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authorMatthias Schiffer <mschiffer@universe-factory.net>2018-05-04 07:33:02 +0200
committerMatthias Schiffer <mschiffer@universe-factory.net>2018-05-04 07:33:02 +0200
commit6219229986f63b9a3a89dff34900aa82602268a3 (patch)
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parentc80418f9349599029dd61cb1c1efa98f98ab4546 (diff)
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diff --git a/.gitconfig b/.gitconfig
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..0005838
--- /dev/null
+++ b/.gitconfig
@@ -0,0 +1,25 @@
+[user]
+ name = Matthias Schiffer
+ email = mschiffer@universe-factory.net
+ signingkey = 0x16EF3F64CB201D9C
+[merge]
+ tool = meld
+[color]
+ ui = auto
+[sendemail]
+ suppressfrom = true
+ chainreplyto = false
+[format]
+ thread = true
+[log]
+ decorate = true
+[url "git://git.debian.org/d-i/"]
+ insteadOf = git+ssh://git.debian.org/git/d-i/
+[commit]
+ gpgsign = true
+[push]
+ default = upstream
+[core]
+ abbrev = 12
+[pretty]
+ fixes = Fixes: %h (\"%s\")
diff --git a/.screenrc b/.screenrc
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..7eaa4e8
--- /dev/null
+++ b/.screenrc
@@ -0,0 +1,8 @@
+# Fill a status line on bottom of the screen
+startup_message off
+caption always "%{rw} * | %H * $LOGNAME | %{bw}%c %D | %{-}%-Lw%{rw}%50>%{rW}%n%f* %t %{-}%+Lw%<"
+#Split the screen in a vertically way
+#Vertical split temporarily disabled
+#split -v
+#emulate .logout message
+pow_detach_msg "Screen session of \$LOGNAME \$:cr:\$:nl:ended."
diff --git a/zshrc b/zshrc
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..ca90043
--- /dev/null
+++ b/zshrc
@@ -0,0 +1,3756 @@
+# 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)
+function is4 () {
+ [[ $ZSH_VERSION == <4->* ]] && return 0
+ return 1
+}
+
+function is41 () {
+ [[ $ZSH_VERSION == 4.<1->* || $ZSH_VERSION == <5->* ]] && return 0
+ return 1
+}
+
+function is42 () {
+ [[ $ZSH_VERSION == 4.<2->* || $ZSH_VERSION == <5->* ]] && return 0
+ return 1
+}
+
+function is425 () {
+ [[ $ZSH_VERSION == 4.2.<5->* || $ZSH_VERSION == 4.<3->* || $ZSH_VERSION == <5->* ]] && return 0
+ return 1
+}
+
+function is43 () {
+ [[ $ZSH_VERSION == 4.<3->* || $ZSH_VERSION == <5->* ]] && return 0
+ return 1
+}
+
+function is433 () {
+ [[ $ZSH_VERSION == 4.3.<3->* || $ZSH_VERSION == 4.<4->* \
+ || $ZSH_VERSION == <5->* ]] && return 0
+ return 1
+}
+
+function is437 () {
+ [[ $ZSH_VERSION == 4.3.<7->* || $ZSH_VERSION == 4.<4->* \
+ || $ZSH_VERSION == <5->* ]] && return 0
+ return 1
+}
+
+function 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
+function isgrml () {
+ [[ -f /etc/grml_version ]] && return 0
+ return 1
+}
+
+#f1# Checks whether or not you're running a grml cd
+function isgrmlcd () {
+ [[ -f /etc/grml_cd ]] && return 0
+ return 1
+}
+
+if isgrml ; then
+#f1# Checks whether or not you're running grml-small
+ function isgrmlsmall () {
+ if [[ ${${${(f)"$(</etc/grml_version)"}%% *}##*-} == 'small' ]]; then
+ return 0
+ fi
+ return 1
+ }
+else
+ function isgrmlsmall () { return 1 }
+fi
+
+GRML_OSTYPE=$(uname -s)
+
+function islinux () {
+ [[ $GRML_OSTYPE == "Linux" ]]
+}
+
+function isdarwin () {
+ [[ $GRML_OSTYPE == "Darwin" ]]
+}
+
+function isfreebsd () {
+ [[ $GRML_OSTYPE == "FreeBSD" ]]
+}
+
+function isopenbsd () {
+ [[ $GRML_OSTYPE == "OpenBSD" ]]
+}
+
+function issolaris () {
+ [[ $GRML_OSTYPE == "SunOS" ]]
+}
+
+#f1# are we running within an utf environment?
