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Snakypy Prompt is the easiest thing you'll see on any existing theme for Oh My Zsh, because
Snakypy Prompt has its own manager. With this manager you can: install, uninstall, enable, and disable
Snakypy Prompt, all in one simplified command line, without opening any files or creating symbolic links. In addition, the
Snakypy Prompt manager, download the Oh My Zsh and the plugins
zsh-syntax-highlighting automatically, also with a command line.
Here's an example video of the
Snakypy Prompt installed:
- Oh My Zsh Installation Automatically.
- Automatically install
- Automated installation and uninstallation.
- Enable and disable
- Current Git branch and rich repo status:
✭— untracked changes;
✚— new files added;
✘— deleted files;
✹— new modified files;
✔— commits made;
- Current Python pyenv (
- Python version shown on the active virtual machine (
To work correctly, you will first need:
Curl(v7.60 or recent) must be installed.
Zsh(v5.2 or recent) must be installed.
Python(v3.7 or recent).
Pip(v19.3 or recent) must be installed.
Powerline Fontsmust be installed.
1 - It's time to install
Snakypy Prompt manager. To do this, do:
$ su -c "pip install snakypy-prompt"
For the user:
$ pip install snakypy-prompt --user
NOTE: If you are installing to the user's local environment, be sure to add the environment variables to the
2 - After installing the package, you need to install the theme (
Snakypy) on the machine and its dependencies:
$ snakypy-prompt --install
Snakypy Prompt has any new features, please update the command line below:
$ su -c "pip install snakypy-prompt -U"
For the user:
$ pip install snakypy-prompt -U --user
Disable and Enable
You can enable and disable
Snakypy Prompt anytime you want without opening any files. To do this, follow the steps below:
$ snakypy-prompt --disable
NOTE: When disabled, the manager will return to the default Oh My Zsh theme, the
$ snakypy-prompt --enable
We will be sad if you want to stop using
Snakypy Prompt, but for easier uninstallation we also have the command:
$ snakypy-prompt --uninstall
For more command information, use:
$ snakypy-prompt --help
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The project is available as open source under the terms of the MIT License © William Canin