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# Filename: /etc/zsh/zshrc
# Purpose: config file for zsh (z shell)
# Authors: grml-team (grml.org), (c) Michael Prokop <mika@grml.org>
# Bug-Reports: see http://grml.org/bugs/
# License: This file is licensed under the GPL v2.
################################################################################
# This file is sourced only for interactive shells. It
# should contain commands to set up aliases, functions,
# options, key bindings, etc.
#
# Global Order: zshenv, zprofile, zshrc, zlogin
################################################################################
# USAGE
# If you are using this file as your ~/.zshrc file, please use ~/.zshrc.pre
# and ~/.zshrc.local for your own customisations. The former file is read
# before ~/.zshrc, the latter is read after it. Also, consider reading the
# refcard and the reference manual for this setup, both available from:
# <http://grml.org/zsh/>
# Contributing:
# If you want to help to improve grml's zsh setup, clone the grml-etc-core
# repository from git.grml.org:
# git clone git://git.grml.org/grml-etc-core.git
#
# Make your changes, commit them; use 'git format-patch' to create a series
# of patches and send those to the following address via 'git send-email':
# grml-etc-core@grml.org
#
# Doing so makes sure the right people get your patches for review and
# possibly inclusion.
# zsh-refcard-tag documentation:
# You may notice strange looking comments in this file.
# These are there for a purpose. grml's zsh-refcard can now be
# automatically generated from the contents of the actual configuration
# file. However, we need a little extra information on which comments
# and what lines of code to take into account (and for what purpose).
#
# Here is what they mean:
#
# List of tags (comment types) used:
# #a# Next line contains an important alias, that should
# be included in the grml-zsh-refcard.
# (placement tag: @@INSERT-aliases@@)
# #f# Next line contains the beginning of an important function.
# (placement tag: @@INSERT-functions@@)
# #v# Next line contains an important variable.
# (placement tag: @@INSERT-variables@@)
# #k# Next line contains an important keybinding.
# (placement tag: @@INSERT-keybindings@@)
# #d# Hashed directories list generation:
# start denotes the start of a list of 'hash -d'
# definitions.
# end denotes its end.
# (placement tag: @@INSERT-hasheddirs@@)
# #A# Abbreviation expansion list generation:
# start denotes the beginning of abbreviations.
# end denotes their end.
# Lines within this section that end in '#d .*' provide
# extra documentation to be included in the refcard.
# (placement tag: @@INSERT-abbrev@@)
# #m# This tag allows you to manually generate refcard entries
# for code lines that are hard/impossible to parse.
# Example:
# #m# k ESC-h Call the run-help function
# That would add a refcard entry in the keybindings table
# for 'ESC-h' with the given comment.
# So the syntax is: #m# <section> <argument> <comment>
# #o# This tag lets you insert entries to the 'other' hash.
# Generally, this should not be used. It is there for
# things that cannot be done easily in another way.
# (placement tag: @@INSERT-other-foobar@@)
#
# All of these tags (except for m and o) take two arguments, the first
# within the tag, the other after the tag:
#
# #<tag><section># <comment>
#
# Where <section> is really just a number, which are defined by the
# @secmap array on top of 'genrefcard.pl'. The reason for numbers
# instead of names is, that for the reader, the tag should not differ
# much from a regular comment. For zsh, it is a regular comment indeed.
# The numbers have got the following meanings:
# 0 -> "default"
# 1 -> "system"
# 2 -> "user"
# 3 -> "debian"
# 4 -> "search"
# 5 -> "shortcuts"
# 6 -> "services"
#
# So, the following will add an entry to the 'functions' table in the
# 'system' section, with a (hopefully) descriptive comment:
# #f1# Edit an alias via zle
# edalias() {
#
# It will then show up in the @@INSERT-aliases-system@@ replacement tag
# that can be found in 'grml-zsh-refcard.tex.in'.
# If the section number is omitted, the 'default' section is assumed.
# Furthermore, in 'grml-zsh-refcard.tex.in' @@INSERT-aliases@@ is
# exactly the same as @@INSERT-aliases-default@@. If you want a list of
# *all* aliases, for example, use @@INSERT-aliases-all@@.
# zsh profiling
# just execute 'ZSH_PROFILE_RC=1 zsh' and run 'zprof' to get the details
if [[ $ZSH_PROFILE_RC -gt 0 ]] ; then
zmodload zsh/zprof
fi
# load .zshrc.pre to give the user the chance to overwrite the defaults
[[ -r ${ZDOTDIR:-${HOME}}/.zshrc.pre ]] && source ${ZDOTDIR:-${HOME}}/.zshrc.pre
# check for version/system
# check for versions (compatibility reasons)
is4(){
[[ $ZSH_VERSION == <4->* ]] && return 0
return 1
}
is41(){
[[ $ZSH_VERSION == 4.<1->* || $ZSH_VERSION == <5->* ]] && return 0
return 1
}
is42(){
[[ $ZSH_VERSION == 4.<2->* || $ZSH_VERSION == <5->* ]] && return 0
return 1
}
is425(){
[[ $ZSH_VERSION == 4.2.<5->* || $ZSH_VERSION == 4.<3->* || $ZSH_VERSION == <5->* ]] && return 0
return 1
}
is43(){
[[ $ZSH_VERSION == 4.<3->* || $ZSH_VERSION == <5->* ]] && return 0
return 1
}
is433(){
[[ $ZSH_VERSION == 4.3.<3->* || $ZSH_VERSION == 4.<4->* \
|| $ZSH_VERSION == <5->* ]] && return 0
return 1
}
is437(){
[[ $ZSH_VERSION == 4.3.<7->* || $ZSH_VERSION == 4.<4->* \
|| $ZSH_VERSION == <5->* ]] && return 0
return 1
}
is439(){
[[ $ZSH_VERSION == 4.3.<9->* || $ZSH_VERSION == 4.<4->* \
|| $ZSH_VERSION == <5->* ]] && return 0
return 1
}
#f1# Checks whether or not you're running grml
isgrml(){
[[ -f /etc/grml_version ]] && return 0
return 1
}
#f1# Checks whether or not you're running a grml cd
isgrmlcd(){
[[ -f /etc/grml_cd ]] && return 0
return 1
}
if isgrml ; then
#f1# Checks whether or not you're running grml-small
isgrmlsmall() {
if [[ ${${${(f)"$(</etc/grml_version)"}%% *}##*-} == 'small' ]]; then
return 0
fi
return 1
}
else
isgrmlsmall() { return 1 }
fi
GRML_OSTYPE=$(uname -s)
islinux(){
[[ $GRML_OSTYPE == "Linux" ]]
}
isdarwin(){
[[ $GRML_OSTYPE == "Darwin" ]]
}
isfreebsd(){
[[ $GRML_OSTYPE == "FreeBSD" ]]
}
isopenbsd(){
[[ $GRML_OSTYPE == "OpenBSD" ]]
}
issolaris(){
[[ $GRML_OSTYPE == "SunOS" ]]
}
#f1# are we running within an utf environment?
isutfenv() {
case "$LANG $CHARSET $LANGUAGE" in
*utf*) return 0 ;;
*UTF*) return 0 ;;
*) return 1 ;;
esac
}
# check for user, if not running as root set $SUDO to sudo
(( EUID != 0 )) && SUDO='sudo' || SUDO=''
# change directory to home on first invocation of zsh
# important for rungetty -> autologin
# Thanks go to Bart Schaefer!
isgrml && checkhome() {
if [[ -z "$ALREADY_DID_CD_HOME" ]] ; then
export ALREADY_DID_CD_HOME=$HOME
cd
fi
}
# check for zsh v3.1.7+
if ! [[ ${ZSH_VERSION} == 3.1.<7->* \
|| ${ZSH_VERSION} == 3.<2->.<->* \
|| ${ZSH_VERSION} == <4->.<->* ]] ; then
printf '-!-\n'
printf '-!- In this configuration we try to make use of features, that only\n'
printf '-!- require version 3.1.7 of the shell; That way this setup can be\n'
printf '-!- used with a wide range of zsh versions, while using fairly\n'
printf '-!- advanced features in all supported versions.\n'
printf '-!-\n'
printf '-!- However, you are running zsh version %s.\n' "$ZSH_VERSION"
printf '-!-\n'
printf '-!- While this *may* work, it might as well fail.\n'
printf '-!- Please consider updating to at least version 3.1.7 of zsh.\n'
printf '-!-\n'
printf '-!- DO NOT EXPECT THIS TO WORK FLAWLESSLY!\n'
printf '-!- If it does today, you'\''ve been lucky.\n'
printf '-!-\n'
printf '-!- Ye been warned!\n'
printf '-!-\n'
function zstyle() { : }
fi
# autoload wrapper - use this one instead of autoload directly
# We need to define this function as early as this, because autoloading
# 'is-at-least()' needs it.
function zrcautoload() {
emulate -L zsh
setopt extended_glob
local fdir ffile
local -i ffound
ffile=$1
(( ffound = 0 ))
for fdir in ${fpath} ; do
[[ -e ${fdir}/${ffile} ]] && (( ffound = 1 ))
done
(( ffound == 0 )) && return 1
if [[ $ZSH_VERSION == 3.1.<6-> || $ZSH_VERSION == <4->* ]] ; then
autoload -U ${ffile} || return 1
else
autoload ${ffile} || return 1
fi
return 0
}
# The following is the ‘add-zsh-hook’ function from zsh upstream. It is
# included here to make the setup work with older versions of zsh (prior to
# 4.3.7) in which this function had a bug that triggers annoying errors during
# shell startup. This is exactly upstreams code from f0068edb4888a4d8fe94def,
# with just a few adjustments in coding style to make the function look more
# compact. This definition can be removed as soon as we raise the minimum
# version requirement to 4.3.7 or newer.
function add-zsh-hook() {
# Add to HOOK the given FUNCTION.
# HOOK is one of chpwd, precmd, preexec, periodic, zshaddhistory,
# zshexit, zsh_directory_name (the _functions subscript is not required).
#
# With -d, remove the function from the hook instead; delete the hook
# variable if it is empty.
#
# -D behaves like -d, but pattern characters are active in the function
# name, so any matching function will be deleted from the hook.
#
# Without -d, the FUNCTION is marked for autoload; -U is passed down to
# autoload if that is given, as are -z and -k. (This is harmless if the
# function is actually defined inline.)
emulate -L zsh
local -a hooktypes
hooktypes=(
chpwd precmd preexec periodic zshaddhistory zshexit
zsh_directory_name
)
local usage="Usage: $0 hook function\nValid hooks are:\n $hooktypes"
local opt
local -a autoopts
integer del list help
while getopts "dDhLUzk" opt; do
case $opt in
(d) del=1 ;;
(D) del=2 ;;
(h) help=1 ;;
(L) list=1 ;;
([Uzk]) autoopts+=(-$opt) ;;
(*) return 1 ;;
esac
done
shift $(( OPTIND - 1 ))
if (( list )); then
typeset -mp "(${1:-${(@j:|:)hooktypes}})_functions"
return $?
elif (( help || $# != 2 || ${hooktypes[(I)$1]} == 0 )); then
print -u$(( 2 - help )) $usage
return $(( 1 - help ))
fi
local hook="${1}_functions"
local fn="$2"
