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A collection of ZSH frameworks, plugins, tutorials & themes inspired by the various awesome list collections out there.

Table of Contents

Please read the Contributing Guidelines before contributing.

Frameworks

These frameworks make customizing your ZSH setup easier.

zdharma collected some interesting performance timing comparisons of various frameworks at zdharma/pm-perf-test.

alf

Alf is an out of this world super fast and configurable framework for ZSH; it’s modeled after Prezto and Antigen while utilizing Oh-My-Zsh under the covers; and offers standard defaults, aliases, functions, auto completion, automated updates and installable prompt themes and plugins.

ansible-role-zsh

ansible-role-zsh is an ansible role with zero-knowledge installation. It uses antigen to manage bundles and oh-my-zsh. Can load bundles conditionally. By default it includes powerlevel9k theme, autosuggestions, syntax-highlighting and fzf-widgets. Fully customizable.

ant-zsh

Ant-zsh is a tiny and lightweight ZSH configuration environment for special customization needs. It includes plugins, themes and a basic convenient setup.

antibody

Antibody A faster and simpler antigen written in Golang. More details at http://getantibody.github.io/.

antigen-hs

antigen-hs is a replacement for antigen optimized for a low overhead when starting up the shell. It will automatically clone plugins for you.

antigen

Antigen is a small set of functions that help you easily manage your shell (ZSH) plugins, called bundles. The concept is pretty much the same as bundles in a typical vim+pathogen setup. Antigen is to ZSH, what Vundle is to vim. Antigen can load oh-my-zsh themes and plugins and will automatically clone them for you.

ax-zsh

Ax-ZSH is a modular configuration system for ZSH. It provides sane defaults and is extendable by plugins.

dotzsh

Dotzsh strives to be platform and version independent. Some functionality may be lost when running under older versions of ZSH, but it should degrade cleanly and allow you to use the same setup on multiple machines of differing OSes without problems.

fresh

fresh is a tool to source shell configuration (aliases, functions, etc) from others into your own configuration files. We also support files such as ackrc and gitconfig. Think of it as Bundler for your dot files.

oh-my-zsh

oh-my-zsh is a community-driven framework for managing your ZSH configuration. Includes 120+ optional plugins (rails, git, macOS, hub, capistrano, brew, ant, macports, etc), over 120 themes to spice up your morning, and an auto-update tool that makes it easy to keep up with the latest updates from the community.

prezto

Prezto enriches the ZSH command line interface environment with sane defaults, aliases, functions, auto completion, and prompt themes. There are some prezto-specific plugins at https://github.com/belak/prezto-contrib.

pumice

Pumice is a lightweight plugin manager for ZSH.

sheldon

A fast, configurable, shell plugin manager.

  • Can manage
    • Any Git repository.
    • Branch/tag/commit support.
    • Extra support for GitHub repositories.
    • Extra support for Gists.
    • Arbitrary remote files, simply specify the URL.
    • Local plugins, simply specify the directory path.
  • Highly configurable install methods using handlebars templating.
  • Super-fast parallel installation.
  • Configuration file using TOML syntax.
  • Uses a lock file for much faster loading of plugins.

Toasty

Toasty is a ZSH framework made to facilitate management, not dictate it.

zapack

zapack is a basic fast minimal ZSH plugin loader.

zeesh

Zeesh is a cross-platform ZSH framework. It’s similar to, but incompatible with, oh-my-zsh. It has a modular plugin architecture making it easy to extend. It has a rich set of defaults, but is designed to be as lightweight as possible.

zgem

Zgem is a plugin manager for ZSH that supports loading and updating plugins and themes from git, http and local files.

zgen

Zgen is a lightweight plugin manager for ZSH inspired by Antigen. The goal is to have a minimal overhead when starting up the shell because nobody likes waiting. The script generates a static init.zsh file which does nothing but source your plugins and append them to your fpath. This saves startup time by not having to execute time consuming logic (plugin checking, updates, etc). The downside is that you have to refresh the init script manually with zgen reset whenever you update your .zshrc. Can load oh-my-zsh-compatible plugins and themes, and will automagically clone them for you when you add them to your plugin list.

zilsh

zilsh is a ZSH config system that aims to appeal more to power-users and follow the simplistic approach of vim-pathogen.

zim

Zim is a ZSH configuration framework with blazing speed and modular extensions.

zit

zit is a plugin manager for ZSH. It is minimal because it implements the bare minimum to be qualified as a plugin manager: it allows the user to install plugins from Git repositories (and Git repositories only, them why the name), source plugins and update them. It does not implement fancy functions like cleanup of removed plugins, automatic compilation of installed plugins, alias for oh-my-zsh/prezto/other ZSH frameworks, building binaries, PATH manipulation and others.

zoppo

Zoppo is the crippled configuration framework for ZSH. As an Italian saying goes: “chi va con lo zoppo, impara a zoppicare”, we realized we were walking with a cripple and are now going to become crippled ourselves.

zpacker

Zpacker is a lightweight ZSH plugin & theme management framework.

zplug

:hibiscus: Zplug is a next-generation ZSH plugin manager.

  • Can manage everything
  • Super-fast parallel installation/update
  • Support for lazy-loading
  • Branch/tag/commit support
  • Post-update, post-load hooks
  • Dependencies between packages
  • Unlike antigen, no ZSH plugin file (*.plugin.zsh) required
  • Interactive interface (fzf, peco, zaw, and so on)
  • Cache mechanism for reducing the startup time

Zplugin

Zplugin is an innovative plugin manager with semigraphical UI, Turbo Mode, a clean fpath, reports, completion management and services support. You can use crasis and also declare-zsh to edit your Zplugin commands in your ~.zshrc and also use zplugin-console to view and change the state of the Zsh session and to delete the plugins and snippets from the disk.

zpm

zpm ( ZSH Plugin Manager ) is a plugin manager for ZSH who combines the imperative and declarative approach. At first run, zpm will do complex logic and generate cache, after that will be used cache only, so it makes this framework to be very fast.

  • Fastest plugin manager (Really, after the first run, zpm will not be used at all)
  • Support for async loading
  • Dependencies between packages
  • zpm runs on Linux, macOS, FreeBSD and Android.
  • zpm plugins are compatible with oh-my-zsh.

ZR

ZR is a quick, simple ZSH plugin manager written in Rust and easily installable with cargo install zr.

zshing

zshing is a ZSH plugin manager similar to Vundle/Vim and allows you to…

  • keep track of and configure your plugins right in the .zshrc
  • Install Zsh plugins
  • Update Zsh plugins
  • Search by name all available Zsh Plugins
  • Clean unused plugins up
  • run the above actions in a single command
  • manages the Source Plugins of your installed Plugins

ztanesh

Ztanesh aims to improve your UNIX command line experience and productivity with the the configuration provided by the ztanesh project: the tools will make your shell more powerful and easier to use.

zulu

Zulu is a environment manager for ZSH 5+, which aims to make it easy to manage your shell without writing any code.

  • Easily manage your shell environment without editing files.
  • Create aliases, functions and environment variables, and have them available to you at the next shell startup.
  • Add and remove directories from $path, $fpath and $cdpath with simple commands.
  • Install packages, plugins and themes easily, and have them available to you immediately.

Tutorials

Generic ZSH

Antigen

Oh-My-Zsh

  • ZSH Gem 24 - Part of the 2011 ZSH Advent Calendar. Covers oh-my-zsh and zshuery.

Prezto

Zgen

  • rad-shell - A fantastically feature rich, lightning-fast shell setup, powered by ZSH, Prezto, and Zgen.
  • zsh-quickstart-kit - A simple quickstart for using ZSH with zgen. This includes a curated collection of plugins, and will automatically configure ZSH to use zgen to load them, configures zgen to periodically automatically update itself, the plugins, and the quickstart kit itself.

Zplugin

  • BlaCk-Void-Zsh - :crystal_ball: Awesome, Customable Zsh Starter Kit :stars::stars:
  • zplugin-configs - Real-world configuration files (basically zshrc-s) holding Zplugin invocations.

