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Saurabh Sharma

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Can I see your terminal?

Last time, I posted Can I see your desktop home screen and it went more popular than I thought.

This time I want to see your Terminal.

is it hyper? or iterm? or xterm something? post down below.

here is mine

terminal

update 1:

Now after looking at some cool terminal I have updated to fluent terminal.

update 1

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Arnaud Morisset • Edited on

Nice post, here is mine. It's really "classic" with a little companion:

iterm

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Shan Liu

that's cool. how?

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Arnaud Morisset

Just one line in my .zshrc. ;)

export PROMPT='%F{235}%B%c%b%f$(_currentKubernetesContextName)$(_currentEnvironmentName)%(?.(%F{198}♥%f‿%F{198}♥%f.(%F{75}ಥ%f_%F{75}ಥ%f)) '

NB: You can omit the Kubernetes part.

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Shan Liu

cheers mate.

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Dian Fay • Edited on

I use termite with zsh. The calendar is when. Font is Inconsolata-dz (a variant with straight quotation marks). Window titles are displayed in my statusbar so I save a tiny bit of space by eliminating borders and titlebars. Pressing ESC or Ctrl+[ switches the command line from insert to command mode so I can navigate as in vi.

dotfiles here

terminal with calendar and git status

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Sean Crossey

is that massive-js as in the not-really-an-orm for postgres? if so i discovered it yesterday - great package!

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Dian Fay

It is, yes! Glad you like it!

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Alex Miasoiedov

perfect one! 10/10

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Jess Chandler • Edited on

Love the question and all the responses. I'm using zsh and the man theme - ran a few dir and speak commands to show how git and time are incorporated.
myterminal

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JD Taft

This kinda looks like a giant Post-It note. I like that.

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Jess Chandler

I stumbled on the yellow while playing around with the default choices in Terminal. :) I like it...almost all of my other coding screens are dark grey.

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Lucas Moulin • Edited on

I try to keep it pretty minimal

iTerm with zsh

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Bo • Edited on

Here is my minimal setup:

minimal terminal setup

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haythem

how to have 3 different color please

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Bo

Default Oh My ZSH setup

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Akinwale Oshodi • Edited on

Seems more like prezto and not Oh My ZSH.

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Bo

Yeah you are correct, my bad. I have since switched over to fish shell.

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Stephanie

I have a random happy ascii character and a motivational phrase every new window. :)

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Gunnar Gissel • Edited on

Here's where I make the money...

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lynn

This is the ideal terminal. You may not like it, but this is what peak performance looks like.

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Michael Born

Is it? From my experience, the windows terminal is both less useful and simply slower to use than any Unix terminal. But it certainly gets the job done.

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Gunnar Gissel

GG Allyn is referencing this: twitter.com/scrowder/status/687260...

There are definitely better terminals, even on Windows. Still, this is what I get paid for

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Michael Born

Ah, I get it. Yeah, for our Windows servers I like git bash.

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Gunnar Gissel

Our environment is locked down enough that git bash isn’t an option for me. I like it when I get the chance, though!

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Sergiu Mureşan

The Linux simulation you see when you open Git Bash is actually MSYS2 which you can find right here

You can do really cool things with it, like using the GCC tool-chain right inside of Windows.

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d3rrila • Edited on

Here's mine :D

And on Windows:

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Michael Born

Hold on while I go install neofetch...

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Mohammed Foysal

What terminal are you using for Windows. I've been using Git Bash but am looking for something better, preferably something with ZSH.

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d3rrila • Edited on

Sorry to disappoint, I'm actually using the Windows Subsystem for Linux together with VcXsrv and basically I just compiled my regular linux terminal for it ( st.suckless.org/ )
The font I'm using is Realtime by Juri Zaech in case anybody cares.

I hope this helps, but I'm sorry if it doesn't.

Edit: st has quite a few drawbacks. It's a terminal emulator and literally nothing else. You don't even have a scrollback buffer. There are patches on the website for it, but expect to manually splice them in with some code surgery, because those patches are always out of date.

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Stephanie Handsteiner

In case someone asks, this is the theme.

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Cedric

Nord is the best theme for terminal

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Jess Lee (she/her)

On my home machine 😄

mossgreen-iterm

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Valentin Baca • Edited on

FYI You can get rid of the "Last login" with touch .hushlogin

Also, I really like the "cash cow" prompt :)

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Jess Lee (she/her)

Here's my work machine 😇

iterm-pink-terminal

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Meghan (she/her)

wait, bash has tabs?

