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    Fix version bumping script (#60… (compare)

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    gytis-ivaskevicius opened #600
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    sindresorhus on main

    Add nix shell support (#599) (compare)

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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
Mathias Fredriksson
@mafredri
Hmm, I see that as well when using an emoji :/. Must be that tmux has its own handling of character width, somehow.
This seems related, but I didn't fully read the issue tmux/tmux#836
ScrumpyJack
@ScrumpyJack
yes, it looks like it’s an issue with the width of emoji characters
now to figure out how to get everything (iterm2/zsh/tmux) to agree on the width
Mathias Fredriksson
@mafredri
If you figure it out, I'd love to know :-D
ScrumpyJack
@ScrumpyJack
arg, something has crept into my prompt. is this part of pure?
Screenshot 2019-11-15 at 09.58.09.png
the blue triangle thing to the left of the tilde ~
Mathias Fredriksson
@mafredri
Nah, that's your terminal software
Terminal or iTerm?
image.png
ScrumpyJack
@ScrumpyJack
iterm2
got it. I had looked there, but the option was hidden and required scrolling to get to. 8)
ScrumpyJack
@ScrumpyJack
I’ve moved away from iterm2 and started using kitty, and it works much better with emojis in prompts. here is a good explanation https://sw.kovidgoyal.net/kitty/faq.html#id2