I am using ZSH, probably for the last 15 years, all the time heavily customized Phil!’s ZSH prompt.
After so many years of hand tuning the
.zshrc I jumped the oh-my-zsh bandwagon. I set it up on Debian server briefly with modified
so it looks like my original prompt.
My desires to extend oh-my-zsh to macOS on laptop failed miserably again. Any theme I use, it lags. Prompt drawing is slow, tried iTerm2 and Terminal, all the tricks from the internet,
allways the same. So I reverted back to custom
.zshrc again, the speed difference is astonishing.
I have added simple check to see if we are in a git repository folder, mind the star at the right.
I also cleaned up the config file, seperated Darwin and Linux stuff, so I can use the same on both macOS and Linux,
debugged a few things and it flies :D