if (( del )); then
# delete, if hook is set
if (( ${(P)+hook} )); then
if (( del == 2 )); then
set -A $hook ${(P)hook:#${~fn}}
else
set -A $hook ${(P)hook:#$fn}
fi
# unset if no remaining entries --- this can give better
# performance in some cases
if (( ! ${(P)#hook} )); then
unset $hook
fi
fi
else
if (( ${(P)+hook} )); then
if (( ${${(P)hook}[(I)$fn]} == 0 )); then
set -A $hook ${(P)hook} $fn
fi
else
set -A $hook $fn
fi
autoload $autoopts -- $fn
fi
}
# Load is-at-least() for more precise version checks Note that this test will
# *always* fail, if the is-at-least function could not be marked for
# autoloading.
zrcautoload is-at-least || is-at-least() { return 1 }
# set some important options (as early as possible)
# append history list to the history file; this is the default but we make sure
# because it's required for share_history.
setopt append_history
# import new commands from the history file also in other zsh-session
is4 && setopt share_history
# save each command's beginning timestamp and the duration to the history file
setopt extended_history
# If a new command line being added to the history list duplicates an older
# one, the older command is removed from the list
is4 && setopt histignorealldups
# remove command lines from the history list when the first character on the
# line is a space
setopt histignorespace
# if a command is issued that can't be executed as a normal command, and the
# command is the name of a directory, perform the cd command to that directory.
setopt auto_cd
# in order to use #, ~ and ^ for filename generation grep word
# *~(*.gz|*.bz|*.bz2|*.zip|*.Z) -> searches for word not in compressed files
# don't forget to quote '^', '~' and '#'!
setopt extended_glob
# display PID when suspending processes as well
setopt longlistjobs
# report the status of backgrounds jobs immediately
setopt notify
# whenever a command completion is attempted, make sure the entire command path
# is hashed first.
setopt hash_list_all
# not just at the end
setopt completeinword
# Don't send SIGHUP to background processes when the shell exits.
setopt nohup
# make cd push the old directory onto the directory stack.
setopt auto_pushd
# avoid "beep"ing
setopt nobeep
# don't push the same dir twice.
setopt pushd_ignore_dups
# * shouldn't match dotfiles. ever.
setopt noglobdots
# use zsh style word splitting
setopt noshwordsplit
# don't error out when unset parameters are used
setopt unset
# setting some default values
NOCOR=${NOCOR:-0}
NOMENU=${NOMENU:-0}
NOPRECMD=${NOPRECMD:-0}
COMMAND_NOT_FOUND=${COMMAND_NOT_FOUND:-0}
GRML_ZSH_CNF_HANDLER=${GRML_ZSH_CNF_HANDLER:-/usr/share/command-not-found/command-not-found}
GRML_DISPLAY_BATTERY=${GRML_DISPLAY_BATTERY:-${BATTERY:-0}}
GRMLSMALL_SPECIFIC=${GRMLSMALL_SPECIFIC:-1}
ZSH_NO_DEFAULT_LOCALE=${ZSH_NO_DEFAULT_LOCALE:-0}
typeset -ga ls_options
typeset -ga grep_options
if ls --color=auto / >/dev/null 2>&1; then
ls_options+=( --color=auto )
elif ls -G / >/dev/null 2>&1; then
ls_options+=( -G )
fi
if grep --color=auto -q "a" <<< "a" >/dev/null 2>&1; then
grep_options+=( --color=auto )
fi
# utility functions
# this function checks if a command exists and returns either true
# or false. This avoids using 'which' and 'whence', which will
# avoid problems with aliases for which on certain weird systems. :-)
# Usage: check_com [-c|-g] word
# -c only checks for external commands
# -g does the usual tests and also checks for global aliases
check_com() {
emulate -L zsh
local -i comonly gatoo
comonly=0
gatoo=0
if [[ $1 == '-c' ]] ; then
comonly=1
shift 1
elif [[ $1 == '-g' ]] ; then
gatoo=1
shift 1
fi
if (( ${#argv} != 1 )) ; then
printf 'usage: check_com [-c|-g] <command>\n' >&2
return 1
fi
if (( comonly > 0 )) ; then
(( ${+commands[$1]} )) && return 0
return 1
fi
if (( ${+commands[$1]} )) \
|| (( ${+functions[$1]} )) \
|| (( ${+aliases[$1]} )) \
|| (( ${+reswords[(r)$1]} )) ; then
return 0
fi
if (( gatoo > 0 )) && (( ${+galiases[$1]} )) ; then
return 0
fi
return 1
}
# creates an alias and precedes the command with
# sudo if $EUID is not zero.
salias() {
emulate -L zsh
local only=0 ; local multi=0
local key val
while getopts ":hao" opt; do
case $opt in
o) only=1 ;;
a) multi=1 ;;
h)
printf 'usage: salias [-hoa] <alias-expression>\n'
printf ' -h shows this help text.\n'
printf ' -a replace '\'' ; '\'' sequences with '\'' ; sudo '\''.\n'
printf ' be careful using this option.\n'
printf ' -o only sets an alias if a preceding sudo would be needed.\n'
return 0
;;
*) salias -h >&2; return 1 ;;
esac
done
shift "$((OPTIND-1))"
if (( ${#argv} > 1 )) ; then
printf 'Too many arguments %s\n' "${#argv}"
return 1
fi
key="${1%%\=*}" ; val="${1#*\=}"
if (( EUID == 0 )) && (( only == 0 )); then
alias -- "${key}=${val}"
elif (( EUID > 0 )) ; then
(( multi > 0 )) && val="${val// ; / ; sudo }"
alias -- "${key}=sudo ${val}"
fi
return 0
}
# Check if we can read given files and source those we can.
xsource() {
if (( ${#argv} < 1 )) ; then
printf 'usage: xsource FILE(s)...\n' >&2
return 1
fi
while (( ${#argv} > 0 )) ; do
[[ -r "$1" ]] && source "$1"
shift
done
return 0
}
# Check if we can read a given file and 'cat(1)' it.
xcat() {
emulate -L zsh
if (( ${#argv} != 1 )) ; then
printf 'usage: xcat FILE\n' >&2
return 1
fi
[[ -r $1 ]] && cat $1
return 0
}
# Remove these functions again, they are of use only in these
# setup files. This should be called at the end of .zshrc.
xunfunction() {
emulate -L zsh
local -a funcs
local func
funcs=(salias xcat xsource xunfunction zrcautoload zrcautozle)
for func in $funcs ; do
[[ -n ${functions[$func]} ]] \
&& unfunction $func
done
return 0
}
# this allows us to stay in sync with grml's zshrc and put own
# modifications in ~/.zshrc.local
zrclocal() {
xsource "/etc/zsh/zshrc.local"
xsource "${ZDOTDIR:-${HOME}}/.zshrc.local"
return 0
}
# locale setup
if (( ZSH_NO_DEFAULT_LOCALE == 0 )); then
xsource "/etc/default/locale"
fi
for var in LANG LC_ALL LC_MESSAGES ; do
[[ -n ${(P)var} ]] && export $var
done
builtin unset -v var
# set some variables
if check_com -c vim ; then
#v#
export EDITOR=${EDITOR:-vim}
else
export EDITOR=${EDITOR:-vi}
fi
#v#
export PAGER=${PAGER:-less}
#v#
export MAIL=${MAIL:-/var/mail/$USER}
# color setup for ls:
check_com -c dircolors && eval $(dircolors -b)
# color setup for ls on OS X / FreeBSD:
isdarwin && export CLICOLOR=1
isfreebsd && export CLICOLOR=1
# do MacPorts setup on darwin
if isdarwin && [[ -d /opt/local ]]; then
# Note: PATH gets set in /etc/zprofile on Darwin, so this can't go into
# zshenv.
PATH="/opt/local/bin:/opt/local/sbin:$PATH"
MANPATH="/opt/local/share/man:$MANPATH"
fi
# do Fink setup on darwin
isdarwin && xsource /sw/bin/init.sh
# load our function and completion directories
for fdir in /usr/share/grml/zsh/completion /usr/share/grml/zsh/functions; do
fpath=( ${fdir} ${fdir}/**/*(/N) ${fpath} )
if [[ ${fdir} == '/usr/share/grml/zsh/functions' ]] ; then
for func in ${fdir}/**/[^_]*[^~](N.) ; do
zrcautoload ${func:t}
done
fi
done
unset fdir func
# support colors in less
export LESS_TERMCAP_mb=$'\E[01;31m'
export LESS_TERMCAP_md=$'\E[01;31m'
export LESS_TERMCAP_me=$'\E[0m'
export LESS_TERMCAP_se=$'\E[0m'
export LESS_TERMCAP_so=$'\E[01;44;33m'
export LESS_TERMCAP_ue=$'\E[0m'
export LESS_TERMCAP_us=$'\E[01;32m'
# mailchecks
MAILCHECK=30
# report about cpu-/system-/user-time of command if running longer than
# 5 seconds
REPORTTIME=5
# watch for everyone but me and root
watch=(notme root)
# automatically remove duplicates from these arrays
typeset -U path cdpath fpath manpath
# Load a few modules
is4 && \
for mod in parameter complist deltochar mathfunc ; do
zmodload -i zsh/${mod} 2>/dev/null || print "Notice: no ${mod} available :("
done && builtin unset -v mod
# autoload zsh modules when they are referenced
if is4 ; then
zmodload -a zsh/stat zstat
zmodload -a zsh/zpty zpty
zmodload -ap zsh/mapfile mapfile
fi
# completion system
COMPDUMPFILE=${COMPDUMPFILE:-${ZDOTDIR:-${HOME}}/.zcompdump}
if zrcautoload compinit ; then
compinit -d ${COMPDUMPFILE} || print 'Notice: no compinit available :('
else
print 'Notice: no compinit available :('
function compdef { }
fi
# completion system
# called later (via is4 && grmlcomp)
# note: use 'zstyle' for getting current settings
# press ^xh (control-x h) for getting tags in context; ^x? (control-x ?) to run complete_debug with trace output
grmlcomp() {
# TODO: This could use some additional information
# Make sure the completion system is initialised
(( ${+_comps} )) || return 1
# allow one error for every three characters typed in approximate completer
zstyle ':completion:*:approximate:' max-errors 'reply=( $((($#PREFIX+$#SUFFIX)/3 )) numeric )'
# don't complete backup files as executables
zstyle ':completion:*:complete:-command-::commands' ignored-patterns '(aptitude-*|*\~)'
# start menu completion only if it could find no unambiguous initial string
zstyle ':completion:*:correct:*' insert-unambiguous true
zstyle ':completion:*:corrections' format $'%{\e[0;31m%}%d (errors: %e)%{\e[0m%}'
zstyle ':completion:*:correct:*' original true
# activate color-completion
zstyle ':completion:*:default' list-colors ${(s.:.)LS_COLORS}
# format on completion
zstyle ':completion:*:descriptions' format $'%{\e[0;31m%}completing %B%d%b%{\e[0m%}'
# automatically complete 'cd -<tab>' and 'cd -<ctrl-d>' with menu
# zstyle ':completion:*:*:cd:*:directory-stack' menu yes select
# insert all expansions for expand completer
zstyle ':completion:*:expand:*' tag-order all-expansions
zstyle ':completion:*:history-words' list false
# activate menu
zstyle ':completion:*:history-words' menu yes
# ignore duplicate entries
zstyle ':completion:*:history-words' remove-all-dups yes
zstyle ':completion:*:history-words' stop yes
# match uppercase from lowercase
zstyle ':completion:*' matcher-list 'm:{a-z}={A-Z}'
# separate matches into groups
zstyle ':completion:*:matches' group 'yes'
zstyle ':completion:*' group-name ''
if [[ "$NOMENU" -eq 0 ]] ; then
# if there are more than 5 options allow selecting from a menu
zstyle ':completion:*' menu select=5
else
# don't use any menus at all
setopt no_auto_menu
fi
zstyle ':completion:*:messages' format '%d'
zstyle ':completion:*:options' auto-description '%d'
# describe options in full
zstyle ':completion:*:options' description 'yes'
# on processes completion complete all user processes
zstyle ':completion:*:processes' command 'ps -au$USER'
# offer indexes before parameters in subscripts
zstyle ':completion:*:*:-subscript-:*' tag-order indexes parameters
# provide verbose completion information
zstyle ':completion:*' verbose true
# recent (as of Dec 2007) zsh versions are able to provide descriptions
# for commands (read: 1st word in the line) that it will list for the user
# to choose from. The following disables that, because it's not exactly fast.
zstyle ':completion:*:-command-:*:' verbose false
# set format for warnings
zstyle ':completion:*:warnings' format $'%{\e[0;31m%}No matches for:%{\e[0m%} %d'
# define files to ignore for zcompile
zstyle ':completion:*:*:zcompile:*' ignored-patterns '(*~|*.zwc)'
zstyle ':completion:correct:' prompt 'correct to: %e'
# Ignore completion functions for commands you don't have:
zstyle ':completion::(^approximate*):*:functions' ignored-patterns '_*'
# Provide more processes in completion of programs like killall:
zstyle ':completion:*:processes-names' command 'ps c -u ${USER} -o command | uniq'
# complete manual by their section
zstyle ':completion:*:manuals' separate-sections true
zstyle ':completion:*:manuals.*' insert-sections true
zstyle ':completion:*:man:*' menu yes select
# Search path for sudo completion
zstyle ':completion:*:sudo:*' command-path /usr/local/sbin \
/usr/local/bin \
/usr/sbin \
/usr/bin \
/sbin \
/bin \
/usr/X11R6/bin
# provide .. as a completion
zstyle ':completion:*' special-dirs ..
# run rehash on completion so new installed program are found automatically:
_force_rehash() {
(( CURRENT == 1 )) && rehash
return 1
}
## correction
# some people don't like the automatic correction - so run 'NOCOR=1 zsh' to deactivate it
if [[ "$NOCOR" -gt 0 ]] ; then
zstyle ':completion:*' completer _oldlist _expand _force_rehash _complete _files _ignored
setopt nocorrect
else
# try to be smart about when to use what completer...
setopt correct
zstyle -e ':completion:*' completer '
if [[ $_last_try != "$HISTNO$BUFFER$CURSOR" ]] ; then
_last_try="$HISTNO$BUFFER$CURSOR"
reply=(_complete _match _ignored _prefix _files)
else
if [[ $words[1] == (rm|mv) ]] ; then
reply=(_complete _files)
else
reply=(_oldlist _expand _force_rehash _complete _ignored _correct _approximate _files)
fi
fi'
fi
# command for process lists, the local web server details and host completion
zstyle ':completion:*:urls' local 'www' '/var/www/' 'public_html'
# Some functions, like _apt and _dpkg, are very slow. We can use a cache in
# order to speed things up
if [[ ${GRML_COMP_CACHING:-yes} == yes ]]; then
GRML_COMP_CACHE_DIR=${GRML_COMP_CACHE_DIR:-${ZDOTDIR:-$HOME}/.cache}
if [[ ! -d ${GRML_COMP_CACHE_DIR} ]]; then
command mkdir -p "${GRML_COMP_CACHE_DIR}"
fi
zstyle ':completion:*' use-cache yes
zstyle ':completion:*:complete:*' cache-path "${GRML_COMP_CACHE_DIR}"
fi
# host completion
if is42 ; then
[[ -r ~/.ssh/config ]] && _ssh_config_hosts=(${${(s: :)${(ps:\t:)${${(@M)${(f)"$(<$HOME/.ssh/config)"}:#Host *}#Host }}}:#*[*?]*}) || _ssh_config_hosts=()
[[ -r ~/.ssh/known_hosts ]] && _ssh_hosts=(${${${${(f)"$(<$HOME/.ssh/known_hosts)"}:#[\|]*}%%\ *}%%,*}) || _ssh_hosts=()
[[ -r /etc/hosts ]] && : ${(A)_etc_hosts:=${(s: :)${(ps:\t:)${${(f)~~"$(</etc/hosts)"}%%\#*}##[:blank:]#[^[:blank:]]#}}} || _etc_hosts=()
else
_ssh_config_hosts=()
_ssh_hosts=()
_etc_hosts=()
fi
hosts=(
$(hostname)
"$_ssh_config_hosts[@]"
"$_ssh_hosts[@]"
"$_etc_hosts[@]"
localhost
)
