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In regards to some of the git information, i like having it available to glance over when i do commits, just to easily check if i am still in the correct branch.

I probably will remove some of that functionality down the line, but for me getting out of the way might also mean that the information is there, but having to type commands to get that information is getting more in the way. But i suppose that is personal preference.

I've used the default terminal on mac for the past year and did what it had to do, but more performant than iTerm. It also for me really depends on what i have to do, do i have a single window open, or is everything split into pane chaos.

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Ben Sinclair

I have git info in my prompt, but that's not related to which terminal I use.