+function isutfenv () {
+ case "$LANG $CHARSET $LANGUAGE" in
+ *utf*) return 0 ;;
+ *UTF*) return 0 ;;
+ *) return 1 ;;
+ esac
+}
+
+# check for user, if not running as root set $SUDO to sudo
+(( EUID != 0 )) && SUDO='sudo' || SUDO=''
+
+# change directory to home on first invocation of zsh
+# important for rungetty -> autologin
+# Thanks go to Bart Schaefer!
+isgrml && function checkhome () {
+ if [[ -z "$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 || function 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
+function 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.
+function 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.
+function 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.
+function 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.
+function 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 $func
+ done
+ return 0
+}
+
+# this allows us to stay in sync with grml's zshrc and put own
+# modifications in ~/.zshrc.local
+function zrclocal () {
+ xsource "/etc/zsh/zshrc.local"
+ xsource "${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} )
+done
+typeset -aU ffiles
+ffiles=(/usr/share/grml/zsh/functions/**/[^_]*[^~](N.:t))
+(( ${#ffiles} > 0 )) && autoload -U "${ffiles[@]}"
+unset -v fdir ffiles
+
+# 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=$'\E[01;32m'
+
+# mailchecks
+MAILCHECK=30
+
+# report about cpu-/system-/user-time of command if running longer than
+# 5 seconds
+REPORTTIME=5
+
+# watch for everyone but me and root
+watch=(notme root)
+
+# automatically remove duplicates from these arrays
+typeset -U path PATH cdpath CDPATH fpath FPATH manpath MANPATH
+
+# Load a few modules
+is4 && \
+for mod in parameter complist deltochar mathfunc ; do
+ zmodload -i zsh/${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
+function 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 ${USER} -o command | uniq'
+
+ # complete manual by their section
+ zstyle ':completion:*:manuals' separate-sections true
+ zstyle ':completion:*:manuals.*' insert-sections true
+ zstyle ':completion:*:man:*' menu yes select
+
+ # Search path for sudo completion
+ zstyle ':completion:*:sudo:*' command-path /usr/local/sbin \
+ /usr/local/bin \
+ /usr/sbin \
+ /usr/bin \
+ /sbin \
+ /bin \
+ /usr/X11R6/bin
+
+ # provide .. as a completion
+ zstyle ':completion:*' special-dirs ..
+
+ # run rehash on completion so new installed program are found automatically:
+ function _force_rehash () {
+ (( CURRENT == 1 )) && rehash
+ return 1
+ }
+
+ ## correction
+ # some people don't like the automatic correction - so run 'NOCOR=1 zsh' to deactivate it
+ if [[ "$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 $terminfo are valid. Therefore, this setup should
+# work on all systems, that have support for `terminfo'. It also requires the
+# zsh in use to have the `zsh/terminfo' module built.
+#
+# If you are customising your `zle-line-init()' or `zle-line-finish()'
+# functions, make sure you call the following utility functions in there:
+#
+# - zle-line-init(): zle-smkx
+# - zle-line-finish(): zle-rmkx
+
+# Use emacs-like key bindings by default:
+bindkey -e
+
+# Custom widgets:
+
+## beginning-of-line OR beginning-of-buffer OR beginning of history
+## by: Bart Schaefer <schaefer@brasslantern.com>, Bernhard Tittelbach
+function beginning-or-end-of-somewhere () {
+ local hno=$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
+function commit-to-history () {
+ print -s ${(z)BUFFER}
+ zle send-break
+}
+zle -N commit-to-history
+
+# only slash should be considered as a word separator:
+function slash-backward-kill-word () {
+ local WORDCHARS="${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'
+)
+
+function zleiab () {
+ emulate -L zsh
+ setopt extendedglob
+ local MATCH
+
+ LBUFFER=${LBUFFER%%(#m)[.\-+:|_a-zA-Z0-9]#}
+ LBUFFER+=${abk[$MATCH]:-$MATCH}
+}
+
+zle -N zleiab
+
+function help-show-abk () {
+ zle -M "$(print "Available abbreviations for expansion:"; print -a -C 2 ${(kv)abk})"
+}
+
+zle -N help-show-abk
+
+# press "ctrl-x d" to insert the actual date in the form yyyy-mm-dd
+function insert-datestamp () { LBUFFER+=${(%):-'%D{%Y-%m-%d}'}; }
+zle -N insert-datestamp
+
+# press esc-m for inserting last typed word again (thanks to caphuso!)
