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default config

"Copy a default config" copy it from where exactly?

Powerline official docs refer to "powerline_root", but this page does not say where "powerline_root" actually is for Arch. That would be very helpful information to have on this wiki page.

Abdulhakeem (talk) 00:48, 15 November 2018 (UTC) // originally without a title or signature, added from history by jamespharvey20

I agree the Wiki could use some updating. Powerline#Customizing says for Arch Linux, "powerline_root" is /usr/lib/python3.7/site-packages/powerline. It then says that you can use a default config and edit it from there. The example file it gives in "powerline_root" is config_files/themes/tmux/default.json. That's in python-powerline. I don't see that package mentioned anywhere on the Wiki page, which is mainly why I'm saying it could use some updating. I see that package contains a ton of other .conf and .json files, and a bunch of those might be other default configs to use. I've always used bash-git-promptAUR and vim-airline instead of powerline, so I'll leave updating the Wiki to someone who actually uses it, if they agree it needs updating. (You can too, as you work through this.) BTW, remember to put 4 tildes at the end of your Wiki discussion page posts. That auto-signs it. I added your missing signature for you. Jamespharvey20 (talk) 01:30, 15 November 2018 (UTC)


There is a note saying this:

Note: Installing powerline-fonts does not provide any of the patched fonts from powerline-fonts-gitAUR

But both package are in conflicts:

pikaur -S powerline-fonts-git
Reading repository package databases...
Reading local package database...
Resolving AUR dependencies...

:: AUR package will be installed:
 powerline-fonts-git                                        -> r100.a44abd0-3

:: Proceed with installation? [Y/n] 
:: [v]iew package details   [m]anually select packages
>> y
looking for conflicting AUR packages...
:: powerline-fonts-git and powerline-fonts are in conflict. Remove powerline-fonts? [y/N] N

So is the not accurate? Noraj (talk) 20:12, 10 February 2019 (UTC)

Neovim support

It's not clear from the page that Neovim is currently not supported, as reported here:

Also the "vim plugin manager" installation says "or ~/.local/share/nvim/plugged for Neovim".

I think any current mention of Neovim should be removed and a note explicitly saying that Neovim is not supported added.

Zaphodias (talk) 10:50, 29 October 2019 (UTC)