Hi John, I just ran `pgrep numen` and it keeps showing there's two instances of numen running even if I restart numen in a new terminal. Ctrl+c does kill both processes so it's coming from the one terminal window running numen. Was wondering if you could help me figure out what's causing two to run as I'm not really sure where to begin. I haven't noticed any decreased performance other than maybe 'cap' being confused with 'tab' a lot lately.
I was surprised to see the same but one was just a subshell of another.
I looked at `ps -f <pid>` and `pstree <pid>`. It was a harmless but
unnecessary subshell, which I've removed it if you git pull, and you can
see I just moved an ampersand if you `git show` after.