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# Generated by Powerlevel10k configuration wizard on 2020-01-25 at 18:23 CET.
# Based on romkatv/powerlevel10k/config/p10k-rainbow.zsh, checksum 09162.
# Wizard options: nerdfont-complete + powerline, large icons, rainbow, time,
# angled separators, sharp heads, flat tails, 2 lines, solid, no frame, light-ornaments,
# compact, many icons, concise, instant_prompt=verbose.
# Type `p10k configure` to generate another config.
#
# Config for Powerlevel10k with powerline prompt style with colorful background.
# Type `p10k configure` to generate your own config based on it.
#
# Tip: Looking for a nice color? Here's a one-liner to print colormap.
#
# for i in {0..255}; do print -Pn "%${i}F${(l:3::0:)i}%f " ${${(M)$((i%8)):#7}:+$'\n'}; done
# Temporarily change options.
'builtin' 'local' '-a' 'p10k_config_opts'
[[ ! -o 'aliases' ]] || p10k_config_opts+=('aliases')
[[ ! -o 'sh_glob' ]] || p10k_config_opts+=('sh_glob')
[[ ! -o 'no_brace_expand' ]] || p10k_config_opts+=('no_brace_expand')
'builtin' 'setopt' 'no_aliases' 'no_sh_glob' 'brace_expand'
() {
emulate -L zsh
setopt no_unset extended_glob
# Unset all configuration options. This allows you to apply configiguration changes without
# restarting zsh. Edit ~/.p10k.zsh and type `source ~/.p10k.zsh`.
unset -m 'POWERLEVEL9K_*'
autoload -Uz is-at-least && is-at-least 5.1 || return
zmodload zsh/langinfo
if [[ ${langinfo[CODESET]:-} != (utf|UTF)(-|)8 ]]; then
local LC_ALL=${${(@M)$(locale -a):#*.(utf|UTF)(-|)8}[1]:-en_US.UTF-8}
fi
# The list of segments shown on the left. Fill it with the most important segments.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_LEFT_PROMPT_ELEMENTS=(
# =========================[ Line #1 ]=========================
os_icon # os identifier
dir # current directory
vcs # git status
# =========================[ Line #2 ]=========================
newline
prompt_char # prompt symbol
)
# The list of segments shown on the right. Fill it with less important segments.
# Right prompt on the last prompt line (where you are typing your commands) gets
# automatically hidden when the input line reaches it. Right prompt above the
# last prompt line gets hidden if it would overlap with left prompt.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_RIGHT_PROMPT_ELEMENTS=(
# =========================[ Line #1 ]=========================
status # exit code of the last command
command_execution_time # duration of the last command
background_jobs # presence of background jobs
direnv # direnv status (https://direnv.net/)
virtualenv # python virtual environment (https://docs.python.org/3/library/venv.html)
anaconda # conda environment (https://conda.io/)
pyenv # python environment (https://github.com/pyenv/pyenv)
goenv # go environment (https://github.com/syndbg/goenv)
nodenv # node.js version from nodenv (https://github.com/nodenv/nodenv)
nvm # node.js version from nvm (https://github.com/nvm-sh/nvm)
nodeenv # node.js environment (https://github.com/ekalinin/nodeenv)
# node_version # node.js version
# go_version # go version (https://golang.org)
# rust_version # rustc version (https://www.rust-lang.org)
# dotnet_version # .NET version (https://dotnet.microsoft.com)
rbenv # ruby version from rbenv (https://github.com/rbenv/rbenv)
rvm # ruby version from rvm (https://rvm.io)
fvm # flutter version management (https://github.com/leoafarias/fvm)
luaenv # lua version from luaenv (https://github.com/cehoffman/luaenv)
jenv # java version from jenv (https://github.com/jenv/jenv)
plenv # perl version from plenv (https://github.com/tokuhirom/plenv)
kubecontext # current kubernetes context (https://kubernetes.io/)
terraform # terraform workspace (https://www.terraform.io)
aws # aws profile (https://docs.aws.amazon.com/cli/latest/userguide/cli-configure-profiles.html)
aws_eb_env # aws elastic beanstalk environment (https://aws.amazon.com/elasticbeanstalk/)
azure # azure account name (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/cli/azure)
gcloud # google cloud cli acccount and project (https://cloud.google.com/)
google_app_cred # google application credentials (https://cloud.google.com/docs/authentication/production)
context # user@hostname
nordvpn # nordvpn connection status, linux only (https://nordvpn.com/)
ranger # ranger shell (https://github.com/ranger/ranger)
nnn # nnn shell (https://github.com/jarun/nnn)
vim_shell # vim shell indicator (:sh)
midnight_commander # midnight commander shell (https://midnight-commander.org/)
vi_mode # vi mode (you don't need this if you've enabled prompt_char)
# vpn_ip # virtual private network indicator
# disk_usage # disk usage
# ram # free RAM
# load # CPU load
todo # todo items (https://github.com/todotxt/todo.txt-cli)
time # current time
# =========================[ Line #2 ]=========================
newline
# public_ip # public IP address
# proxy # system-wide http/https/ftp proxy
# battery # internal battery
# example # example user-defined segment (see prompt_example function below)
)
# To disable default icons for all segments, set POWERLEVEL9K_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION=''.
#
# To enable default icons for all segments, don't define POWERLEVEL9K_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION
# or set it to '${P9K_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER}'.
#
# To remove trailing space from all default icons, set POWERLEVEL9K_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION
# to '${P9K_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER% }'.
#
# To enable default icons for one segment (e.g., dir), set
# POWERLEVEL9K_DIR_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='${P9K_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER}'.
#
# To assign a specific icon to one segment (e.g., dir), set
# POWERLEVEL9K_DIR_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'.
#
# To assign a specific icon to a segment in a given state (e.g., dir in state NOT_WRITABLE),
# set POWERLEVEL9K_DIR_NOT_WRITABLE_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'.
#
# Note: You can use $'\u2B50' instead of '⭐'. It's especially convenient when specifying
# icons that your text editor cannot render. Don't forget to put $ and use single quotes when
# defining icons via Unicode codepoints.
#
# Note: Many default icons cannot be displayed with system fonts. You'll need to install a
# capable font to use them. See POWERLEVEL9K_MODE below.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='${P9K_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER}'
# This option makes a difference only when default icons are enabled for all or some prompt
# segments (see POWERLEVEL9K_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION above). LOCK_ICON can be printed as
# $'\uE0A2', $'\uE138' or $'\uF023' depending on POWERLEVEL9K_MODE. The correct value of this
# parameter depends on the provider of the font your terminal is using.
#
# Font Provider | POWERLEVEL9K_MODE
# ---------------------------------+-------------------
# Powerline | powerline
# Font Awesome | awesome-fontconfig
# Adobe Source Code Pro | awesome-fontconfig
# Source Code Pro | awesome-fontconfig
# Awesome-Terminal Fonts (regular) | awesome-fontconfig
# Awesome-Terminal Fonts (patched) | awesome-patched
# Nerd Fonts | nerdfont-complete
# Other | compatible
#
# If this looks overwhelming, either stick with a preinstalled system font and set
# POWERLEVEL9K_MODE=compatible, or install the recommended Powerlevel10k font from
# https://github.com/romkatv/powerlevel10k/#recommended-meslo-nerd-font-patched-for-powerlevel10k
# and set POWERLEVEL9K_MODE=nerdfont-complete.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_MODE=nerdfont-complete