Plugins

  • 256color - Enhances the terminal environment with 256 colors. It looks at the chosen TERM environment variable and sees if there is respective ncurses’ terminfo with 256 colors available. The result is a multicolor terminal, if available.
  • abbr-path - Adds functionality of the theme_title_use_abbreviated_path parameter from some oh-my-fish themes.
  • abbrev-alias - Provides functionality similar to vim’s abbreviation expansion.
  • accurev - ZSH plugin for accurev.
  • actiona - Make it easier to call actiona scripts from your command line. Includes tab completions.
  • alehouse - Contains short aliases for brew commands, inspired by betterbrew.
  • alias-tips - An oh-my-zsh plugin to help remembering those aliases you defined once.
  • allergen - A collection of custom ZSH plugins to use with Antigen.
  • almostontop - Clears previous command output every time before new command executed in shell. Inspired by the alwaysontop plugin for bash.
  • ansible - A plugin for Ansible.
  • ansiweather - Weather in your terminal, with ANSI colors and Unicode symbols.
  • antigen-git-rebase - Antigen/ZSH script to aid with git rebasing.
  • antigen-git-store - Antigen/ZSH script to store git’s current working directory. For working with git between two computers without forcing arbitrary commits.
  • anyframe - A peco/percol/fzf wrapper plugin for ZSH.
  • apache2 - Adds aliases and functions for managing Apache2.
  • apple-touchbar - Adds MacBook Pro touchbar support in iTerm 2.
  • appup - Adds start, stop, up and down commands when it detects a docker-compose.yml or Vagrantfile in the current directory (e.g. your application). Just run up and get coding!
  • artisan - Laravel artisan plugin for ZSH to help you to run artisan from anywhere in the project tree, with tab completion!
  • asciidoctor - A plugin for AsciiDoctor.
  • asdf - Integration and completions for asdf, the extendable version manager, with support for Ruby, Node.js, Elixir, Erlang and more.
  • assume-role - ZSH plugin to allow you to assume AWS IAM roles easily. Includes completions.
  • async - Library for running asynchronous tasks in ZSH without requiring any external tools. Allows you to run multiple asynchronous jobs, enforce unique jobs (multiple instances of the same job will not run), flush all currently running jobs and create multiple workers (each with their own jobs).
  • atom-plugin - Based on the Sublime plugin, lets you launch a file or folder in Atom from iTerm 2.
  • atom - A plugin for the Atom editor on macOS.
  • auto-color-ls - Automatically list directories with colorls.
  • auto-fu.zsh - Automatic complete-word and list-choices. Originally incr-0.2.zsh by y.fujii .
  • auto-ls - Automatically ls when cding to a new directory.
  • auto-notify - Automatically sends out a notification when a long running task has completed.
  • autodotenv - Will prompt you to load variables when you cd into a directory containing a .env file.
  • autoenv-extended - Extended version of the zsh-autoenv plugin.
  • autoenv - If a directory contains a .env file, it will automatically be executed when you cd into it.
  • autojump - A cd command that learns - easily navigate directories from the command line. Install autojump-zsh for best results.
  • autopair - A ZSH plugin for auto-closing, deleting and skipping over matching delimiters. Only tested on ZSH 5.0.2 or later.
  • autosuggestions - Fish-like fast/unobtrusive autosuggestions for ZSH.
  • autoswitch-virtualenv - ZSH plugin to automatically switch python virtualenvs and pipenvs when traversing directories.
  • autoupdate-antigen - Antigen doesn’t do automatic updates like oh-my-zsh. This plugin adds auto updating for antigen, both of antigen and the bundles loaded in your configuration.
  • autoupdate-oh-my-zsh-plugins - oh-my-zsh doesn’t automatically update non-core plugins, this adds plugin autoupdating to oh-my-zsh.
  • aws-cli-mfa - plugin for AWS CLI MFA based on sweharris’ aws-cli-mfa.
  • aws-mfa - Plugin for AWS MFA.
  • aws-upload - Boost your productivity with aws-upload.
  • aws-vault - Plugin for aws-vault.
  • background - ZSH plugin which executes functions in the background.
  • base16 - Adds script to allow you to change your shell’s default ANSI colors but most importantly, colors 17 to 21 of your shell’s 256 colorspace (if supported by your terminal). This script makes it possible to honor the original bright colors of your shell (e.g. bright green is still green and so on) while providing additional base16 colors to applications such as Vim.
  • baseballfunfacts - Print random baseball related “fun facts” in your shell. Depends on fortune and cowsay being installed.
  • basex - Adds several BaseX aliases for simplified usage.
  • bash-quote - Get random quote from Bash.im.
  • bash - Makes ZSH more Bash compatible. It redefines the source command to act more like bash does. It also enables bash completions.
  • battery_state - Show battery state in right-prompt.
  • bd - Jump back to a specific directory, without doing cd ../../...
  • bepoptimist - Remap ZSH vi-mode for French bépo keyboard.
  • betterbrew - Add more command aliases for brew
  • bitbucket-git-helpers - Adds helper scripts to allow you to create bitbucket PRs or open a directory in the current branch.
  • blackbox - Stack Exchange’s toolkit for storing keys/credentials securely in a git repository.
  • boss-git - Adds some convenience aliases for git.
  • branch-manager - A plugin for managing git branches.
  • brew - Standalone plugin for the Homebrew Package Manager.
  • browse-commit - A plugin that lets you open any commit in your browser from the command line.
  • bumblebee - A plugin to toggle optirun in the command line.
  • calc - A calculator for ZSH.
  • caniuse - Add Can I Use… support to ZSH.
  • careful_rm - A wrapper for rm that adds trash/recycling and useful warnings.
  • cd-gitroot - A ZSH plugin to cd to the git repository root directory.
  • cd-reminder - Display reminders when cd-ing into specified directories.
  • cd-reporoot - A ZSH plugin to cd to the current repository checkout’s root directory.
  • cd-ssh - ssh to a server when you accidentally cd to it.
  • cdbk - A ZSH plugin to allow easy named directory creation - shortcuts to any directory you want.
  • cdc - Shell function for changing directory to a directory found in one of your defined frequently-used places.
  • cdr - Easy setup of cdr for ZSH.
  • change-case - Plugin for fast swap between upper and lower case in your command line. :sunglasses:
  • check-deps - Helper for ZSH plugins that allows them to show how to install any missing dependencies. Works on Debian (and derivatives like Ubuntu), Arch and its derivatives, Nodejs and ZSH plugins if you are using the zpm framework.
  • clean-project - Remove files from projects (automatically by default). Useful for keeping .DS_Store and Thumbs.db files from cluttering your directories.
  • clipboard - Adds a cross-platform helper function to access the system clipboard. Works on macOS, X11 (and Wayland) and Cygwin.
  • cmd-architect - Build commands from what’s in history and at prompt, move, delete, add command segments and search history with multi-word queries.
  • code-review - Launches git difftool on git merge-base target_branch base_branch and target_branch.
  • colored-man-pages-mod - Forked from robbyrussell/oh-my-zsh/plugins/colored-man-pages. Colorizes man output.
  • colored-man-pages - Colorize man pages.
  • colorize - Colorize the output of various programs.
  • colors (Tarrasch) - Makes it easier to colorize text from the CLI. red foo just works.
  • colors (zpm-zsh) - Enhanced colors for ZSH.
  • command-not-found - mirror of the oh-my-zsh command-not-found plugin so you don’t have to include all of omz.
  • command-note - Record complex commands and comment on them.
  • command-time - Show execution time for long commands in ZSH and powerlevel9k.
  • completion-generator - This plugin tries to read the list of options from the help text of programs and generate a completion function automatically. Note that this doesn’t do it automatically, you have to explicitly call the generator to create a completion script.
  • copyzshell - A ZSH plugin to copy your shell configuration to another machine over ssh.
  • crash - Adds proper error handling, exceptions and try/catch for ZSH.
  • crayon-syntax - ZSH syntax highlighting for the Crayon Plugin for Wordpress.
  • crypto-prices - Add a powerlevel9k segment with the current bitcoin price.
  • crystal - A plugin for Crystal.
  • czhttpd - A simple http server written in 99.9% pure ZSH.
  • deepx - Collection of useful and fun commands to improve workflow and quality of life.
  • deer - A file navigator for ZSH heavily inspired by ranger.
  • declare-zsh - A command-line parser for Zplugin commands in zshrc.
  • depot-tools - Simple oh-my-zsh plugin for installing the chromium depot_tools. Installing this plugin will put all of the chromium depot_tools in your path automatically.
  • diff-so-fancy - Simplify installing the diff-so-fancy project into your user account.
  • diractions - Allow you to map a short logical/mnemonic name to directories to quickly access them, or perform actions in them.
  • dircolors-solarized - Solarized dircolors plugin, with options for dark or light terminal backgrounds.
  • dircycle - Cycle through the directory stack.
  • directory-history - A per directory history for ZSH.
  • dirrc - Executes .dirc when present in a directory you cd into.
  • dirstack - Plugin for displaying dirstack info on a single line.
  • docker-aliases Docker aliases for everyday use.
  • docker-compose Show docker container status in your prompt.
  • docker-helpers - A collection of docker helper scripts.
  • docker-machine - A docker-machine plugin for ZSH.
  • docker-run - Go back to running your commands “naturally”, we’ll handle the container.
  • dogesh - Dogification plugin.
  • dotfiles - Keep your dotfiles in sync across multiple machines using git.
  • dotpyvenv - Automagically switch to a python virtual enviroment located (that you previously have created with virtualenv program) in a directory named .pyvenv when you cd into a directory.
  • dropbox - A dropbox plugin for ZSH that provides dropbox-cli and dropbox-uploader commands.
  • dune-quotes - Random Dune quote generator plugin.
  • dwim - zsh-dwim attempts to predict what you will want to do next. It provides a key binding (control-u) that will replace the current (or previous) command line with the command you will want to run next.
  • ec2ssh - List EC2 instances and ssh login to the instances easily.
  • editing-workbench - Adds sane, complex command line editing (e.g. incremental history word completion).
  • elixir - Adds shortcuts for Elixir, IEX, Mix, Kiex and Phoenix.
  • emoji-cli - :scream: Emoji completion on the command line.
  • emojis - Adds numerous ascii art emojis to your environment in convenient variables.
  • enhancd - A simple tool that provides enhanced cd command.
  • escape-backtick - Quickly insert escaped backticks when double-tapping “`“.
  • evalcache - Cache the output of a binary initialization command, to help lower shell startup time.
  • evil-registers - Extends ZLE vi commands to remotely access named registers of the vim and nvim editors, and system selection and clipboard.
  • exa - Enables a number of aliases extending exa, the modern replacement for ls.
  • exercism - A plugin for exercism.io.
  • expand-ealias - Expand specific aliases with space.
  • explain-shell - Opens commands on explainshell.com.
  • extend-history - Extends command history by adding exit code for each command in the history.
  • fancy-ctrl-z - Broken out version of the version in oh-my-zsh so users of other frameworks don’t have to import all of oh-my-zsh.
  • fast-alias-tips - Helps remember the aliases you defined and forgot about. Ported from djui/alias-tips.
  • fast-syntax-highlighting - Optimized and improved zsh-users/zsh-syntax-highlighting – better response times, switchable highlight themes.
  • favorite-directories - Fast jumps to your favorite directories.
  • figures - Unicode symbols for ZSH.
  • firebase (rmrs) - Add an indicator in the prompt that you’re in a directory with a firebase.json file (aka “firebase project”).
  • firebase (Seqi) - Display the current working project or project alias when in a Firebase project directory or subdirectory.
  • fixnumpad-osx - Enables numpad keys of Apple keyboards to be recognized in ZSH.
  • flow-plugin - This plugin makes the flow command available inside every subdirectory of the TYPO3 Flow distribution.
  • forgit - Utility tool for git which takes advantage of fuzzy finder fzf.
  • functional - ZSH higher order functions.
  • fuzzy-search-and-edit - ZSH plugin for fuzzy searching files and instantly opening a matched file on matched line.
  • fz - Seamlessly adds fuzzy search to z’s tab completion and lets you easily jump around among your historical directories.
  • fzf (wyntau) - Wraps fzf for use with ZSH.
  • fzf-fasd - integrates fzf and fasd --- tab completion of z with fzf’s fuzzy search!
  • fzf-finder - Plugin to have a cool search keybinding with fzf and (optionally) bat. Searches in the local tree of subdirectories for files.
  • fzf-git - Add nice git completions using fzf.
  • fzf-marks - Little script to create, navigate and delete bookmarks in bash and zsh, using the fuzzy finder fzf.
  • fzf-widgets - Adds some ZLE widgets for fzf.
  • fzf-z - Brings together the z plugin and fzf to allow you to easily browse recently used directories at any point on the command line.
  • fzy - Plugin that uses fzy for certain fuzzy matching operations.
  • gcloud-project - Easy selection of Google Cloud Projects.
  • geeknote - Geeknote plugin for ZSH.
  • geometry-datetime - Geometry datetime plugin. Shows datetime (date unix command) in your prompt.
  • geometry-hydrate - Geometry plugin to remind you to hydrate.
  • geometry-npm-package-version - Geometry plugin to display the current folder’s npm package version.
  • geometry-rust-version - Geometry plugin to display the current folder’s Rust version when either a .rs or Cargo.toml is present.
