I've installed bash 4 and bash-completions@2 with Homebrew following all kinds of guides I found online. However, when I open a new terminal it just hangs. By placing some echos in my .bash_profile it seems to be hanging on loading the completions.

My .bash_profile:

# Import all files
for DOTFILE in ~/.{aliases,env,functions,path,prompt,extra}
    [ -r "$DOTFILE" ] && [ -f "$DOTFILE" ] && source "$DOTFILE"

unset DOTFILE;

printf "Loading bash completions..."
if [ -f /usr/local/share/bash-completion/bash_completion ]; then
    . /usr/local/share/bash-completion/bash_completion
printf "done!"

if [ -f "$(brew --prefix)/opt/bash-git-prompt/share/gitprompt.sh" ]; then
    source "$(brew --prefix)/opt/bash-git-prompt/share/gitprompt.sh"

(the DOTFILE stuff is loading my dotfiles)

When I open a new terminal with the above .bash_profile I get this output:

Last login: Fri Jun 23 10:43:12 on ttys001
Loading bash completions...

Running brew doctor doesn't say anything about bash completions.

What can I do to get this working?

UPDATE There were a bunch of rustc processes taking up a lot of CPU. Most likely related.

up vote 0 down vote accepted

It turns out the problem was with rustc. Upgrading the package with brew upgrade rust fixed it.

My current Rust version is now 1.18.0.

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