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tmux-powerline - Statusbar configuration for tmux that looks like vim-powerline and consist of dynamic segments

  •    Shell

This project is in a maintenance mode and no future functionality is likely to be added. tmux-powerline, with all other powerline projects, is replaced by the new unifying powerline. However this project is still functional and can serve as a lightweight alternative for non-python users. This is a set of scripts for making a nice and dynamic tmux statusbar consisting of segments. This is much like Lokaltog/vim-powerline but for tmux.

.tmux

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Self-contained, pretty and versatile .tmux.conf configuration file. Then proceed to customize your ~/.tmux.conf.local copy.

powerline-shell - A beautiful and useful prompt for your shell

  •    Python

The generated prompts are designed to resemble powerline, but otherwise this project has no relation to powerline. Each of these will have a number next to it if more than one file matches.




nerd-fonts - :abcd: Iconic font aggregator, collection, and patcher

  •    CSS

Nerd Fonts is a project that patches developer targeted fonts with a high number of glyphs (icons). Specifically to add a high number of extra glyphs from popular 'iconic fonts' such as Font Awesome ➶, Devicons ➶, Octicons ➶, and others.

powerline - Powerline is a statusline plugin for vim, and provides statuslines and prompts for several other applications, including zsh, bash, tmux, IPython, Awesome and Qtile

  •    Python

Powerline is a statusline plugin for vim, and provides statuslines and prompts for several other applications, including zsh, bash, fish, tmux, IPython, Awesome, i3 and Qtile. You should check out some of the Powerline derivatives. The most lightweight and feature-rich alternative is currently Bailey Ling’s vim-airline project.

powerline-go - A beautiful and useful low-latency prompt for your shell, written in go

  •    Go

A Powerline like prompt for Bash, ZSH and Fish. Based on Powerline-Shell by @banga. Ported to golang by @justjanne. Each of these will have a number next to it if more than one file matches.


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

  •    Shell

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.

oh-my-posh - A prompt theming engine for Powershell running in ConEmu

  •    PowerShell

A theme engine for Powershell in ConEmu inspired by the work done by Chris Benti on PS-Config and Oh-My-ZSH on OSX and Linux (hence the name). More information about why I made this can be found on my blog.

sbt-prompt - An SBT plugin for making your SBT prompt more awesome

  •    Scala

This is the plugin for you if you would like to have a fancy SBT prompt but you don't feel like spending the same insane amount of time as me researching ANSI color escape codes and SBT internals. All you have to do is pick one of the existing prompt themes or, if they're not awesome enough, just use an easy mini-DSL to create your own custom theme. All promptlets can be styled with foreground and background colors and you can customize them even further with prefixes, suffixes, and other text transformers. See below for all customization options.

zsh-powerline - Powerline for Zsh in pure Zsh script

  •    Shell

Powerline for Zsh in pure Zsh script. See also bash-powerline.

powerline-web-fonts - Powerline Web Fonts for Chromebook

  •    HTML

Powerline Web Fonts working in Secure Shell and working also on Chromebook (or pretty much anything running Chrome). See preview.html and Slant if you don't know which to choose.

angel-PS1 - Your fancy shell prompt fed by your guardian angel

  •    Perl

angel-PS1 is your guardian angel for the Unix world. The implementation is a daemon, a background process, that will service your shell every time it needs to display the prompt.

xontrib-powerline - Powerline for Xonsh shell

  •    Python

Powerline for Xonsh shell. There are two variables that can be set, PL_PROMPT for the right prompt and PL_TOOLBAR for the bottom toolbar. They contain a list of sections that can be used separated by >. The value ! means not to use that prompt.

powerline-js - a powerline-style shell prompt builder for node.js

  •    Javascript

I was using milkbikis's excellent powerline-style shell prompt when I decided that I wanted more options. Then I wanted a version in javascript instead of python so I could add those options myself in my current programming environment of choice. Then I started rewriting it. Then I observed that it was faster in javascript than in python, probably because node.js starts up really quickly. This is the tragic result: a powerline-style shell prompt generator for node.

PowerLine - A more PowerShell prompt

  •    PowerShell

I've reworked the whole module with a simpler, more powerful interface. Existing users will need to re-create their configuration using the simple lists in $Prompt and $Prompt.Colors, but PowerLine now stores your configuration, so you won't need to create a big custom command line in your profile script anymore. There are quite a few options for PowerLine, and you're going to want to set some of them immediately to take full advantage.

cmder-powershell-powerline-prompt - Custom PowerShell prompt for Cmder on Windows

  •    PowerShell

Custom prompt (and other configurations) for PowerShell in Cmder. Store aliases in profile.d folder. To easily manage aliases, create each alias in its own file with extension .alias.ps1. To store a private alias that you don't want to include in the repo, create it with extensions .private.alias.ps1.