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lomas
@lomassubedi
I have written a batch script and automated it using windows task scheduler.
liberationfront
@bomengeduld
Need assistence with ``` C:\Users\user\Documents\GitHub\freefront> bundle install
Fetching gem metadata from https://rubygems.org/..........
Fetching version metadata from https://rubygems.org/..
Fetching dependency metadata from https://rubygems.org/.
Resolving dependencies...
Bundler could not find compatible versions for gem "kramdown":
In snapshot (Gemfile.lock):
kramdown (= 1.13.1)
  In Gemfile:
    github-pages x64-mingw32 was resolved to 1, which depends on
      kramdown (= 1.0.2) x64-mingw32

    jekyll (= 3.3.1) x64-mingw32 was resolved to 3.3.1, which depends on
      kramdown (~> 1.3) x64-mingw32

Running `bundle update` will rebuild your snapshot from scratch, using only
the gems in your Gemfile, which may resolve the conflict.
C:\Users\user\Documents\GitHub\freefront>```
Brian Clark
@korlaxxalrok
ps1
Oops. Sorry, meant to ask (and sorry if it has been asked already), but has anyone figured out how to tack on the informative git info to the end of their existing PS1 config?
Douman
@DoumanAsh
How to have git prompt outside of repository? I think i had it in past but now i pulled it from git and it is only available within git repos
ogr3
@ogr3
GIT_PROMPT_ONLY_IN_REPO=1
Comment out or set to 0 before loading the prompt.
Richárd Biró
@Xyzor
Hello. Could someone tell me why does the git-prompt put 'x-INT' before the prompt if I hit ^C?
Richárd Biró
@Xyzor
I found the answer in an issue. It's the status of the previous command's return value
Ilya Kantor
@iliakan
How can I remove GIT_PROMPT_COMMAND_OK ?
GIT_PROMPT_COMMAND_OK="" leaves an empty space
Richárd Biró
@Xyzor
I'm just guessing, but you could try to just unset that variable in ~/.bashrc
unset GIT_PROMPT_COMMAND_OK
Ilya Kantor
@iliakan
there's no such variable in .bashrc
Ilya Kantor
@iliakan
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Ilya Kantor
@iliakan
found it in default theme
GIT_PROMPT_START_USER="_LAST_COMMAND_INDICATOR_ ${Yellow}${PathShort}${ResetColor}"; fi was the reason
Dominic Elm
@d3lm
Hey everyone
Just found the cool bash-git-prompt and I am wondering if it was possible to actually add the information the the prompt itself
Right now I only get the prompt after I executed some commands in the terminal
Like <working_directory> [my-branch|✔] $ as a prompt
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Dominic Elm
@d3lm
@magicmonty
Dominic Elm
@d3lm
Ok got it :)
Created my own custom theme
Ilya Kantor
@iliakan
@d3lm solved it right?
that's not a problem
Dominic Elm
@d3lm
Yep, could solve it
Thanks!
mmynsted
@mmynsted
I have git-prompt working fine on one machine, but I added it to a new machine and when my working directory is not a git repo I get "-bash: __git_ps1: command not found"
seems like the command would always exist, and simply return different results based on if in git repo directory or not. That is not what is happing?
.bashrc looks like this
When I check here -> "$(brew --prefix)/opt/bash-git-prompt/share/gitprompt.sh"
the file exists with content
mmynsted
@mmynsted
any ideas?
mmynsted
@mmynsted
:( I just noticed the last comment here was Sep 2017
lol
mmynsted
@mmynsted
ha nm, figured it out
Gleb Nikonorov
@gnikonorov
Hello, is this project still actively maintained?
Piyush Jain
@PiyushJZ
@PiyushJZ
Screenshot_1.png
this is the problem that i'm facing right now. I've just started using git and i'm learning it
could anybody help me with this?
I can't anymore commands on git right now
when I try to close it it shows this
Screenshot_2.png
Martin Gondermann
@magicmonty
This is not a Git help chat ;). I assume you have opened a git log? If yes a simple press of q should do the trick
aaronsuns
@aaronsuns
I don't like the newline in my PS1, is it possible to make it online?
✔ ~/aaron/nisv [master|✚ 8…11]
14:21 $
oneline
I want it be
✔ ~/aaron/nisv [master|✚ 8…11] 14:21 $
aaronsuns
@aaronsuns
looks like export GIT_PROMPT_THEME=Single_line_Dark
works
deepgrace
@deepgrace
Awesome Tetris in Bash https://github.com/deepgrace/tetris
Eric
@sliceofbytes
Can someone help me with what is wrong here: find "C:\\Users\\something\\source\\repos\\MyClients\\bin\\Debug\\netcoreapp3.1\\outputTest" -name \*.cs -print0 | xargs -0 sed -E -i 's/Getcrmv3[a-z]+//g;s/Postcrmv3[a-z]+//g;s/Patchcrmv3[a-z]+//g;s/Deletecrmv3[a-z]+//g;'
Eric
@sliceofbytes
Basically trying to loop through all files.. then sed all contents to replace the regex's with blanks
Eric
@sliceofbytes
Nevermind I just forgot the m after the g for multiline in the regexs.