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T-Bone • Edited on

Iterm ftw

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Thibault Maekelbergh

Any macOS terminal has tabs.

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Kjell Otto

This is just the iTerm app as a Terminal replacement. But you can make "bash has tabs" with screen or tmux :) have a look, it's really great for remote work too.

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teakap

Linux OS have tabs as well. Try ctr+shift+t ;)

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Lucas Moulin

Quick tip: If you press Cmd+Shift+4 and then press Space you can take a screenshot of a single application :)

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Enno Rehling (恩諾) • Edited on

What they didn't tell me: Cmd+Ctrl+Shift+4 will put the screenshot into the clipboard, which is a lot easier when what you want is to paste directly into Slack.

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Lucas Moulin

This is awesome too! Unless you use Safari, because Safari doesn't support this =/

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Enno Rehling (恩諾)

My final recommendation for screenshots is Skitch, which has very nifty tools for annotating. I love the arrows especially.

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Lucas Moulin

Skitch is great, I stopped using it when I found out that Preview has a lot of those annotating features. It isn't as feature full as Skitch, but it fits me well.

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toby

If on Windows 10 there is the WinKey + Shift + S keycombo to launch selecting an area to screen shot which gets copied to the clipboard.
Or just hit WinKey, type snip, and hit enter, then select the Window selection.
Or use the WinKey + Alt + prntscrn shortcut with the correct window selected and a shot will be saved to your Captures directory

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Ashley Sheridan

All these crazy key combinations, on Linux all you need to do is press the regular old print screen button, and it lets you do any of those things without having to remember arcane sequences ;)

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miku86

And if you hit Alt + Print,
you get a screenshot of the current focused window.

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Guney Ozsan

Good old print screen still works on Windows. These are for custom crops.

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Mac Siri

Woah that is a neat tip.

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Khaled Garbaya • Edited on

here you go

terminal

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ras

Is that NERDTree or something different?

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Khaled Garbaya

Yep that's nerd tree

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Harry

How's react dev in vim?

I ended up moving away because I couldn't deal with large projects - I've started pulling it up for quick edits in my Vs code terminal though. I miss the utility

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Khaled Garbaya

Works very well for me and especially with the combination of tmux I do all my coding in one terminal window. I can even zoom in one pane, do something and zoom back out.

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Brad

What editor is that? Looks neat.

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Andre Christoga Pramaditya

Vim.

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Brad

Lol I know how to exit vim, I swear. Didn't recognize it with the file explorer showing.

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dmdinh22

Any way you can share your .vimrc? would like to check out your settings.

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Khaled Garbaya

Sure thing, use this branch it is up to date github.com/Khaledgarbaya/dotfiles/...

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Ben Halpern
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Kevin McGinn • Edited on

Zooming out a bit: batcave

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brad oyler

ok, now enhance, pls...

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Daniel Kassen

Mac Keyboard shortcut for emojis: ctrl + cmd + space
👌

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p-mcgowan • Edited on

termux on android
Termux on android - I use default terminals (nothing fancy) with dotfiles in source control so all my devices are matching and I can re-provision if I want to destroy them with fire.

My desktop/laptop/server are all the same format (different uname in PS1, semi-transparent background, otherwise default gnome-terminal), and red PS1 when ssh'd in (since I used to shut down the wrong box from time to time). Obviously programming on my phone is a last resort, but it's saved me from production fires before - ssh and data, what else do you need?

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Sergio Daniel Xalambrí • Edited on

That's my terminal, I use Hyper with the zsh theme zeit.zsh-theme. I like to keep it simple.

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toby

Really don't get why anyone would run node just to type in a terminal... This confuses me. Though it does look pretty.

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Dave Jacoby • Edited on

My work linux box:
 ✔ jacoby@oz 16:40 42°F    ~

Meaning, left-to-right:
My computer is up-to-date
TaskWarrior is happy with me
I'm me on my computer
It's almost time to go
It's not too cold out
I've had two cups of coffee today
I'm in my home directory

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Kyle Galloway

How??? I want this config!

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Dave Jacoby

It helps if you have Font Awesome set up on your system.

This needs cleaning up. As pasted from my prompt.sh

# prompt.sh

# the unified prompt for Dave Jacoby, based on system settings
# and capabilities.

# if a capability is absent for an entry, such as TaskWarrior
# or ACPI, the prompt will drop that in favor of entries it
# can handle.