+function 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:
+function 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
+function 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
+function 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
+function 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
+ function _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 '^xd' 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,-ip,-openssl,-p4,-sudo,-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
+ }
+
+ function chpwd () {
+ (( ZSH_SUBSHELL )) && return
+ (( $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
+
+function 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
+}
+
+function batterylinux () {
+GRML_BATTERY_LEVEL=''
+local batteries bat capacity
+batteries=( /sys/class/power_supply/BAT*(N) )
+if (( $#batteries > 0 )) ; then
+ for bat in $batteries ; do
+ if [[ -e $bat/capacity ]]; then
+ capacity=$(< $bat/capacity)
+ else
+ typeset -F energy_full=$(< $bat/energy_full)
+ typeset -F energy_now=$(< $bat/energy_now)
+ typeset -i capacity=$(( 100 * $energy_now / $energy_full))
+ fi
+ 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
+}
+
+function 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
+}
+
+function 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
+}
+
+function 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
+
+function 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
+}
+
+function 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
+
+ - strip-sensitive-characters (boolean): If the \`prompt_subst' option
+ is active in zsh, the shell performs lots of expansions on prompt
+ variable strings, including command substitution. So if you don't
+ control where some of your prompt strings is coming from, this is
+ an exploitable weakness. Grml's zsh setup does not set this option
+ and it is off in the shell in zsh-mode by default. If it *is* turned
+ on however, this style becomes active, and there are two flavours of
+ it: On per default is a global variant in the '*:setup' context. This
+ strips characters after the whole prompt string was constructed. There
+ is a second variant in the '*:items:<item>', that is off by default.
+ It allows fine grained control over which items' data is stripped.
+ The characters that are stripped are: \$ and \`.
+
+ 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_wrap_reply () {
+ emulate -L zsh
+ local target="$1"
+ local new="$2"
+ local left="$3"
+ local right="$4"
+
+ if (( ${+parameters[$new]} )); then
+ REPLY="${left}${(P)new}${right}"
+ else
+ REPLY=''
+ fi
+}
+
+function grml_prompt_addto () {
+ emulate -L zsh
+ local target="$1"
+ local lr it apre apost new v REPLY
+ 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]}
+ if (( ${+grml_prompt_token_function[$it]} )); then
+ ${grml_prompt_token_function[$it]} $it
+ else
+ case $it in
+ battery)
+ grml_wrap_reply $target $new '' ''
+ ;;
+ change-root)
+ grml_wrap_reply $target $new '(' ')'
+ ;;
+ grml-chroot)
+ if [[ -n ${(P)new} ]]; then
+ REPLY="$CHROOT"
+ else
+ REPLY=''
+ fi
+ ;;
+ vcs)
+ v="vcs_info_msg_${new}_"
+ if (( ! vcscalled )); then
+ vcs_info
+ vcscalled=1
+ fi
+ if (( ${+parameters[$v]} )) && [[ -n "${(P)v}" ]]; then
+ REPLY="${(P)v}"
+ else
+ REPLY=''
+ fi
+ ;;
+ *) REPLY="$new" ;;
+ esac
+ fi
+ # Strip volatile characters per item. This is off by default. See the
+ # global stripping code a few lines below for details.
+ if [[ -o prompt_subst ]] && zstyle -t ":prompt:${grmltheme}:${lr}:items:$it" \
+ strip-sensitive-characters
+ then
+ REPLY="${REPLY//[$\`]/}"
+ fi
+ typeset -g "${target}=${(P)target}${apre}${REPLY}${apost}"
+ done
+
+ # Per default, strip volatile characters (in the prompt_subst case)
+ # globally. If the option is off, the style has no effect. For more
+ # control, this can be turned off and stripping can be configured on a
+ # per-item basis (see above).
