Rafiki-zsh is a oh-my-zsh theme that adds emojis to your zsh terminal.
Rafiki will display a
good emoji such as 😄 on your prompt whenever commands run smoothly and
such as 😡 whenever things go wrong.
Rafiki generates random emojis every time you start up your terminal. It also tells you who your pals are for the session.
To generate a new set just run
You can also run
rafiki to remind yourself your emoji set.
Rafiki is pretty customizable.
If you prefer to have a constant set of emojis just set your
bad emoji in
.zshrc as follows.
For good emojis, set
$MY_GOOD_RAFIKI to one of the following:
fire muscle pointright facepunch smile sunglasses and
bad emoji to one of the following:
rollingeyes pouting confused flushed middlefinger worried
Then reload your zsh configuration.
$ source ~/.zshrc
You can also add your own emojis to the supported set. Just add the emoji to one of the arrays;
bad with the
emoji name as the key emoji as the value. For example:
good = 💯
If you've seen the American animated epic musical film: Lion King the name
Rafiki will resonate well with you.
Feel free to contribute, even if it's to add an emoji. 😉 Just fork it 🍴 and raise a pull request.
This projects borrows from Robby Russell's theme. Not forgetting oh-my-zsh itself. 😄