The DevOps Zone is brought to you in partnership with New Relic. Learn more about the common barriers to DevOps adoption so that you can come up with ways to win over the skeptics and kickstart DevOps.
Today I updated mac ports and a new error started to show up at the command line saying that the __git_ps1 command is not found.
This is because I added the git branch in my bash prompt long time back and in last update of git-core port they moved the __git_ps1 bash functions to a separate script.
To fix it, you just need to include following lines in your .profile (or .bashrc):
if [ -f /opt/local/share/doc/git-core/contrib/completion/git-prompt.sh ]; then
It worked for me.
Depending on your git installation, this file may be located elsewhere; find command should help in this case.
The DevOps Zone is brought to you in partnership with New Relic. Quickly learn how to use Docker and containers in general to create packaged images for easy management, testing, and deployment of software.
Published at DZone with permission of
, DZone MVB
Opinions expressed by DZone contributors are their own.