After writing a new prompt for Bash, I noticed that one character of my commands were being lost when it wrapped to the new line. Here is an image of the example (I typed 1234567890 over and over): ...
How do you wrap a long command to the next line within a bash script file? As a simple example, I want to run the command "pushd . && cd /foo/bar && ls && popd" From the ...
Whenever some command generates long lines as output ( for example, when ls -l a folder which contains files with long names ), the long lines are wrapped to next line, thus messing up the column ...