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This is my config for Powerlevel9k theme for ZSH located in ~/.oh-my-zsh/custom/themes/powerlevel9k
# vim:ft=zsh ts=2 sw=2 sts=2 et fenc=utf-8
################################################################
# powerlevel9k Theme
# https://github.com/bhilburn/powerlevel9k
#
# This theme was inspired by agnoster's Theme:
# https://gist.github.com/3712874
################################################################
################################################################
# For basic documentation, please refer to the README.md in the top-level
# directory. For more detailed documentation, refer to the project wiki, hosted
# on Github: https://github.com/bhilburn/powerlevel9k/wiki
#
# There are a lot of easy ways you can customize your prompt segments and
# theming with simple variables defined in your `~/.zshrc`.
################################################################
## Turn on for Debugging
#zstyle ':vcs_info:*+*:*' debug true
#set -o xtrace
# Try to set the installation path
if [[ -n "$POWERLEVEL9K_INSTALLATION_PATH" ]]; then
# If an installation path was set manually,
# it should trump any other location found.
# Do nothing. This is all right, as we use the
# POWERLEVEL9K_INSTALLATION_PATH for further processing.
elif [[ $(whence -w prompt_powerlevel9k_setup) =~ "function" ]]; then
# Check if the theme was called as a function (e.g., from prezto)
autoload -U is-at-least
if is-at-least 5.0.8; then
# Try to find the correct path of the script.
POWERLEVEL9K_INSTALLATION_PATH=$(whence -v $0 | sed "s/$0 is a shell function from //")
elif [[ -f "${ZDOTDIR:-$HOME}/.zprezto/modules/prompt/init.zsh" ]]; then
# If there is an prezto installation, we assume that powerlevel9k is linked there.
POWERLEVEL9K_INSTALLATION_PATH="${ZDOTDIR:-$HOME}/.zprezto/modules/prompt/functions/prompt_powerlevel9k_setup"
fi
else
# Last resort: Set installation path is script path
POWERLEVEL9K_INSTALLATION_PATH="$0"
fi
# Resolve the installation path
if [[ -L "$POWERLEVEL9K_INSTALLATION_PATH" ]]; then
# If this theme is sourced as a symlink, we need to locate the real URL
filename="$(realpath -P $POWERLEVEL9K_INSTALLATION_PATH 2>/dev/null || readlink -f $POWERLEVEL9K_INSTALLATION_PATH 2>/dev/null || perl -MCwd=abs_path -le 'print abs_path readlink(shift);' $POWERLEVEL9K_INSTALLATION_PATH 2>/dev/null)"
elif [[ -d "$POWERLEVEL9K_INSTALLATION_PATH" ]]; then
# Directory
filename="${POWERLEVEL9K_INSTALLATION_PATH}/powerlevel9k.zsh-theme"
elif [[ -f "$POWERLEVEL9K_INSTALLATION_PATH" ]]; then
# Script is a file
filename="$POWERLEVEL9K_INSTALLATION_PATH"
elif [[ -z "$POWERLEVEL9K_INSTALLATION_PATH" ]]; then
# Fallback: specify an installation path!
print -P "%F{red}We could not locate the installation path of powerlevel9k.%f"
print -P "Please specify by setting %F{blue}POWERLEVEL9K_INSTALLATION_PATH%f (full path incl. file name) at the very beginning of your ~/.zshrc"
return 1
else
print -P "%F{red}Script location could not be found! Maybe your %F{blue}POWERLEVEL9K_INSTALLATION_PATH%F{red} is not correct?%f"
return 1
fi
script_location="$(dirname $filename)"
################################################################
# Source icon functions
################################################################
source $script_location/functions/icons.zsh
################################################################
# Source utility functions
################################################################
source $script_location/functions/utilities.zsh
################################################################
# Source color functions
################################################################
source $script_location/functions/colors.zsh
################################################################
# Source VCS_INFO hooks / helper functions
################################################################
source $script_location/functions/vcs.zsh
################################################################
# Color Scheme
################################################################
if [[ "$POWERLEVEL9K_COLOR_SCHEME" == "light" ]]; then
DEFAULT_COLOR=white
DEFAULT_COLOR_INVERTED=black
else
DEFAULT_COLOR=black
DEFAULT_COLOR_INVERTED=white
fi
################################################################
# Prompt Segment Constructors
#
# Methodology behind user-defined variables overwriting colors:
# The first parameter to the segment constructors is the calling function's
# name. From this function name, we strip the "prompt_"-prefix and
# uppercase it. This is then prefixed with "POWERLEVEL9K_" and suffixed
# with either "_BACKGROUND" or "_FOREGROUND", thus giving us the variable
# name. So each new segment is user-overwritten by a variable following
# this naming convention.
################################################################
# The `CURRENT_BG` variable is used to remember what the last BG color used was
# when building the left-hand prompt. Because the RPROMPT is created from
# right-left but reads the opposite, this isn't necessary for the other side.
CURRENT_BG='NONE'
# Begin a left prompt segment
# Takes four arguments:
# * $1: Name of the function that was originally invoked (mandatory).
# Necessary, to make the dynamic color-overwrite mechanism work.
# * $2: The array index of the current segment
# * $3: Background color
# * $4: Foreground color
# * $5: The segment content
# * $6: An identifying icon (must be a key of the icons array)
# The latter three can be omitted,
set_default last_left_element_index 1
set_default POWERLEVEL9K_WHITESPACE_BETWEEN_LEFT_SEGMENTS " "
left_prompt_segment() {
local current_index=$2
# Check if the segment should be joined with the previous one
local joined
segmentShouldBeJoined $current_index $last_left_element_index "$POWERLEVEL9K_LEFT_PROMPT_ELEMENTS" && joined=true || joined=false
# Overwrite given background-color by user defined variable for this segment.
local BACKGROUND_USER_VARIABLE=POWERLEVEL9K_${(U)1#prompt_}_BACKGROUND
local BG_COLOR_MODIFIER=${(P)BACKGROUND_USER_VARIABLE}
[[ -n $BG_COLOR_MODIFIER ]] && 3="$BG_COLOR_MODIFIER"
# Overwrite given foreground-color by user defined variable for this segment.
local FOREGROUND_USER_VARIABLE=POWERLEVEL9K_${(U)1#prompt_}_FOREGROUND
local FG_COLOR_MODIFIER=${(P)FOREGROUND_USER_VARIABLE}
[[ -n $FG_COLOR_MODIFIER ]] && 4="$FG_COLOR_MODIFIER"
local bg fg
[[ -n "$3" ]] && bg="%K{$3}" || bg="%k"
[[ -n "$4" ]] && fg="%F{$4}" || fg="%f"
if [[ $CURRENT_BG != 'NONE' ]] && ! isSameColor "$3" "$CURRENT_BG"; then
echo -n "$bg%F{$CURRENT_BG}"
if [[ $joined == false ]]; then
# Middle segment
echo -n "$(print_icon 'LEFT_SEGMENT_SEPARATOR')$POWERLEVEL9K_WHITESPACE_BETWEEN_LEFT_SEGMENTS"
