🚄 An oh-my-zsh shell theme based on the Powerline Vim plugin
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Bullet Train for oh-my-zsh Slack Status

Bullet Train is a oh-my-zsh shell theme based on the Powerline Vim plugin. It aims for simplicity, showing information only when it's relevant.

It currently shows:

  • Current Python virtualenv; when using Pyenv and no active virtualenv shows the current Python version the shell uses
  • Current Ruby version using chruby; version and gemset when on RVM or Rbenv
  • Current Node.js version, through NVM (if present) or Node.js
  • Current Perl version using plenv
  • Git status
  • Timestamp
  • Current directory
  • Background jobs
  • Exit code of last command

If you want add some new feature, of fix some bug, open an issue and lets hack together.

For a tmux theme to work with it, I suggest Maglev.

Preview

Preview

Requirements

In order to use the theme, you will first need:

  • Powerline compatible fonts like Vim Powerline patched fonts, Input Mono or Monoid.
  • On Ubuntu like systems you'll need the ttf-ancient-fonts package to correctly display some unicode symbols that are not covered by the Powerline fonts above.
  • A ZSH framework like antigen, oh-my-zsh or zgen
  • Make sure terminal is using 256-colors mode with export TERM="xterm-256color"
  • For iTerm 2 users, make sure you go into your settings and set both the regular font and the non-ascii font to powerline compatible fonts or the prompt separators and special characters will not display correctly.

Installing

For oh-my-zsh users

  1. Download the theme here

  2. Put the file bullet-train.zsh-theme in $ZSH_CUSTOM/themes/

  3. Configure the theme in your ~/.zshrc file:

ZSH_THEME="bullet-train"

For antigen users

Add the following snippet to your .zshrc somewhere after the line antigen use oh-my-zsh.

antigen theme https://github.com/caiogondim/bullet-train-oh-my-zsh-theme bullet-train

For Zgen users

If you're using zgen, add the following line to your ~/.zshrc where you're adding your other zsh plugins after the line zgen oh-my-zsh.

zgen load caiogondim/bullet-train-oh-my-zsh-theme bullet-train

For Zplug users

If you're using zplug, add the following line to your ~/.zshrc where you're adding your other zsh plugins after the line zplug "robbyrussell/oh-my-zsh".

setopt prompt_subst # Make sure propt is able to be generated properly.
zplug "adambiggs/zsh-theme", use:adambiggs.zsh-theme

Options

Bullet Train is configurable. You can change colors and which segments you want or don't want to see. All options must be overridden in your .zshrc file.

Order

BULLETTRAIN_PROMPT_ORDER defines order of prompt segments. Use zsh array syntax to specify your own order, e.g:

BULLETTRAIN_PROMPT_ORDER=(
  git
  context
  dir
  time
)

NOTE: You do not need to specify end segment - it will be added automatically. With this you can also specify custom segments.

Prompt

Variable Default Meaning
BULLETTRAIN_PROMPT_CHAR \$ Character to be show before any command
BULLETTRAIN_PROMPT_ROOT true Highlight if running as root
BULLETTRAIN_PROMPT_SEPARATE_LINE true Make the prompt span across two lines
BULLETTRAIN_PROMPT_ADD_NEWLINE true Adds a newline character before each prompt line

Status

Variable Default Meaning
BULLETTRAIN_STATUS_EXIT_SHOW false Show/hide exit code of last command
BULLETTRAIN_STATUS_BG green Background color
BULLETTRAIN_STATUS_ERROR_BG red Background color of segment when last command exited with an error
BULLETTRAIN_STATUS_FG black Foreground color

Time

Variable Default Meaning
BULLETTRAIN_TIME_12HR false Format time using 12-hour clock (am/pm)
BULLETTRAIN_TIME_BG white Background color
BULLETTRAIN_TIME_FG black Foreground color

Custom

Variable Default Meaning
BULLETTRAIN_CUSTOM_MSG false Free segment you can put a custom message which will be eval'ed for every prompt
BULLETTRAIN_CUSTOM_BG black Background color
BULLETTRAIN_CUSTOM_FG default Foreground color

Context

Variable Default Meaning
BULLETTRAIN_CONTEXT_BG black Background color
BULLETTRAIN_CONTEXT_FG default Foreground color
BULLETTRAIN_CONTEXT_DEFAULT_USER none Default user. If you are running with other user other than default, the segment will be showed.
BULLETTRAIN_CONTEXT_HOSTNAME %m Hostname. Set %M to display the full qualified domain name.
BULLETTRAIN_IS_SSH_CLIENT none If true, the segment will be showed.