  • get-jquery - Plugin for fast downloading jQuery library from code.jquery.com.
  • ghost-zeus - Lets you use zeus with normal rails commands.
  • gimme - Manage Go installations with gimme.
  • git-add-remote - Easily add the upstream remote to your git fork.
  • git-aliases (mdumitru) - Broken out version of the version in oh-my-zsh so users of other frameworks don’t have to import all of oh-my-zsh.
  • git-aliases.zsh - Creates a lot of useful aliases for combinations of commonly used git commands.
  • git-complete-urls - enhance git completion to include in the remotes completion (e.g. from git clone) any URL in the clipboard.
  • git-extra-commands - Extra git helper scripts packaged as a plugin.
  • git-ignore - Generates .gitignore files from gitignore.io offline. fzf, completion, preview integrated.
  • git-it-on - Adds ability to open a folder in your current branch on GitHub.
  • git-plugin - Adds some functions for git.
  • git-prompt-useremail - Adds prompt reminders for git user.email.
  • git-prune - Plugin that simplifies deleting merged branches.
  • git-scripts - Adds git-squash-branch and git-remove-merged commands.
  • git-secret - A bash-tool to store your private data inside a git repository.
  • git-smart-commands - Adds extra git commands to make some common git usages more efficient.
  • git-sync - A ZSH plugin to sync git repositories and clean them up.
  • gitcd - cd to a git working directory after cloning it.
  • gitfast - Updated fork of oh-my-zsh gitfast plugin.
  • gitgo - Open a Github/Gitlab repository in your browser from the command line (macOS only).
  • github-issues - Subscribe to projects on Github and receive within shell (under prompt) notifications about new issues.
  • gitignore - Plugin for creating .gitignore files.
  • gitio - A ZSH plugin for generating a GitHub short URL using git.io.
  • gitsterv2 - Forked from the original Gitster.
  • gitsync - ZSH plugin to improve workflows for one person developing on the same repository on multiple machines.
  • goenv - Antigen plugin to manage $GOPATH similarly to Python’s virtualenvwrapper.
  • going_places - A plugin that helps to use, create and maintain a list of shell locations.
  • gpg-agent - Plugin that tries to do the right thing when it comes to setting up the GPG agent to act as an SSH agent as well on macOS.
  • gpg-crypt - ZSH plugin to encrypt and decrypt files or directories in place.
  • grep2awk - ZLE widget to transform grep command into awk command.
  • grunt-plugin - Add autocompletion for grunt.
  • gtm-terminal-plugin - terminal plugin for git time metrics.
  • gumsible - Wrapper plugin for Molecule.
  • gvm (dgnest) - gvm (Go version manager) plugin for ZSH.
  • gvm (yerinle) - Provides autocompletion for gvm (Groovy enVironment Manager).
  • hab - Automatically loads OS environment variables defined in the file .envrc if it’s found when changing to a new directory.
  • hacker-quotes - Outputs a hacker quote randomly when you open a terminal.
  • hadoop-plugin - Adds some convenience aliases for hadoop functions.
  • hanami - ZSH plugin for hanami projects.
  • hints - Display glob and parameter flags and other non completable info right under your editing buffer.
  • hipchat - Send hipchat messages from the shell.
  • histdb - Stores your history in an SQLite database.
  • history-enquirer - Enhances history search with more interaction and a multiline selection menu. Requires nodejs.
  • history-filter - Allows you to specify patterns that will automatically exclude commands from being inserted into your permanent history. Particularly useful for preventing secrets being written.
  • history-here - Binds ^G to quickly toggle the current shell history file location.
  • history-search-multi-word - syntax highlighted, multi-word history searcher for ZSH, bound to Ctrl-R, with advanced functions (e.g. bump of history entry to top of history).
  • history-substring-search - Needs to be loaded after zsh-syntax-highlighting, or they’ll both break. You’ll also need to bind keys to its functions, details are in the README.md.
  • history-sync - An Oh My Zsh plugin for GPG encrypted, Internet synchronized ZSH history using git.
  • history - Extend history so that it can be queried by SQL.
  • hooks - Add missing hooks - for plugins and personal use.
  • host-switch - Make it easier to switch in different /etc/hosts files during development.
  • hub-ci-zsh-plugin - A simple plugin for adding hub ci-status to your ZSH theme.
  • igit - Interactive git commands using fzf.
  • ing - ping, but shorter output.
  • intellij - Extract intellij bookmarks into markdown format.
  • interactive-cd - Fish-like interactive tab completion for cd.
  • iosctl - Quickly access App, Data, and Log of the running simulator.
  • ipip - plugin for IPIP.
  • iterm-tab-color - Adds function to set the tab color in iTerm2 and can automatically change color based on cwd or command being executed.
  • iterm-tab-colors - Automatically changes iTerm 2 tab color based on the current working directory.
  • iterm-touchbar - Display iTerm2 feedback in the MacbookPro TouchBar (Current directory, git branch & status).
  • iterm2-colors - Manage your iTerm 2’s color scheme from the command line.
  • iterm2-tabs - Set colors and titles of iTerm 2 tabs.
  • iterm2-utilities - Helps download various iTerm2 utilities and lets you omit cloning of the whole iterm2-website repository or relying on other repos which may be out of sync.
  • iterm2 - Packs iTerm’s ZSH integration scripts into a ZSH plugin to avoid polluting your $HOME directory, with a negligible time increase of only 2ms.
  • jabba - Adds shell integration code and completions for the jabba Java version manager.
  • java-zsh-plugin - Adds a setjdk command so you can switch easily between different versions of the jdk.
  • javaVersions - Change between different java versions with a single command.
  • jdk-switch - macOS-only plugin for switching between jdk versions.
  • jenkins - A jenkins plugin for ZSH, heavily inspired by the excellent jira plugin.
  • jenv-lazy - A ZSH plugin for lazy loading of jEnv.
  • jhipster - Adds commands for jHipster.
  • jira-plus - Create JIRA tickets from the command line.
  • jvm - Allows selection of JDK on macOS.
  • k - Directory listings for ZSH with git status decorations.
  • kill-node - ZSH plugin for murdering node process families.
  • kitsunebook - KitsuneBook plugin for oh-my-zsh.
  • konsole-theme-changer - Toggle konsole theme from ZSH.
  • kube-ps1 - ZSH plugin for kubectl that adds current context and namespace.
  • kubecolor - Simplify and colorize the output of kubectl get events -w
  • kubectl - ZSH plugin for managing kubectl.
  • kubectx - Automatically installs kubectx and kubens.
  • kubernetes - Add kubernetes helper functions and aliases.
  • laradock-workspace - Provides an interface to Laradock’s workspace.
  • laravel-au - Adds aliases for Laravel 6.
  • laravel - Add shortcuts for Laravel 5, 5.1, 5.2 & 5.3.
  • last-working-directory (mdumitru) - Broken out version of the version in oh-my-zsh so users of other frameworks don’t have to import all of OMZ.
  • lazyload - Lazy load commands and speed up start up time of ZSH.
  • lesaint-git - Replacement git plugin for Oh-My-Zsh-compatible frameworks.
  • lesaint-mvn - Maven plugins for oh-my-zsh.
  • linuxbrew - ZSH plugin for linuxbrew.
  • listbox - Listbox element for shell.
  • locate-sublime-projects-cli - Allows searching for Sublime Text projects and opens them in Sublime.
  • loremipsum - Generate lorem ipsum text on the command line. Gets its data from lipsum.com.
  • ls - Colorizes the output of ls.
  • lumberjack - Lumberjack is a logging interface for shell scripts.
  • lux - ZSH plugin to toggle the light & dark modes of macOS and other items and applications via the lux command. Highly customizable: included items can be configured by defining variables. Highly extensible: items can be added by defining functions. Includes macos_is_dark helper function to determine if the macOS dark mode is active for use in theming.
  • mac-packaging - A set of common functions used for enterprise Mac packaging with Munki.
  • macos - A ZSH plugin for macOS.
  • mage2docker - Makes it easy to work with Docker and Magento 2. Speeds up and simplifies common commands like clean cache, setup upgrade, compile di and much more in Magento 2 on containers.
  • magento-2 - Adds m2 function to run magento binary, adds tab completions.
  • manydots-magic - A zle tweak for emulating ...'==../..’ etc.
  • markedit - Mark files and edit them with autocompletion for existing marks.
  • markgate - Allows you to mark directories so you can jump directly to them.
  • maven-plugin - A fork of the oh-my-zsh maven plugin.
  • mercurial - Extracted from oh-my-zsh so you can use it without oh-my-zsh.
  • mfunc - Allows you to define persistent functions on-the-fly, without the need to add them to your config files. These functions are permanently available until you delete them.
  • mode-switch.CLI - A ZSH plugin for switching command line between normal mode and vi mode.
  • monorepo-plugin - ZSH plugin for monorepo management.
  • morpho - Terminal screen savers written in pure ZSH, and also screen saver framework.
  • msf - Metasploit handler plugin for starting handlers easily.
  • mylocation - A plugin to show your current location based on your IP address.
  • mysql-colorize - Adds color for mysql tables.
  • mysql - Adds some functions for dealing with mysql.
  • n - Auto-switches node versions based on project environment using n.
  • navigation-tools - Adds htop-like kill, directory bookmarks browser, multi-word incremental history searcher and more.
  • new-file-from-template - Generates file from template.
  • nice-exit-code - Maps exit status code to human readable string.
  • nix-shell - Plugin that lets you use ZSH as the default nix-shell shell.
  • node-path - Automatically adds the “npm bin” of your current directory to your path.
  • node - Srijan Shetty’s nodejs plugin for ZSH with caching of nvm completions and autoloading of nvm if present.
  • nodenv - Auto-load nodenv and its completions into the shell.
  • nohup - Add nohup to the current command pressing Ctrl-H.
  • nonotes - Plugin for pen-testing. No more notes needed, no more copy and paste of commands.
  • noreallyjustfuckingstopalready - macOS users know the pain of trying to figure out what command actually flushes the DNS cache on their version of macOS, and this plugin makes that annoyance go away.
  • notes (aperezdc) - Inspired by terminal_velocity, it provides a fast interface to create and access a set of Markdown text files inside a directory.
  • notes (chipsenkbeil) - Provides a quick notes editing experience in ZSH.
  • notify - A plugin for ZSH (on macOS and Linux) that posts desktop notifications when a command terminates with a non-zero exit status or when it took more than 30 seconds to complete, if the terminal application is in the background (or the command’s terminal tab is inactive).
  • npm - Add npm aliases & command completion. Based on the Oh-My-Zsh npm plugin.
  • nvm-auto-use - calls nvm use automatically whenever you enter a directory that contains an .nvmrc file with a string telling nvm which node to use.
  • nvm-auto - Aims to alleviate needing to type nvm use as much as possible, especially if you often switch between versions of node.js and use .nvmrc files in your project to manage what version of node your project needs.
  • nvm-lazy - Plugin for lazy loading of oh-my-zsh’s nvm plugin. It supports lazy-loading nvm for more than one binary/entrypoint, with the defaults being nvm, node and npm.
  • nvm - ZSH plugin for installing, updating and loading nvm.
  • oh-my-matrix - Turn your terminal into the matrix.
  • open-create-projects - Open/Create projects in Jetbrains.
  • open-pr - A ZSH plugin to open pull requests from command line.
  • openshift-origin - Add a few shortcuts to common openshift origin (oc) actions.
  • opera-git-plugin - git aliases.
  • operator - Clean and simple theme, works best with Menlo for Powerline.
  • opp - Vim’s text-objects-ish for ZSH.
  • opt-path - Automatically add ~/opt subpaths to your $PATH.
  • osx-dev - This plugin adds some commands for maintaining various server programs on my macOS install.
  • osx - Add some common macOS related aliases and functions.
  • paci - Plugin for archlinux package managers.
  • pantheon-terminal-notify - Background notifications for long running commands. Supports Elementary OS Freya.
  • passwordless-history - Keeps passwords from entering your command line history.
  • pctl - Toggle the environment variables for proxying.
  • peco-history - Search shell history with Peco when pressing ctrl+R.
  • percol - Interactively and incrementally search history/resume background jobs using percol.
  • pew - Sets up and manages Python virtualenvs using pew, automatically switches virtualenvs as you move directories.
  • pg - Adds utility functions to work with PostgreSQL.
  • php-version-rcfile-switcher - Automatically switch between php versions using php-version if an rc-file is present in a directory.
  • phpcs - Plugin for PHP code sniffer.
  • phpenv - Auto-load phpenv and its completions.
  • phpunit - Plugin for PHPUnit.
  • pip-app - Makes it easy to install python applications into distinct Python virtualenvs so they don’t conflict with any other python requirements on your system.
  • pip-env - Automatic pipenv activation upon entry into a pipenv project.
  • plugin-ibtool - Adds ibtool shortcuts to generate localized XIB files.
  • plugin-rails - ZSH plugin for Rails.
  • plugin-vscode - Plugin for Visual Studio Code, a text editor for macOS, Windows, and Linux.
  • plugin - Creates custom oh-my-zsh plugins from a boilerplate template. Very oh-my-zsh centric, the generated plugins will need editing to work with other frameworks.
  • poetry - Automatically activates and deactivates Poetry-created python virtualenvs.
  • pr-cwd - Creates a global variable with current working directory. Plugin has integration with jocelynmallon/zshmarks.
  • pr-eol - Displays an EOL symbol which can be embedded in the prompt.