fi
elif isSameColor "$CURRENT_BG" "$3"; then
# Middle segment with same color as previous segment
# We take the current foreground color as color for our
# subsegment (or the default color). This should have
# enough contrast.
local complement
[[ -n "$4" ]] && complement="$4" || complement=$DEFAULT_COLOR
echo -n "$bg%F{$complement}"
if [[ $joined == false ]]; then
echo -n "$(print_icon 'LEFT_SUBSEGMENT_SEPARATOR')$POWERLEVEL9K_WHITESPACE_BETWEEN_LEFT_SEGMENTS"
fi
else
# First segment
echo -n "${bg}$POWERLEVEL9K_WHITESPACE_BETWEEN_LEFT_SEGMENTS"
fi
local visual_identifier
if [[ -n $6 ]]; then
visual_identifier="$(print_icon $6)"
if [[ -n "$visual_identifier" ]]; then
# Allow users to overwrite the color for the visual identifier only.
local visual_identifier_color_variable=POWERLEVEL9K_${(U)1#prompt_}_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_COLOR
set_default $visual_identifier_color_variable $4
visual_identifier="%F{${(P)visual_identifier_color_variable}%}$visual_identifier%f"
# Add an whitespace if we print more than just the visual identifier
[[ -n "$5" ]] && visual_identifier="$visual_identifier "
fi
fi
# Print the visual identifier
echo -n "${visual_identifier}"
# Print the content of the segment, if there is any
[[ -n "$5" ]] && echo -n "${fg}${5}"
echo -n "${POWERLEVEL9K_WHITESPACE_BETWEEN_LEFT_SEGMENTS}"
CURRENT_BG=$3
last_left_element_index=$current_index
}
# End the left prompt, closes the final segment.
left_prompt_end() {
if [[ -n $CURRENT_BG ]]; then
echo -n "%k%F{$CURRENT_BG}$(print_icon 'LEFT_SEGMENT_SEPARATOR')"
else
echo -n "%k"
fi
echo -n "%f$(print_icon 'LEFT_SEGMENT_END_SEPARATOR')"
CURRENT_BG=''
}
CURRENT_RIGHT_BG='NONE'
# Begin a right prompt segment
# Takes four arguments:
# * $1: Name of the function that was originally invoked (mandatory).
# Necessary, to make the dynamic color-overwrite mechanism work.
# * $2: The array index of the current segment
# * $3: Background color
# * $4: Foreground color
# * $5: The segment content
# * $6: An identifying icon (must be a key of the icons array)
# No ending for the right prompt segment is needed (unlike the left prompt, above).
set_default last_right_element_index 1
set_default POWERLEVEL9K_WHITESPACE_BETWEEN_RIGHT_SEGMENTS " "
right_prompt_segment() {
local current_index=$2
# Check if the segment should be joined with the previous one
local joined
segmentShouldBeJoined $current_index $last_right_element_index "$POWERLEVEL9K_RIGHT_PROMPT_ELEMENTS" && joined=true || joined=false
# Overwrite given background-color by user defined variable for this segment.
local BACKGROUND_USER_VARIABLE=POWERLEVEL9K_${(U)1#prompt_}_BACKGROUND
local BG_COLOR_MODIFIER=${(P)BACKGROUND_USER_VARIABLE}
[[ -n $BG_COLOR_MODIFIER ]] && 3="$BG_COLOR_MODIFIER"
# Overwrite given foreground-color by user defined variable for this segment.
local FOREGROUND_USER_VARIABLE=POWERLEVEL9K_${(U)1#prompt_}_FOREGROUND
local FG_COLOR_MODIFIER=${(P)FOREGROUND_USER_VARIABLE}
[[ -n $FG_COLOR_MODIFIER ]] && 4="$FG_COLOR_MODIFIER"
local bg fg
[[ -n "$3" ]] && bg="%K{$3}" || bg="%k"
[[ -n "$4" ]] && fg="%F{$4}" || fg="%f"
# If CURRENT_RIGHT_BG is "NONE", we are the first right segment.
if [[ $joined == false ]] || [[ "$CURRENT_RIGHT_BG" == "NONE" ]]; then
if isSameColor "$CURRENT_RIGHT_BG" "$3"; then
# Middle segment with same color as previous segment
# We take the current foreground color as color for our
# subsegment (or the default color). This should have
# enough contrast.
local complement
[[ -n "$4" ]] && complement="$4" || complement=$DEFAULT_COLOR
echo -n "%F{$complement}$(print_icon 'RIGHT_SUBSEGMENT_SEPARATOR')%f"
else
echo -n "%F{$3}$(print_icon 'RIGHT_SEGMENT_SEPARATOR')%f"
fi
fi
local visual_identifier
if [[ -n "$6" ]]; then
visual_identifier="$(print_icon $6)"
if [[ -n "$visual_identifier" ]]; then
# Allow users to overwrite the color for the visual identifier only.
local visual_identifier_color_variable=POWERLEVEL9K_${(U)1#prompt_}_VISUAL_IDENTIFIER_COLOR
set_default $visual_identifier_color_variable $4
visual_identifier="%F{${(P)visual_identifier_color_variable}%}$visual_identifier%f"
# Add an whitespace if we print more than just the visual identifier
[[ -n "$5" ]] && visual_identifier=" $visual_identifier"
fi
fi
echo -n "${bg}${fg}"
# Print whitespace only if segment is not joined or first right segment
[[ $joined == false ]] || [[ "$CURRENT_RIGHT_BG" == "NONE" ]] && echo -n "${POWERLEVEL9K_WHITESPACE_BETWEEN_RIGHT_SEGMENTS}"
# Print segment content if there is any
[[ -n "$5" ]] && echo -n "${5}"
# Print the visual identifier
echo -n "${visual_identifier}${POWERLEVEL9K_WHITESPACE_BETWEEN_RIGHT_SEGMENTS}%f"
CURRENT_RIGHT_BG=$3
last_right_element_index=$current_index
}
################################################################
# Prompt Segment Definitions
################################################################
# The `CURRENT_BG` variable is used to remember what the last BG color used was
# when building the left-hand prompt. Because the RPROMPT is created from
# right-left but reads the opposite, this isn't necessary for the other side.
CURRENT_BG='NONE'
# Anaconda Environment
prompt_anaconda() {
# Depending on the conda version, either might be set. This
# variant works even if both are set.
_path=$CONDA_ENV_PATH$CONDA_PREFIX
if ! [ -z "$_path" ]; then
# config - can be overwritten in users' zshrc file.
set_default POWERLEVEL9K_ANACONDA_LEFT_DELIMITER "("
set_default POWERLEVEL9K_ANACONDA_RIGHT_DELIMITER ")"
"$1_prompt_segment" "$0" "$2" "$3" "$4" "$POWERLEVEL9K_ANACONDA_LEFT_DELIMITER$(basename $_path)$POWERLEVEL9K_ANACONDA_RIGHT_DELIMITER" 'PYTHON_ICON'
fi
}
# AWS Profile
prompt_aws() {
local aws_profile="$AWS_DEFAULT_PROFILE"
if [[ -n "$aws_profile" ]]; then
"$1_prompt_segment" "$0" "$2" red white "$aws_profile" 'AWS_ICON'
fi
}
# Current Elastic Beanstalk environment
prompt_aws_eb_env() {
local eb_env=$(grep environment .elasticbeanstalk/config.yml 2> /dev/null | awk '{print $2}')
if [[ -n "$eb_env" ]]; then
"$1_prompt_segment" "$0" "$2" black green "$eb_env" 'AWS_EB_ICON'
