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author Steve Losh <steve@stevelosh.com>
date Fri, 19 Jun 2009 22:12:48 -0400
parents 64e12f95da2e
children e6b8aa2d8b66
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files README


diff -r 64e12f95da2e -r 10cfd4478857 README
--- a/README	Fri Jun 19 22:09:21 2009 -0400
+++ b/README	Fri Jun 19 22:12:48 2009 -0400
@@ -10,10 +10,12 @@
 Clone the repository:
+    :::console
     $ hg clone hg clone https://sjl@bitbucket.org/sjl/hg-prompt/
 Edit the `[extensions]` section in your `~/.hgrc` file:
+    :::text
     prompt = (path to)/hg-prompt/prompt.py
@@ -22,20 +24,24 @@
 The `hg prompt` command takes a single string as an argument and outputs it.  A simple (and useless) example:
+    :::console
     $ hg prompt "test"
 Keywords in curly braces can be used to output repository information:
+    :::text
     $ hg prompt "currently on {branch}"
     currently on default
 Keywords also have an extended form:
+    :::text
     {optional text{branch}more optional text}
 This form will output the text and the expanded keyword **only** if the keyword successfully expands.  This can be useful for displaying extra text only if it's applicable:
+    :::text
     $ hg prompt "currently on {branch} and at {bookmark}"
     currently on branch default and at 
@@ -64,6 +70,7 @@
 To put it in your bash prompt, edit your `~/.bashrc` file to include something like this:
+    #!bash
     hg_ps1() {
         hg prompt "{ on {branch}}{ at {bookmark}}{status}" 2> /dev/null
@@ -72,14 +79,15 @@
 Putting the call in a separate function helps keep things readable if you start adding color codes:
+    #!bash
     hg_ps1() {
         hg prompt "{${D} on ${MAGENTA}{branch}}{${D} at ${YELLOW}{bookmark}}{${GREEN}{status}}" 2> /dev/null
     export PS1='\n${MAGENTA}\u ${D}at ${YELLOW}\h ${D}in ${GREEN}\w$(hg_ps1)\
     ${D}\n$ '
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