zstyle ':completion:*:hosts' hosts $hosts
# TODO: so, why is this here?
# zstyle '*' hosts $hosts
# use generic completion system for programs not yet defined; (_gnu_generic works
# with commands that provide a --help option with "standard" gnu-like output.)
for compcom in cp deborphan df feh fetchipac gpasswd head hnb ipacsum mv \
pal stow uname ; do
[[ -z ${_comps[$compcom]} ]] && compdef _gnu_generic ${compcom}
done; unset compcom
# see upgrade function in this file
compdef _hosts upgrade
}
# Keyboard setup: The following is based on the same code, we wrote for
# debian's setup. It ensures the terminal is in the right mode, when zle is
# active, so the values from $terminfo are valid. Therefore, this setup should
# work on all systems, that have support for `terminfo'. It also requires the
# zsh in use to have the `zsh/terminfo' module built.
#
# If you are customising your `zle-line-init()' or `zle-line-finish()'
# functions, make sure you call the following utility functions in there:
#
# - zle-line-init(): zle-smkx
# - zle-line-finish(): zle-rmkx
# Use emacs-like key bindings by default:
bindkey -e
# Custom widgets:
## beginning-of-line OR beginning-of-buffer OR beginning of history
## by: Bart Schaefer <schaefer@brasslantern.com>, Bernhard Tittelbach
beginning-or-end-of-somewhere() {
local hno=$HISTNO
if [[ ( "${LBUFFER[-1]}" == $'\n' && "${WIDGET}" == beginning-of* ) || \
( "${RBUFFER[1]}" == $'\n' && "${WIDGET}" == end-of* ) ]]; then
zle .${WIDGET:s/somewhere/buffer-or-history/} "$@"
else
zle .${WIDGET:s/somewhere/line-hist/} "$@"
if (( HISTNO != hno )); then
zle .${WIDGET:s/somewhere/buffer-or-history/} "$@"
fi
fi
}
zle -N beginning-of-somewhere beginning-or-end-of-somewhere
zle -N end-of-somewhere beginning-or-end-of-somewhere
# add a command line to the shells history without executing it
commit-to-history() {
print -s ${(z)BUFFER}
zle send-break
}
zle -N commit-to-history
# only slash should be considered as a word separator:
slash-backward-kill-word() {
local WORDCHARS="${WORDCHARS:s@/@}"
# zle backward-word
zle backward-kill-word
}
zle -N slash-backward-kill-word
# a generic accept-line wrapper
# This widget can prevent unwanted autocorrections from command-name
# to _command-name, rehash automatically on enter and call any number
# of builtin and user-defined widgets in different contexts.
#
# For a broader description, see:
# <http://bewatermyfriend.org/posts/2007/12-26.11-50-38-tooltime.html>
#
# The code is imported from the file 'zsh/functions/accept-line' from
# <http://ft.bewatermyfriend.org/comp/zsh/zsh-dotfiles.tar.bz2>, which
# distributed under the same terms as zsh itself.
# A newly added command will may not be found or will cause false
# correction attempts, if you got auto-correction set. By setting the
# following style, we force accept-line() to rehash, if it cannot
# find the first word on the command line in the $command[] hash.
zstyle ':acceptline:*' rehash true
function Accept-Line() {
setopt localoptions noksharrays
local -a subs
local -xi aldone
local sub
local alcontext=${1:-$alcontext}
zstyle -a ":acceptline:${alcontext}" actions subs
(( ${#subs} < 1 )) && return 0
(( aldone = 0 ))
for sub in ${subs} ; do
[[ ${sub} == 'accept-line' ]] && sub='.accept-line'
zle ${sub}
(( aldone > 0 )) && break
done
}
function Accept-Line-getdefault() {
emulate -L zsh
local default_action
zstyle -s ":acceptline:${alcontext}" default_action default_action
case ${default_action} in
((accept-line|))
printf ".accept-line"
;;
(*)
printf ${default_action}
;;
esac
}
function Accept-Line-HandleContext() {
zle Accept-Line
default_action=$(Accept-Line-getdefault)
zstyle -T ":acceptline:${alcontext}" call_default \
&& zle ${default_action}
}
function accept-line() {
setopt localoptions noksharrays
local -a cmdline
local -x alcontext
local buf com fname format msg default_action
alcontext='default'
buf="${BUFFER}"
cmdline=(${(z)BUFFER})
com="${cmdline[1]}"
fname="_${com}"
Accept-Line 'preprocess'
zstyle -t ":acceptline:${alcontext}" rehash \
&& [[ -z ${commands[$com]} ]] \
&& rehash
if [[ -n ${com} ]] \
&& [[ -n ${reswords[(r)$com]} ]] \
|| [[ -n ${aliases[$com]} ]] \
|| [[ -n ${functions[$com]} ]] \
|| [[ -n ${builtins[$com]} ]] \
|| [[ -n ${commands[$com]} ]] ; then
# there is something sensible to execute, just do it.
alcontext='normal'
Accept-Line-HandleContext
return
fi
if [[ -o correct ]] \
|| [[ -o correctall ]] \
&& [[ -n ${functions[$fname]} ]] ; then
# nothing there to execute but there is a function called
# _command_name; a completion widget. Makes no sense to
# call it on the commandline, but the correct{,all} options
# will ask for it nevertheless, so warn the user.
if [[ ${LASTWIDGET} == 'accept-line' ]] ; then
# Okay, we warned the user before, he called us again,
# so have it his way.
alcontext='force'
Accept-Line-HandleContext
return
fi
if zstyle -t ":acceptline:${alcontext}" nocompwarn ; then
alcontext='normal'
Accept-Line-HandleContext
else
# prepare warning message for the user, configurable via zstyle.
zstyle -s ":acceptline:${alcontext}" compwarnfmt msg
if [[ -z ${msg} ]] ; then
msg="%c will not execute and completion %f exists."
fi
zformat -f msg "${msg}" "c:${com}" "f:${fname}"
zle -M -- "${msg}"
fi
return
elif [[ -n ${buf//[$' \t\n']##/} ]] ; then
# If we are here, the commandline contains something that is not
# executable, which is neither subject to _command_name correction
# and is not empty. might be a variable assignment
alcontext='misc'
Accept-Line-HandleContext
return
fi
# If we got this far, the commandline only contains whitespace, or is empty.
alcontext='empty'
Accept-Line-HandleContext
}
zle -N accept-line
zle -N Accept-Line
zle -N Accept-Line-HandleContext
# power completion / abbreviation expansion / buffer expansion
# see http://zshwiki.org/home/examples/zleiab for details
# less risky than the global aliases but powerful as well
# just type the abbreviation key and afterwards 'ctrl-x .' to expand it
declare -A abk
setopt extendedglob
setopt interactivecomments
abk=(
# key # value (#d additional doc string)
#A# start
'...' '../..'
'....' '../../..'
'BG' '& exit'
'C' '| wc -l'
'G' '|& grep '${grep_options:+"${grep_options[*]}"}
'H' '| head'
'Hl' ' --help |& less -r' #d (Display help in pager)
'L' '| less'
'LL' '|& less -r'
'M' '| most'
'N' '&>/dev/null' #d (No Output)
'R' '| tr A-z N-za-m' #d (ROT13)
'SL' '| sort | less'
'S' '| sort -u'
'T' '| tail'
'V' '|& vim -'
#A# end
'co' './configure && make && sudo make install'
)
zleiab() {
emulate -L zsh
setopt extendedglob
local MATCH
LBUFFER=${LBUFFER%%(#m)[.\-+:|_a-zA-Z0-9]#}
LBUFFER+=${abk[$MATCH]:-$MATCH}
}
zle -N zleiab
help-show-abk()
{
zle -M "$(print "Available abbreviations for expansion:"; print -a -C 2 ${(kv)abk})"
}
zle -N help-show-abk
# press "ctrl-e d" to insert the actual date in the form yyyy-mm-dd
insert-datestamp() { LBUFFER+=${(%):-'%D{%Y-%m-%d}'}; }
zle -N insert-datestamp
# press esc-m for inserting last typed word again (thanks to caphuso!)
insert-last-typed-word() { zle insert-last-word -- 0 -1 };
zle -N insert-last-typed-word;
function grml-zsh-fg() {
if (( ${#jobstates} )); then
zle .push-input
[[ -o hist_ignore_space ]] && BUFFER=' ' || BUFFER=''
BUFFER="${BUFFER}fg"
zle .accept-line
else
zle -M 'No background jobs. Doing nothing.'
fi
}
zle -N grml-zsh-fg
# run command line as user root via sudo:
sudo-command-line() {
[[ -z $BUFFER ]] && zle up-history
if [[ $BUFFER != sudo\ * ]]; then
BUFFER="sudo $BUFFER"
CURSOR=$(( CURSOR+5 ))
fi
}
zle -N sudo-command-line
### jump behind the first word on the cmdline.
### useful to add options.
function jump_after_first_word() {
local words
words=(${(z)BUFFER})
if (( ${#words} <= 1 )) ; then
CURSOR=${#BUFFER}
else
CURSOR=${#${words[1]}}
fi
}
zle -N jump_after_first_word
#f5# Create directory under cursor or the selected area
inplaceMkDirs() {
# Press ctrl-xM to create the directory under the cursor or the selected area.
# To select an area press ctrl-@ or ctrl-space and use the cursor.
# Use case: you type "mv abc ~/testa/testb/testc/" and remember that the
# directory does not exist yet -> press ctrl-XM and problem solved
local PATHTOMKDIR
if ((REGION_ACTIVE==1)); then
local F=$MARK T=$CURSOR
if [[ $F -gt $T ]]; then
F=${CURSOR}
T=${MARK}
fi
# get marked area from buffer and eliminate whitespace
PATHTOMKDIR=${BUFFER[F+1,T]%%[[:space:]]##}
PATHTOMKDIR=${PATHTOMKDIR##[[:space:]]##}
else
local bufwords iword
bufwords=(${(z)LBUFFER})
iword=${#bufwords}
bufwords=(${(z)BUFFER})
PATHTOMKDIR="${(Q)bufwords[iword]}"
fi
[[ -z "${PATHTOMKDIR}" ]] && return 1
PATHTOMKDIR=${~PATHTOMKDIR}
if [[ -e "${PATHTOMKDIR}" ]]; then
zle -M " path already exists, doing nothing"
else
zle -M "$(mkdir -p -v "${PATHTOMKDIR}")"
zle end-of-line
fi
}
zle -N inplaceMkDirs
#v1# set number of lines to display per page
HELP_LINES_PER_PAGE=20
#v1# set location of help-zle cache file
HELP_ZLE_CACHE_FILE=~/.cache/zsh_help_zle_lines.zsh
# helper function for help-zle, actually generates the help text
help_zle_parse_keybindings()
{
emulate -L zsh
setopt extendedglob
unsetopt ksharrays #indexing starts at 1
#v1# choose files that help-zle will parse for keybindings
((${+HELPZLE_KEYBINDING_FILES})) || HELPZLE_KEYBINDING_FILES=( /etc/zsh/zshrc ~/.zshrc.pre ~/.zshrc ~/.zshrc.local )
if [[ -r $HELP_ZLE_CACHE_FILE ]]; then
local load_cache=0
local f
for f ($HELPZLE_KEYBINDING_FILES) [[ $f -nt $HELP_ZLE_CACHE_FILE ]] && load_cache=1
[[ $load_cache -eq 0 ]] && . $HELP_ZLE_CACHE_FILE && return
fi
#fill with default keybindings, possibly to be overwriten in a file later
#Note that due to zsh inconsistency on escaping assoc array keys, we encase the key in '' which we will remove later
local -A help_zle_keybindings
help_zle_keybindings['<Ctrl>@']="set MARK"
help_zle_keybindings['<Ctrl>x<Ctrl>j']="vi-join lines"
help_zle_keybindings['<Ctrl>x<Ctrl>b']="jump to matching brace"
help_zle_keybindings['<Ctrl>x<Ctrl>u']="undo"
help_zle_keybindings['<Ctrl>_']="undo"
help_zle_keybindings['<Ctrl>x<Ctrl>f<c>']="find <c> in cmdline"
help_zle_keybindings['<Ctrl>a']="goto beginning of line"
help_zle_keybindings['<Ctrl>e']="goto end of line"
help_zle_keybindings['<Ctrl>t']="transpose charaters"
help_zle_keybindings['<Alt>t']="transpose words"
help_zle_keybindings['<Alt>s']="spellcheck word"
help_zle_keybindings['<Ctrl>k']="backward kill buffer"
help_zle_keybindings['<Ctrl>u']="forward kill buffer"
help_zle_keybindings['<Ctrl>y']="insert previously killed word/string"
help_zle_keybindings["<Alt>'"]="quote line"
help_zle_keybindings['<Alt>"']="quote from mark to cursor"
help_zle_keybindings['<Alt><arg>']="repeat next cmd/char <arg> times (<Alt>-<Alt>1<Alt>0a -> -10 times 'a')"
help_zle_keybindings['<Alt>u']="make next word Uppercase"
help_zle_keybindings['<Alt>l']="make next word lowercase"
help_zle_keybindings['<Ctrl>xd']="preview expansion under cursor"
help_zle_keybindings['<Alt>q']="push current CL into background, freeing it. Restore on next CL"
help_zle_keybindings['<Alt>.']="insert (and interate through) last word from prev CLs"
help_zle_keybindings['<Alt>,']="complete word from newer history (consecutive hits)"
help_zle_keybindings['<Alt>m']="repeat last typed word on current CL"
help_zle_keybindings['<Ctrl>v']="insert next keypress symbol literally (e.g. for bindkey)"
help_zle_keybindings['!!:n*<Tab>']="insert last n arguments of last command"
help_zle_keybindings['!!:n-<Tab>']="insert arguments n..N-2 of last command (e.g. mv s s d)"
help_zle_keybindings['<Alt>h']="show help/manpage for current command"
#init global variables
unset help_zle_lines help_zle_sln
typeset -g -a help_zle_lines
typeset -g help_zle_sln=1
local k v f cline
local lastkeybind_desc contents #last description starting with #k# that we found
local num_lines_elapsed=0 #number of lines between last description and keybinding
#search config files in the order they a called (and thus the order in which they overwrite keybindings)
for f in $HELPZLE_KEYBINDING_FILES; do
[[ -r "$f" ]] || continue #not readable ? skip it
contents="$(<$f)"
for cline in "${(f)contents}"; do
#zsh pattern: matches lines like: #k# ..............
if [[ "$cline" == (#s)[[:space:]]#\#k\#[[:space:]]##(#b)(*)[[:space:]]#(#e) ]]; then
lastkeybind_desc="$match[*]"
num_lines_elapsed=0
#zsh pattern: matches lines that set a keybinding using bind2map, bindkey or compdef -k
# ignores lines that are commentend out
# grabs first in '' or "" enclosed string with length between 1 and 6 characters
elif [[ "$cline" == [^#]#(bind2maps[[:space:]](*)-s|bindkey|compdef -k)[[:space:]](*)(#b)(\"((?)(#c1,6))\"|\'((?)(#c1,6))\')(#B)(*) ]]; then
#description prevously found ? description not more than 2 lines away ? keybinding not empty ?
