I'd like to put something into my bash prompt, but I'm not quite sure how to do it.
I use the Cloud Foundry Command Line Tool to push code up to my servers. The
cf tool can be set to a specific ORG or another, and within each set to a specific SPACE ('development' or 'production' for example).
Currently my bash prompt looks like this:
~/projects/timer/website (bug3) $
It's actually colored quite a bit more nicely than than : ) 'bug3' is a git branch, and if I had done any work, there'd even be an asterisks 'bug3*' to denote my git status.
If I run
cf target -s production I get some output:
API endpoint: https://api[dot]domain[dot]com (API version: 4.10.1) User: costa[at]domain[dot]com Org: IB Space: Production
I want to get the bash prompt looking like this:
~/projects/timer/website (bug3) IB-Production $
How might I do that?