fi
}
# Segment to indicate background jobs with an icon.
set_default POWERLEVEL9K_BACKGROUND_JOBS_VERBOSE true
prompt_background_jobs() {
local background_jobs_number=${$(jobs -l | wc -l)// /}
local wrong_lines=`jobs -l | awk '/pwd now/{ count++ } END {print count}'`
if [[ wrong_lines -gt 0 ]]; then
background_jobs_number=$(( $background_jobs_number - $wrong_lines ))
fi
if [[ background_jobs_number -gt 0 ]]; then
local background_jobs_number_print=""
if [[ "$POWERLEVEL9K_BACKGROUND_JOBS_VERBOSE" == "true" ]] && [[ "$background_jobs_number" -gt 1 ]]; then
background_jobs_number_print="$background_jobs_number"
fi
"$1_prompt_segment" "$0" "$2" "$DEFAULT_COLOR" "cyan" "$background_jobs_number_print" 'BACKGROUND_JOBS_ICON'
fi
}
# Segment that indicates usage level of current partition.
set_default POWERLEVEL9K_DISK_USAGE_ONLY_WARNING false
set_default POWERLEVEL9K_DISK_USAGE_WARNING_LEVEL 90
set_default POWERLEVEL9K_DISK_USAGE_CRITICAL_LEVEL 95
prompt_disk_usage() {
local current_state="unknown"
typeset -AH hdd_usage_forecolors
hdd_usage_forecolors=(
'normal' 'yellow'
'warning' "$DEFAULT_COLOR"
'critical' 'white'
)
typeset -AH hdd_usage_backcolors
hdd_usage_backcolors=(
'normal' $DEFAULT_COLOR
'warning' 'yellow'
'critical' 'red'
)
local disk_usage="${$(\df -P . | sed -n '2p' | awk '{ print $5 }')%%\%}"
if [ "$disk_usage" -ge "$POWERLEVEL9K_DISK_USAGE_WARNING_LEVEL" ]; then
current_state='warning'
if [ "$disk_usage" -ge "$POWERLEVEL9K_DISK_USAGE_CRITICAL_LEVEL" ]; then
current_state='critical'
fi
else
if [[ "$POWERLEVEL9K_DISK_USAGE_ONLY_WARNING" == true ]]; then
current_state=''
return
fi
current_state='normal'
fi
local message="${disk_usage}%%"
# Draw the prompt_segment
if [[ -n $disk_usage ]]; then
"$1_prompt_segment" "${0}_${current_state}" "$2" "${hdd_usage_backcolors[$current_state]}" "${hdd_usage_forecolors[$current_state]}" "$message" 'DISK_ICON'
fi
}
prompt_battery() {
# The battery can have four different states - default to 'unknown'.
local current_state='unknown'
typeset -AH battery_states
battery_states=(
'low' 'red'
'charging' 'yellow'
'charged' 'green'
'disconnected' "$DEFAULT_COLOR_INVERTED"
)
# Set default values if the user did not configure them
set_default POWERLEVEL9K_BATTERY_LOW_THRESHOLD 10
if [[ $OS =~ OSX && -f /usr/bin/pmset && -x /usr/bin/pmset ]]; then
# obtain battery information from system
local raw_data="$(pmset -g batt | awk 'FNR==2{print}')"
# return if there is no battery on system
[[ -z $(echo $raw_data | grep "InternalBattery") ]] && return
# Time remaining on battery operation (charging/discharging)
local tstring=$(echo $raw_data | awk -F ';' '{print $3}' | awk '{print $1}')
# If time has not been calculated by system yet
[[ $tstring =~ '(\(no|not)' ]] && tstring="..."
# percent of battery charged
typeset -i 10 bat_percent
bat_percent=$(echo $raw_data | grep -o '[0-9]*%' | sed 's/%//')
local remain=""
# Logic for string output
case $(echo $raw_data | awk -F ';' '{print $2}' | awk '{$1=$1};1') in
# for a short time after attaching power, status will be 'AC attached;'
'charging'|'finishing charge'|'AC attached')
current_state="charging"
remain=" ($tstring)"
;;
'discharging')
[[ $bat_percent -lt $POWERLEVEL9K_BATTERY_LOW_THRESHOLD ]] && current_state="low" || current_state="disconnected"
remain=" ($tstring)"
;;
*)
current_state="charged"
;;
esac
fi
if [[ $OS =~ Linux ]]; then
local sysp="/sys/class/power_supply"
# Reported BAT0 or BAT1 depending on kernel version
[[ -a $sysp/BAT0 ]] && local bat=$sysp/BAT0
[[ -a $sysp/BAT1 ]] && local bat=$sysp/BAT1
# Return if no battery found
[[ -z $bat ]] && return
local capacity=$(cat $bat/capacity)
local battery_status=$(cat $bat/status)
[[ $capacity -gt 100 ]] && local bat_percent=100 || local bat_percent=$capacity
[[ $battery_status =~ Charging || $battery_status =~ Full ]] && local connected=true
if [[ -z $connected ]]; then
[[ $bat_percent -lt $POWERLEVEL9K_BATTERY_LOW_THRESHOLD ]] && current_state="low" || current_state="disconnected"
else
[[ $bat_percent =~ 100 ]] && current_state="charged"
[[ $bat_percent -lt 100 ]] && current_state="charging"
fi
if [[ -f /usr/bin/acpi ]]; then
local time_remaining=$(acpi | awk '{ print $5 }')
if [[ $time_remaining =~ rate ]]; then
local tstring="..."
elif [[ $time_remaining =~ "[[:digit:]]+" ]]; then
local tstring=${(f)$(date -u -d "$(echo $time_remaining)" +%k:%M 2> /dev/null)}
fi
fi
[[ -n $tstring ]] && local remain=" ($tstring)"
fi
local message
# Default behavior: Be verbose!
set_default POWERLEVEL9K_BATTERY_VERBOSE true
if [[ "$POWERLEVEL9K_BATTERY_VERBOSE" == true ]]; then
message="$bat_percent%%$remain"
else
message="$bat_percent%%"
fi
# Draw the prompt_segment
if [[ -n $bat_percent ]]; then
"$1_prompt_segment" "${0}_${current_state}" "$2" "$DEFAULT_COLOR" "${battery_states[$current_state]}" "$message" 'BATTERY_ICON'
fi
}
# Public IP segment
# Parameters:
# * $1 Alignment: string - left|right
# * $2 Index: integer
# * $3 Joined: bool - If the segment should be joined
prompt_public_ip() {
# set default values for segment
set_default POWERLEVEL9K_PUBLIC_IP_TIMEOUT "300"
set_default POWERLEVEL9K_PUBLIC_IP_NONE ""
set_default POWERLEVEL9K_PUBLIC_IP_FILE "/tmp/p9k_public_ip"
set_default POWERLEVEL9K_PUBLIC_IP_HOST "http://ident.me"
defined POWERLEVEL9K_PUBLIC_IP_METHODS || POWERLEVEL9K_PUBLIC_IP_METHODS=(dig curl wget)