if [[ -n $lastkeybind_desc && $num_lines_elapsed -lt 2 && -n $match[1] ]]; then
#substitute keybinding string with something readable
k=${${${${${${${match[1]/\\e\^h/<Alt><BS>}/\\e\^\?/<Alt><BS>}/\\e\[5~/<PageUp>}/\\e\[6~/<PageDown>}//(\\e|\^\[)/<Alt>}//\^/<Ctrl>}/3~/<Alt><Del>}
#put keybinding in assoc array, possibly overwriting defaults or stuff found in earlier files
#Note that we are extracting the keybinding-string including the quotes (see Note at beginning)
help_zle_keybindings[${k}]=$lastkeybind_desc
fi
lastkeybind_desc=""
else
((num_lines_elapsed++))
fi
done
done
unset contents
#calculate length of keybinding column
local kstrlen=0
for k (${(k)help_zle_keybindings[@]}) ((kstrlen < ${#k})) && kstrlen=${#k}
#convert the assoc array into preformated lines, which we are able to sort
for k v in ${(kv)help_zle_keybindings[@]}; do
#pad keybinding-string to kstrlen chars and remove outermost characters (i.e. the quotes)
help_zle_lines+=("${(r:kstrlen:)k[2,-2]}${v}")
done
#sort lines alphabetically
help_zle_lines=("${(i)help_zle_lines[@]}")
[[ -d ${HELP_ZLE_CACHE_FILE:h} ]] || mkdir -p "${HELP_ZLE_CACHE_FILE:h}"
echo "help_zle_lines=(${(q)help_zle_lines[@]})" >| $HELP_ZLE_CACHE_FILE
zcompile $HELP_ZLE_CACHE_FILE
}
typeset -g help_zle_sln
typeset -g -a help_zle_lines
# Provides (partially autogenerated) help on keybindings and the zsh line editor
help-zle()
{
emulate -L zsh
unsetopt ksharrays #indexing starts at 1
#help lines already generated ? no ? then do it
[[ ${+functions[help_zle_parse_keybindings]} -eq 1 ]] && {help_zle_parse_keybindings && unfunction help_zle_parse_keybindings}
#already displayed all lines ? go back to the start
[[ $help_zle_sln -gt ${#help_zle_lines} ]] && help_zle_sln=1
local sln=$help_zle_sln
#note that help_zle_sln is a global var, meaning we remember the last page we viewed
help_zle_sln=$((help_zle_sln + HELP_LINES_PER_PAGE))
zle -M "${(F)help_zle_lines[sln,help_zle_sln-1]}"
}
zle -N help-zle
## complete word from currently visible Screen or Tmux buffer.
if check_com -c screen || check_com -c tmux; then
_complete_screen_display() {
[[ "$TERM" != "screen" ]] && return 1
local TMPFILE=$(mktemp)
local -U -a _screen_display_wordlist
trap "rm -f $TMPFILE" EXIT
# fill array with contents from screen hardcopy
if ((${+TMUX})); then
#works, but crashes tmux below version 1.4
#luckily tmux -V option to ask for version, was also added in 1.4
tmux -V &>/dev/null || return
tmux -q capture-pane \; save-buffer -b 0 $TMPFILE \; delete-buffer -b 0
else
screen -X hardcopy $TMPFILE
# screen sucks, it dumps in latin1, apparently always. so recode it
# to system charset
check_com recode && recode latin1 $TMPFILE
fi
_screen_display_wordlist=( ${(QQ)$(<$TMPFILE)} )
# remove PREFIX to be completed from that array
_screen_display_wordlist[${_screen_display_wordlist[(i)$PREFIX]}]=""
compadd -a _screen_display_wordlist
}
#m# k CTRL-x\,\,\,S Complete word from GNU screen buffer
bindkey -r "^xS"
compdef -k _complete_screen_display complete-word '^xS'
fi
# Load a few more functions and tie them to widgets, so they can be bound:
function zrcautozle() {
emulate -L zsh
local fnc=$1
zrcautoload $fnc && zle -N $fnc
}
function zrcgotwidget() {
(( ${+widgets[$1]} ))
}
function zrcgotkeymap() {
[[ -n ${(M)keymaps:#$1} ]]
}
zrcautozle insert-files
zrcautozle edit-command-line
zrcautozle insert-unicode-char
if zrcautoload history-search-end; then
zle -N history-beginning-search-backward-end history-search-end
zle -N history-beginning-search-forward-end history-search-end
fi
zle -C hist-complete complete-word _generic
zstyle ':completion:hist-complete:*' completer _history
# The actual terminal setup hooks and bindkey-calls:
# An array to note missing features to ease diagnosis in case of problems.
typeset -ga grml_missing_features
function zrcbindkey() {
if (( ARGC )) && zrcgotwidget ${argv[-1]}; then
bindkey "$@"
fi
}
function bind2maps () {
local i sequence widget
local -a maps
while [[ "$1" != "--" ]]; do
maps+=( "$1" )
shift
done
shift
if [[ "$1" == "-s" ]]; then
shift
sequence="$1"
else
sequence="${key[$1]}"
fi
widget="$2"
[[ -z "$sequence" ]] && return 1
for i in "${maps[@]}"; do
zrcbindkey -M "$i" "$sequence" "$widget"
done
}
if (( ${+terminfo[smkx]} )) && (( ${+terminfo[rmkx]} )); then
function zle-smkx () {
emulate -L zsh
printf '%s' ${terminfo[smkx]}
}
function zle-rmkx () {
emulate -L zsh
printf '%s' ${terminfo[rmkx]}
}
function zle-line-init () {
zle-smkx
}
function zle-line-finish () {
zle-rmkx
}
zle -N zle-line-init
zle -N zle-line-finish
else
for i in {s,r}mkx; do
(( ${+terminfo[$i]} )) || grml_missing_features+=($i)
done
unset i
fi
typeset -A key
key=(
Home "${terminfo[khome]}"
End "${terminfo[kend]}"
Insert "${terminfo[kich1]}"
Delete "${terminfo[kdch1]}"
Up "${terminfo[kcuu1]}"
Down "${terminfo[kcud1]}"
Left "${terminfo[kcub1]}"
Right "${terminfo[kcuf1]}"
PageUp "${terminfo[kpp]}"
PageDown "${terminfo[knp]}"
BackTab "${terminfo[kcbt]}"
)
# Guidelines for adding key bindings:
#
# - Do not add hardcoded escape sequences, to enable non standard key
# combinations such as Ctrl-Meta-Left-Cursor. They are not easily portable.
#
# - Adding Ctrl characters, such as '^b' is okay; note that '^b' and '^B' are
# the same key.
#
# - All keys from the $key[] mapping are obviously okay.
#
# - Most terminals send "ESC x" when Meta-x is pressed. Thus, sequences like
# '\ex' are allowed in here as well.
bind2maps emacs -- Home beginning-of-somewhere
bind2maps viins vicmd -- Home vi-beginning-of-line
bind2maps emacs -- End end-of-somewhere
bind2maps viins vicmd -- End vi-end-of-line
bind2maps emacs viins -- Insert overwrite-mode
bind2maps vicmd -- Insert vi-insert
bind2maps emacs -- Delete delete-char
bind2maps viins vicmd -- Delete vi-delete-char
bind2maps emacs viins vicmd -- Up up-line-or-search
bind2maps emacs viins vicmd -- Down down-line-or-search
bind2maps emacs -- Left backward-char
bind2maps viins vicmd -- Left vi-backward-char
bind2maps emacs -- Right forward-char
bind2maps viins vicmd -- Right vi-forward-char
#k# Perform abbreviation expansion
bind2maps emacs viins -- -s '^x.' zleiab
#k# Display list of abbreviations that would expand
bind2maps emacs viins -- -s '^xb' help-show-abk
#k# mkdir -p <dir> from string under cursor or marked area
bind2maps emacs viins -- -s '^xM' inplaceMkDirs
#k# display help for keybindings and ZLE
bind2maps emacs viins -- -s '^xz' help-zle
#k# Insert files and test globbing
bind2maps emacs viins -- -s "^xf" insert-files
#k# Edit the current line in \kbd{\$EDITOR}
bind2maps emacs viins -- -s '\ee' edit-command-line
#k# search history backward for entry beginning with typed text
bind2maps emacs viins -- -s '^xp' history-beginning-search-backward-end
#k# search history forward for entry beginning with typed text
bind2maps emacs viins -- -s '^xP' history-beginning-search-forward-end
#k# search history backward for entry beginning with typed text
bind2maps emacs viins -- PageUp history-beginning-search-backward-end
#k# search history forward for entry beginning with typed text
bind2maps emacs viins -- PageDown history-beginning-search-forward-end
bind2maps emacs viins -- -s "^x^h" commit-to-history
#k# Kill left-side word or everything up to next slash
bind2maps emacs viins -- -s '\ev' slash-backward-kill-word
#k# Kill left-side word or everything up to next slash
bind2maps emacs viins -- -s '\e^h' slash-backward-kill-word
#k# Kill left-side word or everything up to next slash
bind2maps emacs viins -- -s '\e^?' slash-backward-kill-word
# Do history expansion on space:
bind2maps emacs viins -- -s ' ' magic-space
#k# Trigger menu-complete
bind2maps emacs viins -- -s '\ei' menu-complete # menu completion via esc-i
#k# Insert a timestamp on the command line (yyyy-mm-dd)
bind2maps emacs viins -- -s '^ed' insert-datestamp
#k# Insert last typed word
bind2maps emacs viins -- -s "\em" insert-last-typed-word
#k# A smart shortcut for \kbd{fg<enter>}
bind2maps emacs viins -- -s '^z' grml-zsh-fg
#k# prepend the current command with "sudo"
bind2maps emacs viins -- -s "^os" sudo-command-line
#k# jump to after first word (for adding options)
bind2maps emacs viins -- -s '^x1' jump_after_first_word
#k# complete word from history with menu
bind2maps emacs viins -- -s "^x^x" hist-complete
# insert unicode character
# usage example: 'ctrl-x i' 00A7 'ctrl-x i' will give you an §
# See for example http://unicode.org/charts/ for unicode characters code
#k# Insert Unicode character
bind2maps emacs viins -- -s '^xi' insert-unicode-char
# use the new *-pattern-* widgets for incremental history search
if zrcgotwidget history-incremental-pattern-search-backward; then
for seq wid in '^r' history-incremental-pattern-search-backward \
'^s' history-incremental-pattern-search-forward
do
bind2maps emacs viins vicmd -- -s $seq $wid
done
builtin unset -v seq wid
fi
if zrcgotkeymap menuselect; then
#m# k Shift-tab Perform backwards menu completion
bind2maps menuselect -- BackTab reverse-menu-complete
#k# menu selection: pick item but stay in the menu
bind2maps menuselect -- -s '\e^M' accept-and-menu-complete
# also use + and INSERT since it's easier to press repeatedly
bind2maps menuselect -- -s '+' accept-and-menu-complete
bind2maps menuselect -- Insert accept-and-menu-complete
# accept a completion and try to complete again by using menu
# completion; very useful with completing directories
# by using 'undo' one's got a simple file browser
bind2maps menuselect -- -s '^o' accept-and-infer-next-history
fi
# Finally, here are still a few hardcoded escape sequences; Special sequences
# like Ctrl-<Cursor-key> etc do suck a fair bit, because they are not
# standardised and most of the time are not available in a terminals terminfo
# entry.
#
# While we do not encourage adding bindings like these, we will keep these for
# backward compatibility.
## use Ctrl-left-arrow and Ctrl-right-arrow for jumping to word-beginnings on
## the command line.
# URxvt sequences:
bind2maps emacs viins vicmd -- -s '\eOc' forward-word
bind2maps emacs viins vicmd -- -s '\eOd' backward-word
# These are for xterm:
bind2maps emacs viins vicmd -- -s '\e[1;5C' forward-word
bind2maps emacs viins vicmd -- -s '\e[1;5D' backward-word
## the same for alt-left-arrow and alt-right-arrow
# URxvt again:
bind2maps emacs viins vicmd -- -s '\e\e[C' forward-word
bind2maps emacs viins vicmd -- -s '\e\e[D' backward-word
# Xterm again:
bind2maps emacs viins vicmd -- -s '^[[1;3C' forward-word
bind2maps emacs viins vicmd -- -s '^[[1;3D' backward-word
# Also try ESC Left/Right:
bind2maps emacs viins vicmd -- -s '\e'${key[Right]} forward-word
bind2maps emacs viins vicmd -- -s '\e'${key[Left]} backward-word
# autoloading
zrcautoload zmv
zrcautoload zed
# we don't want to quote/espace URLs on our own...
# if autoload -U url-quote-magic ; then
# zle -N self-insert url-quote-magic
# zstyle ':url-quote-magic:*' url-metas '*?[]^()~#{}='
# else
# print 'Notice: no url-quote-magic available :('
# fi
alias url-quote='autoload -U url-quote-magic ; zle -N self-insert url-quote-magic'
#m# k ESC-h Call \kbd{run-help} for the 1st word on the command line
alias run-help >&/dev/null && unalias run-help
for rh in run-help{,-git,-svk,-svn}; do
zrcautoload $rh
done; unset rh
# command not found handling
(( ${COMMAND_NOT_FOUND} == 1 )) &&
function command_not_found_handler() {
emulate -L zsh
if [[ -x ${GRML_ZSH_CNF_HANDLER} ]] ; then
${GRML_ZSH_CNF_HANDLER} $1
fi
return 1
}
# history
#v#
HISTFILE=${ZDOTDIR:-${HOME}}/.zsh_history
isgrmlcd && HISTSIZE=500 || HISTSIZE=5000
isgrmlcd && SAVEHIST=1000 || SAVEHIST=10000 # useful for setopt append_history
# dirstack handling
DIRSTACKSIZE=${DIRSTACKSIZE:-20}
DIRSTACKFILE=${DIRSTACKFILE:-${ZDOTDIR:-${HOME}}/.zdirs}
if zstyle -T ':grml:chpwd:dirstack' enable; then
typeset -gaU GRML_PERSISTENT_DIRSTACK
function grml_dirstack_filter() {
local -a exclude
local filter entry
if zstyle -s ':grml:chpwd:dirstack' filter filter; then
$filter $1 && return 0
fi
if zstyle -a ':grml:chpwd:dirstack' exclude exclude; then
for entry in "${exclude[@]}"; do
[[ $1 == ${~entry} ]] && return 0
done
fi
return 1
}
chpwd() {
(( $DIRSTACKSIZE <= 0 )) && return
[[ -z $DIRSTACKFILE ]] && return
grml_dirstack_filter $PWD && return
GRML_PERSISTENT_DIRSTACK=(
$PWD "${(@)GRML_PERSISTENT_DIRSTACK[1,$DIRSTACKSIZE]}"
)
