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# Default configuration file for tmux-powerline.
# Modeline {
# vi: foldmarker={,} foldmethod=marker foldlevel=0 tabstop=4 filetype=sh
# }
# General {
# Show which segment fails and its exit code.
export TMUX_POWERLINE_DEBUG_MODE_ENABLED="true"
# Use patched font symbols.
export TMUX_POWERLINE_PATCHED_FONT_IN_USE="true"
# The theme to use.
export TMUX_POWERLINE_THEME="awidegreen"
# Overlay dirctory to look for themes. There you can put your own themes outside the repo. Fallback will still be the "themes" directory in the repo.
export TMUX_POWERLINE_DIR_USER_THEMES=""
# Overlay dirctory to look for segments. There you can put your own segments outside the repo. Fallback will still be the "segments" directory in the repo.
export TMUX_POWERLINE_DIR_USER_SEGMENTS=""
# }
# battery.sh {
# How to display battery remaining. Can be {percentage, cute}.
export TMUX_POWERLINE_SEG_BATTERY_TYPE="percentage"
# How may hearts to show if cute indicators are used.
export TMUX_POWERLINE_SEG_BATTERY_NUM_HEARTS="5"
# }
# date.sh {
# date(1) format for the date. If you don't, for some reason, like ISO 8601 format you might want to have "%D" or "%m/%d/%Y".
export TMUX_POWERLINE_SEG_DATE_FORMAT="%F"
# }
# earthquake.sh {
# The data provider to use. Currently only "goo" is supported.
export TMUX_POWERLINE_SEG_EARTHQUAKE_DATA_PROVIDER="goo"
# How often to update the earthquake data in seconds.
# Note: This is not an early warning detector, use this
# to be informed about recent earthquake magnitudes in your
# area. If this is too often, goo may decide to ban you form
# their server
export TMUX_POWERLINE_SEG_EARTHQUAKE_UPDATE_PERIOD="600"
# Only display information when earthquakes are within this many minutes
export TMUX_POWERLINE_SEG_EARTHQUAKE_ALERT_TIME_WINDOW="60"
# Display time with this format
export TMUX_POWERLINE_SEG_EARTHQUAKE_TIME_FORMAT='(%H:%M)'
# Display only if magnitude is greater or equal to this number
export TMUX_POWERLINE_SEG_EARTHQUAKE_MIN_MAGNITUDE="3"
# }
# hostname.sh {
# Use short or long format for the hostname. Can be {"short, long"}.
export TMUX_POWERLINE_SEG_HOSTNAME_FORMAT="short"
# }
# mailcount.sh {
# Mailbox type to use. Can be any of {apple_mail, gmail, maildir, mbox, mailcheck}
export TMUX_POWERLINE_SEG_MAILCOUNT_MAILBOX_TYPE=""
## Gmail
# Enter your Gmail username here WITH OUT @gmail.com.( OR @domain)
export TMUX_POWERLINE_SEG_MAILCOUNT_GMAIL_USERNAME=""
# Google password. Recomenned to use application specific password (https://accounts.google.com/b/0/IssuedAuthSubTokens) Leave this empty to get password from OS X keychain.
# For OSX users : MAKE SURE that you add a key to the keychain in the format as follows
# Keychain Item name : http://<value-you-fill-in-server-variable-below>
# Account name : <username-below>@<server-below>
# Password : Your password ( Once again, try to use 2 step-verification and application-specific password)
# See http://support.google.com/accounts/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=185833 for more info.
export TMUX_POWERLINE_SEG_MAILCOUNT_GMAIL_PASSWORD=""
# Domain name that will complete your email. For normal GMail users it probably is "gmail.com but can be "foo.tld" for Google Apps users.
export TMUX_POWERLINE_SEG_MAILCOUNT_GMAIL_SERVER="gmail.com"
# How often in minutes to check for new mails.
export TMUX_POWERLINE_SEG_MAILCOUNT_GMAIL_INTERVAL="5"
## Maildir
# Path to the maildir to check.
export TMUX_POWERLINE_SEG_MAILCOUNT_MAILDIR_INBOX="$HOME/.mail/inbox/new"
## mbox
# Path to the mbox to check.
export TMUX_POWERLINE_SEG_MAILCOUNT_MBOX_INBOX="/var/spool/mail/$USER"
## mailcheck
# Optional path to mailcheckrc
export TMUX_POWERLINE_SEG_MAILCOUNT_MAILCHECKRC="$HOME/.mailcheckrc"
# }
# now_playing.sh {
# Music player to use. Can be any of {audacious, banshee, cmus, itunes, lastfm, mocp, mpd, mpd_simple, pithos, rdio, rhythmbox, spotify, spotify_wine}.
export TMUX_POWERLINE_SEG_NOW_PLAYING_MUSIC_PLAYER=""
# Maximum output length.
export TMUX_POWERLINE_SEG_NOW_PLAYING_MAX_LEN="40"
# How to handle too long strings. Can be {trim, roll}.
export TMUX_POWERLINE_SEG_NOW_PLAYING_TRIM_METHOD="trim"
# Charcters per second to roll if rolling trim method is used.
export TMUX_POWERLINE_SEG_NOW_PLAYING_ROLL_SPEED="2"
# Hostname for MPD server in the format "[password@]host"
export TMUX_POWERLINE_SEG_NOW_PLAYING_MPD_HOST="localhost"
# Port the MPD server is running on.
export TMUX_POWERLINE_SEG_NOW_PLAYING_MPD_PORT="6600"
# Song display format for mpd_simple. See mpc(1) for delimiters.
export TMUX_POWERLINE_SEG_NOW_PLAYING_MPD_SIMPLE_FORMAT="%artist% - %title%"
# Username for Last.fm if that music player is used.
export TMUX_POWERLINE_SEG_NOW_PLAYING_LASTFM_USERNAME=""
# How often in seconds to update the data from last.fm.
export TMUX_POWERLINE_SEG_NOW_PLAYING_LASTFM_UPDATE_PERIOD="30"
# Fancy char to display before now playing track
export TMUX_POWERLINE_SEG_NOW_PLAYING_NOTE_CHAR=""
# }
# pwd.sh {
# Maximum length of output.
export TMUX_POWERLINE_SEG_PWD_MAX_LEN="40"
# }
# time.sh {
# date(1) format for the time. Americans might want to have "%I:%M %p".
export TMUX_POWERLINE_SEG_TIME_FORMAT="%H:%M"
# }
# btc_x_rate.sh {
# see https://blockchain.info/ticker for currency
export TMUX_POWERLINE_BTC_X_RATE_CURRENCY="EUR"
# }
# weather.sh {
# The data provider to use. Currently only "yahoo" is supported.
export TMUX_POWERLINE_SEG_WEATHER_DATA_PROVIDER="yahoo"
# What unit to use. Can be any of {c,f,k}.
export TMUX_POWERLINE_SEG_WEATHER_UNIT="c"
# How often to update the weather in seconds.
export TMUX_POWERLINE_SEG_WEATHER_UPDATE_PERIOD="600"
# Name of GNU grep binary if in PATH, or path to it.
export TMUX_POWERLINE_SEG_WEATHER_GREP="grep"
# Your location. Find a code that works for you:
# 1. Go to Yahoo weather http://weather.yahoo.com/
# 2. Find the weather for you location
# 3. Copy the last numbers in that URL. e.g. "http://weather.yahoo.com/united-states/california/newport-beach-12796587/" has the numbers "12796587"
export TMUX_POWERLINE_SEG_WEATHER_LOCATION="906057"
# }