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- Aug 2 2016, 10:57 PM (239 w, 3 d)
Yes, that'd be appreciated.
What is the current alternative to it aside from oh-my-zsh?
By any chance are you modifying the spacing by hand or have an outdated common?
Wed, Mar 3
I forgot to land this because I am not a smart man.
Tue, Mar 2
Rejected for inclusion. Per our Package Inclusion Policy, it must have a stable release unless the " software has significant traction (i.e. prerelease)". This has no releases at all, they aren't accepting any pull requests (so if anyone has any issues, wants to submit fixes, etc. then it can be assumed they would be rejected), installation and other support seems to basically solely on their forums, and their clause "Do not use the name "Vital", "Vital Audio", "Tytel" or "Matt Tytel" for marketing or to name any distribution of binaries built with this source. This source code does not give you rights to infringe on trademarks." is absolutely a no-go. Packaging it by its very nature will produce a binary package, with binaries, that are named that.
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