builtin print -l ${GRML_PERSISTENT_DIRSTACK} >! ${DIRSTACKFILE}
}
if [[ -f ${DIRSTACKFILE} ]]; then
# Enabling NULL_GLOB via (N) weeds out any non-existing
# directories from the saved dir-stack file.
dirstack=( ${(f)"$(< $DIRSTACKFILE)"}(N) )
# "cd -" won't work after login by just setting $OLDPWD, so
[[ -d $dirstack[1] ]] && cd -q $dirstack[1] && cd -q $OLDPWD
fi
if zstyle -t ':grml:chpwd:dirstack' filter-on-load; then
for i in "${dirstack[@]}"; do
if ! grml_dirstack_filter "$i"; then
GRML_PERSISTENT_DIRSTACK=(
"${GRML_PERSISTENT_DIRSTACK[@]}"
$i
)
fi
done
else
GRML_PERSISTENT_DIRSTACK=( "${dirstack[@]}" )
fi
fi
# directory based profiles
if is433 ; then
# chpwd_profiles(): Directory Profiles, Quickstart:
#
# In .zshrc.local:
#
# zstyle ':chpwd:profiles:/usr/src/grml(|/|/*)' profile grml
# zstyle ':chpwd:profiles:/usr/src/debian(|/|/*)' profile debian
# chpwd_profiles
#
# For details see the `grmlzshrc.5' manual page.
function chpwd_profiles() {
local profile context
local -i reexecute
context=":chpwd:profiles:$PWD"
zstyle -s "$context" profile profile || profile='default'
zstyle -T "$context" re-execute && reexecute=1 || reexecute=0
if (( ${+parameters[CHPWD_PROFILE]} == 0 )); then
typeset -g CHPWD_PROFILE
local CHPWD_PROFILES_INIT=1
(( ${+functions[chpwd_profiles_init]} )) && chpwd_profiles_init
elif [[ $profile != $CHPWD_PROFILE ]]; then
(( ${+functions[chpwd_leave_profile_$CHPWD_PROFILE]} )) \
&& chpwd_leave_profile_${CHPWD_PROFILE}
fi
if (( reexecute )) || [[ $profile != $CHPWD_PROFILE ]]; then
(( ${+functions[chpwd_profile_$profile]} )) && chpwd_profile_${profile}
fi
CHPWD_PROFILE="${profile}"
return 0
}
chpwd_functions=( ${chpwd_functions} chpwd_profiles )
fi # is433
# Prompt setup for grml:
# set colors for use in prompts (modern zshs allow for the use of %F{red}foo%f
# in prompts to get a red "foo" embedded, but it's good to keep these for
# backwards compatibility).
if is437; then
BLUE="%F{blue}"
RED="%F{red}"
GREEN="%F{green}"
CYAN="%F{cyan}"
MAGENTA="%F{magenta}"
YELLOW="%F{yellow}"
WHITE="%F{white}"
NO_COLOR="%f"
elif zrcautoload colors && colors 2>/dev/null ; then
BLUE="%{${fg[blue]}%}"
RED="%{${fg_bold[red]}%}"
GREEN="%{${fg[green]}%}"
CYAN="%{${fg[cyan]}%}"
MAGENTA="%{${fg[magenta]}%}"
YELLOW="%{${fg[yellow]}%}"
WHITE="%{${fg[white]}%}"
NO_COLOR="%{${reset_color}%}"
else
BLUE=$'%{\e[1;34m%}'
RED=$'%{\e[1;31m%}'
GREEN=$'%{\e[1;32m%}'
CYAN=$'%{\e[1;36m%}'
WHITE=$'%{\e[1;37m%}'
MAGENTA=$'%{\e[1;35m%}'
YELLOW=$'%{\e[1;33m%}'
NO_COLOR=$'%{\e[0m%}'
fi
# First, the easy ones: PS2..4:
# secondary prompt, printed when the shell needs more information to complete a
# command.
PS2='\`%_> '
# selection prompt used within a select loop.
PS3='?# '
# the execution trace prompt (setopt xtrace). default: '+%N:%i>'
PS4='+%N:%i:%_> '
# Some additional features to use with our prompt:
#
# - battery status
# - debian_chroot
# - vcs_info setup and version specific fixes
# display battery status on right side of prompt using 'GRML_DISPLAY_BATTERY=1' in .zshrc.pre
battery() {
if [[ $GRML_DISPLAY_BATTERY -gt 0 ]] ; then
if islinux ; then
batterylinux
elif isopenbsd ; then
batteryopenbsd
elif isfreebsd ; then
batteryfreebsd
elif isdarwin ; then
batterydarwin
else
#not yet supported
GRML_DISPLAY_BATTERY=0
fi
fi
}
batterylinux(){
GRML_BATTERY_LEVEL=''
local batteries bat capacity
batteries=( /sys/class/power_supply/BAT*(N) )
if (( $#batteries > 0 )) ; then
for bat in $batteries ; do
capacity=$(< $bat/capacity)
case $(< $bat/status) in
Charging)
GRML_BATTERY_LEVEL+=" ^"
;;
Discharging)
if (( capacity < 20 )) ; then
GRML_BATTERY_LEVEL+=" !v"
else
GRML_BATTERY_LEVEL+=" v"
fi
;;
*) # Full, Unknown
GRML_BATTERY_LEVEL+=" ="
;;
esac
GRML_BATTERY_LEVEL+="${capacity}%%"
done
fi
}
batteryopenbsd(){
GRML_BATTERY_LEVEL=''
local bat batfull batwarn batnow num
for num in 0 1 ; do
bat=$(sysctl -n hw.sensors.acpibat${num} 2>/dev/null)
if [[ -n $bat ]]; then
batfull=${"$(sysctl -n hw.sensors.acpibat${num}.amphour0)"%% *}
batwarn=${"$(sysctl -n hw.sensors.acpibat${num}.amphour1)"%% *}
batnow=${"$(sysctl -n hw.sensors.acpibat${num}.amphour3)"%% *}
case "$(sysctl -n hw.sensors.acpibat${num}.raw0)" in
*" discharging"*)
if (( batnow < batwarn )) ; then
GRML_BATTERY_LEVEL+=" !v"
else
GRML_BATTERY_LEVEL+=" v"
fi
;;
*" charging"*)
GRML_BATTERY_LEVEL+=" ^"
;;
*)
GRML_BATTERY_LEVEL+=" ="
;;
esac
GRML_BATTERY_LEVEL+="${$(( 100 * batnow / batfull ))%%.*}%%"
fi
done
}
batteryfreebsd(){
GRML_BATTERY_LEVEL=''
local num
local -A table
for num in 0 1 ; do
table=( ${=${${${${${(M)${(f)"$(acpiconf -i $num 2>&1)"}:#(State|Remaining capacity):*}%%( ##|%)}//:[ $'\t']##/@}// /-}//@/ }} )
if [[ -n $table ]] && [[ $table[State] != "not-present" ]] ; then
case $table[State] in
*discharging*)
if (( $table[Remaining-capacity] < 20 )) ; then
GRML_BATTERY_LEVEL+=" !v"
else
GRML_BATTERY_LEVEL+=" v"
fi
;;
*charging*)
GRML_BATTERY_LEVEL+=" ^"
;;
*)
GRML_BATTERY_LEVEL+=" ="
;;
esac
GRML_BATTERY_LEVEL+="$table[Remaining-capacity]%%"
fi
done
}
batterydarwin(){
GRML_BATTERY_LEVEL=''
local -a table
table=( ${$(pmset -g ps)[(w)7,8]%%(\%|);} )
if [[ -n $table[2] ]] ; then
case $table[2] in
charging)
GRML_BATTERY_LEVEL+=" ^"
;;
discharging)
if (( $table[1] < 20 )) ; then
GRML_BATTERY_LEVEL+=" !v"
else
GRML_BATTERY_LEVEL+=" v"
fi
;;
*)
GRML_BATTERY_LEVEL+=" ="
;;
esac
GRML_BATTERY_LEVEL+="$table[1]%%"
fi
}
# set variable debian_chroot if running in a chroot with /etc/debian_chroot
if [[ -z "$debian_chroot" ]] && [[ -r /etc/debian_chroot ]] ; then
debian_chroot=$(</etc/debian_chroot)
fi
# gather version control information for inclusion in a prompt
if zrcautoload vcs_info; then
# `vcs_info' in zsh versions 4.3.10 and below have a broken `_realpath'
# function, which can cause a lot of trouble with our directory-based
# profiles. So:
if [[ ${ZSH_VERSION} == 4.3.<-10> ]] ; then
function VCS_INFO_realpath () {
setopt localoptions NO_shwordsplit chaselinks
( builtin cd -q $1 2> /dev/null && pwd; )
}
fi
zstyle ':vcs_info:*' max-exports 2
if [[ -o restricted ]]; then
zstyle ':vcs_info:*' enable NONE
fi
fi
typeset -A grml_vcs_coloured_formats
typeset -A grml_vcs_plain_formats
grml_vcs_plain_formats=(
format "(%s%)-[%b] " "zsh: %r"
actionformat "(%s%)-[%b|%a] " "zsh: %r"
rev-branchformat "%b:%r"
)
grml_vcs_coloured_formats=(
format "${MAGENTA}(${NO_COLOR}%s${MAGENTA})${YELLOW}-${MAGENTA}[${GREEN}%b${MAGENTA}]${NO_COLOR} "
actionformat "${MAGENTA}(${NO_COLOR}%s${MAGENTA})${YELLOW}-${MAGENTA}[${GREEN}%b${YELLOW}|${RED}%a${MAGENTA}]${NO_COLOR} "
rev-branchformat "%b${RED}:${YELLOW}%r"
)
typeset GRML_VCS_COLOUR_MODE=xxx
grml_vcs_info_toggle_colour () {
emulate -L zsh
if [[ $GRML_VCS_COLOUR_MODE == plain ]]; then
grml_vcs_info_set_formats coloured
else
grml_vcs_info_set_formats plain
fi
return 0
}
grml_vcs_info_set_formats () {
emulate -L zsh
#setopt localoptions xtrace
local mode=$1 AF F BF
if [[ $mode == coloured ]]; then
AF=${grml_vcs_coloured_formats[actionformat]}
F=${grml_vcs_coloured_formats[format]}
BF=${grml_vcs_coloured_formats[rev-branchformat]}
GRML_VCS_COLOUR_MODE=coloured
else
AF=${grml_vcs_plain_formats[actionformat]}
F=${grml_vcs_plain_formats[format]}
BF=${grml_vcs_plain_formats[rev-branchformat]}
GRML_VCS_COLOUR_MODE=plain
fi
zstyle ':vcs_info:*' actionformats "$AF" "zsh: %r"
zstyle ':vcs_info:*' formats "$F" "zsh: %r"
zstyle ':vcs_info:(sv[nk]|bzr):*' branchformat "$BF"
return 0
}
# Change vcs_info formats for the grml prompt. The 2nd format sets up
# $vcs_info_msg_1_ to contain "zsh: repo-name" used to set our screen title.
if [[ "$TERM" == dumb ]] ; then
grml_vcs_info_set_formats plain
else
grml_vcs_info_set_formats coloured
fi
# Now for the fun part: The grml prompt themes in `promptsys' mode of operation
# This actually defines three prompts:
#
# - grml
# - grml-large
# - grml-chroot
#
# They all share the same code and only differ with respect to which items they
# contain. The main source of documentation is the `prompt_grml_help' function
# below, which gets called when the user does this: prompt -h grml
function prompt_grml_help () {
<<__EOF0__
prompt grml
This is the prompt as used by the grml-live system <http://grml.org>. It is
a rather simple one-line prompt, that by default looks something like this:
<user>@<host> <current-working-directory>[ <vcs_info-data>]%
The prompt itself integrates with zsh's prompt themes system (as you are
witnessing right now) and is configurable to a certain degree. In
particular, these aspects are customisable:
- The items used in the prompt (e.g. you can remove \`user' from
the list of activated items, which will cause the user name to
be omitted from the prompt string).
- The attributes used with the items are customisable via strings
used before and after the actual item.
The available items are: at, battery, change-root, date, grml-chroot,
history, host, jobs, newline, path, percent, rc, rc-always, sad-smiley,
shell-level, time, user, vcs
The actual configuration is done via zsh's \`zstyle' mechanism. The
context, that is used while looking up styles is:
':prompt:grml:<left-or-right>:<subcontext>'
Here <left-or-right> is either \`left' or \`right', signifying whether the
style should affect the left or the right prompt. <subcontext> is either
\`setup' or 'items:<item>', where \`<item>' is one of the available items.
The styles:
- use-rprompt (boolean): If \`true' (the default), print a sad smiley
in $RPROMPT if the last command a returned non-successful error code.
(This in only valid if <left-or-right> is "right"; ignored otherwise)
- items (list): The list of items used in the prompt. If \`vcs' is
present in the list, the theme's code invokes \`vcs_info'
accordingly. Default (left): rc change-root user at host path vcs
percent; Default (right): sad-smiley
Available styles in 'items:<item>' are: pre, post. These are strings that
are inserted before (pre) and after (post) the item in question. Thus, the
following would cause the user name to be printed in red instead of the
default blue:
zstyle ':prompt:grml:*:items:user' pre '%F{red}'
Note, that the \`post' style may remain at its default value, because its
default value is '%f', which turns the foreground text attribute off (which
is exactly, what is still required with the new \`pre' value).