+ if [[ -o prompt_subst ]] && zstyle -T ":prompt:${grmltheme}:${lr}:setup" \
+ strip-sensitive-characters
+ then
+ typeset -g "${target}=${${(P)target}//[$\`]/}"
+ fi
+}
+
+function prompt_grml_precmd () {
+ emulate -L zsh
+ local grmltheme=grml
+ local -a left_items right_items
+ left_items=(rc change-root user at host path vcs percent)
+ right_items=(sad-smiley)
+
+ prompt_grml_precmd_worker
+}
+
+function prompt_grml-chroot_precmd () {
+ emulate -L zsh
+ local grmltheme=grml-chroot
+ local -a left_items right_items
+ left_items=(grml-chroot user at host path percent)
+ right_items=()
+
+ prompt_grml_precmd_worker
+}
+
+function prompt_grml-large_precmd () {
+ emulate -L zsh
+ local grmltheme=grml-large
+ local -a left_items right_items
+ left_items=(rc jobs history shell-level change-root time date newline
+ user at host path vcs percent)
+ right_items=(sad-smiley)
+
+ prompt_grml_precmd_worker
+}
+
+function prompt_grml_precmd_worker () {
+ emulate -L zsh
+ local -i vcscalled=0
+
+ grml_prompt_addto PS1 "${left_items[@]}"
+ if zstyle -T ":prompt:${grmltheme}:right:setup" use-rprompt; then
+ grml_prompt_addto RPS1 "${right_items[@]}"
+ fi
+}
+
+function grml_prompt_fallback () {
+ setopt prompt_subst
+ local p0 p1
+
+ 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
+}
+
+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
+ function precmd () { (( ${+functions[vcs_info]} )) && vcs_info; }
+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
+ function precmd () { (( ${+functions[vcs_info]} )) && vcs_info; }
+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
+
+if [[ -r /proc/mdstat ]]; then
+ alias mdstat='cat /proc/mdstat'
+fi
+
+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
+function 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
+function iso2utf () {
+ if ! isutfenv ; then
+ local ENV
+ for ENV in $(env | command grep -i '\.iso') ; do
+ eval export "$(echo $ENV | sed 's/iso.*/UTF-8/ ; s/ISO.*/UTF-8/')"
+ done
+ fi
+}
+
+# especially for roadwarriors using GNU screen and ssh:
+if ! check_com asc &>/dev/null ; then
+ function asc () { autossh -t "$@" 'screen -RdU' }
+ compdef asc=ssh
+fi
+
+#f1# Hints for the use of zsh on grml
+function 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!$reset_color"
+}
+
+# debian stuff
+if [[ -r /etc/debian_version ]] ; then
+ if [[ -z "$GRML_NO_APT_ALIASES" ]]; 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'
+ if check_com -c apt ; then
+ #a3# Execute \kbd{apt dist-upgrade}
+ salias adg="apt dist-upgrade"
+ #a3# Execute \kbd{apt upgrade}
+ salias ag="apt upgrade"
+ #a3# Execute \kbd{apt install}
+ salias agi="apt install"
+ #a3# Execute \kbd{apt-get update}
+ salias au="apt update"
+ else
+ salias adg="apt-get dist-upgrade"
+ salias ag="apt-get upgrade"
+ salias agi="apt-get install"
+ salias au="apt-get update"
+ fi
+ #a3# Execute \kbd{aptitude install}
+ salias ati="aptitude install"
+ #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'
+ fi
+
+ # get a root shell as normal user in live-cd mode:
+ if isgrmlcd && [[ $UID -ne 0 ]] ; then
+ alias su="sudo su"
+ fi
+
+fi
+
+# use /var/log/syslog iff present, fallback to journalctl otherwise
+if [ -e /var/log/syslog ] ; then
+ #a1# Take a look at the syslog: \kbd{\$PAGER /var/log/syslog || journalctl}
+ salias llog="$PAGER /var/log/syslog" # take a look at the syslog
+ #a1# Take a look at the syslog: \kbd{tail -f /var/log/syslog || journalctl}
+ salias tlog="tail -f /var/log/syslog" # follow the syslog
+elif check_com -c journalctl ; then
+ salias llog="journalctl"
+ salias tlog="journalctl -f"
+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
+ function 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
+function grmlstuff () {
+# people should use 'grml-x'!
+ if check_com -c 915resolution; then
+ function 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
+ function 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 && function nt () {
+ if [[ -n $1 ]] ; then
+ local NTREF=${~1}
+ fi
+ [[ $REPLY -nt $NTREF ]]
+}
+
+# shell functions
+
+#f1# Reload an autoloadable function
+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')
+function sll () {
+ if [[ -z ${1} ]] ; then
+ printf 'Usage: %s <symlink(s)>\n' "${0}"
+ return 1
+ fi
+
+ local file jumpd curdir
+ local -i 10 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} == ${LINODE} )) ; then
+ builtin cd -q "${curdir}"
+ print 'link loop detected, aborting!'
