bash-powerline - Powerline-style Bash prompt in pure Bash script

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Powerline for Bash in pure Bash script. For best result, use Solarized colorscheme for your terminal emulator. Or hack your own colorscheme by modifying the script. It's really easy.

https://github.com/riobard/bash-powerline

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