__EOF0__
}
function prompt_grml-chroot_help () {
<<__EOF0__
prompt grml-chroot
This is a variation of the grml prompt, see: prompt -h grml
The main difference is the default value of the \`items' style. The rest
behaves exactly the same. Here are the defaults for \`grml-chroot':
- left: grml-chroot user at host path percent
- right: (empty list)
__EOF0__
}
function prompt_grml-large_help () {
<<__EOF0__
prompt grml-large
This is a variation of the grml prompt, see: prompt -h grml
The main difference is the default value of the \`items' style. In
particular, this theme uses _two_ lines instead of one with the plain
\`grml' theme. The rest behaves exactly the same. Here are the defaults
for \`grml-large':
- left: rc jobs history shell-level change-root time date newline user
at host path vcs percent
- right: sad-smiley
__EOF0__
}
function grml_prompt_setup () {
emulate -L zsh
autoload -Uz vcs_info
# The following autoload is disabled for now, since this setup includes a
# static version of the ‘add-zsh-hook’ function above. It needs to be
# reenabled as soon as that static definition is removed again.
#autoload -Uz add-zsh-hook
add-zsh-hook precmd prompt_$1_precmd
}
function prompt_grml_setup () {
grml_prompt_setup grml
}
function prompt_grml-chroot_setup () {
grml_prompt_setup grml-chroot
}
function prompt_grml-large_setup () {
grml_prompt_setup grml-large
}
# These maps define default tokens and pre-/post-decoration for items to be
# used within the themes. All defaults may be customised in a context sensitive
# matter by using zsh's `zstyle' mechanism.
typeset -gA grml_prompt_pre_default \
grml_prompt_post_default \
grml_prompt_token_default \
grml_prompt_token_function
grml_prompt_pre_default=(
at ''
battery ' '
change-root ''
date '%F{blue}'
grml-chroot '%F{red}'
history '%F{green}'
host ''
jobs '%F{cyan}'
newline ''
path '%B'
percent ''
rc '%B%F{red}'
rc-always ''
sad-smiley ''
shell-level '%F{red}'
time '%F{blue}'
user '%B%F{blue}'
vcs ''
)
grml_prompt_post_default=(
at ''
battery ''
change-root ''
date '%f'
grml-chroot '%f '
history '%f'
host ''
jobs '%f'
newline ''
path '%b'
percent ''
rc '%f%b'
rc-always ''
sad-smiley ''
shell-level '%f'
time '%f'
user '%f%b'
vcs ''
)
grml_prompt_token_default=(
at '@'
battery 'GRML_BATTERY_LEVEL'
change-root 'debian_chroot'
date '%D{%Y-%m-%d}'
grml-chroot 'GRML_CHROOT'
history '{history#%!} '
host '%m '
jobs '[%j running job(s)] '
newline $'\n'
path '%40<..<%~%<< '
percent '%# '
rc '%(?..%? )'
rc-always '%?'
sad-smiley '%(?..:()'
shell-level '%(3L.+ .)'
time '%D{%H:%M:%S} '
user '%n'
vcs '0'
)
function grml_theme_has_token () {
if (( ARGC != 1 )); then
printf 'usage: grml_theme_has_token <name>\n'
return 1
fi
(( ${+grml_prompt_token_default[$1]} ))
}
function GRML_theme_add_token_usage () {
<<__EOF0__
Usage: grml_theme_add_token <name> [-f|-i] <token/function> [<pre> <post>]
<name> is the name for the newly added token. If the \`-f' or \`-i' options
are used, <token/function> is the name of the function (see below for
details). Otherwise it is the literal token string to be used. <pre> and
<post> are optional.
Options:
-f <function> Use a function named \`<function>' each time the token
is to be expanded.
-i <function> Use a function named \`<function>' to initialise the
value of the token _once_ at runtime.
The functions are called with one argument: the token's new name. The
return value is expected in the \$REPLY parameter. The use of these
options is mutually exclusive.
There is a utility function \`grml_theme_has_token', which you can use
to test if a token exists before trying to add it. This can be a guard
for situations in which a \`grml_theme_add_token' call may happen more
than once.
Example:
To add a new token \`day' that expands to the current weekday in the
current locale in green foreground colour, use this:
grml_theme_add_token day '%D{%A}' '%F{green}' '%f'
Another example would be support for \$VIRTUAL_ENV:
function virtual_env_prompt () {
REPLY=\${VIRTUAL_ENV+\${VIRTUAL_ENV:t} }
}
grml_theme_add_token virtual-env -f virtual_env_prompt
After that, you will be able to use a changed \`items' style to
assemble your prompt.
__EOF0__
}
function grml_theme_add_token () {
emulate -L zsh
local name token pre post
local -i init funcall
if (( ARGC == 0 )); then
GRML_theme_add_token_usage
return 0
fi
init=0
funcall=0
pre=''
post=''
name=$1
shift
if [[ $1 == '-f' ]]; then
funcall=1
shift
elif [[ $1 == '-i' ]]; then
init=1
shift
fi
if (( ARGC == 0 )); then
printf '
grml_theme_add_token: No token-string/function-name provided!\n\n'
GRML_theme_add_token_usage
return 1
fi
token=$1
shift
if (( ARGC != 0 && ARGC != 2 )); then
printf '
grml_theme_add_token: <pre> and <post> need to by specified _both_!\n\n'
GRML_theme_add_token_usage
return 1
fi
if (( ARGC )); then
pre=$1
post=$2
shift 2
fi
if grml_theme_has_token $name; then
printf '
grml_theme_add_token: Token `%s'\'' exists! Giving up!\n\n' $name
GRML_theme_add_token_usage
return 2
fi
if (( init )); then
$token $name
token=$REPLY
fi
grml_prompt_pre_default[$name]=$pre
grml_prompt_post_default[$name]=$post
if (( funcall )); then
grml_prompt_token_function[$name]=$token
grml_prompt_token_default[$name]=23
else
grml_prompt_token_default[$name]=$token
fi
}
function grml_typeset_and_wrap () {
emulate -L zsh
local target="$1"
local new="$2"
local left="$3"
local right="$4"
if (( ${+parameters[$new]} )); then
typeset -g "${target}=${(P)target}${left}${(P)new}${right}"
fi
}
function grml_prompt_addto () {
emulate -L zsh
local target="$1"
local lr it apre apost new v
local -a items
shift
[[ $target == PS1 ]] && lr=left || lr=right
zstyle -a ":prompt:${grmltheme}:${lr}:setup" items items || items=( "$@" )
typeset -g "${target}="
for it in "${items[@]}"; do
zstyle -s ":prompt:${grmltheme}:${lr}:items:$it" pre apre \
|| apre=${grml_prompt_pre_default[$it]}
zstyle -s ":prompt:${grmltheme}:${lr}:items:$it" post apost \
|| apost=${grml_prompt_post_default[$it]}
zstyle -s ":prompt:${grmltheme}:${lr}:items:$it" token new \
|| new=${grml_prompt_token_default[$it]}
typeset -g "${target}=${(P)target}${apre}"
if (( ${+grml_prompt_token_function[$it]} )); then
${grml_prompt_token_function[$it]} $it
typeset -g "${target}=${(P)target}${REPLY}"
else
case $it in
battery)
grml_typeset_and_wrap $target $new '' ''
;;
change-root)
grml_typeset_and_wrap $target $new '(' ')'
;;
grml-chroot)
if [[ -n ${(P)new} ]]; then
typeset -g "${target}=${(P)target}(CHROOT)"
fi
;;
vcs)
v="vcs_info_msg_${new}_"
if (( ! vcscalled )); then
vcs_info
vcscalled=1
fi
if (( ${+parameters[$v]} )) && [[ -n "${(P)v}" ]]; then
typeset -g "${target}=${(P)target}${(P)v}"
fi
;;
*) typeset -g "${target}=${(P)target}${new}" ;;
esac
fi
typeset -g "${target}=${(P)target}${apost}"
done
}
function prompt_grml_precmd () {
emulate -L zsh
local grmltheme=grml
local -a left_items right_items
left_items=(rc change-root user at host path vcs percent)
right_items=(sad-smiley)
prompt_grml_precmd_worker
}
function prompt_grml-chroot_precmd () {
emulate -L zsh
local grmltheme=grml-chroot
local -a left_items right_items
left_items=(grml-chroot user at host path percent)
right_items=()
prompt_grml_precmd_worker
}
function prompt_grml-large_precmd () {
emulate -L zsh
local grmltheme=grml-large
local -a left_items right_items
left_items=(rc jobs history shell-level change-root time date newline
user at host path vcs percent)
right_items=(sad-smiley)
prompt_grml_precmd_worker
}
function prompt_grml_precmd_worker () {
emulate -L zsh
local -i vcscalled=0
grml_prompt_addto PS1 "${left_items[@]}"
if zstyle -T ":prompt:${grmltheme}:right:setup" use-rprompt; then
grml_prompt_addto RPS1 "${right_items[@]}"
fi
}
grml_prompt_fallback() {
setopt prompt_subst
precmd() {
(( ${+functions[vcs_info]} )) && vcs_info
}
p0="${RED}%(?..%? )${WHITE}${debian_chroot:+($debian_chroot)}"
p1="${BLUE}%n${NO_COLOR}@%m %40<...<%B%~%b%<< "'${vcs_info_msg_0_}'"%# "
if (( EUID == 0 )); then
PROMPT="${BLUE}${p0}${RED}${p1}"
else
PROMPT="${RED}${p0}${BLUE}${p1}"
fi
unset p0 p1
}
if zrcautoload promptinit && promptinit 2>/dev/null ; then
# Since we define the required functions in here and not in files in
# $fpath, we need to stick the theme's name into `$prompt_themes'
# ourselves, since promptinit does not pick them up otherwise.
prompt_themes+=( grml grml-chroot grml-large )
# Also, keep the array sorted...
prompt_themes=( "${(@on)prompt_themes}" )
else
print 'Notice: no promptinit available :('
grml_prompt_fallback
fi
if is437; then
# The prompt themes use modern features of zsh, that require at least
# version 4.3.7 of the shell. Use the fallback otherwise.
if [[ $GRML_DISPLAY_BATTERY -gt 0 ]]; then
zstyle ':prompt:grml:right:setup' items sad-smiley battery
add-zsh-hook precmd battery
fi
if [[ "$TERM" == dumb ]] ; then
zstyle ":prompt:grml(|-large|-chroot):*:items:grml-chroot" pre ''
zstyle ":prompt:grml(|-large|-chroot):*:items:grml-chroot" post ' '
for i in rc user path jobs history date time shell-level; do
zstyle ":prompt:grml(|-large|-chroot):*:items:$i" pre ''
zstyle ":prompt:grml(|-large|-chroot):*:items:$i" post ''
done
unset i
zstyle ':prompt:grml(|-large|-chroot):right:setup' use-rprompt false
elif (( EUID == 0 )); then
zstyle ':prompt:grml(|-large|-chroot):*:items:user' pre '%B%F{red}'
fi
# Finally enable one of the prompts.
if [[ -n $GRML_CHROOT ]]; then
prompt grml-chroot
elif [[ $GRMLPROMPT -gt 0 ]]; then
prompt grml-large
else
prompt grml
fi
else
grml_prompt_fallback
fi
# Terminal-title wizardry
function ESC_print () {
info_print $'\ek' $'\e\\' "$@"
}
function set_title () {
info_print $'\e]0;' $'\a' "$@"
}
function info_print () {
local esc_begin esc_end
esc_begin="$1"
esc_end="$2"
shift 2
printf '%s' ${esc_begin}
printf '%s' "$*"
printf '%s' "${esc_end}"
}
function grml_reset_screen_title () {
# adjust title of xterm
# see http://www.faqs.org/docs/Linux-mini/Xterm-Title.html
[[ ${NOTITLE:-} -gt 0 ]] && return 0
case $TERM in
(xterm*|rxvt*)
set_title ${(%):-"%n@%m: %~"}
;;
esac
}
function grml_vcs_to_screen_title () {
if [[ $TERM == screen* ]] ; then
if [[ -n ${vcs_info_msg_1_} ]] ; then
ESC_print ${vcs_info_msg_1_}
else
ESC_print "zsh"
fi
fi
}
function grml_maintain_name () {
# set hostname if not running on host with name 'grml'
if [[ -n "$HOSTNAME" ]] && [[ "$HOSTNAME" != $(hostname) ]] ; then
NAME="@$HOSTNAME"
fi
}
function grml_cmd_to_screen_title () {
# get the name of the program currently running and hostname of local
# machine set screen window title if running in a screen
if [[ "$TERM" == screen* ]] ; then
local CMD="${1[(wr)^(*=*|sudo|ssh|-*)]}$NAME"
ESC_print ${CMD}
fi
}
function grml_control_xterm_title () {
case $TERM in
(xterm*|rxvt*)
set_title "${(%):-"%n@%m:"}" "$1"
;;
esac
}
# The following autoload is disabled for now, since this setup includes a
# static version of the ‘add-zsh-hook’ function above. It needs to be
# reenabled as soon as that static definition is removed again.
#zrcautoload add-zsh-hook || add-zsh-hook () { :; }
if [[ $NOPRECMD -eq 0 ]]; then
add-zsh-hook precmd grml_reset_screen_title
add-zsh-hook precmd grml_vcs_to_screen_title
add-zsh-hook preexec grml_maintain_name
add-zsh-hook preexec grml_cmd_to_screen_title
if [[ $NOTITLE -eq 0 ]]; then
add-zsh-hook preexec grml_control_xterm_title
fi
fi
# 'hash' some often used directories
#d# start
hash -d deb=/var/cache/apt/archives
hash -d doc=/usr/share/doc
hash -d linux=/lib/modules/$(command uname -r)/build/
hash -d log=/var/log
hash -d slog=/var/log/syslog
hash -d src=/usr/src
hash -d www=/var/www
#d# end
# some aliases
if check_com -c screen ; then
if [[ $UID -eq 0 ]] ; then
if [[ -r /etc/grml/screenrc ]]; then
alias screen='screen -c /etc/grml/screenrc'
fi
elif [[ ! -r $HOME/.screenrc ]] ; then
if [[ -r /etc/grml/screenrc_grml ]]; then
alias screen='screen -c /etc/grml/screenrc_grml'
else
if [[ -r /etc/grml/screenrc ]]; then
alias screen='screen -c /etc/grml/screenrc'
fi
fi
fi
fi
# do we have GNU ls with color-support?
if [[ "$TERM" != dumb ]]; then
#a1# List files with colors (\kbd{ls \ldots})
alias ls="command ls ${ls_options:+${ls_options[*]}}"
#a1# List all files, with colors (\kbd{ls -la \ldots})
alias la="command ls -la ${ls_options:+${ls_options[*]}}"
#a1# List files with long colored list, without dotfiles (\kbd{ls -l \ldots})
alias ll="command ls -l ${ls_options:+${ls_options[*]}}"
#a1# List files with long colored list, human readable sizes (\kbd{ls -hAl \ldots})
alias lh="command ls -hAl ${ls_options:+${ls_options[*]}}"
#a1# List files with long colored list, append qualifier to filenames (\kbd{ls -l \ldots})\\&\quad(\kbd{/} for directories, \kbd{@} for symlinks ...)
alias l="command ls -l ${ls_options:+${ls_options[*]}}"
else
alias la='command ls -la'
alias ll='command ls -l'
alias lh='command ls -hAl'
alias l='command ls -l'
fi
alias mdstat='cat /proc/mdstat'
alias ...='cd ../../'
# generate alias named "$KERNELVERSION-reboot" so you can use boot with kexec:
if [[ -x /sbin/kexec ]] && [[ -r /proc/cmdline ]] ; then
alias "$(uname -r)-reboot"="kexec -l --initrd=/boot/initrd.img-"$(uname -r)" --command-line=\"$(cat /proc/cmdline)\" /boot/vmlinuz-"$(uname -r)""
fi
# see http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~mgk25/unicode.html#term for details
alias term2iso="echo 'Setting terminal to iso mode' ; print -n '\e%@'"
alias term2utf="echo 'Setting terminal to utf-8 mode'; print -n '\e%G'"
# make sure it is not assigned yet
[[ -n ${aliases[utf2iso]} ]] && unalias utf2iso
utf2iso() {
if isutfenv ; then
local ENV
for ENV in $(env | command grep -i '.utf') ; do
eval export "$(echo $ENV | sed 's/UTF-8/iso885915/ ; s/utf8/iso885915/')"
done
fi
}
# make sure it is not assigned yet
[[ -n ${aliases[iso2utf]} ]] && unalias iso2utf
iso2utf() {
if ! isutfenv ; then
local ENV
for ENV in $(env | command grep -i '\.iso') ; do
eval export "$(echo $ENV | sed 's/iso.*/UTF-8/ ; s/ISO.*/UTF-8/')"
done
fi
}
# especially for roadwarriors using GNU screen and ssh:
if ! check_com asc &>/dev/null ; then
asc() { autossh -t "$@" 'screen -RdU' }
compdef asc=ssh
fi
#f1# Hints for the use of zsh on grml
zsh-help() {
print "$bg[white]$fg[black]
zsh-help - hints for use of zsh on grml
=======================================$reset_color"
print '
Main configuration of zsh happens in /etc/zsh/zshrc.