+ return 2
+ fi
+ done
+ SEENINODES+=${LINODE}
+ fi
+ jumpd="${file:h}"
+ file="${file:t}"
+
+ if [[ -d ${jumpd} ]] ; then
+ builtin cd -q "${jumpd}" || RTN=1
+ fi
+ file=$(readlink "$file")
+
+ jumpd="${file:h}"
+ file="${file:t}"
+
+ if [[ -d ${jumpd} ]] ; then
+ builtin cd -q "${jumpd}" || RTN=1
+ fi
+
+ ls -l "${PWD}/${file}" || RTN=1
+ done
+ shift 1
+ if (( ${#} >= 1 )) ; then
+ print ""
+ fi
+ builtin cd -q "${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)
+ function 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
+ }
+ function _dchange () { _files -W /usr/share/doc -/ }
+ compdef _dchange dchange
+
+ #f3# View Debian's NEWS of a given package
+ function 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
+ }
+ function _dnews () { _files -W /usr/share/doc -/ }
+ compdef _dnews dnews
+
+ #f3# View Debian's copyright of a given package
+ function 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
+ }
+ function _dcopyright () { _files -W /usr/share/doc -/ }
+ compdef _dcopyright dcopyright
+
+ #f3# View upstream's changelog of a given package
+ function 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 $1 found, sorry."
+ return 1
+ fi
+ }
+ function _uchange () { _files -W /usr/share/doc -/ }
+ compdef _uchange uchange
+fi
+
+# zsh profiling
+function profile () {
+ ZSH_PROFILE_RC=1 zsh "$@"
+}
+
+#f1# Edit an alias via zle
+function edalias () {
+ [[ -z "$1" ]] && { echo "Usage: edalias <alias_to_edit>" ; return 1 } || vared aliases'[$1]' ;
+}
+compdef _aliases edalias
+
+#f1# Edit a function via zle
+function edfunc () {
+ [[ -z "$1" ]] && { echo "Usage: edfunc <function_to_edit>" ; return 1 } || zed -f "$1" ;
+}
+compdef _functions edfunc
+
+# use it e.g. via 'Restart apache2'
+#m# f6 Start() \kbd{service \em{process}}\quad\kbd{start}
+#m# f6 Restart() \kbd{service \em{process}}\quad\kbd{restart}
+#m# f6 Stop() \kbd{service \em{process}}\quad\kbd{stop}
+#m# f6 Reload() \kbd{service \em{process}}\quad\kbd{reload}
+#m# f6 Force-Reload() \kbd{service \em{process}}\quad\kbd{force-reload}
+#m# f6 Status() \kbd{service \em{process}}\quad\kbd{status}
+if [[ -d /etc/init.d || -d /etc/service ]] ; then
+ function __start_stop () {
+ local action_="${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
+ }
+
+ function _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 "function $i () { __start_stop $i \"\$1\" \"\$2\" ; }"
+ compdef _grmlinitd $i
+ done
+ builtin unset -v i
+fi
+
+#f1# Provides useful information on globbing
+function 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'
+function 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 ]] && \
+function 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
+ function 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
+
+function 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
+}
+
+function 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
+builtin unset -v BLUE RED GREEN CYAN YELLOW MAGENTA WHITE NO_COLOR
+
+# "persistent history"
+# just write important commands you always need to $GRML_IMPORTANT_COMMANDS
+# defaults for backward compatibility to ~/.important_commands
+if [[ -r ~/.important_commands ]] ; then
+ GRML_IMPORTANT_COMMANDS=~/.important_commands
+else
+ GRML_IMPORTANT_COMMANDS=${GRML_IMPORTANT_COMMANDS:-${ZDOTDIR:-${HOME}}/.important_commands}
+fi
+[[ -r ${GRML_IMPORTANT_COMMANDS} ]] && builtin fc -R ${GRML_IMPORTANT_COMMANDS}
+
+# load the lookup subsystem if it's available on the system
+zrcautoload lookupinit && lookupinit
+
+# variables
+
+# set terminal property (used e.g. by msgid-chooser)
+export COLORTERM="yes"
+
+# aliases
+
+# general
+#a2# Execute \kbd{du -sch}
+[[ -n "$GRML_NO_SMALL_ALIASES" ]] || 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}
+function 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
+function cl () {
+ emulate -L zsh
+ cd $1 && ls -a
+}
+
+# smart cd function, allows switching to /etc when running 'cd /etc/fstab'
+function 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
+function 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 "$1"
+}
+
+#f5# Create temporary directory and \kbd{cd} to it
+function cdt () {
+ builtin cd "$(mktemp -d)"
+ builtin pwd
+}
+
+#f5# List files which have been accessed within the last {\it n} days, {\it n} defaults to 1
+function accessed () {
+ emulate -L zsh
+ print -l -- *(a-${1:-1})
+}
+
+#f5# List files which have been changed within the last {\it n} days, {\it n} defaults to 1
+function changed () {
+ emulate -L zsh
+ print -l -- *(c-${1:-1})
+}
+
+#f5# List files which have been modified within the last {\it n} days, {\it n} defaults to 1
+function 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
+function trans () {
+ emulate -L zsh
+ case "$1" in
+ -[dD]*)
+ translate -l de-en $2
+ ;;
+ -[eE]*)
+ translate -l en-de $2
+ ;;
+ *)
+ echo "Usage: $0 { -D | -E }"
+ echo " -D == German to English"
+ echo " -E == English to German"
+ esac
+}
+
+# Usage: simple-extract <file>
+# Using option -d deletes the original archive file.
