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# We use PROMPT_COMMAND and the DEBUG trap to generate timing information. We try
# to avoid clobbering what we can, and try to give the user ways around our
# clobbers, if it's unavoidable. For example, PROMPT_COMMAND is appended to,
# and the DEBUG trap is layered with other traps, if it exists.
# A bash quirk is that the DEBUG trap is fired every time a command runs, even
# if it's later on in the pipeline. If uncorrected, this could cause bad timing
# data for commands like `slow | slow | fast`, since the timer starts at the start
# of the "fast" command.
# To solve this, we set a flag `PREEXEC_READY` when the prompt is drawn, and only
# start the timer if this flag is present. That way, timing is for the entire command,
# and not just a portion of it.
# Will be run before *every* command (even ones in pipes!)
starship_preexec() {
# Avoid restarting the timer for commands in the same pipeline
if [ "$PREEXEC_READY" = "true" ]; then
PREEXEC_READY=false
STARSHIP_START_TIME=$(date +%s)
fi
}
# Will be run before the prompt is drawn
starship_precmd() {
# Save the status, because commands in this pipeline will change $?
STATUS=$?
# Run the bash precmd function, if it's set. If not set, evaluates to no-op
"${starship_precmd_user_func-:}"
# Prepare the timer data, if needed.
if [[ $STARSHIP_START_TIME ]]; then
STARSHIP_END_TIME=$(date +%s)
STARSHIP_DURATION=$((STARSHIP_END_TIME - STARSHIP_START_TIME))
PS1="$(::STARSHIP:: prompt --status=$STATUS --jobs="$(jobs -p | wc -l)" --cmd-duration=$STARSHIP_DURATION)"
unset STARSHIP_START_TIME
else
PS1="$(::STARSHIP:: prompt --status=$STATUS --jobs="$(jobs -p | wc -l)")"
fi
PREEXEC_READY=true; # Signal that we can safely restart the timer
}
# If the user appears to be using https://github.com/rcaloras/bash-preexec,
# then hook our functions into their framework.
if [[ $preexec_functions ]]; then
preexec_functions+=(starship_preexec)
precmd_functions+=(starship_precmd)
else
# We want to avoid destroying an existing DEBUG hook. If we detect one, create
# a new function that runs both the existing function AND our function, then
# re-trap DEBUG to use this new function. This prevents a trap clobber.
dbg_trap="$(trap -p DEBUG | cut -d' ' -f3 | tr -d \')"
if [[ -z "$dbg_trap" ]]; then
trap starship_preexec DEBUG
elif [[ "$dbg_trap" != "starship_preexec" && "$dbg_trap" != "starship_preexec_all" ]]; then
function starship_preexec_all(){
$dbg_trap; starship_preexec
}
trap starship_preexec_all DEBUG
fi
# Finally, prepare the precmd function and set up the start time.
PROMPT_COMMAND="starship_precmd;$PROMPT_COMMAND"
fi
# Set up the start time and STARSHIP_SHELL, which controls shell-specific sequences
STARSHIP_START_TIME=$(date +%s)
export STARSHIP_SHELL="bash"
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