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remove the home made growl scripts, use growlNotify instead

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commit 07c2c577d278cb656aedddd20534ff6675a49660 1 parent a9ab40c
@atoulme authored
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  1. +2 −4 .bash_profile
  2. +0 −242 bin/growl
  3. +0 −2  bin/growlIt
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6 .bash_profile
@@ -2,15 +2,13 @@ alias vim=/Applications/vim/mvim
function st {
svn st $@
- growl "`pwd` status done"
+ growlNotify -n "SVN" -m "`pwd` status done"
}
function up {
svn up $@
- growl "`pwd` updated"
+ growlNotify -n "SVN" -m "`pwd` updated"
}
-#alias up='svn up "$@"; growl `pwd` updated'
-#alias st='svn st "$@"; growl `pwd` status done'
alias di="svn diff"
alias cfct="st |grep ^C"
alias modif="st | grep ^M"
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242 bin/growl
@@ -1,242 +0,0 @@
-#!/bin/sh
-#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-# growl - Send the a message to Mac OS X Growl <http://growl.info> via a
-# Unix shell script.
-#
-# And if this is a Linux or Windows_NT box, use ssh to forward the
-# growl notice to my Mac OS X workstation (taking advantage of
-# previously exchanged ssh so no additional authentication is
-# needed).
-#
-# This script should be somewhere in your PATH. I like to use
-# $HOME/bin for personal scripts, and /usr/local/bin for system
-# wide scripts, with appropriate entries added to PATH. The script
-# needs to be executable:
-#
-# chmod +x $HOME/bin/growl
-#
-# The basics for the Growl Applescript came from the Growl
-# documentation at:
-# <http://growl.info/documentation/applescript-support.php>
-#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-# Bob Harris - 2-Jun-2007
-#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-
-#--- usage -------------------------------------------------------------------
-usage()
-{
- echo 1>&2 ""
- echo 1>&2 "Usage: growl [options] \"message to display\""
- echo 1>&2 ""
- echo 1>&2 " -sticky - Stays on screen until dismissed [Default]."
- echo 1>&2 " -nosticky - Goes away after several seconds."
- echo 1>&2 " -priority n - Priority -2,-1,0,1,2 [Default: 0]"
- echo 1>&2 " -verylow - priority [-2]"
- echo 1>&2 " -moderate - priority [-1]"
- echo 1>&2 " -normal - priority [0] [Default]"
- echo 1>&2 " -high - priority [1]"
- echo 1>&2 " -emergency - priority [2]"
- echo 1>&2 ""
- echo 1>&2 " Interesting environment variables:"
- echo 1>&2 " G_TITLE - Used as the Growl message title."
- echo 1>&2 " G_APPLICATION_NAME - Used by Growl to manage a set of"
- echo 1>&2 " G_WITH_NAME message configurations."
- echo 1>&2 " See System Preferences -> Growl"
- echo 1>&2 " G_ALL_NAMES - Used to specify 'ALL' the possible"
- echo 1>&2 " G_WITH_NAME values this"
- echo 1>&2 " G_APPLICATION_NAME will ever use."
- echo 1>&2 " Specify something like:"
- echo 1>&2 " G_ALL_NAMES='\"class1\",\"class2\"'"
- echo 1>&2 " export G_ALL_NAMES"
- echo 1>&2 " G_WITH_NAME - Used by Growl to associate a"
- echo 1>&2 " message with a set of Growl"
- echo 1>&2 " notification settings, such as"
- echo 1>&2 " message style and colors associated"
- echo 1>&2 " with different priorities. See"
- echo 1>&2 " System preferences -> Growl"
- echo 1>&2 " Specify something like:"
- echo 1>&2 " G_WITH_NAME='class2'"
- echo 1>&2 " export G_WITH_NAME"
- echo 1>&2 " If G_WITH_NAME is not in"
- echo 1>&2 " G_ALL_NAMES, nothing will be"
- echo 1>&2 " displayed"
- echo 1>&2 " G_APPLICATION_ICON - Display this application's icon in"
- echo 1>&2 " the Growl message (default is"
- echo 1>&2 " Terminal.app, as this is a shell"
- echo 1>&2 " script generated Growl notice)."
- echo 1>&2 ""
- exit 1
-}
-
-
-#--- defaults ----------------------------------------------------------------
-defaults()
-{
-#
-# These 2 variables are used when this script notices that it is on a Linux
-# or Windows_NT system, then this script uses ssh to forward the request to
-# my Mac OS X workstation. This assumes that ssh keys have been exchanged
-# between the systems so that no passwords are needed. If you don't know
-# what this means, then do a Google search for something like
-# "ssh nopassword key" and you should turn up a number of guides for
-# configuring ssh.
-#
-G_REMOTE="${G_REMOTE:-juggle-mac.us.oracle.com}" # assumes ssh exchanged keys
-G_REMOTE_GROWL="${G_REMOTE_GROWL:-bin/growl}" # growl script remote location
-
-#
-# G_APPLICATION_NAME is the name Growl will use in the Growl System
-# Preferences to provide defaults for Display, and to collect each of your
-# notification classes (See G_ALL_NAMES below).
-#
-G_APPLICATION_NAME="${G_APPLICATION_NAME:-Shell Script Growl Message}"
-#
-# G_ALL_NAMES contains a list of all the notification classes to be
-# associated with the G_APPLICATION_NAME. Each notification class can have
-# its own default Display, Priority, and Stickness settings in the Growl
-# System Preferences.
