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This is a continuation of my previous questions. I currently have the following in ~/.zsh.d/functions.sh

function zle-line-init zle-keymap-select {
    psvar[1]="${${KEYMAP/vicmd/}/(main|viins)/-- INSERT --}"
    zle reset-prompt
}
precmd() {
    psvar[2]=()
    vcs_info
    [[ -n $vcs_info_msg_0_ ]] && psvar[2]="$vcs_info_msg_0_"
}

and relevant sections from my ~/.zshrc

if [ -d ~/.zsh.d ]; then
    for i in ~/.zsh.d/*; do
        if [ -r $i ]; then
            source $i
        fi
    done
    unset i
fi

zle -N zle-line-init
zle -N zle-keymap-select
autoload -Uz colors && colors
autoload -Uz vcs_info
zstyle ':vcs_info:*' enable git
zstyle ':vcs_info:*' formats '[%b]'
zstyle ':vcs_info:*' branchformats '[%b|%r]'
zstyle ':vcs_info:*' actionformats '[%b|%a]'

# 063 is a blue

# vimode implentation
psvar[1]='-- INSERT --'
local down=$terminfo[cud1]$terminfo[cuu1]$terminfo[sc]$terminfo[cud1]
local mode="%F{063}%1 %(1v.%1v.)%f"
local up=$terminfo[rc]
local vimode=$down$mode$up

# current working directory as blue
local cwd='%F{063}%1~%f'

# display git branch if git repo
local git='%(2v.%F{099}%2v%f.)'

# if root then red # else blue %
local prompt_char='%(!.%F{red}%#%f.%F{063}%#%f)'

PS1=$'%{$vimode%} $cwd $git $prompt_char '
RPS1='%m'
preexec () { print -rn -- $terminfo[el]; }

This works right, except that it doesn't display -- INSERT -- when the shell is first started, after that it works as expected.

Other improvement suggestions welcome.

Update I decided to work around the issue, though I still don't know why it works. For now I've set psvar[1] to -- INSERT -- out of the box, since I know it will be insert on start. This doesn't feel like a proper resolution though.

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In my hacker it appears I fixed it by setting

psvar[1]='-- INSERT --'

before doing anything else with my vimode... I"m not sure I'm 100% satisfied with my solution, but it functions.

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