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# Add `~/bin` to the `$PATH`
export PATH="$HOME/bin:$PATH";
# Load the shell dotfiles, and then some:
# * ~/.path can be used to extend `$PATH`.
# * ~/.extra can be used for other settings you don’t want to commit.
for file in ~/.{path,bash_prompt,exports,aliases,functions,extra}; do
[ -r "$file" ] && [ -f "$file" ] && source "$file";
done;
unset file;
# Case-insensitive globbing (used in pathname expansion)
shopt -s nocaseglob;
# Append to the Bash history file, rather than overwriting it
shopt -s histappend;
# Autocorrect typos in path names when using `cd`
shopt -s cdspell;
# Enable some Bash 4 features when possible:
# * `autocd`, e.g. `**/qux` will enter `./foo/bar/baz/qux`
# * Recursive globbing, e.g. `echo **/*.txt`
for option in autocd globstar; do
shopt -s "$option" 2> /dev/null;
done;
# Add tab completion for many Bash commands
if which brew &> /dev/null && [ -f "$(brew --prefix)/share/bash-completion/bash_completion" ]; then
source "$(brew --prefix)/share/bash-completion/bash_completion";
elif [ -f /etc/bash_completion ]; then
source /etc/bash_completion;
fi;
# Enable tab completion for `g` by marking it as an alias for `git`
if type _git &> /dev/null && [ -f /usr/local/etc/bash_completion.d/git-completion.bash ]; then
complete -o default -o nospace -F _git g;
fi;
# Add tab completion for SSH hostnames based on ~/.ssh/config, ignoring wildcards
[ -e "$HOME/.ssh/config" ] && complete -o "default" -o "nospace" -W "$(grep "^Host" ~/.ssh/config | grep -v "[?*]" | cut -d " " -f2- | tr ' ' '\n')" scp sftp ssh;
# Add tab completion for `defaults read|write NSGlobalDomain`
# You could just use `-g` instead, but I like being explicit
complete -W "NSGlobalDomain" defaults;
# Add `killall` tab completion for common apps
complete -o "nospace" -W "Contacts Calendar Dock Finder Mail Safari iTunes SystemUIServer Terminal Twitter" killall;
export PATH="/usr/local/sbin:$PATH"
#!/usr/bin/env bash
# Shell prompt based on the Solarized Dark theme.
# Screenshot: http://i.imgur.com/EkEtphC.png
# Heavily inspired by @necolas’s prompt: https://github.com/necolas/dotfiles
# iTerm → Profiles → Text → use 13pt Monaco with 1.1 vertical spacing.
if [[ $COLORTERM = gnome-* && $TERM = xterm ]] && infocmp gnome-256color >/dev/null 2>&1; then
export TERM='gnome-256color';
elif infocmp xterm-256color >/dev/null 2>&1; then
export TERM='xterm-256color';
fi;
prompt_git() {
local s='';
local branchName='';
# Check if the current directory is in a Git repository.
if [ $(git rev-parse --is-inside-work-tree &>/dev/null; echo "${?}") == '0' ]; then
# check if the current directory is in .git before running git checks
if [ "$(git rev-parse --is-inside-git-dir 2> /dev/null)" == 'false' ]; then
# Ensure the index is up to date.
git update-index --really-refresh -q &>/dev/null;
# Check for uncommitted changes in the index.
if ! $(git diff --quiet --ignore-submodules --cached); then
s+='+';
fi;
# Check for unstaged changes.
if ! $(git diff-files --quiet --ignore-submodules --); then
s+='!';
fi;
# Check for untracked files.
if [ -n "$(git ls-files --others --exclude-standard)" ]; then
s+='?';
fi;
# Check for stashed files.
if $(git rev-parse --verify refs/stash &>/dev/null); then
s+='$';
fi;
fi;
# Get the short symbolic ref.
# If HEAD isn’t a symbolic ref, get the short SHA for the latest commit
# Otherwise, just give up.
branchName="$(git symbolic-ref --quiet --short HEAD 2> /dev/null || \
git rev-parse --short HEAD 2> /dev/null || \
echo '(unknown)')";
[ -n "${s}" ] && s=" [${s}]";
echo -e "${1}${branchName}${2}${s}";
else
return;
fi;
}
if tput setaf 1 &> /dev/null; then
tput sgr0; # reset colors
bold=$(tput bold);
reset=$(tput sgr0);
# Solarized colors, taken from http://git.io/solarized-colors.
black=$(tput setaf 0);
blue=$(tput setaf 33);
cyan=$(tput setaf 37);
green=$(tput setaf 64);
orange=$(tput setaf 166);
purple=$(tput setaf 125);
red=$(tput setaf 124);
violet=$(tput setaf 61);
white=$(tput setaf 15);
yellow=$(tput setaf 136);
else
bold='';
reset="\e[0m";
black="\e[1;30m";
blue="\e[1;34m";
cyan="\e[1;36m";
green="\e[1;32m";
orange="\e[1;33m";
purple="\e[1;35m";
red="\e[1;31m";
violet="\e[1;35m";
white="\e[1;37m";
yellow="\e[1;33m";
fi;
# Highlight the user name when logged in as root.
if [[ "${USER}" == "root" ]]; then
userStyle="${red}";
else
userStyle="${orange}";
fi;
# Highlight the hostname when connected via SSH.
if [[ "${SSH_TTY}" ]]; then
hostStyle="${bold}${red}";
else
hostStyle="${yellow}";
fi;
# Set the terminal title and prompt.
PS1="\[\033]0;\W\007\]"; # working directory base name
PS1+="\[${bold}\]\n"; # newline
PS1+="\[${userStyle}\]\u"; # username
PS1+="\[${white}\] at ";
PS1+="\[${hostStyle}\]\h"; # host
PS1+="\[${white}\] in ";
PS1+="\[${green}\]\w"; # working directory full path
PS1+="\$(prompt_git \"\[${white}\] on \[${violet}\]\" \"\[${blue}\]\")"; # Git repository details
PS1+="\n";
PS1+="\[${white}\]\$ \[${reset}\]"; # `$` (and reset color)
export PS1;
PS2="\[${yellow}\]→ \[${reset}\]";
export PS2;
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