# Do we need a fresh IP?
local refresh_ip=false
if [[ -f $POWERLEVEL9K_PUBLIC_IP_FILE ]]; then
typeset -i timediff
# if saved IP is more than
timediff=$(($(date +%s) - $(date -r $POWERLEVEL9K_PUBLIC_IP_FILE +%s)))
[[ $timediff -gt $POWERLEVEL9K_PUBLIC_IP_TIMEOUT ]] && refresh_ip=true
# If tmp file is empty get a fresh IP
[[ -z $(cat $POWERLEVEL9K_PUBLIC_IP_FILE) ]] && refresh_ip=true
[[ -n $POWERLEVEL9K_PUBLIC_IP_NONE ]] && [[ $(cat $POWERLEVEL9K_PUBLIC_IP_FILE) =~ "$POWERLEVEL9K_PUBLIC_IP_NONE" ]] && refresh_ip=true
else
touch $POWERLEVEL9K_PUBLIC_IP_FILE && refresh_ip=true
fi
# grab a fresh IP if needed
local fresh_ip
if [[ $refresh_ip =~ true && -w $POWERLEVEL9K_PUBLIC_IP_FILE ]]; then
for method in "${POWERLEVEL9K_PUBLIC_IP_METHODS[@]}"; do
case $method in
'dig')
fresh_ip="$(dig +time=1 +tries=1 +short myip.opendns.com @resolver1.opendns.com 2> /dev/null)"
[[ "$fresh_ip" =~ ^\; ]] && unset fresh_ip
;;
'curl')
fresh_ip="$(curl --max-time 10 -w '\n' "$POWERLEVEL9K_PUBLIC_IP_HOST" 2> /dev/null)"
;;
'wget')
fresh_ip="$(wget -T 10 -qO- "$POWERLEVEL9K_PUBLIC_IP_HOST" 2> /dev/null)"
;;
esac
# If we found a fresh IP, break loop.
if [[ -n "${fresh_ip}" ]]; then
break;
fi
done
# write IP to tmp file or clear tmp file if an IP was not retrieved
# Redirection with `>!`. From the manpage: Same as >, except that the file
# is truncated to zero length if it exists, even if CLOBBER is unset.
# If the file already exists, and a simple `>` redirection and CLOBBER
# unset, ZSH will produce an error.
[[ -n "${fresh_ip}" ]] && echo $fresh_ip >! $POWERLEVEL9K_PUBLIC_IP_FILE || echo $POWERLEVEL9K_PUBLIC_IP_NONE >! $POWERLEVEL9K_PUBLIC_IP_FILE
fi
# read public IP saved to tmp file
local public_ip="$(cat $POWERLEVEL9K_PUBLIC_IP_FILE)"
# Draw the prompt segment
if [[ -n $public_ip ]]; then
$1_prompt_segment "$0" "$2" "$DEFAULT_COLOR" "$DEFAULT_COLOR_INVERTED" "${public_ip}" 'PUBLIC_IP_ICON'
fi
}
# Context: user@hostname (who am I and where am I)
# Note that if $DEFAULT_USER is not set, this prompt segment will always print
set_default POWERLEVEL9K_ALWAYS_SHOW_CONTEXT false
set_default POWERLEVEL9K_ALWAYS_SHOW_USER false
set_default POWERLEVEL9K_CONTEXT_TEMPLATE "%n@%m"
prompt_context() {
local current_state="DEFAULT"
typeset -AH context_states
context_states=(
"ROOT" "yellow"
"DEFAULT" "011"
)
local content=""
if [[ "$POWERLEVEL9K_ALWAYS_SHOW_CONTEXT" == true ]] || [[ "$USER" != "$DEFAULT_USER" ]] || [[ -n "$SSH_CLIENT" || -n "$SSH_TTY" ]]; then
if [[ $(print -P "%#") == '#' ]]; then
current_state="ROOT"
fi
content="${POWERLEVEL9K_CONTEXT_TEMPLATE}"
elif [[ "$POWERLEVEL9K_ALWAYS_SHOW_USER" == true ]]; then
content="$USER"
else
return
fi
"$1_prompt_segment" "${0}_${current_state}" "$2" "$DEFAULT_COLOR" "${context_states[$current_state]}" "${content}"
}
# The 'custom` prompt provides a way for users to invoke commands and display
# the output in a segment.
prompt_custom() {
local command=POWERLEVEL9K_CUSTOM_$3:u
local segment_content="$(eval ${(P)command})"
if [[ -n $segment_content ]]; then
"$1_prompt_segment" "${0}_${3:u}" "$2" $DEFAULT_COLOR_INVERTED $DEFAULT_COLOR "$segment_content"
fi
}
# Display the duration the command needed to run.
prompt_command_execution_time() {
set_default POWERLEVEL9K_COMMAND_EXECUTION_TIME_THRESHOLD 3
set_default POWERLEVEL9K_COMMAND_EXECUTION_TIME_PRECISION 2
# Print time in human readable format
# For that use `strftime` and convert
# the duration (float) to an seconds
# (integer).
# See http://unix.stackexchange.com/a/89748
local humanReadableDuration
if (( _P9K_COMMAND_DURATION > 3600 )); then
humanReadableDuration=$(TZ=GMT; strftime '%H:%M:%S' $(( int(rint(_P9K_COMMAND_DURATION)) )))
elif (( _P9K_COMMAND_DURATION > 60 )); then
humanReadableDuration=$(TZ=GMT; strftime '%M:%S' $(( int(rint(_P9K_COMMAND_DURATION)) )))
else
# If the command executed in seconds, print as float.
# Convert to float
if [[ "${POWERLEVEL9K_COMMAND_EXECUTION_TIME_PRECISION}" == "0" ]]; then
# If user does not want microseconds, then we need to convert
# the duration to an integer.
typeset -i humanReadableDuration
else
typeset -F ${POWERLEVEL9K_COMMAND_EXECUTION_TIME_PRECISION} humanReadableDuration
fi
humanReadableDuration=$_P9K_COMMAND_DURATION
fi
if (( _P9K_COMMAND_DURATION >= POWERLEVEL9K_COMMAND_EXECUTION_TIME_THRESHOLD )); then
"$1_prompt_segment" "$0" "$2" "red" "226" "${humanReadableDuration}" 'EXECUTION_TIME_ICON'
fi
}
# Dir: current working directory
set_default POWERLEVEL9K_DIR_PATH_SEPARATOR "/"
prompt_dir() {
local current_path="$(print -P "%~")"
if [[ -n "$POWERLEVEL9K_SHORTEN_DIR_LENGTH" || "$POWERLEVEL9K_SHORTEN_STRATEGY" == "truncate_with_folder_marker" ]]; then
set_default POWERLEVEL9K_SHORTEN_DELIMITER $'\U2026'
case "$POWERLEVEL9K_SHORTEN_STRATEGY" in
truncate_middle)
current_path=$(pwd | sed -e "s,^$HOME,~," | sed $SED_EXTENDED_REGEX_PARAMETER "s/([^/]{$POWERLEVEL9K_SHORTEN_DIR_LENGTH})[^/]+([^/]{$POWERLEVEL9K_SHORTEN_DIR_LENGTH})\//\1$POWERLEVEL9K_SHORTEN_DELIMITER\2\//g")
;;
truncate_from_right)
current_path=$(truncatePathFromRight "$(pwd | sed -e "s,^$HOME,~,")" )
;;
truncate_with_package_name)
local name repo_path package_path current_dir zero
# Get the path of the Git repo, which should have the package.json file
if [[ $(git rev-parse --is-inside-work-tree 2> /dev/null) == "true" ]]; then
# Get path from the root of the git repository to the current dir
local gitPath=$(git rev-parse --show-prefix)
