Re: Is this number ok?

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Am Di., 12. Sept. 2023 um 20:28 Uhr schrieb Adam Williamson
> On Tue, 2023-09-12 at 17:20 +0000, Alessio wrote:
> > I know about this accepted change:
> >
> >
> > But what is this number that appears time to time in the prompt?
> >
> > user@host:~$ ^C
> > user@host:~130$ ^C
> >
> > user@host:~$ foo
> > bash: foo: command not found
> > user@host:~127$
> >
> > An exit code I suppose?
> yeah, it seems to be the exit code of the last command if it's not 0.
> It does seem that this change is beyond the scope disclosed in the
> Change, so that could possibly be brought up for discussion. Pulling in
> devel@ and the Change owner for comment. Jens, why was this feature not
> disclosed in the Change scope?

It was disclosed in the "Detailed Description" (screenshots) and "How
To test" (source git repo), but not in the scope. Somewhat borderline.

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