That file is part of the package grml-etc-core, if you want to
use them on a non-grml-system just get the tar.gz from
http://deb.grml.org/ or (preferably) get it from the git repository:
http://git.grml.org/f/grml-etc-core/etc/zsh/zshrc
This version of grml'\''s zsh setup does not use skel/.zshrc anymore.
The file is still there, but it is empty for backwards compatibility.
For your own changes use these two files:
$HOME/.zshrc.pre
$HOME/.zshrc.local
The former is sourced very early in our zshrc, the latter is sourced
very lately.
System wide configuration without touching configuration files of grml
can take place in /etc/zsh/zshrc.local.
For information regarding zsh start at http://grml.org/zsh/
Take a look at grml'\''s zsh refcard:
% xpdf =(zcat /usr/share/doc/grml-docs/zsh/grml-zsh-refcard.pdf.gz)
Check out the main zsh refcard:
% '$BROWSER' http://www.bash2zsh.com/zsh_refcard/refcard.pdf
And of course visit the zsh-lovers:
% man zsh-lovers
You can adjust some options through environment variables when
invoking zsh without having to edit configuration files.
Basically meant for bash users who are not used to the power of
the zsh yet. :)
"NOCOR=1 zsh" => deactivate automatic correction
"NOMENU=1 zsh" => do not use auto menu completion
(note: use ctrl-d for completion instead!)
"NOPRECMD=1 zsh" => disable the precmd + preexec commands (set GNU screen title)
"NOTITLE=1 zsh" => disable setting the title of xterms without disabling
preexec() and precmd() completely
"GRML_DISPLAY_BATTERY=1 zsh"
=> activate battery status on right side of prompt (WIP)
"COMMAND_NOT_FOUND=1 zsh"
=> Enable a handler if an external command was not found
The command called in the handler can be altered by setting
the GRML_ZSH_CNF_HANDLER variable, the default is:
"/usr/share/command-not-found/command-not-found"
A value greater than 0 is enables a feature; a value equal to zero
disables it. If you like one or the other of these settings, you can
add them to ~/.zshrc.pre to ensure they are set when sourcing grml'\''s
zshrc.'
print "
$bg[white]$fg[black]
Please report wishes + bugs to the grml-team: http://grml.org/bugs/
Enjoy your grml system with the zsh!$reset_color"
}
# debian stuff
if [[ -r /etc/debian_version ]] ; then
#a3# Execute \kbd{apt-cache search}
alias acs='apt-cache search'
#a3# Execute \kbd{apt-cache show}
alias acsh='apt-cache show'
#a3# Execute \kbd{apt-cache policy}
alias acp='apt-cache policy'
#a3# Execute \kbd{apt-get dist-upgrade}
salias adg="apt-get dist-upgrade"
#a3# Execute \kbd{apt-get install}
salias agi="apt-get install"
#a3# Execute \kbd{aptitude install}
salias ati="aptitude install"
#a3# Execute \kbd{apt-get upgrade}
salias ag="apt-get upgrade"
#a3# Execute \kbd{apt-get update}
salias au="apt-get update"
#a3# Execute \kbd{aptitude update ; aptitude safe-upgrade}
salias -a up="aptitude update ; aptitude safe-upgrade"
#a3# Execute \kbd{dpkg-buildpackage}
alias dbp='dpkg-buildpackage'
#a3# Execute \kbd{grep-excuses}
alias ge='grep-excuses'
# get a root shell as normal user in live-cd mode:
if isgrmlcd && [[ $UID -ne 0 ]] ; then
alias su="sudo su"
fi
#a1# Take a look at the syslog: \kbd{\$PAGER /var/log/syslog}
salias llog="$PAGER /var/log/syslog" # take a look at the syslog
#a1# Take a look at the syslog: \kbd{tail -f /var/log/syslog}
salias tlog="tail -f /var/log/syslog" # follow the syslog
fi
# sort installed Debian-packages by size
if check_com -c dpkg-query ; then
#a3# List installed Debian-packages sorted by size
alias debs-by-size="dpkg-query -Wf 'x \${Installed-Size} \${Package} \${Status}\n' | sed -ne '/^x /d' -e '/^x \(.*\) install ok installed$/s//\1/p' | sort -nr"
fi
# if cdrecord is a symlink (to wodim) or isn't present at all warn:
if [[ -L /usr/bin/cdrecord ]] || ! check_com -c cdrecord; then
if check_com -c wodim; then
cdrecord() {
<<__EOF0__
cdrecord is not provided under its original name by Debian anymore.
See #377109 in the BTS of Debian for more details.
Please use the wodim binary instead
__EOF0__
return 1
}
fi
fi
if isgrmlcd; then
# No core dumps: important for a live-cd-system
limit -s core 0
fi
# grmlstuff
grmlstuff() {
# people should use 'grml-x'!
if check_com -c 915resolution; then
855resolution() {
echo "Please use 915resolution as resolution modifying tool for Intel \
graphic chipset."
return -1
}
fi
#a1# Output version of running grml
alias grml-version='cat /etc/grml_version'
if check_com -c grml-debootstrap ; then
debian2hd() {
echo "Installing debian to harddisk is possible by using grml-debootstrap."
return 1
}
fi
}
# now run the functions
isgrml && checkhome
is4 && isgrml && grmlstuff
is4 && grmlcomp
# keephack
is4 && xsource "/etc/zsh/keephack"
# wonderful idea of using "e" glob qualifier by Peter Stephenson
# You use it as follows:
# $ NTREF=/reference/file
# $ ls -l *(e:nt:)
# This lists all the files in the current directory newer than the reference file.
# You can also specify the reference file inline; note quotes:
# $ ls -l *(e:'nt ~/.zshenv':)
is4 && nt() {
if [[ -n $1 ]] ; then
local NTREF=${~1}
fi
[[ $REPLY -nt $NTREF ]]
}
# shell functions
#f1# Reload an autoloadable function
freload() { while (( $# )); do; unfunction $1; autoload -U $1; shift; done }
compdef _functions freload
#
# Usage:
#
# e.g.: a -> b -> c -> d ....
#
# sll a
#
#
# if parameter is given with leading '=', lookup $PATH for parameter and resolve that
#
# sll =java
#
# Note: limit for recursive symlinks on linux:
# http://git.kernel.org/cgit/linux/kernel/git/torvalds/linux.git/tree/fs/namei.c?id=refs/heads/master#l808
# This limits recursive symlink follows to 8,
# while limiting consecutive symlinks to 40.
#
# When resolving and displaying information about symlinks, no check is made
# that the displayed information does make any sense on your OS.
# We leave that decission to the user.
#
# The zstat module is used to detect symlink loops. zstat is available since zsh4.
# With an older zsh you will need to abort with <C-c> in that case.
# When a symlink loop is detected, a warning ist printed and further processing is stopped.
#
# Module zstat is loaded by default in grml zshrc, no extra action needed for that.
#
# Known bugs:
# If you happen to come accross a symlink that points to a destination on an other partition
# with the same inode number, that will be marked as symlink loop though it is not.
# Two hints for this situation:
# I) Play lottery the same day, as you seem to be rather lucky right now.
# II) Send patches.
#
# return status:
# 0 upon success
# 1 file/dir not accesible
# 2 symlink loop detected
#
#f1# List symlinks in detail (more detailed version of 'readlink -f', 'whence -s' and 'namei -l')
sll() {
if [[ -z ${1} ]] ; then
printf 'Usage: %s <symlink(s)>\n' "${0}"
return 1
fi
local file jumpd curdir
local -i RTN LINODE i
local -a SEENINODES
curdir="${PWD}"
RTN=0
for file in "${@}" ; do
SEENINODES=()
ls -l "${file:a}" || RTN=1
while [[ -h "$file" ]] ; do
if is4 ; then
LINODE=$(zstat -L +inode "${file}")
for i in ${SEENINODES} ; do
if (( ${i} == ${LINODE} )) ; then
builtin cd "${curdir}"
print "link loop detected, aborting!"
return 2
fi
done
SEENINODES+=${LINODE}
fi
jumpd="${file:h}"
file="${file:t}"
if [[ -d ${jumpd} ]] ; then
builtin cd "${jumpd}" || RTN=1
fi
file=$(readlink "$file")
jumpd="${file:h}"
file="${file:t}"
if [[ -d ${jumpd} ]] ; then
builtin cd "${jumpd}" || RTN=1
fi
ls -l "${PWD}/${file}" || RTN=1
done
shift 1
if (( ${#} >= 1 )) ; then
print ""
fi
builtin cd "${curdir}"
done
return ${RTN}
}
# TODO: Is it supported to use pager settings like this?
# PAGER='less -Mr' - If so, the use of $PAGER here needs fixing
# with respect to wordsplitting. (ie. ${=PAGER})
if check_com -c $PAGER ; then
#f3# View Debian's changelog of given package(s)
dchange() {
emulate -L zsh
[[ -z "$1" ]] && printf 'Usage: %s <package_name(s)>\n' "$0" && return 1
local package
for package in "$@" ; do
if [[ -r /usr/share/doc/${package}/changelog.Debian.gz ]] ; then
$PAGER /usr/share/doc/${package}/changelog.Debian.gz
elif [[ -r /usr/share/doc/${package}/changelog.gz ]] ; then
$PAGER /usr/share/doc/${package}/changelog.gz
elif [[ -r /usr/share/doc/${package}/changelog ]] ; then
$PAGER /usr/share/doc/${package}/changelog
else
if check_com -c aptitude ; then
echo "No changelog for package $package found, using aptitude to retrieve it."
aptitude changelog "$package"
elif check_com -c apt-get ; then
echo "No changelog for package $package found, using apt-get to retrieve it."
apt-get changelog "$package"
else
echo "No changelog for package $package found, sorry."
fi
fi
done
}
_dchange() { _files -W /usr/share/doc -/ }
compdef _dchange dchange
#f3# View Debian's NEWS of a given package
dnews() {
emulate -L zsh
if [[ -r /usr/share/doc/$1/NEWS.Debian.gz ]] ; then
$PAGER /usr/share/doc/$1/NEWS.Debian.gz
else
if [[ -r /usr/share/doc/$1/NEWS.gz ]] ; then
$PAGER /usr/share/doc/$1/NEWS.gz
else
echo "No NEWS file for package $1 found, sorry."
return 1
fi
fi
}
_dnews() { _files -W /usr/share/doc -/ }
compdef _dnews dnews
#f3# View Debian's copyright of a given package
dcopyright() {
emulate -L zsh
if [[ -r /usr/share/doc/$1/copyright ]] ; then
$PAGER /usr/share/doc/$1/copyright
else
echo "No copyright file for package $1 found, sorry."
return 1
fi
}
_dcopyright() { _files -W /usr/share/doc -/ }
compdef _dcopyright dcopyright
#f3# View upstream's changelog of a given package
uchange() {
emulate -L zsh
if [[ -r /usr/share/doc/$1/changelog.gz ]] ; then
$PAGER /usr/share/doc/$1/changelog.gz
else
echo "No changelog for package $1 found, sorry."
return 1
fi
}
_uchange() { _files -W /usr/share/doc -/ }
compdef _uchange uchange
fi
# zsh profiling
profile() {
ZSH_PROFILE_RC=1 zsh "$@"
}
#f1# Edit an alias via zle
edalias() {
[[ -z "$1" ]] && { echo "Usage: edalias <alias_to_edit>" ; return 1 } || vared aliases'[$1]' ;
}
compdef _aliases edalias
#f1# Edit a function via zle
edfunc() {
[[ -z "$1" ]] && { echo "Usage: edfunc <function_to_edit>" ; return 1 } || zed -f "$1" ;
}
compdef _functions edfunc
# use it e.g. via 'Restart apache2'
#m# f6 Start() \kbd{service \em{process}}\quad\kbd{start}
#m# f6 Restart() \kbd{service \em{process}}\quad\kbd{restart}
#m# f6 Stop() \kbd{service \em{process}}\quad\kbd{stop}
#m# f6 Reload() \kbd{service \em{process}}\quad\kbd{reload}
#m# f6 Force-Reload() \kbd{service \em{process}}\quad\kbd{force-reload}
#m# f6 Status() \kbd{service \em{process}}\quad\kbd{status}
if [[ -d /etc/init.d || -d /etc/service ]] ; then
__start_stop() {
local action_="${1:l}" # e.g Start/Stop/Restart
local service_="$2"
local param_="$3"
local service_target_="$(readlink /etc/init.d/$service_)"
if [[ $service_target_ == "/usr/bin/sv" ]]; then
# runit
case "${action_}" in
start) if [[ ! -e /etc/service/$service_ ]]; then
$SUDO ln -s "/etc/sv/$service_" "/etc/service/"
else
$SUDO "/etc/init.d/$service_" "${action_}" "$param_"
fi ;;
# there is no reload in runits sysv emulation
reload) $SUDO "/etc/init.d/$service_" "force-reload" "$param_" ;;
*) $SUDO "/etc/init.d/$service_" "${action_}" "$param_" ;;
esac
else
# sysv/sysvinit-utils, upstart
if check_com -c service ; then
$SUDO service "$service_" "${action_}" "$param_"
else
$SUDO "/etc/init.d/$service_" "${action_}" "$param_"
fi
fi
}
_grmlinitd() {
local -a scripts
scripts=( /etc/init.d/*(x:t) )
_describe "service startup script" scripts
}
for i in Start Restart Stop Force-Reload Reload Status ; do
eval "$i() { __start_stop $i \"\$1\" \"\$2\" ; }"
compdef _grmlinitd $i
done
builtin unset -v i
fi
#f1# Provides useful information on globbing
H-Glob() {
echo -e "
/ directories
. plain files
@ symbolic links
= sockets
p named pipes (FIFOs)
* executable plain files (0100)
% device files (character or block special)
%b block special files
%c character special files
r owner-readable files (0400)
w owner-writable files (0200)
x owner-executable files (0100)
A group-readable files (0040)
I group-writable files (0020)
E group-executable files (0010)
R world-readable files (0004)
W world-writable files (0002)
X world-executable files (0001)
s setuid files (04000)
S setgid files (02000)
t files with the sticky bit (01000)
print *(m-1) # Files modified up to a day ago
print *(a1) # Files accessed a day ago
print *(@) # Just symlinks
print *(Lk+50) # Files bigger than 50 kilobytes
print *(Lk-50) # Files smaller than 50 kilobytes
print **/*.c # All *.c files recursively starting in \$PWD
print **/*.c~file.c # Same as above, but excluding 'file.c'
print (foo|bar).* # Files starting with 'foo' or 'bar'
print *~*.* # All Files that do not contain a dot
chmod 644 *(.^x) # make all plain non-executable files publically readable
print -l *(.c|.h) # Lists *.c and *.h
print **/*(g:users:) # Recursively match all files that are owned by group 'users'
echo /proc/*/cwd(:h:t:s/self//) # Analogous to >ps ax | awk '{print $1}'<"
}
alias help-zshglob=H-Glob
# grep for running process, like: 'any vim'
any() {
emulate -L zsh
unsetopt KSH_ARRAYS
if [[ -z "$1" ]] ; then
echo "any - grep for process(es) by keyword" >&2
echo "Usage: any <keyword>" >&2 ; return 1
else
ps xauwww | grep -i "${grep_options[@]}" "[${1[1]}]${1[2,-1]}"
