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Re: possible bugs with colored-stats

From: Clark Wang
Subject: Re: possible bugs with colored-stats
Date: Thu, 29 Oct 2020 13:54:41 +0800

On Thu, Oct 29, 2020 at 4:11 AM Arnaud <listes.00@gmail.com> wrote:

> Description:
>         I have colored my prompt with colors, using PS1 and PS0.
>         PS1 ends with a color definition, so the command entered is
> colored.
>         PS0 resets the color so the output has the standard colors.
>         I have actived colored-stats, so when I use tab completion, the
> colors I use in the command doesn't show in the tab completion.
>         Problem 1
>         If the list starts with a file, only the 1st file is colored with
> the PS1 color.
>         If the list starts with a folder, the colors are ok.
>         Problem 2
>         when I list the content of a folder with ls, the color is ok
> (white in my case, until I reach a folder,
>         it then switches the color of the following files to grey.
>         I tried looking in the bash code to try to find the problem, but I
> cannot locate the part of the code for that (not experienced in C)
>         Normally, readline should be the part I am looking for, but I also
> have readline installed in my system, so it should be in it?
>         (tried to remove the readline package in my system to be sure, but
> it wants to remove systemd, so I didn't)
>         it seems to also do this with 5.1-rc1
> Repeat-By:
>         add "set colored-stats on" in ~/.inputrc (may need to restart the
> shell)
>         add at the end of PS1: "(\[\€[38;5;220m\]" , for example
>         add for PS0: "\[\e[38;5;15m\]"

I can reproduce the similar issue with my bash 4.4.12 and PS0="\[\e[0m\]"
fix it for me.


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