# Remove trailing slash from git path, so that we can
# remove that git path from the pwd.
gitPath=${gitPath%/}
package_path=${$(pwd)%%$gitPath}
# Remove trailing slash
package_path=${package_path%/}
elif [[ $(git rev-parse --is-inside-git-dir 2> /dev/null) == "true" ]]; then
package_path=${$(pwd)%%/.git*}
fi
# Replace the shortest possible match of the marked folder from
# the current path. Remove the amount of characters up to the
# folder marker from the left. Count only the visible characters
# in the path (this is done by the "zero" pattern; see
# http://stackoverflow.com/a/40855342/5586433).
local zero='%([BSUbfksu]|([FB]|){*})'
current_dir=$(pwd)
# Then, find the length of the package_path string, and save the
# subdirectory path as a substring of the current directory's path from 0
# to the length of the package path's string
subdirectory_path=$(truncatePathFromRight "${current_dir:${#${(S%%)package_path//$~zero/}}}")
# Parse the 'name' from the package.json; if there are any problems, just
# print the file path
defined POWERLEVEL9K_DIR_PACKAGE_FILES || POWERLEVEL9K_DIR_PACKAGE_FILES=(package.json composer.json)
local pkgFile="unknown"
for file in "${POWERLEVEL9K_DIR_PACKAGE_FILES[@]}"; do
if [[ -f "${package_path}/${file}" ]]; then
pkgFile="${package_path}/${file}"
break;
fi
done
local packageName=$(jq '.name' ${pkgFile} 2> /dev/null \
|| node -e 'console.log(require(process.argv[1]).name);' ${pkgFile} 2>/dev/null \
|| cat "${pkgFile}" 2> /dev/null | grep -m 1 "\"name\"" | awk -F ':' '{print $2}' | awk -F '"' '{print $2}' 2>/dev/null \
)
if [[ -n "${packageName}" ]]; then
# Instead of printing out the full path, print out the name of the package
# from the package.json and append the current subdirectory
current_path="`echo $packageName | tr -d '"'`$subdirectory_path"
else
current_path=$(truncatePathFromRight "$(pwd | sed -e "s,^$HOME,~,")" )
fi
;;
truncate_with_folder_marker)
local last_marked_folder marked_folder
set_default POWERLEVEL9K_SHORTEN_FOLDER_MARKER ".shorten_folder_marker"
# Search for the folder marker in the parent directories and
# buildup a pattern that is removed from the current path
# later on.
for marked_folder in $(upsearch $POWERLEVEL9K_SHORTEN_FOLDER_MARKER); do
if [[ "$marked_folder" == "/" ]]; then
# If we reached root folder, stop upsearch.
current_path="/"
elif [[ "$marked_folder" == "$HOME" ]]; then
# If we reached home folder, stop upsearch.
current_path="~"
elif [[ "${marked_folder%/*}" == $last_marked_folder ]]; then
current_path="${current_path%/}/${marked_folder##*/}"
else
current_path="${current_path%/}/$POWERLEVEL9K_SHORTEN_DELIMITER/${marked_folder##*/}"
fi
last_marked_folder=$marked_folder
done
# Replace the shortest possible match of the marked folder from
# the current path.
current_path=$current_path${PWD#${last_marked_folder}*}
;;
*)
current_path="$(print -P "%$((POWERLEVEL9K_SHORTEN_DIR_LENGTH+1))(c:$POWERLEVEL9K_SHORTEN_DELIMITER/:)%${POWERLEVEL9K_SHORTEN_DIR_LENGTH}c")"
;;
esac
fi
if [[ "${POWERLEVEL9K_DIR_OMIT_FIRST_CHARACTER}" == "true" ]]; then
current_path="${current_path[2,-1]}"
fi
if [[ "${POWERLEVEL9K_DIR_PATH_SEPARATOR}" != "/" ]]; then
current_path="$( echo "${current_path}" | sed "s/\//${POWERLEVEL9K_DIR_PATH_SEPARATOR}/g")"
fi
typeset -AH dir_states
dir_states=(
"DEFAULT" "FOLDER_ICON"
"HOME" "HOME_ICON"
"HOME_SUBFOLDER" "HOME_SUB_ICON"
)
local current_state="DEFAULT"
if [[ $(print -P "%~") == '~' ]]; then
current_state="HOME"
elif [[ $(print -P "%~") == '~'* ]]; then
current_state="HOME_SUBFOLDER"
fi
"$1_prompt_segment" "$0_${current_state}" "$2" "blue" "$DEFAULT_COLOR" "${current_path}" "${dir_states[$current_state]}"
}
# Docker machine
prompt_docker_machine() {
local docker_machine="$DOCKER_MACHINE_NAME"
if [[ -n "$docker_machine" ]]; then
"$1_prompt_segment" "$0" "$2" "magenta" "$DEFAULT_COLOR" "$docker_machine" 'SERVER_ICON'
fi
}
# GO prompt
prompt_go_version() {
local go_version
go_version=$(go version 2>/dev/null | sed -E "s/.*(go[0-9.]*).*/\1/")
if [[ -n "$go_version" ]]; then
"$1_prompt_segment" "$0" "$2" "green" "255" "$go_version"
fi
}
# Command number (in local history)
prompt_history() {
"$1_prompt_segment" "$0" "$2" "244" "$DEFAULT_COLOR" '%h'
}
# Detection for virtualization (systemd based systems only)
prompt_detect_virt() {
if ! command -v systemd-detect-virt;then
return
fi
local virt=$(systemd-detect-virt)
local color="yellow"
if [[ "$virt" == "none" ]]; then
if [[ "$(ls -di / | grep -o 2)" != "2" ]]; then
virt="chroot"
"$1_prompt_segment" "$0" "$2" "$color" "$DEFAULT_COLOR" "$virt"
else
;
fi
else
"$1_prompt_segment" "$0" "$2" "$color" "$DEFAULT_COLOR" "$virt"
fi
}
prompt_icons_test() {
for key in ${(@k)icons}; do
# The lower color spectrum in ZSH makes big steps. Choosing
# the next color has enough contrast to read.
local random_color=$((RANDOM % 8))
local next_color=$((random_color+1))
"$1_prompt_segment" "$0" "$2" "$random_color" "$next_color" "$key" "$key"
done
}
prompt_ip() {
if [[ "$OS" == "OSX" ]]; then
if defined POWERLEVEL9K_IP_INTERFACE; then
# Get the IP address of the specified interface.
ip=$(ipconfig getifaddr "$POWERLEVEL9K_IP_INTERFACE")
else
local interfaces callback
# Get network interface names ordered by service precedence.
interfaces=$(networksetup -listnetworkserviceorder | grep -o "Device:\s*[a-z0-9]*" | grep -o -E '[a-z0-9]*$')
callback='ipconfig getifaddr $item'
ip=$(getRelevantItem "$interfaces" "$callback")