# When set to true, icons appear before content on both sides of the prompt. When set
# to false, icons go after content. If empty or not set, icons go before content in the left
# prompt and after content in the right prompt.
#
# You can also override it for a specific segment:
#
# POWERLEVEL9K_STATUS_ICON_BEFORE_CONTENT=false
#
# Or for a specific segment in specific state:
#
# POWERLEVEL9K_DIR_NOT_WRITABLE_ICON_BEFORE_CONTENT=false
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_ICON_BEFORE_CONTENT=
# Add an empty line before each prompt.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_PROMPT_ADD_NEWLINE=false
# Connect left prompt lines with these symbols. You'll probably want to use the same color
# as POWERLEVEL9K_MULTILINE_FIRST_PROMPT_GAP_FOREGROUND below.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_MULTILINE_FIRST_PROMPT_PREFIX=
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_MULTILINE_NEWLINE_PROMPT_PREFIX=
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_MULTILINE_LAST_PROMPT_PREFIX=
# Connect right prompt lines with these symbols.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_MULTILINE_FIRST_PROMPT_SUFFIX=
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_MULTILINE_NEWLINE_PROMPT_SUFFIX=
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_MULTILINE_LAST_PROMPT_SUFFIX=
# Filler between left and right prompt on the first prompt line. You can set it to ' ', '·' or
# '─'. The last two make it easier to see the alignment between left and right prompt and to
# separate prompt from command output. You might want to set POWERLEVEL9K_PROMPT_ADD_NEWLINE=false
# for more compact prompt if using using this option.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_MULTILINE_FIRST_PROMPT_GAP_CHAR='─'
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_MULTILINE_FIRST_PROMPT_GAP_BACKGROUND=
if [[ $POWERLEVEL9K_MULTILINE_FIRST_PROMPT_GAP_CHAR != ' ' ]]; then
# The color of the filler. You'll probably want to match the color of POWERLEVEL9K_MULTILINE
# ornaments defined above.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_MULTILINE_FIRST_PROMPT_GAP_FOREGROUND=242
# Start filler from the edge of the screen if there are no left segments on the first line.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_EMPTY_LINE_LEFT_PROMPT_FIRST_SEGMENT_END_SYMBOL='%{%}'
# End filler on the edge of the screen if there are no right segments on the first line.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_EMPTY_LINE_RIGHT_PROMPT_FIRST_SEGMENT_START_SYMBOL='%{%}'
fi
# Separator between same-color segments on the left.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_LEFT_SUBSEGMENT_SEPARATOR='\uE0B1'
# Separator between same-color segments on the right.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_RIGHT_SUBSEGMENT_SEPARATOR='\uE0B3'
# Separator between different-color segments on the left.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_LEFT_SEGMENT_SEPARATOR='\uE0B0'
# Separator between different-color segments on the right.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_RIGHT_SEGMENT_SEPARATOR='\uE0B2'
# The right end of left prompt.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_LEFT_PROMPT_LAST_SEGMENT_END_SYMBOL='\uE0B0'
# The left end of right prompt.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_RIGHT_PROMPT_FIRST_SEGMENT_START_SYMBOL='\uE0B2'
# The left end of left prompt.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_LEFT_PROMPT_FIRST_SEGMENT_START_SYMBOL=''
# The right end of right prompt.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_RIGHT_PROMPT_LAST_SEGMENT_END_SYMBOL=''
# Left prompt terminator for lines without any segments.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_EMPTY_LINE_LEFT_PROMPT_LAST_SEGMENT_END_SYMBOL=
#################################[ os_icon: os identifier ]##################################
# OS identifier color.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_OS_ICON_FOREGROUND=232
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_OS_ICON_BACKGROUND=7
# Make the icon bold.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_OS_ICON_CONTENT_EXPANSION='%B${P9K_CONTENT}'
################################[ prompt_char: prompt symbol ]################################
# Transparent background.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_PROMPT_CHAR_BACKGROUND=
# Green prompt symbol if the last command succeeded.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_PROMPT_CHAR_OK_{VIINS,VICMD,VIVIS,VIOWR}_FOREGROUND=76
# Red prompt symbol if the last command failed.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_PROMPT_CHAR_ERROR_{VIINS,VICMD,VIVIS,VIOWR}_FOREGROUND=196
# Default prompt symbol.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_PROMPT_CHAR_{OK,ERROR}_VIINS_CONTENT_EXPANSION='❯'
# Prompt symbol in command vi mode.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_PROMPT_CHAR_{OK,ERROR}_VICMD_CONTENT_EXPANSION='❮'
# Prompt symbol in visual vi mode.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_PROMPT_CHAR_{OK,ERROR}_VIVIS_CONTENT_EXPANSION='Ⅴ'
# Prompt symbol in overwrite vi mode.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_PROMPT_CHAR_{OK,ERROR}_VIOWR_CONTENT_EXPANSION='▶'
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_PROMPT_CHAR_OVERWRITE_STATE=true
# No line terminator if prompt_char is the last segment.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_PROMPT_CHAR_LEFT_PROMPT_LAST_SEGMENT_END_SYMBOL=
# No line introducer if prompt_char is the first segment.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_PROMPT_CHAR_LEFT_PROMPT_FIRST_SEGMENT_START_SYMBOL=
# No surrounding whitespace.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_PROMPT_CHAR_LEFT_{LEFT,RIGHT}_WHITESPACE=
##################################[ dir: current directory ]##################################
# Current directory background color.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_DIR_BACKGROUND=4
# Default current directory foreground color.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_DIR_FOREGROUND=254
# If directory is too long, shorten some of its segments to the shortest possible unique
# prefix. The shortened directory can be tab-completed to the original.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_SHORTEN_STRATEGY=truncate_to_unique
# Replace removed segment suffixes with this symbol.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_SHORTEN_DELIMITER=
# Color of the shortened directory segments.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_DIR_SHORTENED_FOREGROUND=250
# Color of the anchor directory segments. Anchor segments are never shortened. The first
# segment is always an anchor.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_DIR_ANCHOR_FOREGROUND=255
# Display anchor directory segments in bold.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_DIR_ANCHOR_BOLD=true
# Don't shorten directories that contain any of these files. They are anchors.
local anchor_files=(
.bzr
.citc
.git
.hg
.node-version
.python-version
.ruby-version
.shorten_folder_marker
.svn
.terraform
CVS
Cargo.toml
composer.json
go.mod
package.json
)
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_SHORTEN_FOLDER_MARKER="(${(j:|:)anchor_files})"
# Don't shorten this many last directory segments. They are anchors.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_SHORTEN_DIR_LENGTH=1