Python virtualenv (+Pyenv)

Variable Default Meaning
BULLETTRAIN_VIRTUALENV_BG yellow Background color
BULLETTRAIN_VIRTUALENV_FG white Foreground color
BULLETTRAIN_VIRTUALENV_PREFIX 🐍 Prefix of the segment

node.js nvm

Variable Default Meaning
BULLETTRAIN_NVM_BG green Background color
BULLETTRAIN_NVM_FG white Foreground color
BULLETTRAIN_NVM_PREFIX "⬡ " Prefix of the segment

Ruby RVM/Rbenv

Variable Default Meaning
BULLETTRAIN_RUBY_BG magenta Background color
BULLETTRAIN_RUBY_FG white Foreground color
BULLETTRAIN_RUBY_PREFIX "♦" Prefix of the segment

Go

Variable Default Meaning
BULLETTRAIN_GO_BG green Background color
BULLETTRAIN_GO_FG white Foreground color
BULLETTRAIN_GO_PREFIX go Prefix of the segment

Perl

Variable Default Meaning
BULLETTRAIN_PERL_BG yellow Background color
BULLETTRAIN_PERL_FG black Foreground color
BULLETTRAIN_PERL_PREFIX 🐪 Prefix of the segment

Dir

Variable Default Meaning
BULLETTRAIN_DIR_BG blue Background color
BULLETTRAIN_DIR_FG white Foreground color
BULLETTRAIN_DIR_CONTEXT_SHOW false Show user and machine in an SCP formatted style
BULLETTRAIN_DIR_EXTENDED 1 Extended path (0=short path, 1=medium path, 2=complete path, everything else=medium path)

Git

Variable Default Meaning
BULLETTRAIN_GIT_COLORIZE_DIRTY false Set BULLETTRAIN_GIT_BG to BULLETTRAIN_GIT_COLORIZE_DIRTY_COLOR in dirty state
BULLETTRAIN_GIT_COLORIZE_DIRTY_BG_COLOR yellow BULLETTRAIN_GIT_BG in dirty state
BULLETTRAIN_GIT_COLORIZE_DIRTY_FG_COLOR black BULLETTRAIN_GIT_FG in dirty state
BULLETTRAIN_GIT_BG white Background color
BULLETTRAIN_GIT_FG black Foreground color
BULLETTRAIN_GIT_PROMPT_CMD git_prompt_info Function to display details about your git segment.
BULLETTRAIN_GIT_EXTENDED true
BULLETTRAIN_GIT_PREFIX "" Prefix
BULLETTRAIN_GIT_SUFFIX "" Suffix
BULLETTRAIN_GIT_DIRTY "✘" Icon for dirty state
BULLETTRAIN_GIT_CLEAN "✔" Icon for clean state
BULLETTRAIN_GIT_ADDED "%F{green}✚%F{black}" Icon for added files on stage
BULLETTRAIN_GIT_MODIFIED "%F{blue}✹%F{black}" Icon for modified files
BULLETTRAIN_GIT_DELETED "%F{red}✖%F{black}" Icon for delete files on stage
BULLETTRAIN_GIT_UNTRACKED "%F{yellow}✭%F{black}" Icon for untracked files
BULLETTRAIN_GIT_RENAMED "➜" Icon for renamed
BULLETTRAIN_GIT_UNMERGED "═" Icon for unmerged state
BULLETTRAIN_GIT_AHEAD " ⬆" Icon for ahead state from remote
BULLETTRAIN_GIT_BEHIND " ⬇" Icon for behind state from remote
BULLETTRAIN_GIT_DIVERGED " ⬍" Icon for diverged state from remote

Mercurial/HG

Variable Default Meaning

Command execution time

Variable Default Meaning
BULLETTRAIN_EXEC_TIME_ELAPSED 5 Minimum elapsed time of command execution. If the execution time of a command is smaller than this, the segment will be hidden.
BULLETTRAIN_EXEC_TIME_BG yellow Background color
BULLETTRAIN_EXEC_TIME_FG black Foreground color

Wiki

Contributors

That project was originally a fork from Powerline, but most of the code was later erased and its now more closely related to Agnoster. Below is a git summary of the project:

156 Caio Gondim
 33 Jérémy Romey
 14 Greg Fitzgerald
  8 Dan Kaplun
  8 Viktor (Icon) VAD
  7 Jocelyn Mallon
  7 Dawid Kurek
  6 Joe Block
  6 Jérémy Romey
  5 Arthur Wang
  4 Flavius Aspra
  3 Mario Zigliotto
  3 Michael Robinson
  3 Michael Cornell
  3 Iulian Onofrei
  2 itsZero (Chien-An Cho)
  2 Daniel Loader
  2 Charlie Smith
  2 wujtruj
  2 Jiri Tyr
  1 Sébastien Bordenave
  1 Yongqian Li
  1 alysson
  1 gvillalta99
  1 illuminatis
  1 krischer
  1 m.kuehn
  1 timfeirg
  1 Adrien Brault
  1 yachi
  1 Andreas Galauner
  1 Dale Davis
  1 Fabio Poloni
  1 Faure Hu
  1 Guillaume BINET
  1 Hannes Frank
  1 Heng-Yi Wu
  1 Jack Chu
  1 Jason Hollis
  1 KVoll
  1 Kevin
  1 Lyncredible
  1 Manuel Hoffmann
  1 Marius Krämer
  1 Maxime Bruguet
  1 Mertcan Mermerkaya
  1 Nicholas
  1 Peter Nagy
  1 Sen Jiang

Credits

This theme is highly inspired by the following themes:

Donating

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