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Reveals whomst thou art with a single character.
Available via the Anti-Capitalist Software License for individuals, non-profit organisations, and worker-owned businesses.
omst for your system and install it in
omst prints one of five characters based upon your effective user permissions:
#for absolute permissions (i.e.
@for system users
$for ordinary users
%for restricted users (e.g.
?if any error occurs
In all cases, the character is followed by a newline. If an error occurs, it may be printed to
stderr; be sure to suppress this error if you plan to use the character in a prompt.
Currently, unix-family systems (including Linux, Mac OS, and most BSDs) and Windows are supported. Android and iOS support is currently not available.