# Shorten directory if it's longer than this even if there is space for it. The value can
# be either absolute (e.g., '80') or a percentage of terminal width (e.g, '50%'). If empty,
# directory will be shortened only when prompt doesn't fit or when other parameters demand it
# (see POWERLEVEL9K_DIR_MIN_COMMAND_COLUMNS and POWERLEVEL9K_DIR_MIN_COMMAND_COLUMNS_PCT below).
# If set to `0`, directory will always be shortened to its minimum length.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_DIR_MAX_LENGTH=80
# When `dir` segment is on the last prompt line, try to shorten it enough to leave at least this
# many columns for typing commands.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_DIR_MIN_COMMAND_COLUMNS=40
# When `dir` segment is on the last prompt line, try to shorten it enough to leave at least
# COLUMNS * POWERLEVEL9K_DIR_MIN_COMMAND_COLUMNS_PCT * 0.01 columns for typing commands.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_DIR_MIN_COMMAND_COLUMNS_PCT=50
# If set to true, embed a hyperlink into the directory. Useful for quickly
# opening a directory in the file manager simply by clicking the link.
# Can also be handy when the directory is shortened, as it allows you to see
# the full directory that was used in previous commands.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_DIR_HYPERLINK=false
# Enable special styling for non-writable directories.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_DIR_SHOW_WRITABLE=true
# Show this icon when the current directory is not writable. POWERLEVEL9K_DIR_SHOW_WRITABLE
# above must be set to true for this parameter to have effect.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_DIR_NOT_WRITABLE_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
# Custom prefix.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_DIR_PREFIX='in '
# POWERLEVEL9K_DIR_CLASSES allows you to specify custom icons for different directories.
# It must be an array with 3 * N elements. Each triplet consists of:
#
# 1. A pattern against which the current directory is matched. Matching is done with
# extended_glob option enabled.
# 2. Directory class for the purpose of styling.
# 3. Icon.
#
# Triplets are tried in order. The first triplet whose pattern matches $PWD wins. If there
# are no matches, the directory will have no icon.
#
# Example:
#
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_DIR_CLASSES=(
# '~/work(|/*)' WORK '(╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻'
# '~(|/*)' HOME '⌂'
# '*' DEFAULT '')
#
# With these settings, the current directory in the prompt may look like this:
#
# (╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻ ~/work/projects/important/urgent
#
# Or like this:
#
# ⌂ ~/best/powerlevel10k
#
# You can also set different colors for directories of different classes. Remember to override
# FOREGROUND, SHORTENED_FOREGROUND and ANCHOR_FOREGROUND for every directory class that you wish
# to have its own color.
#
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_DIR_WORK_BACKGROUND=4
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_DIR_WORK_FOREGROUND=254
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_DIR_WORK_SHORTENED_FOREGROUND=250
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_DIR_WORK_ANCHOR_FOREGROUND=255
#
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_DIR_CLASSES=()
#####################################[ vcs: git status ]######################################
# Version control system colors.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_VCS_CLEAN_BACKGROUND=2
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_VCS_MODIFIED_BACKGROUND=3
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_VCS_UNTRACKED_BACKGROUND=2
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_VCS_CONFLICTED_BACKGROUND=3
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_VCS_LOADING_BACKGROUND=8
# Branch icon. Set this parameter to '\uF126 ' for the popular Powerline branch icon.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_VCS_BRANCH_ICON='\uF126 '
POWERLEVEL9K_VCS_BRANCH_ICON=${(g::)POWERLEVEL9K_VCS_BRANCH_ICON}
# Untracked files icon. It's really a question mark, your font isn't broken.
# Change the value of this parameter to show a different icon.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_VCS_UNTRACKED_ICON='?'
POWERLEVEL9K_VCS_UNTRACKED_ICON=${(g::)POWERLEVEL9K_VCS_UNTRACKED_ICON}
# Formatter for Git status.
#
# Example output: master ⇣42⇡42 *42 merge ~42 +42 !42 ?42.
#
# You can edit the function to customize how Git status looks.
#
# VCS_STATUS_* parameters are set by gitstatus plugin. See reference:
# https://github.com/romkatv/gitstatus/blob/master/gitstatus.plugin.zsh.
function my_git_formatter() {
emulate -L zsh
if [[ -n $P9K_CONTENT ]]; then
# If P9K_CONTENT is not empty, use it. It's either "loading" or from vcs_info (not from
# gitstatus plugin). VCS_STATUS_* parameters are not available in this case.
typeset -g my_git_format=$P9K_CONTENT
return
fi
# Styling for different parts of Git status.
local meta='%7F' # white foreground
local clean='%0F' # black foreground
local modified='%0F' # black foreground
local untracked='%0F' # black foreground
local conflicted='%1F' # red foreground
local res
local where # branch or tag
if [[ -n $VCS_STATUS_LOCAL_BRANCH ]]; then
res+="${clean}${POWERLEVEL9K_VCS_BRANCH_ICON}"
where=${(V)VCS_STATUS_LOCAL_BRANCH}
elif [[ -n $VCS_STATUS_TAG ]]; then
res+="${meta}#"
where=${(V)VCS_STATUS_TAG}
fi
# If local branch name or tag is at most 32 characters long, show it in full.
# Otherwise show the first 12 … the last 12.
(( $#where > 32 )) && where[13,-13]="…"
res+="${clean}${where//\%/%%}" # escape %
# Display the current Git commit if there is no branch or tag.
# Tip: To always display the current Git commit, remove `[[ -z $where ]] &&` from the next line.
[[ -z $where ]] && res+="${meta}@${clean}${VCS_STATUS_COMMIT[1,8]}"
# Show tracking branch name if it differs from local branch.
if [[ -n ${VCS_STATUS_REMOTE_BRANCH:#$VCS_STATUS_LOCAL_BRANCH} ]]; then
res+="${meta}:${clean}${(V)VCS_STATUS_REMOTE_BRANCH//\%/%%}" # escape %
fi
# ⇣42 if behind the remote.
(( VCS_STATUS_COMMITS_BEHIND )) && res+=" ${clean}${VCS_STATUS_COMMITS_BEHIND}"
# ⇡42 if ahead of the remote; no leading space if also behind the remote: ⇣42⇡42.
(( VCS_STATUS_COMMITS_AHEAD && !VCS_STATUS_COMMITS_BEHIND )) && res+=" "
(( VCS_STATUS_COMMITS_AHEAD )) && res+="${clean}${VCS_STATUS_COMMITS_AHEAD}"
# *42 if have stashes.
(( VCS_STATUS_STASHES )) && res+=" ${clean}*${VCS_STATUS_STASHES}"
# 'merge' if the repo is in an unusual state.
[[ -n $VCS_STATUS_ACTION ]] && res+=" ${conflicted}${VCS_STATUS_ACTION}"
# ~42 if have merge conflicts.
(( VCS_STATUS_NUM_CONFLICTED )) && res+=" ${conflicted}~${VCS_STATUS_NUM_CONFLICTED}"
# +42 if have staged changes.
(( VCS_STATUS_NUM_STAGED )) && res+=" ${modified}+${VCS_STATUS_NUM_STAGED}"
# !42 if have unstaged changes.
(( VCS_STATUS_NUM_UNSTAGED )) && res+=" ${modified}!${VCS_STATUS_NUM_UNSTAGED}"
