Bashish is a theme enviroment for text terminals. It can change colors, font, transparency, and background image on a per-application basis. Additionally Bashish supports prompt changing on common shells such as bash, zsh, and tcsh.
|Tags||Desktop Environment Application Themes Shells|
|Implementation||Unix Shell bash|
Release Notes: Improved startup performance. Working rpm,deb, and slackware packages. Support for parsing monotone and darcs repositories, and a few retro themes additions.
Release Notes: Gnome-terminal doesn't ask for the profile every time bashish starts. Revision and branch indicators were added for git, mercurial, bazaar, svn, and cvs. The user can configure colors, title, and string in the prompt. Lots of cleanups and bugfixes were done.
Release Notes: This release comes with updates for zsh, fixes for application theming from the commandline, and changes to work properly with old Bashish 1.x configuration files.
Release Notes: ASCII-art prompts can now be displayed in 8-bit locales, such as ISO8859-1. It no longer requires the curses "dialog" utility. The Tango! color palette is used by default. Bashish now supports KDE Konsole, Cygwin, Eterm, and font changing in the Linux console. There have also been improvements in performance and usability.
Release Notes: This release includes fixes for the uninstaller and the Linux console.