For more information on how to get those screenshots, check out the examples.
Telephone Line is a new implementation of Powerline for emacs with (optional) baked-in evil support, antialiased separators, and an easy configuration language which makes it trivial to write your own themes. Additionally, I dogfood the hell out of it so bugfixes should come quickly. It’s also named after a song which is what I always look for in software.
The easiest way to install telephone-line is with package.el through NonGNU ELPA or MELPA. Once you have the package installed, initializing it is the usual stuff:
(require 'telephone-line) (telephone-line-mode 1)
There is also a perfectly flat vertical separator,
telephone-line-flat, though there’s not much to look at here ;)
First, remember that all configuration must be done before calling
Segments can be added by configuring the
telephone-line-rhs variables. Example configuration demonstrating
the format can be found in ./examples.org, and available segments are
in ./telephone-line-segments.el. You can also make your own!
Separators are chosen by configuring
telephone-line-secondary-right-separator. Available separators are
in ./telephone-line-separators.el. You can also make your own!
You can force the height of the mode-line by setting
If you want to further information on configuration or creating your own segments/separators, continue on to ./configuration.org!