  • pr-exec-time - Adds a variable you can use to display the execution time of the last command run.
  • pr-git - Creates a global variable with git status information that can be displayed in prompts.
  • pr-is-root - Sets an environment variable you can use in a custom prompt when running as root.
  • pr-jobs - Creates an environment variable which can be used to display background job information in a custom prompt.
  • pr-node - Sets an environment variable which can be used to display nodeJS information in a custom prompt.
  • pr-return - Plugin for ZSH who displays the exit status of the last command run.
  • presenter-mode - Expands aliases during presentations. It also increases the terminal window’s contrast to enhance visibility.
  • pretty-time - Convert seconds to a human readable string: 165392 → 1d 21h 56m 32s.
  • profile-secrets - Securely keep sensitive variables (api tokens, passwords, etc) as part of your terminal init files. Uses gpg to encrypt/decrypt the file with your secrets.
  • project (gko) - Create node/python/ruby project both locally and on github(private or public repository).
  • project (voronkovich) - Plugin for managing projects.
  • proxy-plugin - Aliases to manage proxy shell environment settings.
  • proxy - Configure your proxy settings.
  • pyenv-lazy-load - Plugin for lazy-loading pyenv in ZSH.
  • pyenv-lazy - Lazy load pyenv. The initial eval "$(pyenv init -)" is executed the first time pyenv is called.
  • q (cal2195) - vim-like macro registers for your ZSH shell.
  • q (tomsquest) - Tail/remove the temp file for Q, the Dirty Debugging Tool.
  • quoter - Display a random quote when opening a new terminal session.
  • quotify - Displays inspiring coding quotes from our pairs when starting up.
  • randeme - Chooses a random theme for each session. If you not like the chosen theme you can run randeme_rm to never show that theme again.
  • razer-status-code - change the colour of your Razer Mouse based on the status of the last executed command. Requires OpenRazer linux drivers.
  • rbenv (ELLIOTTCABLE) - A faster fork of the rbenv plugin from oh-my-zsh.
  • rbenv (jsahlen) - Variant based on the original oh-my-zsh rbenv plugin.
  • rbpi - Raspberry Pi utility scripts.
  • redis - Will run redis-server pointing it to the redis.conf configuration file. This can be used with the zdharma/zredis plugin to share variables between shells.
  • reentry-hook - Plugin that re-enters working directory if it has been removed and re-created.
  • reminder - A plugin which displays reminders above every prompt.
  • revolver - A progress spinner for ZSH scripts.
  • ripz - Reminds you of your aliases, so you use them more. Depends on ripgrep.
  • robo-zsh-plugin - A ZSH plugin for Robo.
  • rockz - Lua + LuaRocks virtual environment manager based upon VirtualZ.
  • ruby-switch - Switch ruby versions and manage the PATH variable at the same time.
  • rvm - Initiates RVM and adds rubygem binaries (like compass) accessible in the user’s $PATH.
  • safe-kubectl - Add some safety when running kubectl by warning what context you’re in after a definable number of seconds since the last kubectl command.
  • safe-paste - A safe-paste plugin. See Conrad Irwin’s bracketed-paste blog post.
  • safe-rm - Add safe-rm functionality so that rm will put files in your OS’s trash instead of permanently deleting them.
  • saml2aws-auto - When using multiple AWS profiles, e.g. different accounts for your stages (development, pre-prod, prod), can be used to determine which profile is currently exported and if the token is still valid.
  • saneopt - Sane defaults for ZSH options, in the spirit of vim-sensible.
  • schroot - Show current chroot name in your prompt.
  • select - Multi-term searched selection list with approximate matching and uniq mode.
  • send - Single command to git add, git commit, and git push for much faster git workflow.
  • sensei-git - Adds many git aliases and helper shell functions.
  • setenv - Runs a script when you change directories.
  • simpleserver - Plugin to easily start python SimpleHTTPServer and SimpleHTTPSServer.
  • slugify - ZSH plugin that converts filenames and directories to a web friendly format.
  • smart-cd - Runs ls and git status after chpwd.
  • snippets - Command line snippet expansion.
  • solarized-man - A modified version of oh-my-zsh’s plugin colored-man-pages, optimized for the solarized dark theme in the terminal.
  • ssh-connect - A simple ssh manager.
  • ssh-plugin - Plugin for ssh.
  • startup-timer - Print the time it takes for the shell to start up.
  • stashy - Plugin that simplifies using git stash.
  • statify - Plugin that does basic statistical analysis.
  • sublime - Same as the official Sublime plugin for Oh My Zsh, but this opens files in the current Sublime window, if there is one already open.
  • sudo - The sudo plugin from oh-my-zsh, extracted to a standalone. Toggles sudo before the current/previous command by pressing ESC-ESC in emacs-mode or vi-command mode.
  • suffix-alias - Directly open files in the shell using ZSH’s suffix aliases.
  • symfony - ZSH plugin for Symfony 2 and 3.
  • syntax-highlighting-filetypes - ZSH syntax highlighting with dircolors in realtime.
  • syntax-highlighting - Add syntax highlighting to your ZSH. Make sure you load this before zsh-users/zsh-history-substring-search or they will both break.
  • sys-diver - A ZSH plugin for directory change or editor startup with only key operations using widgets without typing commands.
  • sysadmin-util - Steve Kemp’s collection of tool scripts for sysadmins.
  • system-clipboard - Adds key bindings support for ZLE (Zsh Line Editor) clipboard operations for vi emulation keymaps. It works under Linux, macOS and Android (via Termux).
  • t32 - Plugin for the Lauterbach Trace32 toolset. It automatically registers fonts and sets all necessary environment variables to run the t32 toolset.
  • tailf - Adds tailf function with prefixed newlines instead of trailing newlines.
  • taskbook - Auto-completes task numbers for taskbook.
  • terminal-app - A plugin for integrating with the new El Capitan Terminal.app features.
  • terminal-workload-report - A plugin that calculates and displays how many commands have been run via terminal.
  • terraform (hanjunlee) - Add terraform workspace to prompt.
  • terraform (pbar1) - Terraform convenience functions and aliases for ZSH.
  • terragrunt - Plugin for Terragrunt, a thin wrapper for Terraform that provides extra tools.
  • thefuck - Loads thefuck (a tool which corrects your previous command) with cache support, which reduces the loading time dramatically.
  • theia-dev-tools - Convenience functions for working with theia-ide.
  • timewarrior - Plugin for timewarrior, a timetracking application.
  • tipz - Displays your alias if you have an alias for the command you just ran, similarly to alias-tips.
  • title - Allows you to set a terminal window title.
  • titles - Automatic window and tab titles for tmux and xterm-compatible terminals.
  • tmux-fork Standalone fork of the oh-my-zsh tmux plugin.
  • tmux-multisession - Plugin for tmux to support multiple sessions on a single server process.
  • tmux-rename - Rename tmux windows automatically.
  • tmux-simple - Simple plugin for using tmux with ZSH.
  • tmux-vim-integration - Open files in a running vim (or NeoVim) session, from an adjacent tmux pane.
  • tmux-zsh-vim-titles - Create unified terminal titles for tmux, ZSH, and Vim/NVIM, modular.
  • tmux - Plugin for tmux.
  • tmuxrepl - Simple ZSH plugin to have a R-EP-L tmux session.
  • toggl - Adds a toggl-week command to display the total working hours tracked on toggl.com
  • travis - Opens the Travis CI page for the current repo if one exists.
  • tsm - Adds a tmux Session Manager.
  • tumult - Adds tools for macOS.
  • ubuntualiases - Ubuntu 16 aliases.
  • undollar - Strips the dollar sign from the beginning of the terminal prompt.
  • up.zsh - Adds an up command to cd multiple levels up.
  • url-highlighter - A plugin for the ZSH syntax highlighter that turns URLs green if they respond with a “good” status, and red otherwise. Useful for checking URL typos.
  • uvenv - Extends the functionality of the original oh-my-zsh venv module.
  • vanilli.sh - A lightweight start point of shell configuration.
  • velocity - Powerline-based theme elements for ZSH and tmux.
  • venv-lite - A super-lightweight sort-of-clone of virtualenvwrapper; it pretty much expects you to be using pyenv (though you don’t have to), and because it’s based on the venv module, (creation) only works for python >= 3.3.
  • vi-mode (Nyquase) Add extra vi-like functionality.
  • vi-mode (sinetoami) - Add more vi-like functionality to ZSH.
  • viexchange - vi mode plugin for easily swapping text between two places in the buffer, like vim-exchange.
  • vim-mode - Friendly vi-mode bindings, adding basic Emacs keys, incremental search, mode indicators and more.
  • vim-plugin - Allows you to do vim filename:123 to open a file with the cursor at a specific line.
  • vimman - View vim plugin manuals (help) like man in ZSH.
  • vimto - Improved ZSH vi mode (bindkey -v) plugin.
  • virtualenv-mod - A modified virtualenv ZSH plugin for oh-my-zsh.
  • virtualenv-prompt - A fork of the virtualenv plugin from upstream. Adds support for customizing the virtualenv prompt in oh-my-zsh themes.
  • virtualz - Python virtualenv manager inspired by Adam Brenecki’s Virtualfish for the Fish shell, replaces virtualenvwrapper.
  • virtuozzo-plugin - An oh-my-zsh plugin for the virtuozzo bare-metal virtualization system.
  • visit - Custom plugin for faster navigation.
  • vox - An oh-my-zsh plugin to control VOX, a lightweight full-featured audio player for macOS that can play a variety of formats including FLAC and Ogg Vorbis.
  • vsc - Plugin for Visual Studio Code on macOS.
  • vscode (kasperhesthaven) - Simple plugin to open VS code a little easily across systems.
  • vscode (qianxinfeng) - Plugin for Visual Studio Code.
  • wakatime (sobolevn) - Track how much time you have spent in your terminal. Has per project stats.
  • wakatime (wbingli) - Automatic time tracking for commands in ZSH using wakatime.
  • warhol - Configures colorization with grc.
  • watson.zsh - A plugin for the watson time management system.
  • wd - Warp directory lets you jump to custom directories in ZSH, without using cd. Why? Because cd seems inefficient when the folder is frequently visited or has a long path.
  • web-search - Add commands to run bing, google, yahoo, & duckduckgo searches directly from the CLI.
  • whobrokemycode - Highlight where a particular line was last changed in a file using git blame.
  • windows-title - Dynamically updates terminal window title with current directory and the last command run.
  • workon - Simple utility for jumping between projects.
  • yadm - Displays a warning if there are local yadm configuration changes.
  • yapipenv - Automatically activate a directory’s pip environment if pipenv detects the presence of one.
  • yeoman - Edouard Lopez’s Yeoman plugin for oh-my-zsh, compatible with yeoman version ≥1.0 (includes options and command auto-completion).
  • you-should-use - ZSH plugin that reminds you to use those aliases you defined.
  • youtube-dl - Simple plugin for youtube-dl.
  • z-a-bin-gem-node - Zplugin extension that a) exposes binaries without altering $PATH, b) installs Ruby gems and Node modules and easily exposes their binaries, c) updates the gems and modules on update of the associated plugin or snippet.
  • z-a-man - Zplugin extension that generates man pages for all plugins and snippets.
  • z-a-patch-dl - Zplugin extension that downloads files and applies patches through the provided dl'' and patch'' ices.
  • z-a-rust - Zplugin extension that that installs rust and cargo packages inside plugin directories.
  • z-a-test - Zplugin extension that runs tests (via make test, for example) – if it finds any of them – after installing and updating a plugin or snippet.
  • z.lua - A command line tool which helps you navigate faster by learning your habits. An alternative to z.sh with windows and posix shells support and various improvements.
  • zaw - ZSH anything.el-like widget.
  • zce - Vim’s EasyMotion / Emacs’s ace-jump-mode for ZSH.
  • zconvey - Adds ability to send commands to other ZSH sessions, you can use this to cd $PWD on all active Z shell sessions, for example.
  • zed - A simple wrapper for z to install it via a ZSH plugin.
  • zeit - Optimized for dark backgrounds, includes git status information.
  • zero - Zero is both a plugin and a theme. See the github page for installation details.
  • zgdbm - Adds GDBM as a plugin.
  • zgen-compinit-tweak - Make compinit run only once after all loading is done by zgen.
  • zhooks - Displays the contents of any ZSH hook arrays and the code of any hook functions that have been defined. Useful for debugging.
  • zimfw-extras - Custom extras for zimfw, packaged into a zimfw plugin.
  • zinfo_line - Makes more information available to ZSH themes.
  • zjump - Simplify ZSH directory navigation; jump to already visited, parent or sub folders.
  • zlong_alert - Uses notify-send and ring a bell to alert you when a command that has taken a long time (default: 15 seconds) has completed.
  • zredis - Adds Redis database support, with database_key <-> shell_variable binding. Supports all data types.
  • zplugin-console – a semigraphical (curses) consolette for Zplugin
  • zsh-z - Jump quickly to directories that you have visited “frecently.” A native ZSH port of z.sh - without awk, sed, sort, or date.
  • zshmarks - A port of Bashmarks (by Todd Werth), a simple command line bookmarking plugin, for oh-my-zsh.
  • zshrc - Load local .zshrc files from your project scopes.
  • zsnapac - Plugin for taking ZFS pre/post upgrade snapshots on Arch Linux.
  • zsnapshot - Adds command to dump the current ZSH state into a file, for later restoration by sourcing the snapshot file.
  • Ztrace - Catches output of commands, allows to reuse that output, glue it with history content.
  • ZUI - ZSH User Interface library – CGI+DHTML-like rapid TUI application development with ZSH.

