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My ~/.bashrc
green=$(tput setaf 2)
yellow=$(tput setaf 3)
magenta=$(tput setaf 5)
reset=$(tput sgr0)
# This was not working with \w, which has since been changed to \W in favor of window title showing $PWD
# PROMPT_DIRTRIM=3
export EDITOR='code --wait';
export SVN_EDITOR='code --wait';
### TEST STUFF ###
### ALIASES ###
alias bashrc='code ~/.bashrc -w && source ~/.bashrc'
alias hosts='code /etc/hosts'
alias ls='ls -1AFG'
alias la='ls -hlo'
alias o='open .'
alias sshkey='cat ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub | pbcopy'
alias sshhhs='ssh helenhou@helenhousandi.com -p18765'
alias sshwporg='ssh -ND 8080 -p22 helen@proxy.wordpress.org'
alias sphp='/usr/local/bin/sphp-osx/sphp'
alias fix10upbot='heroku ps:scale hubot=0 && heroku ps:scale hubot=1'
alias plugin-deploy='sh ~/Dropbox/cli/plugin-deploy/plugin-deploy.sh'
alias plugin-tag='sh ~/Dropbox/cli/plugin-deploy/plugin-tag.sh'
# VVV
vvvlink() {
ln -s /srv/www/sites/$1 $1
}
# SVN
alias a='sh ~/Dropbox/cli/attach-patch.sh'
alias sd='svn diff > /tmp/svn.diff && code /tmp/svn.diff'
alias sr=svnclean
alias sup='svn up --ignore-externals'
mod() {
svn stat --ignore-externals | grep '^[^?X]'
}
red() {
svn diff | ack "^[-|\+]" -oh | sort | uniq -c | ack [0-9]+ -oh | xargs | awk '{print $1 - $2}'
}
svnstash() {
svn diff > ~/Desktop/$1.diff
}
svnclean() {
svn revert -R * && find . -name "*.orig" -delete && find . -name "*.rej" -delete && sup
}
tp() {
#curl "$1?format=raw" | /usr/bin/patch -p0
grunt patch:$1
}
# GIT
alias ahead='git log origin/master..HEAD'
# alias gd='git diff | code -'
alias gd='git diff > /tmp/git.diff && code /tmp/git.diff --wait'
alias gp='git pull'
alias gpr='git pull --rebase'
alias gr='git reset --hard HEAD'
alias gs='git status'
### PROMPT ###
# I am not convinced this is always working correctly.
export PROMPT_DIRTRIM=3
parse_svn_revision() {
local BRANCH INFO=$(svn info 2>/dev/null)
[ "$INFO" ] || return
REV=$(printf "%s\n" "$INFO" | grep Revision | sed -e 's/Revision: //')
BRANCH=$(printf "%s\n" "$INFO" | grep ^URL | sed -e 's/URL: //' | xargs basename)
printf "${BRANCH}:r${REV}"
}
svn_local_changes() {
local DIRTY INFO=$(svn info 2>/dev/null)
[ "$INFO" ] || return
[ "$(svn stat --ignore-externals | grep -v [X?])" ] && DIRTY=' * '
printf "$DIRTY"
}
# get current branch in git repo
parse_git_branch() {
# SVN checkouts inside Git repos, cough VVV
local SVN=$(svn info 2>/dev/null)
[ ! "$SVN" ] || return
BRANCH=$(git symbolic-ref --short HEAD 2>/dev/null)
[ "$BRANCH" ] || return
STAT=$(parse_git_dirty)
printf "[${BRANCH}\001${green}\002${STAT}\001${magenta}\002]"
}
# get current status of git repo
parse_git_dirty() {
BRANCH=$(git symbolic-ref --short HEAD 2>/dev/null)
REMOTE=$(git rev-parse --symbolic-full-name --abbrev-ref @{upstream} 2>/dev/null)
if [ "$REMOTE" ]; then
FETCH=$(printf "$REMOTE" | sed 's!/! !')
