOL="%2{🧛🏻‍♀️ %} ❯"
ScrumpyJack
@ScrumpyJack
yay!
Mathias Fredriksson
@mafredri
I think it's ZSH that doesn't handle it all that well, but by telling it how much space the emoji should take, seems to help :-D
ScrumpyJack
@ScrumpyJack
can I see your $PROMPT ?
ScrumpyJack
@ScrumpyJack
if I add “%{🎃 %}” I see nothing
Mathias Fredriksson
@mafredri
I haven't modified $PROMPT at all
ScrumpyJack
@ScrumpyJack
I have
VIM_PROMPT='❯'
PROMPT=' %(?.%F{magenta}.%F{red})${VIM_PROMPT}%f '
Mathias Fredriksson
@mafredri
If you use latest Pure you don't need that
ScrumpyJack
@ScrumpyJack
I’ll update
Mathias Fredriksson
@mafredri
If you wish to change the VI prompt symbol, you can set the PURE_PROMPT_VICMD_SYMBOL environment variable
Defaults to
You can remove those ZLE things as well :)
ScrumpyJack
@ScrumpyJack
Yup, thanks
ScrumpyJack
@ScrumpyJack
I’ve noticed that when I use tmux, I get an extra space after ❯ in the shell inside tmux - weird