# Tasks

#   * I have partially added Font Awesome to the prompt,
#     especially for the buttons. I need to more fully 
#     integrate FA fonts. For example, with TaskWarrior 
#     icons

# TASK WARRIOR INTO MY PROMPT
# this part is just fun-with-utf8
# https://twitter.com/pjf/status/852466839145795584
URGENT="2757"
DUETOMORROW="2690"
DUETODAY="2691"
OVERDUE="2639"
OK="2714"

# shows if any TaskWarrior tasks are in need of attention
function task_indicator {
    if [ `task +READY +OVERDUE count` -gt "0" ]  ; then
        printf "%b" "\u$OVERDUE"
    elif [ `task +READY +DUETODAY count` -gt "0" ]  ; then
        printf "%b" "\u$DUETODAY"
    elif [ `task +READY +DUETomorrow count` -gt "0" ]  ; then
        printf "%b" "\u$DUETOMORROW"
    elif [ `task +READY urgency \> 10 count` -gt "0" ]  ; then
        printf "%b" "\u$URGENT"
    else
        printf "%b" "\u$OK"
    fi
}

# here I switch to Font-Awesome, which might not show for dev.to
HOT_BEVERAGE="2615"
POWER="26A1"
#BATTERY="8984"
#POWER="2605"
BATTERY="2606"
NOT=""
fa_bolt=""
fa_plug="" # fa-plug [&#xf1e6
fa_battery="" # fa-battery (alias) [] 4.4
fa_battery_0="" # fa_battery_0 (alias) [] 4.4
fa_battery_1="" # fa_battery_1 (alias) [] 4.4
fa_battery_2="" # fa_battery_2 (alias) [] 4.4
fa_battery_3="" # fa_battery_3 (alias) [] 4.4
fa_battery_4="" # fa_battery_4 (alias) [] 4.4
fa_battery_empty="" # fa_battery_empty [] 4.4
fa_battery_full="" # fa_battery_full [] 4.4
fa_battery_half="" # fa_battery_half [] 4.4
fa_battery_quarter="" # fa_battery_quarter [] 4.4
fa_battery_three="" # fa_battery_three-quarters [] 4.3 fa-bed [&

# PLUGGED IN OR NO
# works on my Linux laptop, not on my desktop

# shows if the battery is currently charging
function battery_charging {
    CHARGING=`/usr/bin/acpi | awk '{ print $3}'`
    if [ $CHARGING = 'Discharging,' ];  then
        printf '%s' $fa_plug
    else
        printf '%s' $fa_bolt
    fi
}

# shows current status of battery
# 0  - 12     EMPTY
# 13 - 37     QUARTER
# 38 - 62     HALF
# 63 - 87     THREE-QUARTER
# 88 - 100    FULL
function battery_life {
    ACPI=`/usr/bin/acpi | awk '{ print $4}'`
    ACPI=${ACPI//[!0-9]/}
    if   [ $ACPI == "100" ];then 
        printf '%s ' $fa_battery_4
    elif [   $ACPI -lt "13" ];then
        printf '%s ' $fa_battery_0
    elif [ $ACPI -lt "38" ];then
        printf '%s ' $fa_battery_1
    elif [ $ACPI -lt "63" ];then
        printf '%s ' $fa_battery_2
    elif [ $ACPI -lt "88" ];then
        printf '%s ' $fa_battery_3
    else 
        printf '%s ' $fa_battery_4
    fi    
}

# opening tag for setting color. depends on a lot of
# variations, including host
function opentag {
    if [ -f "/bin/hostname" ] ; then
        HOST=`/bin/hostname`
    else
        HOST='NONE'
    fi

    if [[ $HOST == *"purdue.edu" ]] ; then
        HOST=`/bin/hostname -s`
    fi

    foreground='38;5;255'
    background=''
    bold='1;'   #1
    dim=''      #2
    italic=''   #3
    reverse=''  #7

    # WORK LINUX COMPUTER
    if [ $HOST = 'oz' ]; then
        foreground='38;5;82'
        bold='1;'
        if [[ -z $DESKTOP_SESSION ]] ; then
            reverse='7;'
        fi

    # WORK WINDOWS 10 COMPUTER 
    elif [ $HOST = 'Lion' ];then
        foreground='38;5;206'
        foreground='38;5;79'
        bold='1;'
        # if [ -z $SYSTEMDRIVE ] ; then
        #    foreground='38;5;196'
        #     bold='1;'
        # fi