+#f5# Smart archive extractor
+function simple-extract () {
+ emulate -L zsh
+ setopt extended_glob noclobber
+ local ARCHIVE DELETE_ORIGINAL DECOMP_CMD USES_STDIN USES_STDOUT GZTARGET WGET_CMD
+ local RC=0
+ zparseopts -D -E "d=DELETE_ORIGINAL"
+ for ARCHIVE in "${@}"; do
+ case $ARCHIVE in
+ *(tar.bz2|tbz2|tbz))
+ DECOMP_CMD="tar -xvjf -"
+ USES_STDIN=true
+ USES_STDOUT=false
+ ;;
+ *(tar.gz|tgz))
+ DECOMP_CMD="tar -xvzf -"
+ USES_STDIN=true
+ USES_STDOUT=false
+ ;;
+ *(tar.xz|txz|tar.lzma))
+ DECOMP_CMD="tar -xvJf -"
+ USES_STDIN=true
+ USES_STDOUT=false
+ ;;
+ *tar)
+ DECOMP_CMD="tar -xvf -"
+ USES_STDIN=true
+ USES_STDOUT=false
+ ;;
+ *rar)
+ DECOMP_CMD="unrar x"
+ USES_STDIN=false
+ USES_STDOUT=false
+ ;;
+ *lzh)
+ DECOMP_CMD="lha x"
+ USES_STDIN=false
+ USES_STDOUT=false
+ ;;
+ *7z)
+ DECOMP_CMD="7z x"
+ USES_STDIN=false
+ USES_STDOUT=false
+ ;;
+ *(zip|jar))
+ DECOMP_CMD="unzip"
+ USES_STDIN=false
+ USES_STDOUT=false
+ ;;
+ *deb)
+ DECOMP_CMD="ar -x"
+ USES_STDIN=false
+ USES_STDOUT=false
+ ;;
+ *bz2)
+ DECOMP_CMD="bzip2 -d -c -"
+ USES_STDIN=true
+ USES_STDOUT=true
+ ;;
+ *(gz|Z))
+ DECOMP_CMD="gzip -d -c -"
+ USES_STDIN=true
+ USES_STDOUT=true
+ ;;
+ *(xz|lzma))
+ DECOMP_CMD="xz -d -c -"
+ USES_STDIN=true
+ USES_STDOUT=true
+ ;;
+ *)
+ print "ERROR: '$ARCHIVE' has unrecognized archive type." >&2
+ RC=$((RC+1))
+ continue
+ ;;
+ esac
+
+ if ! check_com ${DECOMP_CMD[(w)1]}; then
+ echo "ERROR: ${DECOMP_CMD[(w)1]} not installed." >&2
+ RC=$((RC+2))
+ continue
+ fi
+
+ GZTARGET="${ARCHIVE:t:r}"
+ if [[ -f $ARCHIVE ]] ; then
+
+ print "Extracting '$ARCHIVE' ..."
