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fish-command-timer

fish shell extension for printing timing information for each command line executed.

Usage

After the execution of each command line, the script prints out the total execution time (up to millisecond precision), followed by the current time. The execution time is formatted to be human readable; e.g., 2h 7m 42s301.

Demo:

Demo Screen-cap

Additionally, the script will export the total execution time (as a human readable string, e.g., 42s027) as $CMD_DURATION_STR. You can use this variable in your subsequent prompt.

Requirements

This script requires fish shell 2.2 or above. It should run pretty much out of the box on modern Linux and Mac OS X systems. Please report any incompatibilities on on GitHub.

Installation

To set up this extension, you can

  1. Download conf.d/fish_command_timer.fish and put it in ~/.config/fish/conf.d/ as per Fish shell convention.
  2. If the above doesn't work for you (perhaps because your custom settings overrides the extension), you could try sourcing it directly. Download conf.d/fish_command_timer.fish and put it in ~/.config/fish/, then add the following in your ~/.config/fish/config.fish at the end:
    source ~/.config/fish/fish_command_timer.fish
    

That's it :)

Settings

You can use the following options to tweak the behavior of the script. Put them in your config.fish. You can also modify them on-the-fly if you want the changes to only affect your current shell session.

  • set fish_command_timer_enabled: Setting this variable to 0 disables printing of all timing and exit status information.
  • set fish_command_timer_status_enabled: Setting this variable to 0 disables printing of exit status information.
  • set fish_command_timer_color blue: The color to use for timing information. This should be a color string recognized by fish's set_color command, as described here. If not set, the timing information will be in the default color.
  • set fish_command_timer_success_color green: The color of the last command's exit status if it was successful (i.e. 0).
  • set fish_command_timer_fail_color red: The color of the last command's exit status if it was not successful.
  • set fish_command_timer_time_format '%b %d %I:%M%p': The display format of the current time. This is a strftime format string (see http://strftime.org/). If empty, the current time will not be printed.
  • set fish_command_timer_millis: Whether to print timings to millisecond precision. If set to 0, will print timings up to seconds.
  • set fish_command_timer_export_cmd_duration_str: If set to 1, will export the total command execution time string to $CMD_DURATION_STR, for use in prompts. If set to 0, the $CMD_DURATION_STR variable will not be exported.
  • set fish_command_timer_min_cmd_duration: The minimum command duration (in milliseconds) that should trigger printing of command timing information. Commands that complete within the specified number of milliseconds will not trigger printing of command timing information.
    • Note that when fish_command_timer_status_enabled is set, commands that exit with a non-zero status will always trigger printing of command timing and exit status information even if they complete within $fish_command_timer_min_cmd_duration.

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