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+That's all there is to it!
61  Makefile
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+EXT_DIR="$(HOME)/.local/share/gnome-shell/extensions"
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+UUID=`perl -nle 'if (m{"uuid": "([^"]+)"}) { print $$1 }' metadata.json`
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+FILES="README.md extension.js stylesheet.css metadata.json"
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+
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+SCHEMA="org.gnome.shell"
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+KEY="enabled-extensions"
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+STATUS=$$(gsettings get $(SCHEMA) $(KEY) | grep "$(UUID)" > /dev/null 2>&1; if [ $$? = "0" ]; then echo "enabled"; else echo "disabled"; fi)
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+
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+all:
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+
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+install:
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+	@mkdir -p $(EXT_DIR)/$(UUID)
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+	@for f in "$(FILES)"; do \
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+	    cp -f $$f $(EXT_DIR)/$(UUID)/$$f; \
  15
+	done
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+	@if [ $(STATUS) = "enabled" ]; then \
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+	    echo "To reload the shell (and the extension) press ALT-F2 and type 'r'."; \
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+	else \
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+	    echo "To enable the extension type 'make enable'."; \
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+	fi
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+
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+uninstall: disable-internal
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+	@for f in "$(FILES)"; do \
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+	    rm $(EXT_DIR)/$(UUID)/$$f; \
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+	done
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+	@rmdir $(EXT_DIR)/$(UUID)
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+
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+enable: disable-internal
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+	@if [ ! -d "$(EXT_DIR)/$(UUID)" ]; then \
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+	    echo "Before enabling the extension you have to install it with 'make install'"; \
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+	    exit 1; \
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+	fi
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+	@curr_val=`gsettings get $(SCHEMA) $(KEY)`; \
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+	full_id="'$(UUID)'"; \
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+	other_extensions=`echo "$$curr_val" | sed -e "s/]$$//"`; \
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+	new_val="$$other_extensions, $$full_id]"; \
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+	new_val=`echo "$$new_val" | sed -e 's/\[, /[/'` ; \
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+	gsettings set $(SCHEMA) $(KEY) "$$new_val"
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+	@echo "To reload the shell (and the extension) press ALT-F2 and type 'r'."; \
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+
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+disable: disable-internal
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+	@if [ $(STATUS) = "enabled" ]; then \
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+	    echo "I cannot disable the extension!"; \
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+	    exit 1; \
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+	fi
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+
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+disable-internal:
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+	@curr_val=`gsettings get $(SCHEMA) $(KEY)`; \
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+	full_id="'$(UUID)'"; \
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+	new_val=`echo "$$curr_val" | sed -e "s/$$full_id//"`; \
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+	new_val=`echo "$$new_val" | sed -e 's/, ]/]/'` ; \
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+	new_val=`echo "$$new_val" | sed -e 's/\[, /[/'` ; \
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+	new_val=`echo "$$new_val" | sed -e 's/, ,/,/'` ; \
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+	gsettings set $(SCHEMA) $(KEY) "$$new_val"
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+
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+status:
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+	@if [ $(STATUS) = "enabled" ]; then \
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+	    echo "The extension is enabled"; \
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+	else \
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+	    echo "The extension is disabled"; \
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+	fi
5  README.md
Source Rendered
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+Gives me a little menu to make it easy to disable my Collabora-related chat
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+accounts when I'm not at work.
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+
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+If you were feeling keen you might want to extend it to allow accounts to be
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+configured?
99  extension.js
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+/*
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+ * Copyright © 2012 Will Thompson <will@willthompson.co.uk>
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+ *
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+ * This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
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+ * modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
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+ * License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
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+ * version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
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+ *
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+ * This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
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+ * but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
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+ * MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU
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+ * Lesser General Public License for more details.
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+ *
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+ * You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
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+ * License along with this library; if not, write to the Free Software
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+ * Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin St, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA  02110-1301  USA
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+ */
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+
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+const Lang = imports.lang;
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+const Main = imports.ui.main;
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+
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+const Tp = imports.gi.TelepathyGLib;
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+const PanelMenu = imports.ui.panelMenu;
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+const PopupMenu = imports.ui.popupMenu;
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+const Panel = imports.ui.panel;
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+
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+const CollaboraAccounts = {
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+    "gabble/jabber/will_2ethompson_40collabora_2eco_2euk0": true,
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+    "idle/irc/wjt0": true
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+};
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+
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+function CAGMenu() {
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+    this._init();
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+}
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+
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+CAGMenu.prototype = {
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+    __proto__: PanelMenu.SystemStatusButton.prototype,
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+
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+    _init: function() {
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+        PanelMenu.SystemStatusButton.prototype._init.call(this, 'avatar-default-symbolic', null);
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+
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+        let widget = new PopupMenu.PopupSwitchMenuItem("Collabora", true);
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+        widget.setStatus("loading\u2026");
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+
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+        this.menu.addMenuItem(widget);
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+
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+        this._am = Tp.AccountManager.dup();
  48
+        this._accounts = [];
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+        this._am.prepare_async(null, Lang.bind(this,
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+            function(am) {
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+                let accounts = am.get_valid_accounts();
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+                let state = false;
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+                for (let i = 0; i < accounts.length; i++) {
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+                    let account = accounts[i];
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+                    if (account.get_path_suffix() in CollaboraAccounts) {
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+                        this._accounts.push(account);
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+                        /* If any of our work-y accounts are enabled, show the
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+                         * whole lot as enabled.
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+                         */
  60
+                        state = state || account.is_enabled();
  61
+                    }
  62
+                }
  63
+
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+                widget.setToggleState(state);
  65
+                widget.setStatus(null);
  66
+                widget.connect('toggled', Lang.bind(this, this._collaboraToggled));
  67
+            }));
  68
+    },
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+
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+    _collaboraToggled: function(item) {
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+        let state = item.state;
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+
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+        for (let i = 0; i < this._accounts.length; i++) {
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+            let account = this._accounts[i];
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+            account.set_enabled_async(state, Lang.bind(this, function() {
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+                if (state) {
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+                    let [presence, status, msg] = this._am.get_most_available_presence();
  78
+
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+                    account.request_presence_async(presence, status, msg,
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+                        function() {});
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+                }
  82
+            }));
  83
+        }
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+    }
  85
+};
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+
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+function init(metadata) {
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+}
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+
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+let groupsMenu;
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+
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+function enable() {
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+    groupsMenu = new CAGMenu;
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+    Main.panel.addToStatusArea('chat-account-groups-menu', groupsMenu);
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+}
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+
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+function disable() {
  98
+    groupsMenu.destroy();
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+}
7  metadata.json
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+{
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+    "shell-version": ["3.2"],
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+    "uuid": "chat-account-groups@shell-extensions.wjt.me.uk",
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+    "name": "Chat Account Groups",
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+    "description": "Lets you quickly enable and disable chat accounts",
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+    "url": "http://github.com/wjt/shell-chat-account-groups"
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+}

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