+ if $USES_STDIN; then
+ if $USES_STDOUT; then
+ ${=DECOMP_CMD} < "$ARCHIVE" > $GZTARGET
+ else
+ ${=DECOMP_CMD} < "$ARCHIVE"
+ fi
+ else
+ if $USES_STDOUT; then
+ ${=DECOMP_CMD} "$ARCHIVE" > $GZTARGET
+ else
+ ${=DECOMP_CMD} "$ARCHIVE"
+ fi
+ fi
+ [[ $? -eq 0 && -n "$DELETE_ORIGINAL" ]] && rm -f "$ARCHIVE"
+
+ elif [[ "$ARCHIVE" == (#s)(https|http|ftp)://* ]] ; then
+ if check_com curl; then
+ WGET_CMD="curl -L -s -o -"
+ elif check_com wget; then
+ WGET_CMD="wget -q -O -"
+ elif check_com fetch; then
+ WGET_CMD="fetch -q -o -"
+ else
+ print "ERROR: neither wget, curl nor fetch is installed" >&2
+ RC=$((RC+4))
+ continue
+ fi
+ print "Downloading and Extracting '$ARCHIVE' ..."
+ if $USES_STDIN; then
+ if $USES_STDOUT; then
+ ${=WGET_CMD} "$ARCHIVE" | ${=DECOMP_CMD} > $GZTARGET
+ RC=$((RC+$?))
+ else
+ ${=WGET_CMD} "$ARCHIVE" | ${=DECOMP_CMD}
+ RC=$((RC+$?))
+ fi
+ else
+ if $USES_STDOUT; then
+ ${=DECOMP_CMD} =(${=WGET_CMD} "$ARCHIVE") > $GZTARGET
+ else
+ ${=DECOMP_CMD} =(${=WGET_CMD} "$ARCHIVE")
+ fi
+ fi
+
+ else
+ print "ERROR: '$ARCHIVE' is neither a valid file nor a supported URI." >&2
+ RC=$((RC+8))
+ fi
+ done
+ return $RC
+}
+
+function __archive_or_uri () {
+ _alternative \
+ 'files:Archives:_files -g "*.(#l)(tar.bz2|tbz2|tbz|tar.gz|tgz|tar.xz|txz|tar.lzma|tar|rar|lzh|7z|zip|jar|deb|bz2|gz|Z|xz|lzma)"' \
+ '_urls:Remote Archives:_urls'
+}
+
+function _simple_extract () {
+ _arguments \
+ '-d[delete original archivefile after extraction]' \
+ '*:Archive Or Uri:__archive_or_uri'
+}
+compdef _simple_extract simple-extract
+[[ -n "$GRML_NO_SMALL_ALIASES" ]] || alias se=simple-extract
+
+#f5# Change the xterm title from within GNU-screen
+function xtrename () {
+ emulate -L zsh
+ if [[ $1 != "-f" ]] ; then
+ if [[ -z ${DISPLAY} ]] ; then
+ printf 'xtrename only makes sense in X11.\n'
+ return 1
+ fi
+ else
+ shift
+ fi
+ if [[ -z $1 ]] ; then
+ printf 'usage: xtrename [-f] "title for xterm"\n'
+ printf ' renames the title of xterm from _within_ screen.\n'
+ printf ' also works without screen.\n'
+ printf ' will not work if DISPLAY is unset, use -f to override.\n'
+ return 0
+ fi
+ print -n "\eP\e]0;${1}\C-G\e\\"
+ return 0
+}
+
+# Create small urls via http://goo.gl using curl(1).
+# API reference: https://code.google.com/apis/urlshortener/
+function zurl () {
+ emulate -L zsh
+ setopt extended_glob
+
+ if [[ -z $1 ]]; then
+ print "USAGE: zurl <URL>"
+ return 1
+ fi
+
+ local PN url prog api json contenttype item
+ local -a data
+ PN=$0
+ url=$1
+
+ # Prepend 'http://' to given URL where necessary for later output.
+ if [[ ${url} != http(s|)://* ]]; then
+ url='http://'${url}
+ fi
+
+ if check_com -c curl; then
+ prog=curl
+ else
+ print "curl is not available, but mandatory for ${PN}. Aborting."
+ return 1
+ fi
+ api='https://www.googleapis.com/urlshortener/v1/url'
+ contenttype="Content-Type: application/json"
+ json="{\"longUrl\": \"${url}\"}"
+ data=(${(f)"$($prog --silent -H ${contenttype} -d ${json} $api)"})
+ # Parse the response
+ for item in "${data[@]}"; do
+ case "$item" in
+ ' '#'"id":'*)
+ item=${item#*: \"}
+ item=${item%\",*}
+ printf '%s\n' "$item"
+ return 0
+ ;;
+ esac
+ done
+ return 1
+}
+
+#f2# Find history events by search pattern and list them by date.
