kandi X-RAY | powerlevel10k Summary
kandi X-RAY | powerlevel10k Summary
Powerlevel10k was forked from Powerlevel9k in March 2019 after a week-long discussion in powerlevel9k#1170. Powerlevel9k was already a mature project with a large user base and a release cycle measured in months. Powerlevel10k was spun off to iterate on performance improvements and new features at much higher pace. Powerlevel9k and Powerlevel10k are independent projects. When using one, you shouldn't install the other. Issues should be filed against the project that you actually use. There are no individuals that have commit rights in both repositories. All bug fixes and new features committed to Powerlevel9k repository get ported to Powerlevel10k. Over time, virtually all code in Powerlevel10k has been rewritten. There is currently no meaningful overlap between the implementations of Powerlevel9k and Powerlevel10k. Powerlevel10k is committed to maintaining backward compatibility with all configs indefinitely. This commitment covers all configuration parameters recognized by Powerlevel9k (see Powerlevel9k compatibility) and additional parameters that only Powerlevel10k understands. Names of all parameters in Powerlevel10k start with POWERLEVEL9K_ for consistency.
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I am a Mac user on osx 10.15.7 (Catalina). I recently updated brew and upgraded formulas with it. Since then, my terminal has become erratic and prints out these errors:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-31 at 22:17
prezto: old shell detected, minimum required: 4.3.17
Check your zsh version
Anyone knows how to fix it, i.e., let the
git branch command to show results in current terminal instead of entering into an editor mode?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-01 at 18:40
git is using the pager (usually
less command) for its output.
the easiest way to skip the paging for one time is to use
--no-pager option for command; and to disable the paging completely
git documentation suggests:
To disable pagination for all commands, set
git config --global core.pager cat
you may experiment with setting the pager to
less -F -X; this will make less page the content only if it does not fit the screen
-F, and not to clean the terminal buffer
git config --global core.pager 'less -F -X'
or simply disable the pager for the
git config --global pager.branch false
I had a local folder that got pushed to git mistakenly at one point. I fixed it(git-ignored it, deleted it from remote, git pulled, etc.) to get them back in sync.
However, oh-my-zsh (with
powerlevel10k theme) will not change the prompt's git banner back to green.
I have tried restarting
zshrc, removing git plugin and adding it back to
zshrc, but none of this works.
Screenshot shows git status is clean, but the prompt still shows git status as yellow instead of green.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-12 at 06:34
Try first to clone again your repository in a separate, to check if the issue persists (if the zsh prompt, in that new folder, is still incorrect).
From issue 559, you can see what produces the yellow segement:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-21 at 12:32
You have a small extension (possibly part of the powerlevel10k theme) that colorizes the text on the command line. One thing it does is do progressive path lookup on the name of the command you are typing. If no command is found, the text is red. Once a valid command is found, the color becomes green.
This is independent of whether the command, when executed, succeeds or fails.
test with no arguments fails, as noted by the
1x in the following prompt.
If you look at this gif attached to this thread on Reddit it looks like the transient prompt is fixed to the bottom of the Terminal window. Is is supposed to do that? If so, how do you set that up? I'm using transient prompt but its behavior is the same as default (starting at the top, terminal feedback pushes the prompt down)....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-09 at 08:11
It's not a feature of P10k. Just put this in your
.zshrc file, before initializing the prompt:
I have a MacBook with Iterm2 with Zshell (zsh) and one of the add-ons I have is the command line fuzzy finder (fzf), but despite being added to my .zshrc it doesn't work. If I manually load it with
source ~/.fzf.zsh it works, and if I then reload my .zshrc
source ~/.zshrc it doesn't work again.
What could be the reason?
Here's most of my .zshrc file (see the line: # add fuzzy find):...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-22 at 13:46
Something you do in
source ~/.fzf.zsh breaks it. Make sure
~/.fzf.zsh occurs after that, most easily accomplished by moving it to the end of the file.
Why is that, and how do I get all my terminal commands back?
I can't run
jupyter notebook, although I was able to open Anaconda as an application and get into it that way.
Does it have something to do with my PATH? I don't know how to get my terminal commands back, please help. I'm loving iTerm2 and OhMyZsh.
This might help: ~/.zshrc :...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-06 at 04:51
I was facing a similar issue. I was able to apply the workaround and later on, Jupyter notebook worked as expected.
Alternatively, you can check the path variables as well.
I honestly don't remember what I last installed on my machine, I believe it was brewing gatsby-cli. Anyway, since yesterday morning my terminal has been giving me the following error when I open a new instance or reset the terminal (open a new tab, source ~/.zshrc, etc)....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-23 at 21:45
Try removing the npx plugin from
plugins=(...) in .zshrc. I had the same problem and that solved it for me.
I'm having a strange issue, and I really can't tell whether it's caused by something related to my Git install or my shell, or something else entirely. If I'm in a Git repository with plenty of branches and commits, and I try to list branches:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-13 at 18:27
When running in a regular terminal, unless you capture or redirect git's output with
$(git ...) or
git ... | otherprogram,
isatty(1) is true, so git automatically invokes a pager to let users read content too long to fit on one screen.
See if the problem goes away without a pager.
git --no-pager branchstill have issues?
Check which pager is in use.
declare -p GIT_PAGERwill show a pager configured only for
gitvia the environment.
git config core.pagerwill show a pager configured only for
gitvia its config files.
declare -p PAGERwill show a pager configured to be used by your OS in general.
Check how that pager is configured, and try clearing or simplifying that configuration.
- If your pager is
declare -p LESSwill show options configured for it via the environment, and
unset LESSwill temporarily clear those options.
- If your pager is
declare -p MOREwill show options configured for it via the environment, and
unset MOREwill temporarily clear those options.
- For another pager, consider reading its manual.
- If your pager is
The OP had
LESS='-F -g -i -M -R -S -z-4'
exported in their environment. The
-F argument to
less instructs it to exit if there's less than one page of content to be displayed.
On the OP's (MacOS) system, the stock version of
less, when called with
-F, exited before emitting the original content to stdout; this could be repaired either by removing that flag, or by installing a newer version of
I have a script that is used for inserting data to a db.. Something like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-28 at 15:13
So I found the answer. It wasn't about bash or zsh, and so that's why I wasn't finding a solution.
The issue was with the AWS command as it was running the inserts using AWS CLI. The CLI has a field
AWS_PAGER which I'm assuming has a default setting of
AWS_PAGER = "less".
Whether it's default or not, adding
export AWS_PAGER="" fixed the issue.
No vulnerabilities reported
Install Powerlevel10k itself.
Restart Zsh with exec zsh.
Type p10k configure if the configuration wizard doesn't start automatically.
choose this if confused or uncertain.
Manual 👈 choose this if confused or uncertain
Oh My Zsh
Once you download the recommended font, you can install it just like any other font. Google "how to install fonts on your OS".
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