The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @mjtsai ever

April 25th, 2012

@marczak Thanks. Do people really modify /etc/bashrc instead of adding their own in ~?

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Turns out that Terminal does auto-restore the CWD. But if you override PROMPT_COMMAND you have to call update_terminal_cwd.

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@danielpunkass New windows work for me with “Default Settings” (as they should). Seems like they just didn’t implement for auto-restore.

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@danielpunkass @marczak I don’t think that’s the problem, because it does maintain the same working directory when creating a new tab.

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@marczak Doesn’t seem to. Could you be more specific? Although the fact that those settings exist casts doubt on the idea it can’t be done.

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@clarkcox Not that I’m aware of. I did override PS1 and PROMPT_COMMAND.

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@clarkcox I’m just using the default shell.

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@clarkcox It restores mine, too, but only when it’s /Users/mjt.

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@gparker Interesting. You can’t send it a “cd” command? Even if you know you have bash?

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bbautocomplete BBAutoComplete 1.5.4 improves support for TextWrangler, Microsoft Word, adds 64-bit and Gatekeeper support. http://t.co/mwSk6SAW

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@stormchild It isn’t, but it should be. It’s even showing in my title bars.

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@stormchild I’m referring to the grayed text in the window; I think that’s due to Lion.

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On the plus side, auto-restore. Odd that Terminal restores the command history but not the current working directory.

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Seriously getting tired of these Nvidia driver kernel panics. When will 10.6-style stability return?

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