I'm on OS X and am using iTerm2.
I've updated my Bash profile on several of my servers so that when I
ssh into them I can tell at a glance from the tabs what boxes I'm on. When I exit from an
ssh session, the shell that initiated the
ssh session does not source
~/.bashrc again (which I understand to be normal operating procedure), so my tab titles and colors persist with the titles and colors they were from my
Normally when I exit an
ssh session, I will also exit the shell on the computer that I'm physically using as well. But for consistency's sake, I would like to revert my iterm2 tabs to the appropriate titles and colors for the shell they represent when I exit an
Is there a way to source my
.bashrc when I exit an
In all of
~/.bash_logout I have the following lines:
export PROMPT_COMMAND='' echo -e "\033];test machine name\007"
When I exit an
ssh session, it looks like none of these Bash files in my home directory are sourced to reprint the tab title. When I manually source them with
source ~/.bashrc the tab title reprints just fine. So, the syntax is not wrong.