Completions

These plugins add tab completions without adding extra functions or aliases.

Themes

If you’re using Antigen, you can test these themes in a running ZSH with antigen theme githubuser/repo. If you’re using zgen, add them to your init.zsh with zgen load githubuser/reponame.

  • 0i0 - Optimized for dark terminal windows, uses nerdfont git status decorations.
  • aaron - Based on the Sorin theme.
  • abbr - Displays an abbreviated version of the current directory path, shows the Python virtualenv, Rust version, git status, and the exit code of last command. Works well on dark backgrounds by default but colors can be easily customized.
  • absolute - Very clean looking theme with git status, node version and the exit code from the last command.
  • adamdodev - Includes git status decorations, name of your AWS profile, name of your Azure Service Principal, kubernetes context, terraform workspace, command status and current working directory.
  • adlee - macOS theme, requires a Powerline-compatible font.
  • af-magic-mod - af-magic-mod theme.
  • aflah-bhari - Modified version of the robbyrussell theme in oh-my-zsh.
  • aftermath - Get a nice summary line after each command you run in your shell.
  • agitnoster - Based on agnoster theme included in Oh My Zsh and bash-git-prompt. Shows detailed information about git status.
  • agkozak - Uses three asynchronous methods to keep the ZSH prompt responsive while displaying the git status and indicators of SSH connection, exit codes, and vi mode, along with an abbreviated, PROMPT_DIRTRIM-style path. Very customizable. Asynchronous even on Cygwin and MSYS2.
  • agnoster-fcamblor - Solarized Agnoster variant with git status information. Requires a unicode font and works best with a solarized terminal.
  • agnoster-fseguin - agnoster variant with a right prompt.
  • agnoster-mod - Agnoster variant with a right-prompt.
  • agnoster-plus - Agnoster variant optimized for use with Solarized Dark terminal color scheme. Includes git status.
  • agnoster-refresh - Agnoster variant, includes battery and online status.
  • agnoster-timestamp-newline - Agnoster variant with timestamp and newline added.
  • Agnoster - Optimized for solarized terminal color schemes, shows git decorations, user@host, working directory, the previous command’s exit status and whether you are running with root privileges. Requires a Powerline-compatible font.
  • agnosterAfro - Based on Powerline and Agnoster themes and inspired by the agnosterzak.
  • agnosterzak - Based on Agnoster, shows battery life, date & time, git status, current directory and user & host information.
  • akzsh - Works best with a dark terminal theme, includes git decorations.
  • alien-minimal - Minimalist ZSH theme with git status displayed.
  • alien - Powerline-esque ZSH theme that shows git decorations and the exit code of the last command. Faster than many other prompts because it determines the git decorations asynchronously in a background process.
  • alpharized - modified version of the avit theme optimized to work with solarized dark terminals.
  • amoyly - An elegant and comfortable-reading theme based on Agnoster.
  • angry fly - Shows git information in the right hand prompt.
  • aperiodic - Shows git decorations, user, host, whether root, active Python virtual environment, current Ruby interpreter, visual and numeric status of the last command, power management status and time and date.
  • aphrodite - Minimalistic theme without visual noise. Displays only the necessary information: current user, hostname, working directory, git branch if one exists. Looks great both with dark and white terminals.
  • aplos - Minimal ZSH prompt with working directory, git local info, git remote info, time and exit code.
  • archie - Arch Linux inspired ZSH theme. Based on the norm theme.
  • arity - Arity is a simple theme designed for readability and to give an overview at a glance. Includes path and git decorations.
  • aronhoyer - Minimalist theme with right-side git status decorations.
  • arrow-minimal - A minimal ZSH theme with git decorations.
  • asciigit - An ASCII-only theme for git users who don’t want to use fonts with extra glyphs.
  • asq - Based on theunraveler.
  • astral - Theme for dark backgrounds with zen mode.
  • astro - Based on the ys and robbyrussell themes.
  • async - Shows current directory, git state, return value of last command if it had an error code, number of background jobs, execution time of long-running commands, current python virtualenv.
  • aterminal - Displays Nodejs, NPM, Docker, Go, Python, Elixir and Ruby information in the prompt.
  • avit-d2k - Based on the oh-my-zsh avit theme, with small changes.
  • avit-mod - Modified version of oh-my-zsh’s avit theme.
  • banana - Includes git status decorations and current directory.
  • bandit - Another Powerline variant.
  • bar (anki-code) - Colorful theme, includes git decorations and active conda version.
  • bar (xp-bar) - Includes username, host, pwd, git status decorations and 3x hour reminders to drink water.
  • bashi - Optimized for Ahmet Sülek’s Flat UI Terminal theme and Pasquale D’Silva’s Saturn Terminal theme.
  • bastard - Modified version of gitster theme for ZIM.
  • bearable - Works well with dark terminal backgrounds.
  • beer - Inspired by cloud, but with beer icons.
  • bender - Fancy two-line prompt with git integration.
  • bgnoster - Agnoster variant with unicode symbols baked in.
  • birame - Based on bira.
  • bklyn - Variant of Powerlevel9k with customizations applied.
  • blackrain - Another git-aware theme.
  • blazux - Includes git status decoration and a smiley/sad face indicator of the last command’s exit status.
  • blinks-xfan - Based on the existing theme blinks.
  • bliss - A delicate theme that injects color without overwhelming your workspace. Designed to be used with the bliss iTerm color scheme and bliss dircolors. Includes git status decorations.
  • blokkzh - Theme based on oh-my-zsh’s built in gnzh theme. Requires a font with unicode support.
  • blox - A minimal and fast ZSH theme that shows you what you need. It consists of blocks: each block is shown inside a pair of [square brackets], and you can add blocks by simply creating a function.
  • bluehigh - Minimal theme, displays git information.
  • bluelines - Clear and blue theme.
  • boom - Multiline theme, best on dark backgrounds.
  • bougenville - Variant of dallas.
  • bronze - A cross-shell customizable powerline-like prompt with icons written in go. Requires nerd-fonts.
  • brs - Displays the current song in the prompt with audtool.
  • brunty - Brunty theme.
  • bryce-robbyrussell - Inspired by the powerline and robbyrussell themes.
  • bttf-color - BTTF color theme.
  • bullet-train - Inspired by the Powerline Vim plugin. It aims for simplicity, showing information only when it’s relevant.
  • bunnyruni.min - @jopcode’s bunnyruni ZSH theme, modified to just display time and directory.
  • bunnyruni - Simple, clean, and beautiful theme.
  • bureau - A clear and informative two-lined prompt. Includes git status optimized for large repositories.
  • cactus - Minimalist theme with git status decorations.
  • candy-light - Light version of the candy theme.
  • cayun - Shows active Python version and git decorations in the prompt.
  • celestialorb - Powerline-inspired theme by @celestialorb. Includes git status decorations, Kubernetes cluster information (if any), current AWS profile and region, and active virtualenv.
  • chaffee - Based on sorin. Shows the current active versions of Java, Scala, Go, Node, Python and Ruby.
  • chaotic-beef - A tiny and beautiful theme for Oh-My-Zsh without anything superfluous. Includes git status decorations.
  • charged - A ZSH prompt optimized for the solarized dark terminal theme.
  • cherry - Cool theme with git status decorations in the right prompt.
  • chi - A ZSH theme optimized for iTerm 2 users on macOS.
  • ciacho - Based on Agnoster.
  • cinnabar - Shows timestamp, large line breaks, git branch and status.
  • clarity - Designed for for simpleness and extensibility.
  • classyTouch - Minimal, clean theme with git support.
  • clean (akz92) - Minimalist ZSH theme.
  • clean (BrandonRoehl) - A minimalist variant of pure. Pure is not clean, clean is not pure.
  • cloudy - Minimal cloudy ZSH theme.
  • clover - Inspired by zeta and pure.
  • cmder-wsl - Configuration file for cmder configured to work in quake mode with ZSH and a modified Agnoster theme.
  • cmder - A ZSH theme that matches the theme of Cmder, a popular terminal emulator for windows.
  • cobalt2 - Wes Bos’ Cobalt 2 theme for ZSH and iTerm 2.
  • cobalt2git - Cobalt 2 theme with git extensions.
  • codemachine - Codemachine theme.
  • codemonkey-on-fire - Inspired by bashi, includes a monkey and git information in your prompt.
  • coffeenostor - Based on agnoster, but has a right-prompt for vi-mode that displays --INSERT-- and --NORMAL--, in a powerline look.
  • colorbira - Allows per-host prompt coloring, displays rvm, virtualenv and git information.
  • common - A simple, clean and minimal prompt, displays current working directory, hostname, AWS vault role, background jobs, current SHA, exit code of last command, and git branch and status.
  • comxtohr - Brightly colored theme optimized for dark backgrounds.
  • cordial - Clean and effective ZSH theme with git and npm support.
  • cramin - Minimal interface with support for github plugins, based on hyperzsh.
  • cute - A macOS oh-my-zsh shell theme with Cute emoji based on the Powerline Vim plugin.
  • cxzh - Works well on dark background, has git status decorations.
  • czsh - ZSH with oh-my-zsh and the agnoster theme in a container.
  • daily - Includes git and ssh status decorations.
  • damino - Minimal powerline-esque theme with git decorations.
  • dangerroom - Informative, minimal, and, above all, X-Men themed.
  • darkblood-modular - This version of the popular darkblood theme has been enhanced with a near complete rewrite enabling modularity and a few new features.
  • darksoku - Darksoku theme is based on the ys and astro themes.
  • delta-prompt - A minimal ZSH prompt.
  • delta - Another minimal theme with embedded git status.
  • dexter - A theme with an emphasis on the right side (hence the name) of the terminal.
  • dissonance - Comes with custom LSCOLORS and LS_COLORS settings files, works with both dark and light terminal themes.
  • diy-ys - Variant of ys without hostname or time.
  • dkniffin - Includes ruby version and git status.
  • dmx - Optimized for dark terminal windows.
  • dp - Low contrast theme that shows current git branch, if the repository is dirty and the value of $PYENV_VERSION.
  • dracula - A dark theme for Atom, Alfred, Chrome DevTools, iTerm 2, Sublime Text, Textmate, Terminal.app, Vim, Xcode, and ZSH.
  • dragon - Minimalistic, includes git status information.
  • droolscar - Powerline variant.
  • dtheme - Optimized for people using a solarized terminal color scheme and git. Works best with a unicode font.
  • duckster - A fork of Gitster ZSH theme that’s more ducky fresh.
  • dustmod - Derived from the dst theme in oh-my-zsh.
  • eggshausted - A git-aware theme for people who are tired of getting errors.
  • elessar - A git-aware theme based on gitster. Requires a Powerline-compatible font.
  • emojeer - Emoji flavored oh-my-zsh theme.
  • endless-dog - OMZ theme that mimics grml-zsh-config.
  • enormous - Takes up an enormous amount of space in the terminal.
  • eriner - A Zim fork of the Powerline-inspired agnoster prompt theme. Includes git status decorations.
  • eubw - A simple theme with git information.
  • eucalyptus - Simple one-line theme for minimalist vi-mode users inspired by agnoster and powerlevel9k. Includes git status indicator, vi-mode indicator, current directory and current path.
  • excess - Simple ZSH color theme.
  • fall - Minimalist theme with fall icons. Includes git status decorations.
  • fattyarrow - Minimal ZSH prompt that works better on dark backgrounds.
  • FDT2K- Based on agnoster, preset to include virtualenv, last command status, nvm, docker machine and git, hg and bzr status decorations.
  • feder - Clean, simple, compatible and meaningful. Tested on Linux, Unix and Windows under ANSI colors.
  • filthy - A disgustingly clean ZSH prompt.
  • fishy-lite - Fork of the original fishy theme in oh-my-zsh with much of the extraneous stuff cut out to improve load speeds. Includes a battery gauge and git status display that can be enabled on the right-hand side of the prompt.
  • fishy - ZSH theme inspired by original fishy.
  • fluent-git - Displays time of last command execution, error code, hostname, username, git status, kubernetes cluster and namespace, path and ssh connection status.
  • forerunner - Custom setup for powerlevel9k. Includes git status decorations.
  • fortuity - Includes status of last command, git information and current directory.
  • friendly-fiesta - Fork of terminal-party theme.
  • frisk-arrow - A theme based on the frisk oh-my-zsh-theme.
  • frisk-red - Red version of the frisk theme from oh-my-zsh.
  • fritz - Works well on dark backgrounds. Includes git status decorations.
  • frlo - Uses your computer’s hostname to come up with a (hopefully) unique three-color theme to display in your prompt, so you know at a glance which machine you’re logged into.
  • funkyberlin - A colorful two-line theme with support for git and svn.
  • furio - Fork of the Cloud oh-my-zsh theme. with different colors and emojis.
  • furry-umbrella - Colorful theme, works better on a dark background.
  • garrett - Prezto prompt with the information you need the moment you need it.
  • gawaine - Nicola Racco’s theme. Requires rvm & git plugins.
  • gentoo - Breaks out oh-my-zsh gentoo theme to a separate repo for non-omz users.
  • geometry - A minimal ZSH theme based on Avit and Pure that displays a lot of git information and is composable and customizable.