# ?42 if have untracked files. It's really a question mark, your font isn't broken.
# See POWERLEVEL9K_VCS_UNTRACKED_ICON above if you want to use a different icon.
# Remove the next line if you don't want to see untracked files at all.
(( VCS_STATUS_NUM_UNTRACKED )) && res+=" ${untracked}${POWERLEVEL9K_VCS_UNTRACKED_ICON}${VCS_STATUS_NUM_UNTRACKED}"
typeset -g my_git_format=$res
}
functions -M my_git_formatter 2>/dev/null
# Disable the default Git status formatting.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_VCS_DISABLE_GITSTATUS_FORMATTING=true
# Install our own Git status formatter.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_VCS_CONTENT_EXPANSION='${$((my_git_formatter()))+${my_git_format}}'
# Enable counters for staged, unstaged, etc.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_VCS_{STAGED,UNSTAGED,UNTRACKED,CONFLICTED,COMMITS_AHEAD,COMMITS_BEHIND}_MAX_NUM=-1
# Custom icon.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_VCS_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
# Custom prefix.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_VCS_PREFIX='on '
# Show status of repositories of these types. You can add svn and/or hg if you are
# using them. If you do, your prompt may become slow even when your current directory
# isn't in an svn or hg reposotiry.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_VCS_BACKENDS=(git)
##########################[ status: exit code of the last command ]###########################
# Enable OK_PIPE, ERROR_PIPE and ERROR_SIGNAL status states to allow us to enable, disable and
# style them independently from the regular OK and ERROR state.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_STATUS_EXTENDED_STATES=true
# Status on success. No content, just an icon. No need to show it if prompt_char is enabled as
# it will signify success by turning green.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_STATUS_OK=false
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_STATUS_OK_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='✔'
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_STATUS_OK_FOREGROUND=2
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_STATUS_OK_BACKGROUND=0
# Status when some part of a pipe command fails but the overall exit status is zero. It may look
# like this: 1|0.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_STATUS_OK_PIPE=true
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_STATUS_OK_PIPE_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='✔'
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_STATUS_OK_PIPE_FOREGROUND=2
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_STATUS_OK_PIPE_BACKGROUND=0
# Status when it's just an error code (e.g., '1'). No need to show it if prompt_char is enabled as
# it will signify error by turning red.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_STATUS_ERROR=false
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_STATUS_ERROR_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='✘'
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_STATUS_ERROR_FOREGROUND=3
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_STATUS_ERROR_BACKGROUND=1
# Status when the last command was terminated by a signal.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_STATUS_ERROR_SIGNAL=true
# Use terse signal names: "INT" instead of "SIGINT(2)".
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_STATUS_VERBOSE_SIGNAME=false
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_STATUS_ERROR_SIGNAL_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='✘'
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_STATUS_ERROR_SIGNAL_FOREGROUND=3
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_STATUS_ERROR_SIGNAL_BACKGROUND=1
# Status when some part of a pipe command fails and the overall exit status is also non-zero.
# It may look like this: 1|0.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_STATUS_ERROR_PIPE=true
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_STATUS_ERROR_PIPE_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='✘'
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_STATUS_ERROR_PIPE_FOREGROUND=3
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_STATUS_ERROR_PIPE_BACKGROUND=1
###################[ command_execution_time: duration of the last command ]###################
# Execution time color.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_COMMAND_EXECUTION_TIME_FOREGROUND=0
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_COMMAND_EXECUTION_TIME_BACKGROUND=3
# Show duration of the last command if takes longer than this many seconds.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_COMMAND_EXECUTION_TIME_THRESHOLD=3
# Show this many fractional digits. Zero means round to seconds.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_COMMAND_EXECUTION_TIME_PRECISION=0
# Duration format: 1d 2h 3m 4s.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_COMMAND_EXECUTION_TIME_FORMAT='d h m s'
# Custom icon.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_COMMAND_EXECUTION_TIME_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
# Custom prefix.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_COMMAND_EXECUTION_TIME_PREFIX='took '
#######################[ background_jobs: presence of background jobs ]#######################
# Background jobs color.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_BACKGROUND_JOBS_FOREGROUND=6
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_BACKGROUND_JOBS_BACKGROUND=0
# Don't show the number of background jobs.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_BACKGROUND_JOBS_VERBOSE=false
# Icon to show when there are background jobs.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_BACKGROUND_JOBS_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='${P9K_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER}'
#######################[ direnv: direnv status (https://direnv.net/) ]########################
# Direnv color.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_DIRENV_FOREGROUND=3
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_DIRENV_BACKGROUND=0
# Icon to show when direnv is active.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_DIRENV_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='${P9K_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER}'
##########[ nordvpn: nordvpn connection status, linux only (https://nordvpn.com/) ]###########
# NordVPN connection indicator color.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_NORDVPN_FOREGROUND=7
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_NORDVPN_BACKGROUND=4
# Hide NordVPN connection indicator when not connected.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_NORDVPN_{DISCONNECTED,CONNECTING,DISCONNECTING}_CONTENT_EXPANSION=
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_NORDVPN_{DISCONNECTED,CONNECTING,DISCONNECTING}_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION=
# Custom icon.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_NORDVPN_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
#################[ ranger: ranger shell (https://github.com/ranger/ranger) ]##################
# Ranger shell color.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_RANGER_FOREGROUND=3
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_RANGER_BACKGROUND=0
# Custom icon.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_RANGER_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
######################[ nnn: nnn shell (https://github.com/jarun/nnn) ]#######################
# Nnn shell color.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_NNN_FOREGROUND=0
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_NNN_BACKGROUND=6
# Custom icon.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_NNN_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
###########################[ vim_shell: vim shell indicator (:sh) ]###########################
# Vim shell indicator color.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_VIM_SHELL_FOREGROUND=0
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_VIM_SHELL_BACKGROUND=2
# Icon to show when in a vim shell.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_VIM_SHELL_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='${P9K_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER}'
######[ midnight_commander: midnight commander shell (https://midnight-commander.org/) ]######
# Midnight Commander shell color.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_MIDNIGHT_COMMANDER_FOREGROUND=3
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_MIDNIGHT_COMMANDER_BACKGROUND=0
# Icon to show when in a midnight commander shell.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_MIDNIGHT_COMMANDER_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='${P9K_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER}'
##################################[ disk_usgae: disk usage ]##################################
# Colors for different levels of disk usage.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_DISK_USAGE_NORMAL_FOREGROUND=3
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_DISK_USAGE_NORMAL_BACKGROUND=0
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_DISK_USAGE_WARNING_FOREGROUND=0
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_DISK_USAGE_WARNING_BACKGROUND=3
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_DISK_USAGE_CRITICAL_FOREGROUND=7
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_DISK_USAGE_CRITICAL_BACKGROUND=1
