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Solarin theme for git prompt (brew install bash-git-prompt)
# This is a custom theme template for gitprompt.sh and is used here: https://github.com/magicmonty/bash-git-prompt
# Install this package using: brew install bash-git-prompt
# Copy this file to $(brew --prefix)/opt/bash-git-prompt/share/themes/
# Add the following code to your ~/.bash_profile
# if [ -f "$(brew --prefix)/opt/bash-git-prompt/share/gitprompt.sh" ]; then
# __GIT_PROMPT_DIR=$(brew --prefix)/opt/bash-git-prompt/share
# GIT_PROMPT_ONLY_IN_REPO=1
# GIT_PROMPT_THEME=Solarin
# source "$(brew --prefix)/opt/bash-git-prompt/share/gitprompt.sh"
# fi
#
# Author: Kevin Boutin <me@kevinboutin.me>
# 2020-09-16
#
override_git_prompt_colors() {
GIT_PROMPT_THEME_NAME="Solarin"
Time12a="[\$(date +%H:%M:%S)]"
PathShort="\u@\h:\w";
## These are the color definitions used by gitprompt.sh
GIT_PROMPT_PREFIX="(" # start of the git info string
GIT_PROMPT_SUFFIX=")" # the end of the git info string
# GIT_PROMPT_SEPARATOR="|" # separates each item
GIT_PROMPT_BRANCH="${Magenta}" # the git branch that is active in the current directory
# GIT_PROMPT_MASTER_BRANCH="${GIT_PROMPT_BRANCH}" # used if the git branch that is active in the current directory is $GIT_PROMPT_MASTER_BRANCHES
GIT_PROMPT_STAGED="${Green}●" # the number of staged files/directories
GIT_PROMPT_CONFLICTS="${Red}✖ " # the number of files in conflict
GIT_PROMPT_CHANGED="${Cyan}✚ " # the number of changed files
# GIT_PROMPT_REMOTE=" " # the remote branch name (if any) and the symbols for ahead and behind
GIT_PROMPT_UNTRACKED="${Cyan}…" # the number of untracked files/dirs
GIT_PROMPT_STASHED="${BoldBlue}⚑ " # the number of stashed files/dir
GIT_PROMPT_CLEAN="${BoldGreen}✔" # a colored flag indicating a "clean" repo
## For the command indicator, the placeholder _LAST_COMMAND_STATE_
## will be replaced with the exit code of the last command
## e.g.
## GIT_PROMPT_COMMAND_OK="${Green}✔-_LAST_COMMAND_STATE_ " # indicator if the last command returned with an exit code of 0
## GIT_PROMPT_COMMAND_FAIL="${Red}✘-_LAST_COMMAND_STATE_ " # indicator if the last command returned with an exit code of other than 0
GIT_PROMPT_COMMAND_OK="${Green}✔" # indicator if the last command returned with an exit code of 0
GIT_PROMPT_COMMAND_FAIL="${Red}✘-_LAST_COMMAND_STATE_" # indicator if the last command returned with an exit code of other than 0
## template for displaying the current virtual environment
## use the placeholder _VIRTUALENV_ will be replaced with
## the name of the current virtual environment (currently CONDA and VIRTUAL_ENV)
# GIT_PROMPT_VIRTUALENV="(${Blue}_VIRTUALENV_${ResetColor}) "
# template for displaying the current remote tracking branch
# use the placeholder _UPSTREAM_ will be replaced with
# the name of the current remote tracking branch
# GIT_PROMPT_UPSTREAM=" {${Blue}_UPSTREAM_${ResetColor}}"
## _LAST_COMMAND_INDICATOR_ will be replaced by the appropriate GIT_PROMPT_COMMAND_OK OR GIT_PROMPT_COMMAND_FAIL
GIT_PROMPT_START_USER="_LAST_COMMAND_INDICATOR_ ${Blue}${PathShort}${ResetColor}"
# GIT_PROMPT_START_ROOT="_LAST_COMMAND_INDICATOR_ ${GIT_PROMPT_START_USER}"
GIT_PROMPT_END_USER=" \n${Green}${Time12a}${Magenta} $ ${ResetColor}"
# GIT_PROMPT_END_ROOT=" \n${White}${Time12a}${ResetColor} # "
## Please do not add colors to these symbols
# GIT_PROMPT_SYMBOLS_AHEAD="↑·" # The symbol for "n versions ahead of origin"
# GIT_PROMPT_SYMBOLS_BEHIND="↓·" # The symbol for "n versions behind of origin"
# GIT_PROMPT_SYMBOLS_PREHASH=":" # Written before hash of commit, if no name could be found
# GIT_PROMPT_SYMBOLS_NO_REMOTE_TRACKING="L" # This symbol is written after the branch, if the branch is not tracked
# branch name(s) that will use $GIT_PROMPT_MASTER_BRANCH color
# To specify multiple branches, use
# shopt -s extglob
# GIT_PROMPT_MASTER_BRANCHES='@(master|production)'
# GIT_PROMPT_MASTER_BRANCHES="master"
}
reload_git_prompt_colors "Solarin"
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