The proper fix for this would actually be to move the prompt from the profile to the bashrc. To enable: 1 Copy this file to somewhere e. Problem: The command 'git' was not found. You can grab the download from here: Once it's installed, you should source git-completion. If you work with git, you've probably had that nagging sensation of not knowing what branch you are on.
Also, with long prompt strings, you almost certainly want a newline in there near the end, so that there is plenty of space on each line. If this question can be reworded to fit the rules in the , please. Provide details and share your research! I've looked in the package manager as well and found nothing. I am running Fedora 22. It really puts a lot of burden on me to ask me to not only fix a problem, but essentially to investigate how to reproduce the problem in the first place.
Consider editing the question or leaving comments for improvement if you believe the question can be reworded to fit within the scope. This script allows you to see repository status in your prompt. Otherwise, it's pretty much the standard prompt that most users use. Lack of such support is extremely rare, and such a case would tend to support setf rather than setaf. If there're untracked files, then a '%' will be shown next to the branch name. I've enabled all the repository servers except for the Cent Media one I think as it was unavailable. How do I do it like above? Optionally, you can supply a third argument with a printf format string to finetune the output of the branch status Following these steps should fix your issue!! I also try to figure out whether I can reproduce the issue, no matter how incomplete the report is.
Even more unreadable than normal ;- The following should be the same. Since I've encountered numerous issues with dependencies including wrong versions what should I do in regards to the dozen or so versions of yum-priorites in example and for other packages that will likely include numerous versions? This is exactly what is going on with your. Anaconda is brought to you by Continuum Analytics. Do not try to use. My guess is that you ran the 1.
. Dont mind the emoji, I know its representing the user's machine name. No negativity or rudeness intended what-so-ever: if the answer involves editing a text file or copy-and-paste actions please tell me the locations to do so in the file manager instead of console commands. Show a brown repo name if there's no changes or red if there are changes in the repo. Offhand I'm guessing I'll generally want the latest version unless it breaks something else since these are all dependencies? Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. Non-core repos should have a higher numeric value, which is a lower priority.
Now, if you would grace me with the information of what exact steps you took to get there, I could probably help you get to the same point as I am right now: no problem here. All I wanted is a simple, colored one-line prompt. Have a question about this project? I am signed in to Gnome as root and seem to be able to access my computer normally without being harassed about passwords excessively and can create or edit files. To enable: 1 Copy this file to somewhere e. There are a couple things you can do. I'm asking before acting so I don't end up borking this copy of Cent as I have done so to different Linux distros in the past when trying to do something as simple as confgure the thumb buttons on my mouse.
We can do this in but we must take pains to move the git-prompt. So: the Chinese serving as an untranslated red herring, and the lack of really vital information were the culprits that made this bug that was fixed before being reported so frustrating for both of us. Look, I really spend a lot of time trying to make sense of these one- or two-line issues, and it is always frustrating. I'm not interested in looking at the source code of Git or anything else, I simply want to use it. Reading and is very useful. Gargula is displaying info that is useful to keep it as much minimalistic as possible. The prompt status always includes the current branch name.
I am a beginner trying to setup a developer environment on my new Mac following the steps from this link:. Have a question about this project? I have read through many questions on stackoverflow and tried to mimic their solutions to no avail. So in short user repo name only git: current branch space x Sorry I forgot I am using zsh. It does not even present a. If I use git, it would be nice if the git branch I'm in is also part of my prompt.
Allen If you've not installed a newer version of Git on your Mac, start by doing that. Optionally, you can supply a third argument with a printf format string to finetune the output of the branch status The repository status will be displayed only if you are currently in a git repository. I will be more than happy to both accept an answer and thumbs it up should it be helpful. I have used chmod to make all the contents of a directory executable. I haven't had time to run through the code at all to see what the relevant variable should be or if was recently changed so will check that out when I can, just wanted to report first - if any ideas beforehand would be appreciated, thanks! You can configure this per-repository with the bash. Here is a complete bash session. The %s token is the placeholder for the shown status.
I saw , but I'm pretty new to command line so I just confused myself. It's also showing that my git installation is incomplete, but I think that's irrelevant. Root has its own versions of those files, if you're using su instead of sudo. It shows only the repository name, not including its path if it were to go into a subfolder , git: current branch , and some x. But you had never mentioned even the version, let alone the download link of the net installer you ran. If I run as su, the programs run. If you find it a bit confusing, be glad you're not using Kornshell.