git fetch $FETCH &>/dev/null
BEHIND=$(git rev-list "${BRANCH}..${REMOTE}" --count 2>/dev/null)
AHEAD=$(git rev-list "${REMOTE}..${BRANCH}" --count 2>/dev/null)
else
# If there is no remote (i.e. local branch),
# show how many commits since this was branched off.
PREV=$(git show-branch 2>/dev/null | ack '\!' | ack -v "$BRANCH" | head -n1 | sed 's/.*\[\(.*\)\].*/\1/' | sed 's/[\^~].*//')
# The above is having something go weird and I basically always branch off master so let's just be lazy for now
# PREV="master"
AHEAD=$(git rev-list "${PREV}..${BRANCH}" --count 2>/dev/null)
BEHIND=0
fi
# This is still from whatever the original source was,
# I am not sure I like this method but it will do for now.
STATUS=$(git status 2>&1 | tee)
DIRTY=$(printf "${STATUS}" 2> /dev/null | grep "modified:" &> /dev/null; printf "$?")
UNTRACKED=$(printf "${STATUS}" 2> /dev/null | grep "Untracked files" &> /dev/null; printf "$?")
NEWFILE=$(printf "${STATUS}" 2> /dev/null | grep "new file:" &> /dev/null; printf "$?")
RENAMED=$(printf "${STATUS}" 2> /dev/null | grep "renamed:" &> /dev/null; printf "$?")
DELETED=$(printf "${STATUS}" 2> /dev/null | grep "deleted:" &> /dev/null; printf "$?")
BITS=''
if [ "${DIRTY}" == "0" ]; then
BITS="*${BITS}"
fi
if [ "${RENAMED}" == "0" ]; then
BITS=">${BITS}"
fi
if [ "${AHEAD}" -gt "0" ]; then
BITS="↑\001${reset}\002${AHEAD}\001${green}\002${BITS}"
fi
if [ "${BEHIND}" -gt "0" ]; then
BITS="↓\001${reset}\002${BEHIND}\001${green}\002${BITS}"
fi
if [ "${NEWFILE}" == "0" ]; then
BITS="+${BITS}"
fi
if [ "${UNTRACKED}" == "0" ]; then
BITS="?${BITS}"
fi
if [ "${DELETED}" == "0" ]; then
BITS="x${BITS}"
fi
if [ ! "${BITS}" == "" ]; then
printf " ${BITS}"
else
printf ""
fi
}
set_bash_prompt() {
# Working directory in the tab / window
# Not necessary in Terminal anymore, but still needed in iTerm, etc.
# Tab name (1) - working directory
echo -ne "\033]1;${PWD##*/}\007"
# Window name (2) - full path
echo -ne "\033]2;$PWD\007"
# ❄️ 👑
# The variation sequence needs to be indicated as non-printing for length
# or else you get fun wrapping problems.
# Octals just make it easier to see instead of pasting an invisible character.
# Octals and variant detection from http://graphemica.com/
CROWN="\360\237\221\221"
SNOW="\342\235\204"
VARIANT="\357\270\217"
PS1="${SNOW}\[${VARIANT}\] ${CROWN} \[${yellow}\]\W \[${magenta}\]\$(parse_svn_revision)\$(parse_git_branch)\[${green}\]\$(svn_local_changes)\[${reset}\]$ "
}
# This prompt still has some kind of length issue;
# manifests when you cycle past a long history entry.
PROMPT_COMMAND="set_bash_prompt; $PROMPT_COMMAND"
export NVM_DIR="$HOME/.nvm"
[ -s "$NVM_DIR/nvm.sh" ] && \. "$NVM_DIR/nvm.sh" # This loads nvm
[ -s "$NVM_DIR/bash_completion" ] && \. "$NVM_DIR/bash_completion" # This loads nvm bash_completion
[ -f /usr/local/etc/profile.d/autojump.sh ] && . /usr/local/etc/profile.d/autojump.sh
# [ -f /usr/local/etc/bash_completion ] && . /usr/local/etc/bash_completion
source ~/Dropbox/cli/git-completion.bash
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