# Thresholds for different levels of disk usage (percentage points).
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_DISK_USAGE_WARNING_LEVEL=90
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_DISK_USAGE_CRITICAL_LEVEL=95
# If set to true, hide disk usage when below $POWERLEVEL9K_DISK_USAGE_WARNING_LEVEL percent.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_DISK_USAGE_ONLY_WARNING=false
# Custom icon.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_DISK_USAGE_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
###########[ vi_mode: vi mode (you don't need this if you've enabled prompt_char) ]###########
# Foreground color.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_VI_MODE_FOREGROUND=0
# Text and color for normal (a.k.a. command) vi mode.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_VI_COMMAND_MODE_STRING=NORMAL
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_VI_MODE_NORMAL_BACKGROUND=2
# Text and color for visual vi mode.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_VI_VISUAL_MODE_STRING=VISUAL
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_VI_MODE_VISUAL_BACKGROUND=4
# Text and color for overtype (a.k.a. overwrite and replace) vi mode.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_VI_OVERWRITE_MODE_STRING=OVERTYPE
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_VI_MODE_OVERWRITE_BACKGROUND=3
# Text and color for insert vi mode.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_VI_INSERT_MODE_STRING=
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_VI_MODE_INSERT_FOREGROUND=8
######################################[ ram: free RAM ]#######################################
# RAM color.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_RAM_FOREGROUND=0
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_RAM_BACKGROUND=3
# Custom icon.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_RAM_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
######################################[ load: CPU load ]######################################
# Show average CPU load over this many last minutes. Valid values are 1, 5 and 15.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_LOAD_WHICH=5
# Load color when load is under 50%.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_LOAD_NORMAL_FOREGROUND=0
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_LOAD_NORMAL_BACKGROUND=2
# Load color when load is between 50% and 70%.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_LOAD_WARNING_FOREGROUND=0
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_LOAD_WARNING_BACKGROUND=3
# Load color when load is over 70%.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_LOAD_CRITICAL_FOREGROUND=0
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_LOAD_CRITICAL_BACKGROUND=1
# Custom icon.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_LOAD_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
################[ todo: todo items (https://github.com/todotxt/todo.txt-cli) ]################
# Todo color.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_TODO_FOREGROUND=0
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_TODO_BACKGROUND=8
# Hide todo when the total number of tasks is zero.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_TODO_HIDE_ZERO_TOTAL=true
# Hide todo when the number of tasks after filtering is zero.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_TODO_HIDE_ZERO_FILTERED=false
# Todo format. The following parameters are available within the expansion.
#
# - P9K_TODO_TOTAL_TASK_COUNT The total number of tasks.
# - P9K_TODO_FILTERED_TASK_COUNT The number of tasks after filtering.
#
# These variables correspond to the last line of the output of `todo.sh -p ls`:
#
# TODO: 24 of 42 tasks shown
#
# Here 24 is P9K_TODO_FILTERED_TASK_COUNT and 42 is P9K_TODO_TOTAL_TASK_COUNT.
#
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_TODO_CONTENT_EXPANSION='$P9K_TODO_FILTERED_TASK_COUNT'
# Custom icon.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_TODO_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
##################################[ context: user@hostname ]##################################
# Context color when running with privileges.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_CONTEXT_ROOT_FOREGROUND=1
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_CONTEXT_ROOT_BACKGROUND=0
# Context color in SSH without privileges.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_CONTEXT_{REMOTE,REMOTE_SUDO}_FOREGROUND=3
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_CONTEXT_{REMOTE,REMOTE_SUDO}_BACKGROUND=0
# Default context color (no privileges, no SSH).
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_CONTEXT_FOREGROUND=3
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_CONTEXT_BACKGROUND=0
# Context format when running with privileges: user@hostname.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_CONTEXT_ROOT_TEMPLATE='%n@%m'
# Context format when in SSH without privileges: user@hostname.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_CONTEXT_{REMOTE,REMOTE_SUDO}_TEMPLATE='%n@%m'
# Default context format (no privileges, no SSH): user@hostname.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_CONTEXT_TEMPLATE='%n@%m'
# Don't show context unless running with privileges or in SSH.
# Tip: Remove the next line to always show context.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_CONTEXT_{DEFAULT,SUDO}_{CONTENT,VISUAL_IDENTIFIER}_EXPANSION=
# Custom icon.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_CONTEXT_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
# Custom prefix.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_CONTEXT_PREFIX='with '
###[ virtualenv: python virtual environment (https://docs.python.org/3/library/venv.html) ]###
# Python virtual environment color.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_VIRTUALENV_FOREGROUND=0
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_VIRTUALENV_BACKGROUND=4
# Don't show Python version next to the virtual environment name.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_VIRTUALENV_SHOW_PYTHON_VERSION=false
# Separate environment name from Python version only with a space.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_VIRTUALENV_{LEFT,RIGHT}_DELIMITER=
# Custom icon.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_VIRTUALENV_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
#####################[ anaconda: conda environment (https://conda.io/) ]######################
# Anaconda environment color.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_ANACONDA_FOREGROUND=0
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_ANACONDA_BACKGROUND=4
# Don't show Python version next to the anaconda environment name.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_ANACONDA_SHOW_PYTHON_VERSION=false
# Separate environment name from Python version only with a space.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_ANACONDA_{LEFT,RIGHT}_DELIMITER=
# Custom icon.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_ANACONDA_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
################[ pyenv: python environment (https://github.com/pyenv/pyenv) ]################
# Pyenv color.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_PYENV_FOREGROUND=0
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_PYENV_BACKGROUND=4
# Hide python version if it doesn't come from one of these sources.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_PYENV_SOURCES=(shell local global)
# If set to false, hide python version if it's the same as global:
# $(pyenv version-name) == $(pyenv global).
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_PYENV_PROMPT_ALWAYS_SHOW=false
# Custom icon.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_PYENV_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
################[ goenv: go environment (https://github.com/syndbg/goenv) ]################
# Goenv color.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_GOENV_FOREGROUND=0
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_GOENV_BACKGROUND=4
# Don't show the current Go version if it's the same as global.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_GOENV_PROMPT_ALWAYS_SHOW=false
# Custom icon.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_GOENV_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
##########[ nodenv: node.js version from nodenv (https://github.com/nodenv/nodenv) ]##########
