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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I use the builtin prompts that come with zsh. In particular, this setup works well for me:
    autoload -U promptinit ; promptinit
    prompt bart
    -Dom
    • Oh, no, adam1 for me all the way. :) If you need the time and date, just drop this into your .screenrc: (You use screen, right?)
      hardstatus alwayslastline "%-w%{.wB}%n %t%{-}%+w %=%{.w} %H: %l %{-}%d/%m %c"
      • I want the timestamp on my prompt so that I can see, when I look back, when I executed each command. That's one of the better status lines I've seen for screen; maybe I'll use it... but as for all the promptinit, most of them are too much. Too much color, too much text, too much 1337. Some of them are alright, but I think I'll stick with my new one.

        (How can people use three-line prompts? Yow!)
        --
        rjbs