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I tried command bash -vx
which is stated that (By the way, these two options are particularly useful when you are testing or debugging a shell script.)

$ bash -vx
++ prompt_git ' on '
bash: prompt_git: command not found

After this command, bash: prompt_git: command not found is append to the output of every command:

$ uptime
uptime
+ uptime
 17:18:51  up   7:54,  2 users,  load average: 3.62, 4.03, 2.94
++ prompt_git ' on '
bash: prompt_git: command not found

How to set `prompt-git' off.

What's the reverse operation of bash -vx

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I'm afraid this is an XY problem. What you want to do is get rid of the spurious error message, which you can very likely do by editing your ~/.bashrc and removing the prompt_git call.

  • I did not have it on the configuration $ grep promot ~/.bash_profile grep promot ~/.bash_profile bash: prompt_git: command not found – user10726006 Jan 3 at 10:32
  • @user10726006 He never mentioned .bash_profile. Also, you spelled prompt wrong. – Kusalananda Jan 3 at 10:35
  • coz, I am working on MacOs @Kusalananda – user10726006 Jan 3 at 10:43
  • @user10726006 I don't see what macOS has to do with it. – Kusalananda Jan 3 at 11:00

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