  • geometryHostInfo Adds host info to the geometry theme.
  • gideon - Inspired by avit, includes git decorations, IP address, host and path.
  • gimbo - A variant of purepower with more features, a little eye candy and context-sensitive extra lines. Includes git status decorations, history number, username/hostname context, directory status, status of last command if it failed, and the Python virtualenv name if present.
  • gimme - A simplistic theme for ZSH with git integration. Inspired by the gitsome theme.
  • girazz - A modification to the gnzh theme which adds vi mode to the right prompt.
  • git-prompt - Displays information about the current git repository. In particular the branch name, difference with remote branch, number of files staged or changed, etc.
  • gitsome - Super simple prompt with git info, optimized for the Flat Terminal color scheme.
  • gitster - When in a git repo, it shows the location from the git repository root folder. When not in a git repo, it shows the path relative to home, ~.
  • glimmer - Includes git branch, time and user@host.
  • gnrnzh - Customization of gnzh.zsh-theme from oh-my-zsh.
  • gocilla - Theme for iTerm 2 and ZSH, includes git decorations, user@host, path and date.
  • grayt - Simple yet informative theme that includes git decorations and the return status of the last command.
  • grs - Includes git status decorations, user id and working directory.
  • gruvbox - Based on agnoster, uses the same colors from the gruvbox vim plugin.
  • guri - A Simple and fast Oh-My-Zsh theme, based on Pure’s design.
  • hackersaurus - A theme with git status and exit code of last command run embedded in the prompt. Related to powerlevel9k.
  • hana-matcha - A simple theme with the first character being 花(hana), the kanji for flower. This theme was inspired by a keycap set called DSA Hana. This pairs well with the hana atom theme. Includes git status decorations.
  • hanpen - Shows git branch and status, last command exit code, last command execution time if more than ZSH_THEME_HANPEN_CMD_MAX_EXEC_TIME.
  • haribo - Simple git status + timestamp in prompt.
  • hcompact - Displays time, OS (including distro if on Linux), directory and whether running as root.
  • heart - Heart themed prompt for light backgrounds.
  • hedgehog - Simple, no-nonsense and clean, with support for git and return codes.
  • helb - Loosely based on Gentoo’s old bash theme. Includes git information, return value of last command, and uses different username color and prompt char for users ($) and root (#).
  • hexagon - Minimalist zsh theme based on geometry.
  • hfulldate - Displays time, date, OS (including distro if on Linux), directory and whether running as root.
  • hhktony - Inspired by robbyrussell theme + ssh connection status prompt.
  • hina - Written in golang, includes git status decoration and kubernetes context.
  • hipstersmoothie-p9x - A variant of powerlevel9k.
  • honukai-iterm - Honukai theme and colors for oh-my-zsh and iTerm 2.
  • horizontal - Two line prompt with a horizontal separator.
  • hornix - Displays time & date, OS (including distro if on Linux), directory and whether running as root.
  • horse-sh - A very minimal brown/red ZSH theme.
  • hub - Simple and clean, includes the return code of the last command executed.
  • hug - When you’re working and need a hug. Includes git status.
  • hyper - Designed to work with the hyper terminal theme, includes git status decorations.
  • hyperzsh - Gives you a comprehensive overview of the branch you’re working on and the status of your repository without cluttering your terminal.
  • iamskok - Works well on a dark background.
  • ice - Very lightly modified bureau theme combined with bira.
  • iGeek - Modified iGeek theme. Works with macOS out-of the box, includes git status decorations.
  • iggy - A super happy awesome Powerline-style, git-aware prezto only theme.
  • igorsilva - Shows current directory, customizable delimiter, current branch, git status.
  • iguanidae - Includes git, nvm and venv decorations.
  • illuvia-gitster - Fork of ergenekonyigit/lambda-gitster with spacing improvements and an updated icon. Includes git status information.
  • imp - Based on zork and optimized for dark backgrounds.
  • infernus - Minimalist theme, better on dark backgrounds.
  • infoline - Clean theme that shows git status, background jobs, remote host, and other information.
  • intheloop-powerline - An extension of the intheloop theme to use powerline fonts.
  • itg - itsthatguy’s theme.
  • jake - Shows the time, the current directory, and git branch information including the branch name and a red + if the branch has un-pushed changes.
  • jam - Optimized for dark backgrounds, includes git status and rvm status.
  • jc - For dark terminal backgrounds, includes git status information.
  • jcl - Loosely based on the ys theme.
  • jerome - Colorful theme based on the dieter theme, but with a yellow hostname. Includes git decorations.
  • jose - Inspired by beer-theme, includes git status.
  • jovial - Shows host, user, path, development environment, git branch, which python venv is active.
  • judgedim - Minimalist prompt.
  • just-another - Just another theme, with hostname when you’re sshed to another machine.
  • jwalter - Powerline-style theme with git, svn, npm, rvm and network awareness. Requires Powerline-compatible terminal font.
  • karu - Minimalist single line ZSH prompt.
  • keloran - Theme that includes a few features from other themes.
  • kenton - Optimized for dark backgrounds, includes git status information.
  • kevin - Colorful theme, includes iTerm 2 color schemes.
  • kimwz - Minimal theme.
  • kinda-fishy - Based on Fishy theme, but shows full paths instead of abbreviated directories and only shows user@machine in ssh sessions and docker containers.
  • kketcham - Theme with nifty colors on the git info.
  • klendathu - Uses Powerline iconsolas.
  • kote - Best for dark backgrounds. Includes git status decorations.
  • kotterstep - Two line theme designed for dark terminals, has git decorations.
  • krak3n - Shows golang version and the current git branch.
  • kraken - A dark theme for ZSH.
  • kumavis - Agnoster fork optimized for solarized terminals. Requires powerline-compatible font.
  • kw - Colorful theme with git and hg status information, ability to add host-specific colors to hostname.
  • kyuu - A simple theme with the first character being 九(kyuu), the number 9. The primary color is blue with a magenta accent. Includes git status decorations.
  • lagune - a minimal ZSH theme.
  • lambda (cdimascio) - Inspired by the robbyrussell lambda theme. Includes git status decorations.
  • lambda (halfo) - A ZSH theme optimized for git users who use unicode-compatible fonts and terminal applications.
  • lambda-gitster - Minimalist prompt that includes git information.
  • lambda-minimal - Simple theme based on lambda with git status and virtualenv information.
  • lambda-mod - A simple ZSH theme, optimized for git usage.
  • lambda-pure - A minimal ZSH theme, based on Pure, with added NodeJS version.
  • lambda-v - A combination of the Lambda and Fishy themes, includes git status decorations.
  • lazyprodigy - Optimized for dark terminals, has variants for local and remote systems.
  • leafia - Leafy prezto theme that shows git status information.
  • leverage - Based on minimal, uses colors, and an extra ¬ character, to better distinguish the command line prompt from your output.
  • lewis - Black, white and red theme. Shows git status information.
  • lila - Minimalist theme, best on a dark terminal background.
  • lime - Simple and easily customizable ZSH theme.
  • limpide - Modified version of miloshadzic theme which displays parent and current directory.
  • linuxer - Inspired by Yaris Alex Gutierrez’s classyTouch, Yad Smood’s ys, and Bureau theme.
  • liquidprompt - A full-featured & carefully designed adaptive 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.
  • llama - Minimalist theme used by discerning llamas.
  • logico - Has git decorations. Shows remote status and indicator for vi-mode.
  • lone-star - Texas-themed theme based on Sindre Sorhus’ pure theme.
  • ludwigws - Variant of lambda-mod theme. Has git decorations, requires a powerline-compatible terminal font.
  • luke - Includes git decorations. Based on the frisk oh-my-zsh theme.
  • magico - IOsonoTAN’s magico theme.
  • maivana - Includes kubectl context, git status decorations.
  • materialshell - A material design theme for your shell with a good contrast and color pops at the important parts. Designed to be easy on the eyes.
  • matrix - Variant of powerlevel9k styled to look like something in the Matrix movie trilogy. Includes git status decorations.
  • matter - Shows git status, AWS vault role, background jobs, exit code of last command & hostname.
  • mattizer - Includes working directory and git status decorations.
  • mau - A ZSH theme with a cat twist.
  • maxulysse/myzsh - Maxime Garcia’s myzsh theme.
  • mdmini - Includes git and ssh status decorations.
  • megaprompt - A maximalist prompt including keyboard mode, ownership info, and other contextual info, with λ as the prompt character. Requires the hooks plugin.
  • mexassi - Checks the /sys/class/power_supply folders to determine if the system is installed on a laptop or desktop machine. Reads the battery percentage grepping acpi command and displays it in the prompt. Includes git decorations.
  • midin - Works well on dark terminal background, includes git status decorations.
  • milight - Minimal ZSH prompt with git status display, works best with dark terminal backgrounds.
  • min - A minimalistic ZSH prompt.
  • mindful-space - ZSH theme with space in mind.
  • minima - A minimal ZSH theme with git, docker, go, node, npm, python and other indicators. Uses unicode characters for some markers.
  • minimal-improved - Theme for dark terminals, includes git decorations in the right-side prompt.
  • minimal2 - A minimal and extensible ZSH theme. Forked from subnixr’s original and adapted for Zimfw.
  • minimal - Minimal yet feature-rich theme.
  • minimalx - Inspired by kolo theme from oh-my-zsh.
  • misa - Misalabs’ ZSH theme.
  • mixed - Optimized for dark backgrounds.
  • moderno - A simple and modern ZSH theme inspired by the robbyrussell theme from Oh-My-ZSH. Includes git status decorations.
  • molokai-powerline - Based on agnoster.
  • moonline - Minimal but easily extensible prompt.
  • moux - Works well with a dark background, includes git decorations in RPROMPT.
  • multi-shell-repo-prompt - Provides useful information (in your prompt) about the repository that you are in. It currently works for Git and Mercurial, under ZSH as well as bash.
  • multiline - Powerline-esque theme based on agnoster.
  • muslim - A simple minimal ZSH prompt theme.
  • musy - Inspured by muse theme. Includes git status decorations.
  • nanofish - Adds fish-style directory prompt to nanotech theme.
  • neon - A pretty and minimal ZSH theme with git decorations.
  • nerdish - A prompt theme for ZSH with Nerd Fonts.
  • nescalante - Optimized for dark terminal backgrounds, includes git decorations.
  • neurosimple - Includes git decorations and vi-mode indicator.
  • newt - Fat & fast theme – beautiful inside and out, styled segments done right.
  • nextbike - A very basic theme which just features an macOS bike icon.
  • nidoranarion - Colorful, shows git status decorations.
  • ningxia - Based on af-magic.
  • nknu - A simple oh-my-zsh theme.
  • nmaxcom - Minimalist ZSH theme with git status decorations.
  • node - OMZ’s node theme, broken out to make it easier to use with other plugin managers.
  • nodeys - Based on ys theme, with added NodeJS version (from NVM plugin).
  • noon - Has light and dark variants, shows git information.
  • nord - Includes git status decorations and displays the active conda environment.
  • nothing - Lightning fast and really simple because it has almost nothing in it.
  • nox - Dark theme, displays the current working directory and git status.
  • nt9 - Clean, distraction free and git focused development theme. Shows path relative to git root (or ~ when outside git repo), time since last commit, current SHA, branch and branch state.
  • nuqlezsh - Simple theme for prezto and oh-my-zsh.
  • odin - Odin is a git-flavored ZSH theme.
  • oh-flowers - Multiline theme with git decorations.
  • oh-my-git - An opinionated prompt for bash and ZSH.
  • oh-my-via - Theme for ZSH which mainly forks the historical theme used on VIA servers.
  • ohmypc - Works well with dark terminal windows. Includes git decorations.
  • owiewestside - Includes git status and virtualenv information.
  • oxide - A Minimalistic and Dark ZSH theme.
  • ozono 🌏 OZ0NO - Let’s Breathe a clean ZSH.
  • pad - A concise and colorful oh-my-zsh theme.
  • page - A simple theme with VCS support. The prompt shows 1 level of the current working directory, branch, and a color coded curved fat arrow.
  • palenight (jenssegers) - Allows display of host information, includes git branch decoration.
  • palenight (rhklite) - Shows detailed git status information with icons in the prompt.
  • papercolor - Color scheme for ZSH, vim and tmux. Includes git status decorations.
  • parrot - Imitates Parrot Security prompt, includes tmux configuration file.
  • pastel - A ZSH theme inspired by sugar-free. Includes git decorations.
  • phalanx - Minimal theme in the spirit of the robbyrussell and Pure Shell themes.
  • phantomk - Colorful theme, includes go version, node version and git status.
  • phi φ - A clean and simple theme for ZSH inspired and forked from the Lambda (Mod) ZSH theme.
  • pi - A minimalist theme with git status decorations.
  • plain - A plain and simple theme for ZSH which shows basic git information.
  • planet - A slimmed down version of steef from oh-my-zsh.
  • platypus - Platypus is a simple and convenient theme for oh-my-zsh used by Frédéric de Villamil.
