Running bash 3.1.17.
The odd time, when I pass an argument to a command - say for example
editing a file in vi - the shell will prompt me for further input, as
if I'd put a semicolon after the first argument. Going back through the
history, it appears as if that's what bash thinks I did.
Anyone come across this before?
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