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       liquidprompt - A full-featured & carefully designed adaptive prompt for bash & zsh


       Liquid  Prompt  gives  you a nicely displayed prompt with useful information when you need
       it.  It shows you what you need when you need it.  You will notice what  changes  when  it
       changes, saving time and frustration.
       You can even use it with your favorite shell – bash(1) or zsh(1).


       The  liquidprompt  package  has  no  way to know which users do you want this prompt to be
       active for.  A small script, liquidprompt_activate is included to ease activation  of  the

       This will set the required environment:

            * The files ~/.bashrc and/or ~/.zshrc are modified to load liquidprompt at startup.
            * If no previous ~/.config/liquidpromptrc file exists, it will be created.

       So, to get liquidprompt working simply run:

            user@debian:~$ liquidprompt_activate
            user@debian:~$ source ~/.bashrc

       Be  aware  that  multiple  invocations  of  the  liquidprompt_activate command may pollute
       ~/.bashrc and/or ~/.zshrc files.


       Once liquidprompt has been loaded, you will have 4 new commands available (which are shell
       functions actually).

       liquidprompt_tag tag
              tag current shell liquidprompt with tag.

              use an empty prompt, just the $ mark.

              turn off liquidprompt for this shell.

              turn on liquidprompt for this shell.


       liquidprompt  is  highly  configurable.  There  are  plenty  of  options  regarding style,
       performance, VCS, et all.
       Please take a look at the included README file  at  /usr/share/doc/liquidprompt/  and  the
       file ~/.config/liquidpromptrc as well.


       bash(1), zsh(1)


       liquidprompt  was  originally  developed  by nojhan <>.  Visit the source
       code at
       This manpage was written by Arturo Borrero Gonzalez  <>  for  the  Debian
       GNU/Linux distribution (but it may be used by others).

                                           May  7, 2015                           LIQUIDPROMPT(1)