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__fish_prepend_sudo: Toggle "sudo" on multiple presses #7012
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At the moment calling __fish_prepend_sudo multiple times does not toggle
sudo, and also unnecessarily uses the
commandlineto see if
the first token on the commandline is "sudo".
This change removes the
-cswitch and also toggles "sudo" on multiple
calls to __fish_prepend_sudo, while maintaining the cursor position and
while maintaining any spaces between "sudo" and the next token on the
The additional logic around the new_cursor position is because the
cursor could be in the "sudo" during the toggle.
Talk about your changes here.
Fixes issue #