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README.md

oh-my-zsh-powerline-theme

This is a fork of https://github.com/brucehsu/oh-my-zsh-powerline-theme


oh-my-zsh Powerline style Theme

This is a modified two-line version: one for information, one for input.

Dim colored version is modified by Howar31.

zsh installation instruction in [Howar31 blog] (http://blog.howar31.com/install-zsh-oh-my-zsh-on-ubuntu/) .

Preview

Original version: Preview

Modified two-line version: Preview

Dim version: Preview

Note

  • This version not only modified the color scheme but also used variables to manage colors for future easily modification.
  • Due to my own environment settings, I've disabled the ruby features in this theme. To re-enable them, just simply remove the "#" in front of the lines in the function.

Requirements

  • Z shell (zsh) and oh-my-zsh
  • Patched font for fancy symbols
    • Vim Powerline patched font : See Powerline for vim for more info.
    • Patch your font for your self.
    • Or use the included patched font Monaco "Monaco_Linux-powerline.ttf".

General Set Up

  1. Clone the repository.

  2. Create un symlink of powerline.zsh-theme in .oh-my-zsh/themes/.

    • ln -s directory_of_theme/powerline.zsh-theme .oh-my-zsh/themes/
  3. Configure the theme in your .zshrc file :

    ZSH_THEME="powerline"
    

Configuration on Mac

  1. Change the font of your terminal to the patched font.
    • Example for iTerm: Preference > Profile > Text > change the font
  2. Done, configuration on Mac is easy.

Configuration for PuTTY on Windows

See Tom Ryder's blog for more detail.

  1. Connection > Data > Terminal details > Terminal-type string: putty-256color

  2. Window > Colours > General options for colour usage check Allow terminal to use xterm 256-colour mode

    • Testing wether the 256-color setting is working or not
    $ for color in $(seq 0 255); do
    > tput setaf $color && echo -n "test"
    > done
    
    • Type reset to fix your termianl after testing. PuTTY 256-color test
  3. Window > Translation > Character set translation > Remote character set: UTF-8

  4. Window > Appearance > Font settings

    • Change the font to patched font.
    • Check Allow selection of variable-pitch fonts if you cannot find your font in the list.
  5. Done, remember to save your settings as Saved Sessions.