  • pointer - Shows working directory, the return status of the last command, and git current branch.
  • poncho - RDM’s basic oh-my-zsh custom theme.
  • poor-programmer - Programmer’s theme with git status, ruby version and project path.
  • powerbash - Works well with dark terminal backgrounds, includes git status decorations.
  • powerless - Tiny & simple pure ZSH prompt inspired by powerline.
  • powerlevel10k - A fast reimplementation of powerlevel9k ZSH theme. Can be used as a drop-in replacement for powerlevel9k, when given the same configuration options it will generate the same prompt, only faster.
  • powerlevel9k - Powerlevel9k is a theme for ZSH which uses Powerline Fonts. It can be used with vanilla ZSH or ZSH frameworks such as Oh-My-Zsh, Prezto, Antigen, and many others.
  • powerlevelHipstersmoothie - Add-on for powerlevel9k.
  • powerline (brucehsu) - A two-line version of powerline: one for information, one for input.
  • powerline (jeremy) - Another take on a powerline theme. Nicely configurable, but requires at least a 256 color-capable terminal with a powerline-compatible terminal font.
  • powerline (syui) - A git aware powerline theme.
  • powerline-cute - Based on bullet-train.
  • powerline-go - A beautiful and useful low-latency prompt, written in golang. Includes git and hg status decorations, exit status of the last command run, current Python virtualenv, whether you’re in a nix shell, and is easy to extend.
  • powerline-hs - A Powerline clone written in Haskell. It is significantly faster than the original implementation, and makes the shell noticeably more responsive.
  • powerline-pills - Created in Ruby, uses powerline characters to simulate pills with useful information.
  • powerline-shell (b-ryan) - Beautiful and useful prompt generator for Bash, ZSH, Fish, and tcsh.
  • powerline-shell (banga) - A powerline-like prompt for Bash, ZSH and Fish. Shows important details about git/svn/hg/fossil branch and is easy to customize/extend.
  • powerline-train - A powerline variant.
  • powerline - A Powerline-like prompt, based on powerline-bash. Displays virtualenv, git status information and the exit code of the last command run.
  • powerzeesh - A Powerline based ZSH theme. It aims for simplicity, showing information only when it’s relevant, optimized for speed and look. Inspired by Agnoster and Powerline.
  • pre - A collection of themes for Sublime Text, Terminal, iTerm 2 and ZSH.
  • predawn-shell - Theme optimized for dark terminal themes.
  • prezto-cloud-prompt - Prezto port of oh-my-zsh’s cloud prompt.
  • prezto-lambda - Lambda theme (for prezto).
  • prezto_powerline - Powerline for prezto. Shows git information, RVM version.
  • prompt-powerline - A fairly heavyweight ZSH prompt, based on the powerline font from the popular eponymous vim plugin, which works well for a dark background.
  • prompt_j2 - Has a dynamic exit status indicator, can change to two lines dynamically to display context.
  • punctual - Easily customizable, influenced by spaceship.
  • pure-agnoster - Mashup of pure and agnoster. Has git decorations and works well with both dark and light terminal backgrounds.
  • pure - Pretty, minimal and fast ZSH prompt.
  • purify - Simple, fast & cool prompt.
  • purity - Inspired by robbyrussell theme + pure prompt.
  • purs - A Pure-inspired prompt written in Rust.
  • pustelto - Colorful theme inspired by the Spaceship theme, includes git decorations.
  • qoomon - Optimized for dark backgrounds, includes git information. Theme repo includes iTerm 2 and Terminal color settings.
  • racotecnic - Based on af-magic and posh-git.
  • radium - Designed for dark terminals, (works best with Solarized iTerm 2 theme) (prezto).
  • rafiki - Adds emojis to your ZSH terminal.
  • rainbowie - Colorful theme with git information.
  • random-emoji-robbyrussell - Based on random-emoji and robbyrussell themes.
  • random-emoji - Random emoji.
  • raytek - Simple and colorful theme with git status decorations.
  • rb - Powerline-styled ZSH theme based on Agnoster, optimized for git and solarized terminals. Requires a Powerline-compatible font.
  • rbjorklin - Optimized for solarized terminal color schemes, includes git status decorations.
  • rei - A simple theme with the first character being 零(rei), the number 0. Includes git status decorations.
  • remiii - Based on agnoster, optimized for solarized terminal themes.
  • remolueoend - Prezto ZSH theme based on Sorin, using emojis for tracking GIT context.
  • river - Dark theme with git information.
  • robbyolivier - Based on ideas from the the robbyrussell theme and the project zsh-git-prompt.
  • robbyrussell-WIP - Decorates the robbyrussell theme with output to indicate a WIP commit.
  • rougarou - A dark theme.
  • rufus - Optimized for dark backgrounds.
  • rummik - @rummik’s theme. Supports psmin, and git status information in the prompt.
  • russtone - Inspired by pure and sorin. Includes git status decorations.
  • ryner - Colorful theme, includes git decorations and the current directory.
  • rzh - Theme with git states indicated by emojis.
  • saltgen - Variant of the robbyrussell oh-my-zsh theme.
  • samshell - A minimalist zsh theme with git, kubernetes and python virtualenv decorations.
  • saraiva - Includes git status, works well on a dark terminal background.
  • schminitz-v2 - Shows git status, user@host information, exit status of last command, and whether running as root.
  • schminitz - Shows if Vim is running in the background when using :sh command.
  • sdkman - Add tab completions for sdkman.
  • seashell - Minimal theme with sea-inspired emoji decorations. Includes git status decorations.
  • seeker - This theme uses many special unicode characters to be fancy, but it may cause some problems without well supported fonts.
  • seltzer - Inspired by dieter theme, uses color-coding to provide information.
  • senpai - Clean prompt theme for Devops. Includes git information, kubernetes context, AWS profile, GCP project and Azure active cloud.
  • seppuku - Clean and minimal theme inspired by cloud.
  • sepshell - Clean and minimal ZSH theme based on the old lost taybalt theme, with git bisecting/merging/rebasing modes and configurable prompt symbols.
  • Seti_UX - A simple omz-compatible theme with a corresponding iTerm 2 color scheme.
  • sfz - An evolution of lean prompt which itself is a rewrite of pure.
  • shayan - Simple theme with git status decorations.
  • shellder - Minimal theme with git branch display. Requires a Powerline-compatible font.
  • shichi - A simple theme with the first character being 七(shichi/nana), the number 7. The primary color is red with a yellow accent. Includes git status decorations.
  • shocm - Forked from sixlive. Has git decorations.
  • shrikant - Includes git decorations.
  • shrug - Simple theme which displays current directory and git information.
  • siegerts - Includes git status decorations in right prompt.
  • silver - A cross-shell customizable powerline-like prompt heavily inspired by Agnoster. A faster rust port of bronze. Requires Nerd Fonts.
  • simpalt - An information-rich small-footprint theme for ZSH.
  • simple-agnoster - Powerline-inspired simple theme with git decorations.
  • simple - Minimalist theme based on robbyrussel that embeds git status information in iTerm’s window title bar instead of using space in the prompt.
  • simplex - A simple theme with right-side git decorations.
  • simplezsh - Minimal theme with git info display.
  • sinon - k-kinzal’s sinon theme. Includes git status decorations.
  • sixlive - This theme has a unique directory listing. When inside a git project, the directory display is scoped to the current repository root.
  • sk9 - Skeiter9’s ZSH theme.
  • skeletor-syntax - Theme collection for Atom, Prism and ZSH inspired by Skeletor from He-Man and the Masters of the Universe.
  • skill - Optimized for a dark terminal, displays git status decorations.
  • sleeplessmind - ZSH theme inspired by gitster and odin.
  • slimline - Minimal, fast and elegant ZSH prompt. Displays the right information at the right time.
  • sm A Simplist & Minimalist theme for your favorite terminal. Includes git status decorations.
  • small-terminal-diy - Variant of the ys theme in oh-my-zsh.
  • smiley - A prompt with happy and sad faces.
  • snakypy - Focused on the needs of Python developers. Displays git and venv status decorations. Includes an installer script.
  • sobole - A minimalistic ZSH theme inspired by the old-fashioned hobbies. No verbose gimmicks, no emoji, no fidget spinners, and no other visual noise. Has both light and dark modes.
  • solarized-powerline (houjunchen) - Solarized powerline-style theme for ZSH.
  • solarized-powerline (KuoE0) - Solarized powerline variant.
  • solarizsh - Color fix for robbyrussell’s oh-my-zsh theme to work with solarized terminals.
  • spaceship - Theme with git, nvm, rvm/rbenv/chruby, python, ssh and other useful status indicators.
  • spowerline - Written in scala, inspired by agnoster, tmux powerline, vim powerline and the vim status plugin.
  • staples - Based on bureau, displays user@host if connected through SSH.
  • starboy - A simple ZSH theme
  • statusline - A responsive ZSH theme that provides informational segments when you need them.
  • steef (danihodovic) - ZSH steeef theme as a standalone repository. The purpose behind this repo is avoid having a dependency on oh-my-zsh when using the steeef theme. ZSH plugin managers such as Antibody can use the theme without having to use oh-my-zsh.
  • steef (zimfw) - A customizable version of steeef’s theme.
  • sublime - A sublime, clean, minimalistic zsh theme with git status decorations.
  • sugar-free - Based on the Pure and Candy themes.
  • sukeesh - Includes git status decorations. Works better on dark terminal backgrounds.
  • superkolo - Add date and return status to the kolo theme.
  • susi - Includes git status decorations and an accompanying iTerm2 color scheme.
  • sy - Based on ys, includes git status decorations.
  • tabaf - Minimal ZSH theme optimized for dark backgrounds.
  • tepig-ys - Includes git status decorations and conda/virtualenv status.
  • termuxer - Theme inspired by agnoster and linuxer.
  • the-time-lord - A theme based on gallifrey.
  • theme-line - Colorful theme with git status.
  • thetraveler - Inspired by theunraveler, uses symbols to display git status.
  • thyme - Simple theme with git status decorations.
  • topan - Includes git information; best on dark backgrounds.
  • tq - Displays git status, time, requires a Powerline font.
  • traffic - A dark theme for ZSH.
  • trajan - A dark theme for ZSH.
  • trinity - A simple theme based on geometry. Includes git decorations.
  • tsotra - Minimalist theme, includes git status decorations, k8s context, and rvm status.
  • tvline - Derived from the agnoster theme, adds powerline font enhancements.
  • ultimate - Minimalist theme with git indicator, vim mode indicator and shortened path.
  • vanan - Minimalist theme with git information for dark terminals.
  • vinhnx - Modified from themes/mgutz.zsh-theme.Looks great when using with a Solarized color scheme.
  • wade - Mashup of the popular ZSH themes Agnoster and Fishy, with some visual tweaks.
  • wang-iterm - Based on the 0532 theme.
  • webicons - Includes git status, node and yarn versions in prompt.
  • whale - Fast reimplementation of the whale theme.
  • wild-cherry - A fairy-tale inspired theme for ZSH, iTerm 2, Sublime, Atom, & Mou.
  • work-line - Theme with nice emojis.
  • workbench - Includes git status decorations, working directory, exit status of last command and current virtualenv.
  • wynwyn - A theme that aims to show you the information you need when you need it. wynwyn takes inspiration from the default theme avit and the excellent Spaceship prompt.
  • xm - Theme for dark terminals. Has git decorations.
  • xremix - An oh-my-zsh shell theme based on the Jreese theme plugin.
  • xris47 - Fast, simple and streamlined theme. Works best with tmux and vim-airline.
  • xxf - Shows the current git commit’s shortened hash and message.
  • yairshefi - Minimal theme with line separated prompts. Based on the robbyrussell theme.
  • yechen - Minimalist theme with git status decorations.
  • ykmam - Modified from ys theme and optimized for a dark background.
  • ys-cluster - ys variant with support for working with batch submission systems for large clusters. Supports Slurm, LSF / IBM Spectrum LSF, and PBS.
  • ys - Clean, simple, compatible and meaningful theme meant for dark backgrounds.
  • ysm - Simple ZSH theme with git status information.
  • yuki - A dark optimized ZSH theme.
  • yyl-ys - Includes conda and venv status.
  • yz50 - Colorful, based off of robbyrussell and crunch themes. Includes git status decorations.
  • z4rr3t - Based on sindresorhus’ pure theme.
  • zemm-blinks - Customized version of oh-my-zsh blinks with mercurial support and other changes.
  • zero - Zero’s theme & plugin. Has variants for both light and dark terminal backgrounds.
  • zeroastro - Works best on dark backgrounds, includes git status decorations.
  • zeta - Shows username, git status information, machine name and the current working directory.
  • zinc - A blazing-fast, pure ZSH, mixed asynchronous powerline prompt that’s easily extensible and extremely configurable.
  • zqt - Modified version of oh-my-zsh’s maran theme.
  • zsh2000 - Powerline looking ZSH theme which includes the rvm prompt, git status and branch, current time, user, hostname, pwd, exit status, whether running as root and background job status.
  • zsh313 - Minimal theme with git status decorations.
  • zshcomrade - A ZSH theme, comrade!
  • zshred - Shows current directory, git decorations, exit status of last command and time.
  • zwsh - A Zpm3/Wordstar mode/theme for ZSH.
  • zys - Similar to agnoster-zsh-theme, designed to disclose information contextually, with a powerline aesthetic.