fi
else
if defined POWERLEVEL9K_IP_INTERFACE; then
# Get the IP address of the specified interface.
ip=$(ip -4 a show "$POWERLEVEL9K_IP_INTERFACE" | grep -o "inet\s*[0-9.]*" | grep -o "[0-9.]*")
else
local interfaces callback
# Get all network interface names that are up
interfaces=$(ip link ls up | grep -o -E ":\s+[a-z0-9]+:" | grep -v "lo" | grep -o "[a-z0-9]*")
callback='ip -4 a show $item | grep -o "inet\s*[0-9.]*" | grep -o "[0-9.]*"'
ip=$(getRelevantItem "$interfaces" "$callback")
fi
fi
"$1_prompt_segment" "$0" "$2" "cyan" "$DEFAULT_COLOR" "$ip" 'NETWORK_ICON'
}
prompt_load() {
# The load segment can have three different states
local current_state="unknown"
local cores
typeset -AH load_states
load_states=(
'critical' 'red'
'warning' 'yellow'
'normal' 'green'
)
if [[ "$OS" == "OSX" ]] || [[ "$OS" == "BSD" ]]; then
load_avg_1min=$(sysctl vm.loadavg | grep -o -E '[0-9]+(\.|,)[0-9]+' | head -n 1)
if [[ "$OS" == "OSX" ]]; then
cores=$(sysctl -n hw.logicalcpu)
else
cores=$(sysctl -n hw.ncpu)
fi
else
load_avg_1min=$(grep -o "[0-9.]*" /proc/loadavg | head -n 1)
cores=$(nproc)
fi
# Replace comma
load_avg_1min=${load_avg_1min//,/.}
if [[ "$load_avg_1min" -gt $(bc -l <<< "${cores} * 0.7") ]]; then
current_state="critical"
elif [[ "$load_avg_1min" -gt $(bc -l <<< "${cores} * 0.5") ]]; then
current_state="warning"
else
current_state="normal"
fi
"$1_prompt_segment" "${0}_${current_state}" "$2" "${load_states[$current_state]}" "$DEFAULT_COLOR" "$load_avg_1min" 'LOAD_ICON'
}
# Node version
prompt_node_version() {
local node_version=$(node -v 2>/dev/null)
[[ -z "${node_version}" ]] && return
"$1_prompt_segment" "$0" "$2" "green" "white" "${node_version:1}" 'NODE_ICON'
}
# Node version from NVM
# Only prints the segment if different than the default value
prompt_nvm() {
[[ ! $(type nvm) =~ 'nvm is a shell function'* ]] && return
local node_version=$(nvm current)
[[ -z "${node_version}" ]] || [[ ${node_version} = "none" ]] && return
local nvm_default=$(cat $NVM_DIR/alias/default)
[[ "$node_version" =~ "$nvm_default" ]] && return
$1_prompt_segment "$0" "$2" "green" "011" "${node_version:1}" 'NODE_ICON'
}
# NodeEnv Prompt
prompt_nodeenv() {
local nodeenv_path="$NODE_VIRTUAL_ENV"
if [[ -n "$nodeenv_path" && "$NODE_VIRTUAL_ENV_DISABLE_PROMPT" != true ]]; then
local info="$(node -v)[$(basename "$nodeenv_path")]"
"$1_prompt_segment" "$0" "$2" "black" "green" "$info" 'NODE_ICON'
fi
}
# print a little OS icon
prompt_os_icon() {
"$1_prompt_segment" "$0" "$2" "black" "255" "$OS_ICON"
}
# print PHP version number
prompt_php_version() {
local php_version
php_version=$(php -v 2>&1 | grep -oe "^PHP\s*[0-9.]*")
if [[ -n "$php_version" ]]; then
"$1_prompt_segment" "$0" "$2" "013" "255" "$php_version"
fi
}
# Show free RAM and used Swap
prompt_ram() {
local base=''
local ramfree=0
if [[ "$OS" == "OSX" ]]; then
# Available = Free + Inactive
# See https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201538
ramfree=$(vm_stat | grep "Pages free" | grep -o -E '[0-9]+')
ramfree=$((ramfree + $(vm_stat | grep "Pages inactive" | grep -o -E '[0-9]+')))
# Convert pages into Bytes
ramfree=$(( ramfree * 4096 ))
else
if [[ "$OS" == "BSD" ]]; then
ramfree=$(grep 'avail memory' /var/run/dmesg.boot | awk '{print $4}')
else
ramfree=$(grep -o -E "MemAvailable:\s+[0-9]+" /proc/meminfo | grep -o "[0-9]*")
base='K'
fi
fi
"$1_prompt_segment" "$0" "$2" "yellow" "$DEFAULT_COLOR" "$(printSizeHumanReadable "$ramfree" $base)" 'RAM_ICON'
}
# rbenv information
prompt_rbenv() {
if which rbenv 2>/dev/null >&2; then
local rbenv_version_name="$(rbenv version-name)"
local rbenv_global="$(rbenv global)"
# Don't show anything if the current Ruby is the same as the global Ruby.
if [[ $rbenv_version_name == $rbenv_global ]]; then
return
fi
"$1_prompt_segment" "$0" "$2" "red" "$DEFAULT_COLOR" "$rbenv_version_name" 'RUBY_ICON'
fi
}
# chruby information
# see https://github.com/postmodern/chruby/issues/245 for chruby_auto issue with ZSH
prompt_chruby() {
local chruby_env
chrb_env="$(chruby 2> /dev/null | grep \* | tr -d '* ')"
# Don't show anything if the chruby did not change the default ruby
if [[ "${chrb_env:-system}" != "system" ]]; then
"$1_prompt_segment" "$0" "$2" "red" "$DEFAULT_COLOR" "${chrb_env}" 'RUBY_ICON'