    # PERSONAL LINUX COMPUTER
    elif [ $HOST = 'gort' ]; then
        foreground='38;5;39'
        bold='1;'

    # PERSONAL WIN10 COMPUTER
    # works in WSL, not in Git4Windows Bash
    elif [ $HOST = 'K9' ]; then
        foreground='38;5;39'
        bold='1;'

    # REMOVING SOME WORK HOSTS
    fi
    printf "\e[%s%s%s%s%sm" $bold $dim $italic $reverse $background $foreground
    # unset HOST foreground background bold dim italic reverse 
}

# closes all open tag types
function closetag {
    printf "\e[0m"
    }

# if wanted, just bold and white
function boldwhite {
    printf "\e\[1;38;5;255m"
    }

# sets the PS1 variable
# function set_ps1 {

    header="\[\033]0;\u@\h: \w\007\]"
    # chroot="${debian_chroot:+($debian_chroot)}"
    chroot=""
    userhost="\u@\h "
    localtime="\A "
    path="\w "
    end="\n\$ "

    # the coffee, weather and reboot info are called in other programs
    # every time the prompt is run
    task="\$(task_indicator)"
    battery_charging="\$(battery_charging)"
    battery_life="\$(battery_life)"
    timer_show="($timer_show)"
    reboot="\$(~/bin/need_reboot.pl)"
    temp="\$(~/bin/get_temp.pl)"
    coffee="\$(~/bin/get_coffee.pl) "
    dbus="\$(~/local/bin/pull_dbus_address.sh)"
    git="\$(__git_ps1)"

    open="$(opentag)"
    close="$(closetag)"

    prompt=$header

    # I add getting and storing the DBUS address so I can 
    # control Spotify from the command line and take webcam
    # pictures via Crontab
    if [ -f ~/local/bin/pull_dbus_address.sh ];then
        prompt="$prompt$dbus"
    fi

    prompt="$prompt\n\[$open\]"

    if [ -f ~/bin/need_reboot.pl ];then
        prompt="$prompt$reboot "
    fi

    if [ -f /usr/bin/acpi ];then
        prompt="$prompt$battery_charging "
        prompt="$prompt$battery_life "
    fi

    if [ -f /usr/bin/task ];then
        prompt="$prompt$task "
    fi

    prompt=$prompt$userhost
    prompt=$prompt$localtime

    if [ -f ~/bin/get_temp.pl ];then
        prompt="$prompt$temp "
    fi

    if [ -f ~/bin/get_coffee.pl ];then
        prompt="$prompt$coffee "
    fi

    prompt=$prompt$path
    prompt=$prompt$chroot
    prompt=$prompt$git

    if [ -f ~/.timing ];then
        prompt="$prompt$timer_show "
    fi

    prompt=$prompt$end
    prompt="$prompt\[$close\]"

    trap 'timer_start' DEBUG
    PROMPT_COMMAND="timer_stop"
    export PS1=$prompt
    # unset chroot close coffee dbus end git header open path prompt reboot task temp localtime userhost
# }

# set_ps1

and this in my .bashrc:

if [ -f /home/jacoby/bin/prompt.sh ]; then
    source /home/jacoby/bin/prompt.sh 
else
    export PS1="\n\
\[\033]0;\u@\h: \w\007\]\
${debian_chroot:+($debian_chroot)}\
\u@\h \
\A \
\$(~/bin/pull_dbus_address.sh)\w\$(__git_ps1)\
\n\$ "

fi
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Kyle Galloway

Thanks

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Jess Chandler

Wow...and I immediately had to go and look up Taskwarrior :)

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Yechiel Kalmenson • Edited on

The // ♥ is the default prompt in Flatiron School's IDE (a play on their motto "Learn, Love, Code"), and I've been adding it to my terminal ever since.

My Terminal

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Doug Miller

how do i get out of script and the // ♥ prompt? I can't use terminal for anything else.

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Yechiel Kalmenson

The settings for the prompt are usually in a file in the home directory called .bashrc or .bash_profile, search for PS1, that's the variable that holds your bash prompt. If you want to change it just change the value of PS1.

There are lots of tutorials online that teach how to add dynamic information to the prompt, like the current working directory, the time, and how to add color.

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Doug Miller

Thanks for the help,

It seems that some kind of script was running and even when I exit it, It would restart when opened terminal again.

It started after I followed the set up the Flatiron school tutorials.

In the end I deleted all the .bashxx files and restarted terminal.

Nothing succeeds like excess!