# Nodenv color.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_NODENV_FOREGROUND=2
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_NODENV_BACKGROUND=0
# Don't show node version if it's the same as global: $(nodenv version-name) == $(nodenv global).
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_NODENV_PROMPT_ALWAYS_SHOW=false
# Custom icon.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_NODENV_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
##############[ nvm: node.js version from nvm (https://github.com/nvm-sh/nvm) ]###############
# Nvm color.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_NVM_FOREGROUND=70
# Custom icon.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_NVM_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
############[ nodeenv: node.js environment (https://github.com/ekalinin/nodeenv) ]############
# Nodeenv color.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_NODEENV_FOREGROUND=2
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_NODEENV_BACKGROUND=0
# Don't show Node version next to the environment name.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_NODEENV_SHOW_NODE_VERSION=false
# Separate environment name from Node version only with a space.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_NODEENV_{LEFT,RIGHT}_DELIMITER=
# Custom icon.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_NODEENV_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
##############################[ node_version: node.js version ]###############################
# Node version color.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_NODE_VERSION_FOREGROUND=7
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_NODE_VERSION_BACKGROUND=2
# Show node version only when in a directory tree containing package.json.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_NODE_VERSION_PROJECT_ONLY=true
# Custom icon.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_NODE_VERSION_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
#######################[ go_version: go version (https://golang.org) ]########################
# Go version color.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_GO_VERSION_FOREGROUND=255
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_GO_VERSION_BACKGROUND=2
# Show go version only when in a go project subdirectory.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_GO_VERSION_PROJECT_ONLY=true
# Custom icon.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_GO_VERSION_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
#################[ rust_version: rustc version (https://www.rust-lang.org) ]##################
# Rust version color.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_RUST_VERSION_FOREGROUND=0
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_RUST_VERSION_BACKGROUND=208
# Show rust version only when in a rust project subdirectory.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_RUST_VERSION_PROJECT_ONLY=true
# Custom icon.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_RUST_VERSION_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
###############[ dotnet_version: .NET version (https://dotnet.microsoft.com) ]################
# .NET version color.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_DOTNET_VERSION_FOREGROUND=7
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_DOTNET_VERSION_BACKGROUND=5
# Show .NET version only when in a .NET project subdirectory.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_DOTNET_VERSION_PROJECT_ONLY=true
# Custom icon.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_DOTNET_VERSION_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
#############[ rbenv: ruby version from rbenv (https://github.com/rbenv/rbenv) ]##############
# Rbenv color.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_RBENV_FOREGROUND=0
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_RBENV_BACKGROUND=1
# Hide ruby version if it doesn't come from one of these sources.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_RBENV_SOURCES=(shell local global)
# If set to false, hide ruby version if it's the same as global:
# $(rbenv version-name) == $(rbenv global).
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_RBENV_PROMPT_ALWAYS_SHOW=false
# Custom icon.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_RBENV_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
#######################[ rvm: ruby version from rvm (https://rvm.io) ]########################
# Rvm color.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_RVM_FOREGROUND=0
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_RVM_BACKGROUND=240
# Don't show @gemset at the end.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_RVM_SHOW_GEMSET=false
# Don't show ruby- at the front.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_RVM_SHOW_PREFIX=false
# Custom icon.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_RVM_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
###########[ fvm: flutter version management (https://github.com/leoafarias/fvm) ]############
# Fvm color.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_FVM_FOREGROUND=0
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_FVM_BACKGROUND=4
# Custom icon.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_FVM_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
##########[ luaenv: lua version from luaenv (https://github.com/cehoffman/luaenv) ]###########
# Lua color.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_LUAENV_FOREGROUND=0
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_LUAENV_BACKGROUND=4
# Hide lua version if it doesn't come from one of these sources.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_LUAENV_SOURCES=(shell local global)
# If set to false, hide lua version if it's the same as global:
# $(luaenv version-name) == $(luaenv global).
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_LUAENV_PROMPT_ALWAYS_SHOW=false
# Custom icon.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_LUAENV_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
###############[ jenv: java version from jenv (https://github.com/jenv/jenv) ]################
# Java color.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_JENV_FOREGROUND=1
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_JENV_BACKGROUND=7
# Hide java version if it doesn't come from one of these sources.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_JENV_SOURCES=(shell local global)
# If set to false, hide java version if it's the same as global:
# $(jenv version-name) == $(jenv global).
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_JENV_PROMPT_ALWAYS_SHOW=false
# Custom icon.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_JENV_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
###########[ plenv: perl version from plenv (https://github.com/tokuhirom/plenv) ]############
# Perl color.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_PLENV_FOREGROUND=0
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_PLENV_BACKGROUND=4
# Hide perl version if it doesn't come from one of these sources.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_PLENV_SOURCES=(shell local global)
# If set to false, hide perl version if it's the same as global:
# $(plenv version-name) == $(plenv global).
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_PLENV_PROMPT_ALWAYS_SHOW=false
# Custom icon.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_PLENV_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
################[ terraform: terraform workspace (https://www.terraform.io) ]#################
# Terraform color.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_TERRAFORM_FOREGROUND=4
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_TERRAFORM_BACKGROUND=0
# Custom icon.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_TERRAFORM_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
#############[ kubecontext: current kubernetes context (https://kubernetes.io/) ]#############
# Show kubecontext only when the the command you are typing invokes one of these tools.
# Tip: Remove the next line to always show kubecontext.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_KUBECONTEXT_SHOW_ON_COMMAND='kubectl|helm|kubens|kubectx'
# Kubernetes context classes for the purpose of using different colors, icons and expansions with
# different contexts.
#
# POWERLEVEL9K_KUBECONTEXT_CLASSES is an array with even number of elements. The first element
# in each pair defines a pattern against which the current kubernetes context gets matched.
# More specifically, it's P9K_CONTENT prior to the application of context expansion (see below)
# that gets matched. If you unset all POWERLEVEL9K_KUBECONTEXT_*CONTENT_EXPANSION parameters,
# you'll see this value in your prompt. The second element of each pair in
# POWERLEVEL9K_KUBECONTEXT_CLASSES defines the context class. Patterns are tried in order. The
# first match wins.
#
# For example, given these settings:
#
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_KUBECONTEXT_CLASSES=(
# '*prod*' PROD
# '*test*' TEST
# '*' DEFAULT)
#
# If your current kubernetes context is "deathray-testing/default", its class is TEST
# because "deathray-testing/default" doesn't match the pattern '*prod*' but does match '*test*'.
#
# You can define different colors, icons and content expansions for different classes:
#
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_KUBECONTEXT_TEST_FOREGROUND=0
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_KUBECONTEXT_TEST_BACKGROUND=2
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_KUBECONTEXT_TEST_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_KUBECONTEXT_TEST_CONTENT_EXPANSION='> ${P9K_CONTENT} <'
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_KUBECONTEXT_CLASSES=(
# '*prod*' PROD # These values are examples that are unlikely
# '*test*' TEST # to match your needs. Customize them as needed.
'*' DEFAULT)
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_KUBECONTEXT_DEFAULT_FOREGROUND=7
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_KUBECONTEXT_DEFAULT_BACKGROUND=5
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_KUBECONTEXT_DEFAULT_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
# Use POWERLEVEL9K_KUBECONTEXT_CONTENT_EXPANSION to specify the content displayed by kubecontext
# segment. Parameter expansions are very flexible and fast, too. See reference:
# http://zsh.sourceforge.net/Doc/Release/Expansion.html#Parameter-Expansion.
#
# Within the expansion the following parameters are always available:
#
# - P9K_CONTENT The content that would've been displayed if there was no content
# expansion defined.
# - P9K_KUBECONTEXT_NAME The current context's name. Corresponds to column NAME in the
# output of `kubectl config get-contexts`.
# - P9K_KUBECONTEXT_CLUSTER The current context's cluster. Corresponds to column CLUSTER in the
# output of `kubectl config get-contexts`.
# - P9K_KUBECONTEXT_NAMESPACE The current context's namespace. Corresponds to column NAMESPACE
# in the output of `kubectl config get-contexts`. If there is no
# namespace, the parameter is set to "default".
#
# If the context points to Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) or Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS),
