On Thu, Jun 18, 2009 at 12:59 PM, Polytropon<free...@edvax.de> wrote:
> On Thu, 18 Jun 2009 12:33:24 -0400, Glen Barber <glen.j.bar...@gmail.com> 
> wrote:
>> Thanks for that little tidbit in return -- I've been trying to
>> figure how prompt settings. :)
>
> See those:
>
>        set promptchars = "%#"
>        set prompt = "%...@%m:%~%# "
>
> Or even:
>
>        set prompt = "[%T] %...@%m:%~%# "
>        set prompt = "[%T] *%h =%? :%m/%l @%n %~%B%#%b "
>        set prompt = "*%h=%? [%T] %...@%m/%l:%~%B%#%b "
>
> There's lots of customization that you can do with csh's prompt
> variable; "man csh" is really very interesting.
>
> Ah yes, and don't forget to
>
>        set autolist
>
> which is very handy, by the way.
>

I'm usually pretty happy with default settings (which is why I've
never looked at the prompts in 'man csh'), but since I was nose-deep
in $HOME/.muttrc configs yesterday, this peaked my interest. :)


-- 
Glen Barber
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