+function whatwhen () {
+ emulate -L zsh
+ local usage help ident format_l format_s first_char remain first last
+ usage='USAGE: whatwhen [options] <searchstring> <search range>'
+ help='Use `whatwhen -h'\'' for further explanations.'
+ ident=${(l,${#${:-Usage: }},, ,)}
+ format_l="${ident}%s\t\t\t%s\n"
+ format_s="${format_l//(\\t)##/\\t}"
+ # Make the first char of the word to search for case
+ # insensitive; e.g. [aA]
+ first_char=[${(L)1[1]}${(U)1[1]}]
+ remain=${1[2,-1]}
+ # Default search range is `-100'.
+ first=${2:-\-100}
+ # Optional, just used for `<first> <last>' given.
+ last=$3
+ case $1 in
+ ("")
+ printf '%s\n\n' 'ERROR: No search string specified. Aborting.'
+ printf '%s\n%s\n\n' ${usage} ${help} && return 1
+ ;;
+ (-h)
+ printf '%s\n\n' ${usage}
+ print 'OPTIONS:'
+ printf $format_l '-h' 'show help text'
+ print '\f'
+ print 'SEARCH RANGE:'
+ printf $format_l "'0'" 'the whole history,'
+ printf $format_l '-<n>' 'offset to the current history number; (default: -100)'
+ printf $format_s '<[-]first> [<last>]' 'just searching within a give range'
+ printf '\n%s\n' 'EXAMPLES:'
+ printf ${format_l/(\\t)/} 'whatwhen grml' '# Range is set to -100 by default.'
+ printf $format_l 'whatwhen zsh -250'
+ printf $format_l 'whatwhen foo 1 99'
+ ;;
+ (\?)
+ printf '%s\n%s\n\n' ${usage} ${help} && return 1
+ ;;
+ (*)
+ # -l list results on stout rather than invoking $EDITOR.
+ # -i Print dates as in YYYY-MM-DD.
+ # -m Search for a - quoted - pattern within the history.
+ fc -li -m "*${first_char}${remain}*" $first $last
+ ;;
+ esac
+}
+
+# mercurial related stuff
+if check_com -c hg ; then
+ # gnu like diff for mercurial
+ # http://www.selenic.com/mercurial/wiki/index.cgi/TipsAndTricks
+ #f5# GNU like diff for mercurial
+ function hgdi () {
+ emulate -L zsh
+ local i
+ for i in $(hg status -marn "$@") ; diff -ubwd <(hg cat "$i") "$i"
+ }
+
+ # build debian package
+ #a2# Alias for \kbd{hg-buildpackage}
+ alias hbp='hg-buildpackage'
+
+ # execute commands on the versioned patch-queue from the current repos
+ [[ -n "$GRML_NO_SMALL_ALIASES" ]] || alias mq='hg -R $(readlink -f $(hg root)/.hg/patches)'
+
+ # diffstat for specific version of a mercurial repository
+ # hgstat => display diffstat between last revision and tip
+ # hgstat 1234 => display diffstat between revision 1234 and tip
+ #f5# Diffstat for specific version of a mercurial repos
+ function hgstat () {
+ emulate -L zsh
+ [[ -n "$1" ]] && hg diff -r $1 -r tip | diffstat || hg export tip | diffstat
+ }
+
+fi # end of check whether we have the 'hg'-executable
+
+# grml-small cleanups
+
+# The following is used to remove zsh-config-items that do not work
+# in grml-small by default.
+# If you do not want these adjustments (for whatever reason), set
+# $GRMLSMALL_SPECIFIC to 0 in your .zshrc.pre file (which this configuration
+# sources if it is there).
+
+if (( GRMLSMALL_SPECIFIC > 0 )) && isgrmlsmall ; then
+
+ unset "abk[V]"
+ unalias 'V' &> /dev/null
+ unfunction vman &> /dev/null
+ unfunction viless &> /dev/null
+ unfunction 2html &> /dev/null
+
+ # manpages are not in grmlsmall
+ unfunction manzsh &> /dev/null
+ unfunction man2 &> /dev/null
+
+fi
+
+zrclocal
+
+## genrefcard.pl settings
+
+### doc strings for external functions from files
+#m# f5 grml-wallpaper() Sets a wallpaper (try completion for possible values)
+
+### example: split functions-search 8,16,24,32
+#@# split functions-search 8
+
+## END OF FILE #################################################################
+# vim:filetype=zsh foldmethod=marker autoindent expandtab shiftwidth=4
+# Local variables:
+# mode: sh
+# End: