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I needed a way to see the current git branch on which I'm working. So I developed this simple script that allowed me to do just that, by adding the current git branch in the command prompt. When you change the directory, it checks if it contains a git repository and adds the branch to your prompt. If there isn't, it reverts to the normal prompt. How to use this? Just save the shell script somewhere and add it to your .bashrc file like this: . /usr/local/bin/git-branch-prompt.sh Also change the directory match :)