…recommend using a non-depreciated command
…from being included in the command history
…when panes in dsl
…command history If I had a Terminitor config where a tab was given a name, executing Terminitor to set the tab name and then arrowing up to view the command history revealed something strange: every command after the first (latest) one seemed to be prepended with the first several characters of the first command. For instance, say I ran the following commands: gem list terminitor gem update terminator terminator update cd /usr/local/var/cassandra cassandra -f and then I ran this command: PS1=$PS1"\e]2;something else\a" Arrowing up once would display this very command (of course), but arrowing up after that would show this: PS1=$PS1"\e]2;sometcassandra -f PS1=$PS1"\e]2;sometcd /usr/local/var/cassandra PS1=$PS1"\e]2;sometterminator update This is caused by inappropriately setting $PS1: the first " needs to come before $PS1, and all is well.
lots of clean up to do; break tab behaviour;