fi
}
# Print an icon if user is root.
prompt_root_indicator() {
if [[ "$UID" -eq 0 ]]; then
"$1_prompt_segment" "$0" "$2" "$DEFAULT_COLOR" "yellow" "" 'ROOT_ICON'
fi
}
# Print Rust version number
prompt_rust_version() {
local rust_version
rust_version=$(rustc --version 2>&1 | grep -oe "^rustc\s*[^ ]*" | grep -o '[0-9.a-z\\\-]*$')
if [[ -n "$rust_version" ]]; then
"$1_prompt_segment" "$0" "$2" "208" "$DEFAULT_COLOR" "Rust $rust_version" 'RUST_ICON'
fi
}
# RSpec test ratio
prompt_rspec_stats() {
if [[ (-d app && -d spec) ]]; then
local code_amount tests_amount
code_amount=$(ls -1 app/**/*.rb | wc -l)
tests_amount=$(ls -1 spec/**/*.rb | wc -l)
build_test_stats "$1" "$0" "$2" "$code_amount" "$tests_amount" "RSpec" 'TEST_ICON'
fi
}
# Ruby Version Manager information
prompt_rvm() {
local gemset=$(echo $GEM_HOME | awk -F'@' '{print $2}')
[ "$gemset" != "" ] && gemset="@$gemset"
local version=$(echo $MY_RUBY_HOME | awk -F'-' '{print $2}')
if [[ -n "$version$gemset" ]]; then
"$1_prompt_segment" "$0" "$2" "240" "$DEFAULT_COLOR" "$version$gemset" 'RUBY_ICON'
fi
}
prompt_ssh() {
if [[ -n "$SSH_CLIENT" ]] || [[ -n "$SSH_TTY" ]]; then
"$1_prompt_segment" "$0" "$2" "$DEFAULT_COLOR" "yellow" "" 'SSH_ICON'
fi
}
# Status: return code if verbose, otherwise just an icon if an error occurred
set_default POWERLEVEL9K_STATUS_VERBOSE true
set_default POWERLEVEL9K_STATUS_OK_IN_NON_VERBOSE false
prompt_status() {
if [[ "$RETVAL" -ne 0 ]]; then
if [[ "$POWERLEVEL9K_STATUS_VERBOSE" == true ]]; then
"$1_prompt_segment" "$0_ERROR" "$2" "red" "226" "$RETVAL" 'CARRIAGE_RETURN_ICON'
else
"$1_prompt_segment" "$0_ERROR" "$2" "$DEFAULT_COLOR" "red" "" 'FAIL_ICON'
fi
elif [[ "$POWERLEVEL9K_STATUS_VERBOSE" == true || "$POWERLEVEL9K_STATUS_OK_IN_NON_VERBOSE" == true ]]; then
"$1_prompt_segment" "$0_OK" "$2" "$DEFAULT_COLOR" "046" "" 'OK_ICON'
fi
}
prompt_swap() {
local swap_used=0
local base=''
if [[ "$OS" == "OSX" ]]; then
local raw_swap_used
raw_swap_used=$(sysctl vm.swapusage | grep -o "used\s*=\s*[0-9,.A-Z]*" | grep -o "[0-9,.A-Z]*$")
typeset -F 2 swap_used
swap_used=${$(echo $raw_swap_used | grep -o "[0-9,.]*")//,/.}
# Replace comma
swap_used=${swap_used//,/.}
base=$(echo "$raw_swap_used" | grep -o "[A-Z]*$")
else
swap_total=$(grep -o -E "SwapTotal:\s+[0-9]+" /proc/meminfo | grep -o "[0-9]*")
swap_free=$(grep -o -E "SwapFree:\s+[0-9]+" /proc/meminfo | grep -o "[0-9]*")
swap_used=$(( swap_total - swap_free ))
base='K'
fi
"$1_prompt_segment" "$0" "$2" "yellow" "$DEFAULT_COLOR" "$(printSizeHumanReadable "$swap_used" $base)" 'SWAP_ICON'
}
# Symfony2-PHPUnit test ratio
prompt_symfony2_tests() {
if [[ (-d src && -d app && -f app/AppKernel.php) ]]; then
local code_amount tests_amount
code_amount=$(ls -1 src/**/*.php | grep -vc Tests)
tests_amount=$(ls -1 src/**/*.php | grep -c Tests)
build_test_stats "$1" "$0" "$2" "$code_amount" "$tests_amount" "SF2" 'TEST_ICON'
fi
}
# Symfony2-Version
prompt_symfony2_version() {
if [[ -f app/bootstrap.php.cache ]]; then
local symfony2_version
symfony2_version=$(grep " VERSION " app/bootstrap.php.cache | sed -e 's/[^.0-9]*//g')
"$1_prompt_segment" "$0" "$2" "240" "$DEFAULT_COLOR" "$symfony2_version" 'SYMFONY_ICON'
fi
}
# Show a ratio of tests vs code
build_test_stats() {
local code_amount="$4"
local tests_amount="$5"+0.00001
local headline="$6"
# Set float precision to 2 digits:
typeset -F 2 ratio
local ratio=$(( (tests_amount/code_amount) * 100 ))
(( ratio >= 75 )) && "$1_prompt_segment" "${2}_GOOD" "$3" "cyan" "$DEFAULT_COLOR" "$headline: $ratio%%" "$6"
(( ratio >= 50 && ratio < 75 )) && "$1_prompt_segment" "$2_AVG" "$3" "yellow" "$DEFAULT_COLOR" "$headline: $ratio%%" "$6"
(( ratio < 50 )) && "$1_prompt_segment" "$2_BAD" "$3" "red" "$DEFAULT_COLOR" "$headline: $ratio%%" "$6"
}
# System time
prompt_time() {
local time_format="%D{%H:%M:%S}"
if [[ -n "$POWERLEVEL9K_TIME_FORMAT" ]]; then
time_format="$POWERLEVEL9K_TIME_FORMAT"
fi
"$1_prompt_segment" "$0" "$2" "$DEFAULT_COLOR_INVERTED" "$DEFAULT_COLOR" "$time_format"
}
# todo.sh: shows the number of tasks in your todo.sh file
prompt_todo() {
if $(hash todo.sh 2>&-); then
count=$(todo.sh ls | egrep "TODO: [0-9]+ of ([0-9]+) tasks shown" | awk '{ print $4 }')
if [[ "$count" = <-> ]]; then
"$1_prompt_segment" "$0" "$2" "244" "$DEFAULT_COLOR" "$count" 'TODO_ICON'
fi
fi
}
# VCS segment: shows the state of your repository, if you are in a folder under
# version control
set_default POWERLEVEL9K_VCS_ACTIONFORMAT_FOREGROUND "red"
# Default: Just display the first 8 characters of our changeset-ID.
set_default POWERLEVEL9K_VCS_INTERNAL_HASH_LENGTH "8"
powerlevel9k_vcs_init() {
if [[ -n "$POWERLEVEL9K_CHANGESET_HASH_LENGTH" ]]; then
POWERLEVEL9K_VCS_INTERNAL_HASH_LENGTH="$POWERLEVEL9K_CHANGESET_HASH_LENGTH"
