clean_exit_codes = { 0 }

Since: 20220624-141144-bd1b7c5d

Defines the set of exit codes that are considered to be a "clean" exit by exit_behavior when the program running in the terminal completes.

Acceptable values are an array of integer exit codes that you wish to treat as successful.

For example, if you often CTRL-C a program and then CTRL-D, bash will typically exit with status 130 to indicate that a program was terminated with SIGINT, but that bash itself wasn't. In that situation you may wish to set this config to treat 130 as OK:

return {
  clean_exit_codes = { 130 },

Note that 0 is always treated as a clean exit code and can be omitted from the list.