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Plugin is currently in maintenance mode, no feature requests will be accepted. Vim-powerline will be deprecated in favour of Lokaltog/powerline once it is ready.
|Author:||Kim Silkebkken ([email protected])|
Powerline is a utility plugin which allows you to create better-looking, more functional vim statuslines. See the screenshots below for a demonstration of the plugin's capabilities.
It's recommended that you install the plugin using Pathogen or Vundle.
After the plugin is installed update your help tags and see
Powerline for instructions on how to enable and configure the plugin.
See the Troubleshooting section below if you're having any issues with the plugin or the font patcher.
Note: You need a patched font to be able to use the symbols in the
statusline. An experimental Python/fontforge-based font patcher is included
fontpatcher directory. See
fontpatcher/README.rst for usage
Make sure that you have
let g:Powerline_symbols = 'fancy' in your
vimrc file. The settings may be loaded too late if you have this in
gvimrc, so always put this in your
Clear the cache using
:PowerlineClearCache and restart vim.
Make sure that you've configured gvim or your terminal emulator to use a patched font.
Make sure that vim is compiled with the
Font patching is only known to work on most Linux and OS X machines. If you have followed the instructions in the fontpatcher README and still have problems, please submit an issue on GitHub.
You can download some community-contributed patched fonts from the Powerline wiki if you don't want to mess around with the font patcher.
:PowerlineClearCacheand restart vim.
The default OS X Terminal app is known to have some issues with the Powerline colors. Please use another terminal emulator. iTerm2 should work fine.
The arrows may have the wrong colors if you have changed the "minimum contrast" slider in the color tab of your OS X settings.
set encoding=utf-8 to your
You may also need to set your
variables to a UTF-8 locale (e.g.
LANG=en_US.utf8). Consult your
Linux distro's documentation for information about setting these
^or underline characters in it!
You need to configure the
fillchars setting to disable statusline
:h fillchars for details). Add this to your
vimrc to solve this issue:
set fillchars+=stl:\ ,stlnc:\
set laststatus=2in your
You need to tell tmux that it has 256-color capabilities. Add this to
.tmux.conf to solve this issue:
set -g default-terminal "screen-256color"
If you use iTerm2, make sure that you have enabled the setting 'Set locale variables automatically' in Profiles > Terminal > Environment.
If you have any other issues and you can't find the answer in the docs, please submit an issue on GitHub.