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olkinn • Edited on

Here's mine! Tmux + fish + custom themes for both iterm and emacs
(github.com/olkinn/forest-blue-iTerm and github.com/olkinn/forest-blue-emacs)

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Casey Webb • Edited on

spaceship-prompt + tmux in Hyper with hypernasa plugin. Left pane is gtop.

The entire .zshrc can be found in my setup repo

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Martin Becker • Edited on

What's performance on Hyper like? I ask because I know how slow atom can be and seeing as how this is also built on electron I'm a little skeptical on it's performance potential.
Also, my terminal:

Thermatix's Terminal

I run Tmux with vim as my main editor and zsh as my shell, I use zplug for zsh plugin management.
My theme is gruvbox on my term and in vim

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Casey Webb • Edited on

It's not fantastic, but good enough for how I use it. Performance degrades quickly as you start adding plugins.

I typically use VS Code's terminal for the convenience, but it's also wicked fast. Sure do miss the APOD background though...

EDIT: Hyper 2 uses VS Code's renderer, thus it's now also wicked fast.

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Timothy Cole • Edited on

WSL (Windows Subsystem for Linux) in Hyper with ZSH
Hyper Config: gist.github.com/TimothyCole/a15953...

WSL in Hyper

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toby

Pretty! But how is Hyper performance? (startup times, execution, etc)

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Élie

The Hyper buffer is very bad... You can't run cat on large files. But the rest is acceptable, the slowest thing is WSL with OhMyZSH

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toby

I do find OhMyZsh kinda slow on WSL. There are ways of reducing the issue but not completely :-\

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Timothy Cole

I don't have any problems with startup times or anything. It takes like half a second to open and it's fine. (I have an i7-6700k with 32GB of Ram if that helps)

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Erik Nelson • Edited on

Work Macbook: Hyper with Pure, and Zsh using the Spaceship theme

Hyper screenshot

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Kiran Tambe • Edited on

This is the best, because I use the same😁

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Philipp • Edited on

I use hyper as terminal, zsh as shell and pure (github.com/sindresorhus/pure).

hyper

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toby

Are you using git bash on Windows 10? What's wrong with WSL?

I have Ubuntu WSL with a console theme and oh my zsh with power-line theme and a patched font, for use as regular terminal. But I also have it set for using as the terminal in vscode.

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Saurabh Sharma Author

Wsl is the best thing in Windows. Nothing is wrong with it. 😋

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Desmond Edem

How did you patch your fonts on WSL? I noticed some icons are not displaying on my terminal. I use fira code

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toby

The one I was using was from the power line font pack, there is a patched power line pack. I'm not sure if that had First.

However, there is now Nerd Fonts (github.com/ryanoasis/nerd-fonts) which is a much larger pack of patched fonts - still not sure if first is in that.

To use any of the forms from any pack, simply unzip the font you want, install it on windows in the normal manner (right click & install iirc) then restart the shell and check the shell properties to select the new font.

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Desmond Edem • Edited on

Thanks alot for replying. Let me try this right away.

Edit: Hey @toby it worked.

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Desmond Edem • Edited on

I don't like the amount of information being displayed there. Any tip on how to make it lean like yours?

Thank You

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Pedro M. M. • Edited on

I like it simple and clean :)

Hyper (w/ Hyper One Light theme for the white background) + Zsh + Spaceship theme

Screenshot

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Michael Kohl • Edited on

Terminal

Same setup at home and work since I keep all my dotfiles in git.

iTerm, running ZSH (configured via Prezto + custom prompt), font is the excellent FiraCode (12pt Retina). Some things of note:

  1. Prompt autodetects type of project and shows me the relevant Ruby/Node/Python etc versions
  2. Syntax highlighting for commands (that's why "wrong" on the fist line is in red, it's an invalid command)
  3. Mark failure of last command at beginning of prompt (the red [✘] at the second prompt)
  4. "ls" and all corresponding aliases replaced by exa
  5. Excellent ZSH autocomplete in action
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Erin Moore • Edited on

here is mine, every time someone says something about it, it gets more colorful.

a photo of my terminal

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Nick Vernij • Edited on

You can make a picture show up by using markdown, like this.

![alt text](https://thepracticaldev.s3.amazonaws.com/i/l7x9ht1ynb1n053xwoyo.png)

Where the url is your own, of course.

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Erin Moore

Oh snap, thanks!

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Vincent Grovestine • Edited on

I use Guake drop-down terminal with plain ol' bash, a hotkey to open the pane on demand, and semi-transparent so I can see what's going on underneath--often because I have a how-to of some sort open at the same time for reference.

Guake drop-down terminal

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Dimitri Acosta