Get color prompts on your MacOS Terminal

Have you ever wondered that you would want colors to pop up on your terminal?
Software Development
by Jey Geethan | August 14, 2019

Have you ever wondered that you would want colors to pop up on your terminal? I did and it made my life easier. It helped me to understand very quickly about the following:

  • Which folder im currently in
  • Which git branch my local workspace is in
  • What terminal commands I have issued

All you have to do is to use the following script in your ~/.bash_profile


Gist link: https://gist.github.com/jeygeethan/a6d261d32cea97e9a52b82f48989c07f


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