If prompt.message is disabled, don't show extra delimiter at the beginning of the line #61

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@Olegas

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@saintedlama

I'd need this functionality too!

@jamesrom

+1

@tuvistavie

Any progress on this?
Why is not this merge?

@diosney

+1

@Sequoia

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Is this project actively maintained? This option seems like a no-brainer...

@Sequoia

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@diosney

I really don't know :( it will be a shame if so, I use this in a couple of projects :(

@Sequoia

I can't take it on rn unfortunately so I'd wait 'til the next time I have active need for this again, but if anyone needs the feature now, fork, publish on NPM, start taking PRs, and publicize your tool as a continuation of this tool which has clearly been abandoned.

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@dgoguerra

Is there a known well-maintained fork or alternative to this project? I was also looking for this functionality

@Sequoia
@dgoguerra

thanks! looks great

@gangstead gangstead merged commit f49cae6 into flatiron:master Feb 4, 2016

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@gangstead
a decoupled application framework member

I asked the admins to let me join to try to breathe some life back into this project. Hopefully we can get a new release published to npm soon.

@alessioalex

@gangstead Hey there! Awesome that you merged all these pull requests into master now!

One tiny suggestion: would it be much trouble if you did it from Github directly? Just asking because when you look at the project history you see a lot of 'merged from user/master' and it doesn't show the commit with the actual feature addition / bug fixed. See here: https://github.com/flatiron/prompt/commits/master (compare latest commits and then search for other 'Merge pull request' messages). Thanks!

@tuvistavie

@gangstead Thank you very much for maintaining the project.

@gangstead
a decoupled application framework member

I am doing it from github, what's happening is that I'm merging pull requests that are 6 months old so those original commits are back in the timeline with the date the author created them, way down the list.

@alessioalex

@gangstead oh my bad, don't know what I was thinking. Again, thanks for maintaining the project!

@gangstead
a decoupled application framework member

NP. Hopefully me and any new admins who ask to join can be a little more on top of things and it won't be so confusing when the merge request is soon after the original commit.

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