Ps1 pwd not updating
The same should also be true for most versions of zsh 4.x (hopefully no one is on earlier versions, for their sake).
@Olliea95 I suspect that you had accidentally put the line too early and then re-wrote PS1 afterwards.
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We can customize this prompt by using some control commands and Shell inbuilt variables.
d - the date in "Weekday Month Date" format (e.g., "Tue May 26")e - an ASCII escape character (033)h - the hostname up to the first .
Please have a look at them as well for more information on them.Example4: We can even use functions in the PS1 prompt.Suppose you want to keep a check on RAM availability.If you see above prompt it actually say that "root" is the user who logged in to a machine whose name is "linuxnix" to the present working directory "dev" and he is a superuser user(#).So this prompt changes depending on the user name, his working directory and his privileged access.
If I start tmux from within a git/hg/svn repo it shows the vcs info and if I switch branches in that repo it updates...