So my bash prompt looks like this
[parth:~]$ and if I go
cd to Desktop, it looks like this
[parth:Desktop]$. I only want to see the current directory, next to my username so if I go to a folder, in Desktop, it would replace Desktop with the current directory name.
This is what I have in my
~/.bash_profile to make it look like this:
export PS1='[\033[01;32m\]\u\[\033[00m\]:\[\033[01;34m\]\W\[\033[00m\]]\$ '
This PS1 also follows the color highlighting of my terminal theme.
The problem is that when I click the up arrow key a few times (for the previous commands) and then click the down arrow key, the prompt gets messed up. It appends a part of the previous command to my prompt and I have to enter
CTRL + C to reset it. Also when my command reaches the end of the line, instead of going to the new line, it wraps around the same line.
How do I fix this?