# the following extra parameters are available:
#
# - P9K_KUBECONTEXT_CLOUD_NAME Either "gke" or "eks".
# - P9K_KUBECONTEXT_CLOUD_ACCOUNT Account/project ID.
# - P9K_KUBECONTEXT_CLOUD_ZONE Availability zone.
# - P9K_KUBECONTEXT_CLOUD_CLUSTER Cluster.
#
# P9K_KUBECONTEXT_CLOUD_* parameters are derived from P9K_KUBECONTEXT_CLUSTER. For example,
# if P9K_KUBECONTEXT_CLUSTER is "gke_my-account_us-east1-a_my-cluster-01":
#
# - P9K_KUBECONTEXT_CLOUD_NAME=gke
# - P9K_KUBECONTEXT_CLOUD_ACCOUNT=my-account
# - P9K_KUBECONTEXT_CLOUD_ZONE=us-east1-a
# - P9K_KUBECONTEXT_CLOUD_CLUSTER=my-cluster-01
#
# If P9K_KUBECONTEXT_CLUSTER is "arn:aws:eks:us-east-1:123456789012:cluster/my-cluster-01":
#
# - P9K_KUBECONTEXT_CLOUD_NAME=eks
# - P9K_KUBECONTEXT_CLOUD_ACCOUNT=123456789012
# - P9K_KUBECONTEXT_CLOUD_ZONE=us-east-1
# - P9K_KUBECONTEXT_CLOUD_CLUSTER=my-cluster-01
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_KUBECONTEXT_DEFAULT_CONTENT_EXPANSION=
# Show P9K_KUBECONTEXT_CLOUD_CLUSTER if it's not empty and fall back to P9K_KUBECONTEXT_NAME.
POWERLEVEL9K_KUBECONTEXT_DEFAULT_CONTENT_EXPANSION+='${P9K_KUBECONTEXT_CLOUD_CLUSTER:-${P9K_KUBECONTEXT_NAME}}'
# Append the current context's namespace if it's not "default".
POWERLEVEL9K_KUBECONTEXT_DEFAULT_CONTENT_EXPANSION+='${${:-/$P9K_KUBECONTEXT_NAMESPACE}:#/default}'
# Custom prefix.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_KUBECONTEXT_PREFIX='at '
#[ aws: aws profile (https://docs.aws.amazon.com/cli/latest/userguide/cli-configure-profiles.html) ]#
# Show aws only when the the command you are typing invokes one of these tools.
# Tip: Remove the next line to always show aws.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_AWS_SHOW_ON_COMMAND='aws|awless|terraform|pulumi'
# POWERLEVEL9K_AWS_CLASSES is an array with even number of elements. The first element
# in each pair defines a pattern against which the current AWS profile gets matched.
# More specifically, it's P9K_CONTENT prior to the application of context expansion (see below)
# that gets matched. If you unset all POWERLEVEL9K_AWS_*CONTENT_EXPANSION parameters,
# you'll see this value in your prompt. The second element of each pair in
# POWERLEVEL9K_AWS_CLASSES defines the context class. Patterns are tried in order. The
# first match wins.
#
# For example, given these settings:
#
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_AWS_CLASSES=(
# '*prod*' PROD
# '*test*' TEST
# '*' DEFAULT)
#
# If your current AWS profile is "company_test", its class is TEST
# because "company_test" doesn't match the pattern '*prod*' but does match '*test*'.
#
# You can define different colors, icons and content expansions for different classes:
#
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_AWS_TEST_FOREGROUND=28
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_AWS_TEST_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_AWS_TEST_CONTENT_EXPANSION='> ${P9K_CONTENT} <'
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_AWS_CLASSES=(
# '*prod*' PROD # These values are examples that are unlikely
# '*test*' TEST # to match your needs. Customize them as needed.
'*' DEFAULT)
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_AWS_DEFAULT_FOREGROUND=7
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_AWS_DEFAULT_BACKGROUND=1
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_AWS_DEFAULT_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
#[ aws_eb_env: aws elastic beanstalk environment (https://aws.amazon.com/elasticbeanstalk/) ]#
# AWS Elastic Beanstalk environment color.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_AWS_EB_ENV_FOREGROUND=2
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_AWS_EB_ENV_BACKGROUND=0
# Custom icon.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_AWS_EB_ENV_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
##########[ azure: azure account name (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/cli/azure) ]##########
# Show azure only when the the command you are typing invokes one of these tools.
# Tip: Remove the next line to always show azure.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_AZURE_SHOW_ON_COMMAND='az|terraform|pulumi'
# Azure account name color.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_AZURE_FOREGROUND=7
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_AZURE_BACKGROUND=4
# Custom icon.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_AZURE_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
##########[ gcloud: google cloud acccount and project (https://cloud.google.com/) ]###########
# Show gcloud only when the the command you are typing invokes one of these tools.
# Tip: Remove the next line to always show gcloud.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_GCLOUD_SHOW_ON_COMMAND='gcloud|gcs'
# Google cloud color.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_GCLOUD_FOREGROUND=7
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_GCLOUD_BACKGROUND=4
# Google cloud format. Change the value of POWERLEVEL9K_GCLOUD_CONTENT_EXPANSION if the default
# is too verbose or not informative enough.
#
# P9K_GCLOUD_ACCOUNT: the output of `gcloud config get-value account`
# P9K_GCLOUD_PROJECT: the output of `gcloud config get-value project`
# ${VARIABLE//\%/%%}: ${VARIABLE} with all occurences of '%' replaced with '%%'.
#
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_GCLOUD_CONTENT_EXPANSION='${P9K_GCLOUD_PROJECT//\%/%%}'
# Custom icon.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_GCLOUD_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
#[ google_app_cred: google application credentials (https://cloud.google.com/docs/authentication/production) ]#
# Show google_app_cred only when the the command you are typing invokes one of these tools.
# Tip: Remove the next line to always show google_app_cred.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_GOOGLE_APP_CRED_SHOW_ON_COMMAND='terraform|pulumi'
# Google application credentials classes for the purpose of using different colors, icons and
# expansions with different credentials.
#
# POWERLEVEL9K_GOOGLE_APP_CRED_CLASSES is an array with even number of elements. The first
# element in each pair defines a pattern against which the current kubernetes context gets
# matched. More specifically, it's P9K_CONTENT prior to the application of context expansion
# (see below) that gets matched. If you unset all POWERLEVEL9K_GOOGLE_APP_CRED_*CONTENT_EXPANSION
# parameters, you'll see this value in your prompt. The second element of each pair in
# POWERLEVEL9K_GOOGLE_APP_CRED_CLASSES defines the context class. Patterns are tried in order.
# The first match wins.
#
# For example, given these settings:
#
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_GOOGLE_APP_CRED_CLASSES=(
# '*:*prod*:*' PROD
# '*:*test*:*' TEST
# '*' DEFAULT)
#
# If your current Google application credentials is "service_account deathray-testing x@y.com",
# its class is TEST because it doesn't match the pattern '* *prod* *' but does match '* *test* *'.
#
# You can define different colors, icons and content expansions for different classes:
#
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_GOOGLE_APP_CRED_TEST_FOREGROUND=28
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_GOOGLE_APP_CRED_TEST_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_GOOGLE_APP_CRED_TEST_CONTENT_EXPANSION='$P9K_GOOGLE_APP_CRED_PROJECT_ID'