-#
-G_ALL_NAMES="${G_ALL_NAMES:-\"Shell Script Growl Message\",\"Growl Message\"}"
-#
-# The default notification class this message should use, must be in the
-# G_ALL_NAMES list above.
-#
-G_WITH_NAME="${G_WITH_NAME:-Shell Script Growl Message}" # default notification
-#
-G_TITLE="${G_TITLE:-Shell Script Growl Message}" # default title
-G_APPLICATION_ICON="${G_APPLICATION_ICON:-Terminal.app}" # default icon to use
-G_STICKY="${G_STICKY:-no}" # default sticky setting
-G_PRIORITY="${G_PRIORITY:-0}" # default priority (normal)
-}
-
-
-#--- growl -------------------------------------------------------------------
-# notify v : Post a notification to be displayed via Growl
-# notify
-# with name string : name of the notification to display
-# title string : title of the notification to display
-# description string : full text of the notification to display
-# application name string : name of the application posting the
-# notification.
-# [image from location location_reference]
-# : Location of the image file to use for this
-# notification. Accepts aliases, paths and
-# file:/// URLs.
-# [icon of file location_reference]
-# : Location of the file whose icon should be
-# used as the image for this notification.
-# Accepts aliases, paths and file:/// URLs.
-# e.g. 'file:///Applications'.
-# [icon of application string]
-# : Name of the application whose icon should
-# be used for this notification. For
-# example, 'Mail.app'.
-# [image Image] : TIFF Image to be used for the
-# notification.
-# [pictImage Picture] : PICT Image to be used for the
-# notification.
-# [sticky boolean] : whether or not the notification displayed
-# should time out. Defaults to 'no'.
-# [priority integer] : The priority of the notification, from -2
-# (low) to 0 (normal) to 2 (emergency).
-#
-growl()
-{
- typeset description="$*"
-
- osascript <<EOD
- -- From <http://growl.info/documentation/applescript-support.php>
- --
- tell application "GrowlHelperApp"
- -- Make a list of all the notification types that this script will ever send:
- set the allNotificationsList to {${G_ALL_NAMES}}
-
- -- Make a list of the notifications that will be enabled by default.
- -- Those not enabled by default can be enabled later in the 'Applications'
- -- tab of the growl prefpane.
- set the enabledNotificationsList to {"${G_WITH_NAME}"}
-
- -- Register our script with growl. You can optionally (as here) set a
- -- default icon for this script's notifications.
- register as application "${G_APPLICATION_NAME}" all notifications allNotificationsList default notifications enabledNotificationsList icon of application "${G_APPLICATION_ICON}"
-
- -- Send a Notification...
- notify with name "${G_WITH_NAME}" title "${G_TITLE}" description "${description}" application name "${G_APPLICATION_NAME}" sticky ${G_STICKY} priority ${G_PRIORITY}
-
- end tell
-EOD
-}
-
-
-#--- main --------------------------------------------------------------------
-#{
- if [[ $# = 0 ]]; then
- #
- # No arguments, so give the usage message.
- #
- usage
- exit 1
- fi
- while [[ "X$1" = X-* ]]
- do
- if [[ "X$1" = X-nos* ]]; then
- G_STICKY=no
- elif [[ "X$1" = X-s* ]]; then
- G_STICKY=yes
- elif [[ "X$1" = X-p* ]]; then
- G_PRIORITY="$2"
- G_TITLE="${G_TITLE:-Priority $2}"
- OPTIONS="$OPTIONS $1"
- shift
- elif [[ "X$1" = X-v* ]]; then
- G_PRIORITY="-2"
- G_TITLE="${G_TITLE:-Very Low Priority}"
- elif [[ "X$1" = X-m* ]]; then
- G_PRIORITY="-1"
- G_TITLE="${G_TITLE:-Moderate Priority}"
- elif [[ "X$1" = X-n* ]]; then
- G_PRIORITY="0"
- G_TITLE="${G_TITLE:-Normal Priority}"
- elif [[ "X$1" = X-h* ]]; then
- G_PRIORITY="1"
- G_TITLE="${G_TITLE:-High Priority}"
- elif [[ "X$1" = X-e* ]]; then
- G_PRIORITY="2"
- G_TITLE="${G_TITLE:-Emergency Priority}"
- else
- break;
- fi
- OPTIONS="$OPTIONS $1"
- shift
- done
-
- #
- # If any of the option variables have not been set yet, then apply the
- # default values now.
- #
- defaults
-
- UNAME=$(uname)
- if [[ "$UNAME" = Darwin ]]; then
- #
- # I'm assuming this is one of my systems where I have Growl
- # installed.
- #
- growl "$*"
- elif [[ "$UNAME" = *Linux* || "$UNAME" = *Windows_NT* ]]; then
- #
- # Must be one of the development systems I work on, so lets ship
- # this request to my Mac OS X workstation.
- #
- ssh ${G_REMOTE} ${G_REMOTE_GROWL} $OPTIONS "$*"
- else
- #
- # I don't know what this is, so I'll just try to Growl anyway. It
- # will most likely fail (no osascript would be my guess), but what
- # do I have to lose at this point!
- #
- growl "$*"
- fi
-#}
-
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2  bin/growlIt
@@ -1,2 +0,0 @@
-#!/bin/sh
-sh /tmp/growlIt | xargs /Users/antoine/bin/growl
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