How do I get my iTerm prompt to display differently when I'm in a Git branch?
I'm trying to get my iTerm prompt set up the same way as Paul Irish
So far I have the following in
# Add git branch name to prompt
git branch 2> /dev/null | sed -e '/^[^*]/d' -e 's/*\(.*\)/ on \1/'
I don't know how to make just the branch appear in a different colour and not the preceding "on"
As well as this there are other features such as:
- Displaying an "o" at the prompt when not in a git branch
- Displaying a "±" when in a branch
- Displaying the date at the end of the line
Any help would be appreciated
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