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_GOOGLE_APP_CRED_CLASSES=(
# '*:*prod*:*' PROD # These values are examples that are unlikely
# '*:*test*:*' TEST # to match your needs. Customize them as needed.
'*' DEFAULT)
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_GOOGLE_APP_CRED_DEFAULT_FOREGROUND=7
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_GOOGLE_APP_CRED_DEFAULT_BACKGROUND=4
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_GOOGLE_APP_CRED_DEFAULT_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
# Use POWERLEVEL9K_GOOGLE_APP_CRED_CONTENT_EXPANSION to specify the content displayed by
# google_app_cred segment. Parameter expansions are very flexible and fast, too. See reference:
# http://zsh.sourceforge.net/Doc/Release/Expansion.html#Parameter-Expansion.
#
# You can use the following parameters in the expansion. Each of them corresponds to one of the
# fields in the JSON file pointed to by GOOGLE_APPLICATION_CREDENTIALS.
#
# Parameter | JSON key file field
# ---------------------------------+---------------
# P9K_GOOGLE_APP_CRED_TYPE | type
# P9K_GOOGLE_APP_CRED_PROJECT_ID | project_id
# P9K_GOOGLE_APP_CRED_CLIENT_EMAIL | client_email
#
# Note: ${VARIABLE//\%/%%} expands to ${VARIABLE} with all occurences of '%' replaced by '%%'.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_GOOGLE_APP_CRED_DEFAULT_CONTENT_EXPANSION='${P9K_GOOGLE_APP_CRED_PROJECT_ID//\%/%%}'
###############################[ public_ip: public IP address ]###############################
# Public IP color.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_PUBLIC_IP_FOREGROUND=7
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_PUBLIC_IP_BACKGROUND=0
# Custom icon.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_PUBLIC_IP_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
########################[ vpn_ip: virtual private network indicator ]#########################
# VPN IP color.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_VPN_IP_FOREGROUND=0
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_VPN_IP_BACKGROUND=6
# When on VPN, show just an icon without the IP address.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_VPN_IP_CONTENT_EXPANSION=
# Regular expression for the VPN network interface. Run ifconfig while on VPN to see the
# name of the interface.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_VPN_IP_INTERFACE='(wg|(.*tun))[0-9]*'
# Icon to show when on VPN.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_VPN_IP_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='${P9K_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER}'
#########################[ proxy: system-wide http/https/ftp proxy ]##########################
# Proxy color.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_PROXY_FOREGROUND=4
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_PROXY_BACKGROUND=0
# Custom icon.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_PROXY_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
################################[ battery: internal battery ]#################################
# Show battery in red when it's below this level and not connected to power supply.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_BATTERY_LOW_THRESHOLD=20
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_BATTERY_LOW_FOREGROUND=1
# Show battery in green when it's charging or fully charged.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_BATTERY_{CHARGING,CHARGED}_FOREGROUND=2
# Show battery in yellow when it's discharging.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_BATTERY_DISCONNECTED_FOREGROUND=3
# Battery pictograms going from low to high level of charge.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_BATTERY_STAGES=$'\uf58d\uf579\uf57a\uf57b\uf57c\uf57d\uf57e\uf57f\uf580\uf581\uf578'
# Don't show the remaining time to charge/discharge.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_BATTERY_VERBOSE=false
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_BATTERY_BACKGROUND=0
####################################[ time: current time ]####################################
# Current time color.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_TIME_FOREGROUND=0
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_TIME_BACKGROUND=7
# Format for the current time: 09:51:02. See `man 3 strftime`.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_TIME_FORMAT='%D{%H:%M:%S}'
# If set to true, time will update when you hit enter. This way prompts for the past
# commands will contain the start times of their commands as opposed to the default
# behavior where they contain the end times of their preceding commands.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_TIME_UPDATE_ON_COMMAND=false
# Custom icon.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_TIME_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
# Custom prefix.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_TIME_PREFIX='at '
# Example of a user-defined prompt segment. Function prompt_example will be called on every
# prompt if `example` prompt segment is added to POWERLEVEL9K_LEFT_PROMPT_ELEMENTS or
# POWERLEVEL9K_RIGHT_PROMPT_ELEMENTS. It displays an icon and yellow text on red background
# greeting the user.
#
# Type `p10k help segment` for documentation and a more sophisticated example.
function prompt_example() {
p10k segment -b 1 -f 3 -i '⭐' -t 'hello, %n'
}
# User-defined prompt segments may optionally provide an instant_prompt_* function. Its job
# is to generate the prompt segment for display in instant prompt. See
# https://github.com/romkatv/powerlevel10k/blob/master/README.md#instant-prompt.
#
# Powerlevel10k will call instant_prompt_* at the same time as the regular prompt_* function
# and will record all `p10k segment` calls it makes. When displaying instant prompt, Powerlevel10k
# will replay these calls without actually calling instant_prompt_*. It is imperative that
# instant_prompt_* always makes the same `p10k segment` calls regardless of environment. If this
# rule is not observed, the content of instant prompt will be incorrect.
#
# Usually, you should either not define instant_prompt_* or simply call prompt_* from it. If
# instant_prompt_* is not defined for a segment, the segment won't be shown in instant prompt.
function instant_prompt_example() {
# Since prompt_example always makes the same `p10k segment` calls, we can call it from
# instant_prompt_example. This will give us the same `example` prompt segment in the instant
# and regular prompts.
prompt_example
}
# User-defined prompt segments can be customized the same way as built-in segments.
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_EXAMPLE_FOREGROUND=3
# typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_EXAMPLE_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_EXPANSION='⭐'
# Transient prompt works similarly to the builtin transient_rprompt option. It trims down prompt
# when accepting a command line. Supported values:
#
# - off: Don't change prompt when accepting a command line.
# - always: Trim down prompt when accepting a command line.
# - same-dir: Trim down prompt when accepting a command line unless this is the first command
# typed after changing current working directory.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_TRANSIENT_PROMPT=off
# Instant prompt mode.
#
# - off: Disable instant prompt. Choose this if you've tried instant prompt and found
# it incompatible with your zsh configuration files.
# - quiet: Enable instant prompt and don't print warnings when detecting console output
# during zsh initialization. Choose this if you've read and understood
# https://github.com/romkatv/powerlevel10k/blob/master/README.md#instant-prompt.
# - verbose: Enable instant prompt and print a warning when detecting console output during
# zsh initialization. Choose this if you've never tried instant prompt, haven't
# seen the warning, or if you are unsure what this all means.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_INSTANT_PROMPT=verbose
# Hot reload allows you to change POWERLEVEL9K options after Powerlevel10k has been initialized.
# For example, you can type POWERLEVEL9K_BACKGROUND=red and see your prompt turn red. Hot reload
# can slow down prompt by 1-2 milliseconds, so it's better to keep it turned off unless you
# really need it.
typeset -g POWERLEVEL9K_DISABLE_HOT_RELOAD=true
# If p10k is already loaded, reload configuration.
# This works even with POWERLEVEL9K_DISABLE_HOT_RELOAD=true.
(( ! $+functions[p10k] )) || p10k reload
}
(( ${#p10k_config_opts} )) && setopt ${p10k_config_opts[@]}
'builtin' 'unset' 'p10k_config_opts'