What is Starship (Shell Prompt)?
Starship is the minimal, blazing fast, and extremely customizable prompt for any shell! The prompt shows information you need while you're working, while staying sleek and out of the way.
Starship (Shell Prompt) is a tool in the Shell Utilities category of a tech stack.
Starship (Shell Prompt) is an open source tool with 33.4K GitHub stars and 1.4K GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Starship (Shell Prompt)'s open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Starship (Shell Prompt)?
19 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Starship (Shell Prompt).
Starship (Shell Prompt) Integrations
Python, Git, Docker, Java, and PHP are some of the popular tools that integrate with Starship (Shell Prompt). Here's a list of all 40 tools that integrate with Starship (Shell Prompt).
Pros of Starship (Shell Prompt)
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Starship (Shell Prompt)'s Features
- Prompt character turns red if the last command exits with non-zero code
- Current username if not the same as the logged-in user
- Current Node.js version
- Current Rust version
- Current Ruby version
- Current Python version
- Current Go version
- Nix-shell environment detection
- Current version of package in current directory
- Current battery level and status
- Current Git branch and rich repo status
- Execution time of the last command if it exceeds the set threshold
- Indicator for jobs in the background
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