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That's a simple prompt changer to show a few cool git informations about your repository on terminal. You can choose among different styles and enjoy all the aliases it provides you. Feel free for contributing, pull requests and issues are always welcome! ;)

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A simple shell module for helping you to write better scripts. With this little module you can use some functions that allow you to showing cool messages and performing some verifications as simple as it should be.

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A very simple MVC and routing application. It has been built for studying proposal.

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It's a simple array validator which uses native filters and validators from PHP.

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This package allows us to create getters and setters just by using a few annotations.

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A few docker images config.

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Add window borders

Created at 1 month ago
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Icons are not rendering properly

The same issue on the default Ubuntu 22.04 terminal. I tried all the suggested fonts but not a single one displays all the icons.

Hi, @harnen. Nor even the SourceCodePro font worked?

Ha, I've just reinstalled the SourceCodePro font and set it system-wide (it doesn't show in the terminal) and it worked. I might have done something incorrectly before... Anyway, thanks a lot!

Oh, that's great! :smiley:

Created at 1 month ago
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Icons are not rendering properly

The same issue on the default Ubuntu 22.04 terminal. I tried all the suggested fonts but not a single one displays all the icons.

Hi, @harnen.

Nor even the SourceCodePro font worked?

Created at 1 month ago

Add wallpapers

Signed-off-by: Diogo Alexsander Cavilha diogocavilha@gmail.com

Created at 1 month ago

Update README.md

Created at 2 months ago

Update README.md

Created at 2 months ago

Update README.md

Created at 2 months ago
diogocavilha create tag v7.1.9
Created at 2 months ago

tweak readme message for issue highlighted in #103

add --nofontconfig option

update changelog 7.1.9

Add --nofontconfig option

Add --nofontconfig option to install.sh to skip creation of ~/.fonts and requirement for fontconfig to be installed (useful option for those only accessing a headless server via SSH where the font needs to be set on their local terminal application)

Created at 2 months ago
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--nofontconfig option

As mentioned in #121 I realised after adding the check for fontconfig that actually on headless machines (e.g. Linode, Digital Ocean, etc.) only being accessed via a local terminal app there was no need to create a ~/.fonts directory or to require fontconfig to be installed - have therefore added a potential --nofontconfig switch to the install.sh script. Users are notified of its presence if they try to run the script with git installed but without fontconfig. If the switch is selected then it skips the last section of code in the script. Also added an earlier if statement so it doesn't keep stopping on the error re fontconfig being installed!

Obviously if I've misunderstood the requirements feel free to reject but AIUI these fonts are only required is using a terminal on the local machine.

Created at 2 months ago
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--nofontconfig option

Thank you once more, @EDIflyer. ;)

Created at 2 months ago
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Icons are not rendering properly

The issue is related to the terminal emulator capability to render the emoji in the fancygit recommended fonts.

I have tries several terminal enumlaters, the find 'lxterminal' shows the icons without any problem.

TL; DR

$ sudo apt install lxterminal
$ lxterm&

Then go to Edit - Preferences menu of lxterminal window, select Style tab and choose your favorate fonts(e.g. SauceCodePro NF Regulat) and click OK. Done!!

  • Tested on Unbuntu 20.04 LTS with remote connection with MobaXterm from Windows 10.

Cheers!!

@hongsoog thank you so much for that solution!

Created at 2 months ago
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Icons are not rendering properly

There are some rather nice ones on Nerd Font with PowerLine glyphs (e.g Caskaydia Cove Nerd Font from https://github.com/ryanoasis/nerd-fonts/releases/download/v2.1.0/CascadiaCode.zip) - is there any way of supporting these options @diogocavilha? Would be great to have a broader range of fonts to pick from :)

@EDIflyer It's a bit tricky. I've already tried many other nerd fonts but they have not the same compatibility when it comes to icon rendering. That's why I've implemented the possibility of changing icons by exporting new values with environment variables. It's hard to pick up many fonts and having the same character working for them in terminal. I'd have to check which font is being used in order to know the set of icons that work properly for that. But this approach would slow down the terminal iterativity even more :(

Created at 2 months ago