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Updating check_for_upgrade script to fix issue when the LAST_EPOCH fi…

…le/value got corrupted. Closes #32
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robbyrussell committed Dec 12, 2009
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  1. +15 −9 tools/check_for_upgrade.sh
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@@ -1,11 +1,22 @@
#!/bin/sh
current_epoch=$(($(date +%s) / 60 / 60 / 24))
function _current_epoch() {
echo $(($(date +%s) / 60 / 60 / 24))
}
function _update_zsh_update() {
echo "LAST_EPOCH=$(_current_epoch)" > ~/.zsh-update
}
if [ -f ~/.zsh-update ]
then
. ~/.zsh-update
epoch_diff=$(($current_epoch - $LAST_EPOCH))
if [[ -z "$LAST_EPOCH" ]]; then
_update_zsh_update && return 0;
fi
epoch_diff=$((${_current_epoch} - $LAST_EPOCH))
if [ $epoch_diff -gt 6 ]
then
echo "[Oh My Zsh] Would you like to check for updates?"
@@ -15,14 +26,9 @@ then
then
/bin/sh $ZSH/tools/upgrade.sh
fi
# Set the last epoch to the current so that we don't ask for another week
echo "LAST_EPOCH=${current_epoch}" > ~/.zsh-update
fi
else
# TODO: refactor this so remove duplicates
# Create the ~/.zsh-update file with the current epoch info
echo "LAST_EPOCH=${current_epoch}" > ~/.zsh-update
fi
# update the zsh file
_update_zsh_update

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