Fonts

Some of the themes listed here require Powerline-compatible fonts, here are a few:

  • Awesome Terminal Fonts - A family of fonts that includes some nice monospaced Icons.
  • Fantasque Awesome Font - A nice monospaced font, patched with Font-Awesome, Octoicons and Powerline-Glyphs.
  • Fantasque-sans - Another Powerline-compatible font.
  • Hack - Another Powerline-compatible font designed specifically for source code.
  • Input Mono - A family of fonts designed specifically for code. It offers both monospaced and proportional fonts and includes powerline glyphs.
  • Iosevka - Coders’ typeface, built from code. Highly customizable.
  • Monoid - Monoid is customizable and optimized for coding with bitmap-like sharpness at 15px line-height even on low res displays.
  • Nerd Fonts - Collection of over 20 patched fonts (over 2,000 variations) & FontForge font patcher python script for Powerline, Font Awesome, Octicons, Devicons, and Vim Devicons. Includes: Droid Sans, Meslo, Source Code, AnonymousPro, Hack, ProFont, Inconsolata, and many more.
  • Powerline patched font collection - A collection of a dozen or so fonts patched to include powerline gylphs.
  • Terminus - TTF version of Terminus that includes powerline glyphs.

Installation

Antibody

Most of these plugins can be installed by adding antibody bundle githubuser/reponame to your .zshrc file. Antibody will handle cloning the plugin for you automatically the next time you start zsh. You can also add the plugin to a running ZSH with antibody bundle githubuser/reponame for testing before adding it to your .zshrc.

Antigen

Most of these plugins can be installed by adding antigen bundle githubuser/reponame to your .zshrc file. Antigen will handle cloning the plugin for you automatically the next time you start zsh. You can also add the plugin to a running ZSH with antigen bundle githubuser/reponame for testing before adding it to your .zshrc.

dotzsh

  1. Clone new plugins into .zsh.local/modules
  2. Load the plugin module in .zshrc
  3. Open a new ZSH terminal window or tab

Oh-My-Zsh

  1. cd ~/.oh-my-zsh/custom/plugins
  2. git clone repo
  3. Add the repo to your plugin list

Prezto

  1. Clone the plugin into your prezto modules directory
  2. Add the plugin to your .zpreztorc file
  3. Open a new terminal window or tab

Zgen

Most of these plugins can be installed by adding zgen load githubuser/reponame to your .zshrc file in the same function you’re doing your other zgen load calls in. Zgen will automatically clone the repositories for you when you do a zgen save.

zplug

Most of these plugins can be installed by adding zplug "githubuser/reponame" to your .zshrc file.

Writing New Plugins

I’ve documented some recommendations for writing a new plugin here.

Other Resources

ZSH Tools

  • zshdb - A ZSH debugger
  • zunit - A powerful unit testing framework for ZSH

Other Useful Lists

  • awesome-devenv - A curated list of awesome tools, resources and workflow tips making an awesome development environment
  • awesome-sysadmin - A curated list of awesome open source sysadmin resources
  • Terminals Are Sexy - A curated list for CLI lovers.

Find other useful awesome-* lists at the awesome collection

Other References

The ZSH Reference Card and zsh-lovers site are indispensable.