Call me crazy, but viewing images from a CLI app can be pretty cool. Yes, we have the ancient art of ASCII (and that will not go away) but why not use a real image in some cases?
Now the nice folks behind iTerm 2 have made that possible in versions of iTerm post-2.9. I do not claim this has not been done before, but I am unaware of this capability in Terminal. Anyway, on to the goods:
There is no tracking information for the current branch.
I am too! So I searched the OhMyZSH repo for set-upstream-to and re-discovered this command: ggsup. Calling ggsup with the name of the branch you want to track will get you to the place you want to be. W00t!
To recap. Call
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ggsup master ``` ...to track `master`. Call
ggsup dev ``` …to track dev. Get trrrrrracking team!
The state in which all resistance to progress is non-present. Easy flow of information from subconscious to conscious mind, characterized by clarity of purpose, speed of achievement and the full architecture of your project being held intact at the front of your mind. “Peak zone” is typically sustainable for 2-4 hours but takes 15-30 minutes to “boot up” into and is easily knocked down like a deck of cards if the “zonee” is disturbed by someone outside the zone.