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Giovanni Bassi's PowerShell files

These are my personal poshfiles.

Installation instructions:

git clone --recursive https://github.com/giggio/poshfiles.git $env:userprofile\Documents\WindowsPowerShell

I have several aliases configured as well as several modules. Check them out and see if you want to keep them all.

Notes on Vi mode

I use "vi mode" on my shells. If you don't know what this is or don't want it you should disable it. Just comment the line that says Set-PSReadlineOption -EditMode Vi and the lines that follow it with Set-PSReadlineKeyHandler.

Vim mode will enable only if you have vim available on your path. If you don't, then you don't need to worry, it will not enable.

If you want to be super fast on the command line and also when typing in a text editor, then you should learn vi, vim and vi mode. Just search for it and you will find more info.

Notes on fonts

You need a powerline enabled font to get everything to display properly. The only one I have found that works as expected so far is the Deja Vu font from the powerline repo. It has the glyphs and symbols necessary to show everything as expected.

You don't need ConEmu to have a nice display if you are on Windows 10. Simply download the font and set it as default on the PowerShell properties window and everything should work.

If you decide to use Conemu, you have more options for fonts, but remember to set the main console font and the alternative font to the same font with the symbols.

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