fi
}
# After resuming from suspend, system is paging heavily, leading to very bad interactivity.
# taken from $LINUX-KERNELSOURCE/Documentation/power/swsusp.txt
[[ -r /proc/1/maps ]] && \
deswap() {
print 'Reading /proc/[0-9]*/maps and sending output to /dev/null, this might take a while.'
cat $(sed -ne 's:.* /:/:p' /proc/[0-9]*/maps | sort -u | grep -v '^/dev/') > /dev/null
print 'Finished, running "swapoff -a; swapon -a" may also be useful.'
}
# a wrapper for vim, that deals with title setting
# VIM_OPTIONS
# set this array to a set of options to vim you always want
# to have set when calling vim (in .zshrc.local), like:
# VIM_OPTIONS=( -p )
# This will cause vim to send every file given on the
# commandline to be send to it's own tab (needs vim7).
if check_com vim; then
vim() {
VIM_PLEASE_SET_TITLE='yes' command vim ${VIM_OPTIONS} "$@"
}
fi
ssl_hashes=( sha512 sha256 sha1 md5 )
for sh in ${ssl_hashes}; do
eval 'ssl-cert-'${sh}'() {
emulate -L zsh
if [[ -z $1 ]] ; then
printf '\''usage: %s <file>\n'\'' "ssh-cert-'${sh}'"
return 1
fi
openssl x509 -noout -fingerprint -'${sh}' -in $1
}'
done; unset sh
ssl-cert-fingerprints() {
emulate -L zsh
local i
if [[ -z $1 ]] ; then
printf 'usage: ssl-cert-fingerprints <file>\n'
return 1
fi
for i in ${ssl_hashes}
do ssl-cert-$i $1;
done
}
ssl-cert-info() {
emulate -L zsh
if [[ -z $1 ]] ; then
printf 'usage: ssl-cert-info <file>\n'
return 1
fi
openssl x509 -noout -text -in $1
ssl-cert-fingerprints $1
}
# make sure our environment is clean regarding colors
for var in BLUE RED GREEN CYAN YELLOW MAGENTA WHITE ; unset $var
builtin unset -v var
# "persistent history"
# just write important commands you always need to ~/.important_commands
if [[ -r ~/.important_commands ]] ; then
fc -R ~/.important_commands
fi
# load the lookup subsystem if it's available on the system
zrcautoload lookupinit && lookupinit
# variables
# set terminal property (used e.g. by msgid-chooser)
export COLORTERM="yes"
# aliases
# general
#a2# Execute \kbd{du -sch}
alias da='du -sch'
# listing stuff
#a2# Execute \kbd{ls -lSrah}
alias dir="command ls -lSrah"
#a2# Only show dot-directories
alias lad='command ls -d .*(/)'
#a2# Only show dot-files
alias lsa='command ls -a .*(.)'
#a2# Only files with setgid/setuid/sticky flag
alias lss='command ls -l *(s,S,t)'
#a2# Only show symlinks
alias lsl='command ls -l *(@)'
#a2# Display only executables
alias lsx='command ls -l *(*)'
#a2# Display world-{readable,writable,executable} files
alias lsw='command ls -ld *(R,W,X.^ND/)'
#a2# Display the ten biggest files
alias lsbig="command ls -flh *(.OL[1,10])"
#a2# Only show directories
alias lsd='command ls -d *(/)'
#a2# Only show empty directories
alias lse='command ls -d *(/^F)'
#a2# Display the ten newest files
alias lsnew="command ls -rtlh *(D.om[1,10])"
#a2# Display the ten oldest files
alias lsold="command ls -rtlh *(D.Om[1,10])"
#a2# Display the ten smallest files
alias lssmall="command ls -Srl *(.oL[1,10])"
#a2# Display the ten newest directories and ten newest .directories
alias lsnewdir="command ls -rthdl *(/om[1,10]) .*(D/om[1,10])"
#a2# Display the ten oldest directories and ten oldest .directories
alias lsolddir="command ls -rthdl *(/Om[1,10]) .*(D/Om[1,10])"
# some useful aliases
#a2# Remove current empty directory. Execute \kbd{cd ..; rmdir \$OLDCWD}
alias rmcdir='cd ..; rmdir $OLDPWD || cd $OLDPWD'
#a2# ssh with StrictHostKeyChecking=no \\&\quad and UserKnownHostsFile unset
alias insecssh='ssh -o "StrictHostKeyChecking=no" -o "UserKnownHostsFile=/dev/null"'
#a2# scp with StrictHostKeyChecking=no \\&\quad and UserKnownHostsFile unset
alias insecscp='scp -o "StrictHostKeyChecking=no" -o "UserKnownHostsFile=/dev/null"'
# work around non utf8 capable software in utf environment via $LANG and luit
if check_com isutfenv && check_com luit ; then
if check_com -c mrxvt ; then
isutfenv && [[ -n "$LANG" ]] && \
alias mrxvt="LANG=${LANG/(#b)(*)[.@]*/$match[1].iso885915} luit mrxvt"
fi
if check_com -c aterm ; then
isutfenv && [[ -n "$LANG" ]] && \
alias aterm="LANG=${LANG/(#b)(*)[.@]*/$match[1].iso885915} luit aterm"
fi
if check_com -c centericq ; then
isutfenv && [[ -n "$LANG" ]] && \
alias centericq="LANG=${LANG/(#b)(*)[.@]*/$match[1].iso885915} luit centericq"
fi
fi
# useful functions
#f5# Backup \kbd{file_or_folder {\rm to} file_or_folder\_timestamp}
bk() {
emulate -L zsh
local current_date=$(date -u "+%Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%SZ")
local clean keep move verbose result all to_bk
setopt extended_glob
keep=1
while getopts ":hacmrv" opt; do
case $opt in
a) (( all++ ));;
c) unset move clean && (( ++keep ));;
m) unset keep clean && (( ++move ));;
r) unset move keep && (( ++clean ));;
v) verbose="-v";;
h) <<__EOF0__
bk [-hcmv] FILE [FILE ...]
bk -r [-av] [FILE [FILE ...]]
Backup a file or folder in place and append the timestamp
Remove backups of a file or folder, or all backups in the current directory
Usage:
-h Display this help text
-c Keep the file/folder as is, create a copy backup using cp(1) (default)
-m Move the file/folder, using mv(1)
-r Remove backups of the specified file or directory, using rm(1). If none
is provided, remove all backups in the current directory.
-a Remove all (even hidden) backups.
-v Verbose
The -c, -r and -m options are mutually exclusive. If specified at the same time,
the last one is used.
The return code is the sum of all cp/mv/rm return codes.
__EOF0__
return 0;;
\?) bk -h >&2; return 1;;
esac
done
shift "$((OPTIND-1))"
if (( keep > 0 )); then
if islinux || isfreebsd; then
for to_bk in "$@"; do
cp $verbose -a "${to_bk%/}" "${to_bk%/}_$current_date"
(( result += $? ))
done
else
for to_bk in "$@"; do
cp $verbose -pR "${to_bk%/}" "${to_bk%/}_$current_date"
(( result += $? ))
done
fi
elif (( move > 0 )); then
while (( $# > 0 )); do
mv $verbose "${1%/}" "${1%/}_$current_date"
(( result += $? ))
shift
done
elif (( clean > 0 )); then
if (( $# > 0 )); then
for to_bk in "$@"; do
rm $verbose -rf "${to_bk%/}"_[0-9](#c4,)-(0[0-9]|1[0-2])-([0-2][0-9]|3[0-1])T([0-1][0-9]|2[0-3])(:[0-5][0-9])(#c2)Z
(( result += $? ))
done
else
if (( all > 0 )); then
rm $verbose -rf *_[0-9](#c4,)-(0[0-9]|1[0-2])-([0-2][0-9]|3[0-1])T([0-1][0-9]|2[0-3])(:[0-5][0-9])(#c2)Z(D)
else
rm $verbose -rf *_[0-9](#c4,)-(0[0-9]|1[0-2])-([0-2][0-9]|3[0-1])T([0-1][0-9]|2[0-3])(:[0-5][0-9])(#c2)Z
fi
(( result += $? ))
fi
fi
return $result
}
#f5# cd to directoy and list files
cl() {
emulate -L zsh
cd $1 && ls -a
}
# smart cd function, allows switching to /etc when running 'cd /etc/fstab'
cd() {
if (( ${#argv} == 1 )) && [[ -f ${1} ]]; then
[[ ! -e ${1:h} ]] && return 1
print "Correcting ${1} to ${1:h}"
builtin cd ${1:h}
else
builtin cd "$@"
fi
}
#f5# Create Directoy and \kbd{cd} to it
mkcd() {
if (( ARGC != 1 )); then
printf 'usage: mkcd <new-directory>\n'
return 1;
fi
if [[ ! -d "$1" ]]; then
command mkdir -p "$1"
else
printf '`%s'\'' already exists: cd-ing.\n' "$1"
fi
builtin cd "$1"
}
#f5# Create temporary directory and \kbd{cd} to it
cdt() {
builtin cd "$(mktemp -d)"
builtin pwd
}
#f5# List files which have been accessed within the last {\it n} days, {\it n} defaults to 1
accessed() {
emulate -L zsh
print -l -- *(a-${1:-1})
}
#f5# List files which have been changed within the last {\it n} days, {\it n} defaults to 1
changed() {
emulate -L zsh
print -l -- *(c-${1:-1})
}
#f5# List files which have been modified within the last {\it n} days, {\it n} defaults to 1
modified() {
emulate -L zsh
print -l -- *(m-${1:-1})
}
# modified() was named new() in earlier versions, add an alias for backwards compatibility
check_com new || alias new=modified
# use colors when GNU grep with color-support
if (( $#grep_options > 0 )); then
o=${grep_options:+"${grep_options[*]}"}
#a2# Execute \kbd{grep -{}-color=auto}
alias grep='grep '$o
alias egrep='egrep '$o
unset o
fi
# Translate DE<=>EN
# 'translate' looks up a word in a file with language-to-language
# translations (field separator should be " : "). A typical wordlist looks
# like the following:
# | english-word : german-translation
# It's also only possible to translate english to german but not reciprocal.
# Use the following oneliner to reverse the sort order:
# $ awk -F ':' '{ print $2" : "$1" "$3 }' \
# /usr/local/lib/words/en-de.ISO-8859-1.vok > ~/.translate/de-en.ISO-8859-1.vok
#f5# Translates a word
trans() {
emulate -L zsh
case "$1" in
-[dD]*)
translate -l de-en $2
;;
-[eE]*)
translate -l en-de $2
;;
*)
echo "Usage: $0 { -D | -E }"
echo " -D == German to English"
echo " -E == English to German"
esac
}
# Usage: simple-extract <file>
# Using option -d deletes the original archive file.
#f5# Smart archive extractor
simple-extract() {
emulate -L zsh
setopt extended_glob noclobber
local ARCHIVE DELETE_ORIGINAL DECOMP_CMD USES_STDIN USES_STDOUT GZTARGET WGET_CMD
local RC=0
zparseopts -D -E "d=DELETE_ORIGINAL"
for ARCHIVE in "${@}"; do
case $ARCHIVE in
*(tar.bz2|tbz2|tbz))
DECOMP_CMD="tar -xvjf -"
USES_STDIN=true
USES_STDOUT=false
;;
*(tar.gz|tgz))
DECOMP_CMD="tar -xvzf -"
USES_STDIN=true
USES_STDOUT=false
;;
*(tar.xz|txz|tar.lzma))
DECOMP_CMD="tar -xvJf -"
USES_STDIN=true
USES_STDOUT=false
;;
*tar)
DECOMP_CMD="tar -xvf -"
USES_STDIN=true
USES_STDOUT=false
;;
*rar)
DECOMP_CMD="unrar x"
USES_STDIN=false
USES_STDOUT=false
;;
*lzh)
DECOMP_CMD="lha x"
USES_STDIN=false
USES_STDOUT=false
;;
*7z)
DECOMP_CMD="7z x"
USES_STDIN=false
USES_STDOUT=false
;;
*(zip|jar))
DECOMP_CMD="unzip"
USES_STDIN=false
USES_STDOUT=false
;;
*deb)
DECOMP_CMD="ar -x"
USES_STDIN=false
USES_STDOUT=false
;;
*bz2)
DECOMP_CMD="bzip2 -d -c -"
USES_STDIN=true
USES_STDOUT=true
;;
*(gz|Z))
DECOMP_CMD="gzip -d -c -"
USES_STDIN=true
USES_STDOUT=true
;;
*(xz|lzma))
DECOMP_CMD="xz -d -c -"
USES_STDIN=true