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Powerline for Xonsh shell

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Xontrib Powerline 2


xontrib-powerline fork by santagada/xontrib-powerline.

example

Install

pip install xontrib-powerline2

And them load it on your .xonshrc

xontrib load powerline2

Configuration

There are two variables that can be set, $PROMPT for main prompt, $PL_PROMPT for the right prompt and $PL_TOOLBAR for the bottom toolbar. They contain a list of sections that can be used separated by >. The value ! means not to use that prompt.

Examples:

$PL_PROMPT='cwd>branch'
$PL_RPROMPT = '!'  # for no toolbar
$PL_TOOLBAR = 'who>virtualenv>branch>cwd>full_proc'
xontrib load powerline

Bulid prompt

If you want to override the settings after xontrib load, so commit changes to your prompt execute pl_build_prompt command.

Check config

To see all available sections type pl_available_sections command.

example

Default sections

section description
who {user}@{hostname}
virtualenv {env_name}
branch {curr_branch}
cwd $pwd using $pl_colors['cwd', 'git_root', 'git_sub_dir'] and $pl_parts
short_cwd {short_cwd}
full_proc run time of the previous command from history
timing diff from previous command's executed time
time strftime(' %h:%m ')
history len(__xonsh__.history)
rtns '!' if __xonsh__.history.rtns else none
full_rtns rtns[-1] if __xonsh__.history.rtns else none

If you want to know about {} sections, please look xonsh document.

Custom sections

We can add customize origin section by $PL_EXTRA_SEC.

# func return [format string, text color, background color]
$PL_EXTRA_SEC = {"user": lambda: [' I'm {user} ', 'BLACK', '#fd971f']}
$PL_PROMPT='user>cwd>branch'
$PL_TOOLBAR='!'
$PL_RPROMPT='!'
xontrib load powerline
example

Section's color

We can change section color by $PL_COLORS.

$PL_COLORS is dict. Basically, the value is (text_color, background_color). |key|default value|description| |---|---|---| |who| ("BLACK", "#a6e22e") || |venv| ("BLACK", "INTENSE_GREEN") || |branch| ("#333") | background color from $PROMPT_FIELDS['branch_bg_color'] | |cwd| ("WHITE", "#444") || |git_root| ("BLACK", "#00adee") | used by cwd | |git_sub_dir| ("WHITE", "#00adee") | used by cwd | |short_cwd| ("WHITE", "#444") || |full_proc| ("WHITE", "RED", "#444") |There are two types of background depending on the situation| |timing| ("WHITE", "#444") || |time| ("BLACK", "#00adee") || |history| ("WHITE", "#333333") || |rtns| ("WHITE", "RED") || |full_rtns| ("WHITE", "RED", "#444") |There are two types of background depending on the situation|

Separate mode

We can change the way of separation mode by $PL_SEP_MODE.

mode separate char
powerline , , , 
round , , , 
down , , , 
up , , , 
flame , , , 
squares , , , 
ruiny , , , 
lego , 

For example

# set $PL_SEP_MODE or using pl_set_mode alias
$PL_SEP_MODE='round'
pl_set_mode round
example

If you want to use original separeter, you can use $PL_ORG_SEP, $PL_ORG_SEP_THIN, $PL_ORG_RSEP.

$PL_ORG_SEP = '■'
$PL_ORG_SEP_THIN = '□'
$PL_ORG_RSEP = '■'
xontrib load xontrib-powerline2
example

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