fi
# Load VCS_INFO
autoload -Uz vcs_info
VCS_WORKDIR_DIRTY=false
VCS_WORKDIR_HALF_DIRTY=false
# The vcs segment can have three different states - defaults to 'clean'.
typeset -gAH vcs_states
vcs_states=(
'clean' 'green'
'modified' 'yellow'
'untracked' 'green'
)
VCS_CHANGESET_PREFIX=''
if [[ "$POWERLEVEL9K_SHOW_CHANGESET" == true ]]; then
VCS_CHANGESET_PREFIX="$(print_icon 'VCS_COMMIT_ICON')%0.$POWERLEVEL9K_VCS_INTERNAL_HASH_LENGTH""i "
fi
zstyle ':vcs_info:*' enable git hg svn
zstyle ':vcs_info:*' check-for-changes true
VCS_DEFAULT_FORMAT="$VCS_CHANGESET_PREFIX%b%c%u%m"
zstyle ':vcs_info:*' formats "$VCS_DEFAULT_FORMAT"
zstyle ':vcs_info:*' actionformats "%b %F{${POWERLEVEL9K_VCS_ACTIONFORMAT_FOREGROUND}}| %a%f"
zstyle ':vcs_info:*' stagedstr " $(print_icon 'VCS_STAGED_ICON')"
zstyle ':vcs_info:*' unstagedstr " $(print_icon 'VCS_UNSTAGED_ICON')"
defined POWERLEVEL9K_VCS_GIT_HOOKS || POWERLEVEL9K_VCS_GIT_HOOKS=(vcs-detect-changes git-untracked git-aheadbehind git-stash git-remotebranch git-tagname)
zstyle ':vcs_info:git*+set-message:*' hooks $POWERLEVEL9K_VCS_GIT_HOOKS
defined POWERLEVEL9K_VCS_HG_HOOKS || POWERLEVEL9K_VCS_HG_HOOKS=(vcs-detect-changes)
zstyle ':vcs_info:hg*+set-message:*' hooks $POWERLEVEL9K_VCS_HG_HOOKS
defined POWERLEVEL9K_VCS_SVN_HOOKS || POWERLEVEL9K_VCS_SVN_HOOKS=(vcs-detect-changes svn-detect-changes)
zstyle ':vcs_info:svn*+set-message:*' hooks $POWERLEVEL9K_VCS_SVN_HOOKS
# For Hg, only show the branch name
zstyle ':vcs_info:hg*:*' branchformat "$(print_icon 'VCS_BRANCH_ICON')%b"
# The `get-revision` function must be turned on for dirty-check to work for Hg
zstyle ':vcs_info:hg*:*' get-revision true
zstyle ':vcs_info:hg*:*' get-bookmarks true
zstyle ':vcs_info:hg*+gen-hg-bookmark-string:*' hooks hg-bookmarks
if [[ "$POWERLEVEL9K_SHOW_CHANGESET" == true ]]; then
zstyle ':vcs_info:*' get-revision true
fi
}
prompt_vcs() {
VCS_WORKDIR_DIRTY=false
VCS_WORKDIR_HALF_DIRTY=false
current_state=""
# Actually invoke vcs_info manually to gather all information.
vcs_info
local vcs_prompt="${vcs_info_msg_0_}"
if [[ -n "$vcs_prompt" ]]; then
if [[ "$VCS_WORKDIR_DIRTY" == true ]]; then
# $vcs_visual_identifier gets set in +vi-vcs-detect-changes in functions/vcs.zsh,
# as we have there access to vcs_info internal hooks.
current_state='modified'
else
if [[ "$VCS_WORKDIR_HALF_DIRTY" == true ]]; then
current_state='untracked'
else
current_state='clean'
fi
fi
"$1_prompt_segment" "${0}_${(U)current_state}" "$2" "${vcs_states[$current_state]}" "$DEFAULT_COLOR" "$vcs_prompt" "$vcs_visual_identifier"
fi
}
# Vi Mode: show editing mode (NORMAL|INSERT)
set_default POWERLEVEL9K_VI_INSERT_MODE_STRING "INSERT"
set_default POWERLEVEL9K_VI_COMMAND_MODE_STRING "NORMAL"
prompt_vi_mode() {
case ${KEYMAP} in
main|viins)
"$1_prompt_segment" "$0_INSERT" "$2" "$DEFAULT_COLOR" "blue" "$POWERLEVEL9K_VI_INSERT_MODE_STRING"
;;
vicmd)
"$1_prompt_segment" "$0_NORMAL" "$2" "$DEFAULT_COLOR" "default" "$POWERLEVEL9K_VI_COMMAND_MODE_STRING"
;;
esac
}
# Virtualenv: current working virtualenv
# More information on virtualenv (Python):
# https://virtualenv.pypa.io/en/latest/
prompt_virtualenv() {
local virtualenv_path="$VIRTUAL_ENV"
if [[ -n "$virtualenv_path" && "$VIRTUAL_ENV_DISABLE_PROMPT" != true ]]; then
"$1_prompt_segment" "$0" "$2" "blue" "$DEFAULT_COLOR" "$(basename "$virtualenv_path")" 'PYTHON_ICON'
fi
}
# pyenv: current active python version (with restrictions)
# More information on pyenv (Python version manager like rbenv and rvm):
# https://github.com/yyuu/pyenv
# the prompt parses output of pyenv version and only displays the first word
prompt_pyenv() {
local pyenv_version="$(pyenv version 2>/dev/null)"
pyenv_version="${pyenv_version%% *}"
# XXX: The following should return the same as above.
# This reads better for devs familiar with sed/awk/grep/cut utilities
# Using shell expansion/substitution may hamper future maintainability
#local pyenv_version="$(pyenv version 2>/dev/null | head -n1 | cut -d' ' -f1)"
if [[ -n "$pyenv_version" && "$pyenv_version" != "system" ]]; then
"$1_prompt_segment" "$0" "$2" "blue" "$DEFAULT_COLOR" "$pyenv_version" 'PYTHON_ICON'
fi
}
# Swift version
prompt_swift_version() {
# Get the first number as this is probably the "main" version number..
local swift_version=$(swift --version 2>/dev/null | grep -o -E "[0-9.]+" | head -n 1)
[[ -z "${swift_version}" ]] && return
"$1_prompt_segment" "$0" "$2" "magenta" "white" "${swift_version}" 'SWIFT_ICON'
}
# dir_writable: Display information about the user's permission to write in the current directory
prompt_dir_writable() {
if [[ ! -w "$PWD" ]]; then
"$1_prompt_segment" "$0_FORBIDDEN" "$2" "red" "226" "" 'LOCK_ICON'
fi
}
################################################################
# Prompt processing and drawing
################################################################
# Main prompt
build_left_prompt() {
local index=1
for element in "${POWERLEVEL9K_LEFT_PROMPT_ELEMENTS[@]}"; do
# Remove joined information in direct calls
element=${element%_joined}
# Check if it is a custom command, otherwise interpet it as
# a prompt.
if [[ $element[0,7] =~ "custom_" ]]; then
"prompt_custom" "left" "$index" $element[8,-1]
else
"prompt_$element" "left" "$index"
fi
index=$((index + 1))
done
left_prompt_end
}
# Right prompt
build_right_prompt() {
local index=1
for element in "${POWERLEVEL9K_RIGHT_PROMPT_ELEMENTS[@]}"; do
# Remove joined information in direct calls
element=${element%_joined}
# Check if it is a custom command, otherwise interpet it as
# a prompt.
if [[ $element[0,7] =~ "custom_" ]]; then
"prompt_custom" "right" "$index" $element[8,-1]
else
"prompt_$element" "right" "$index"
fi
index=$((index + 1))
done
}
powerlevel9k_preexec() {
_P9K_TIMER_START=$EPOCHREALTIME
}
set_default POWERLEVEL9K_PROMPT_ADD_NEWLINE false
powerlevel9k_prepare_prompts() {
RETVAL=$?
_P9K_COMMAND_DURATION=$((EPOCHREALTIME - _P9K_TIMER_START))
# Reset start time
_P9K_TIMER_START=99999999999
if [[ "$POWERLEVEL9K_PROMPT_ON_NEWLINE" == true ]]; then
PROMPT="$(print_icon 'MULTILINE_FIRST_PROMPT_PREFIX')%f%b%k$(build_left_prompt)
$(print_icon 'MULTILINE_SECOND_PROMPT_PREFIX')"
if [[ "$POWERLEVEL9K_RPROMPT_ON_NEWLINE" != true ]]; then
# The right prompt should be on the same line as the first line of the left
# prompt. To do so, there is just a quite ugly workaround: Before zsh draws
# the RPROMPT, we advise it, to go one line up. At the end of RPROMPT, we
# advise it to go one line down. See:
# http://superuser.com/questions/357107/zsh-right-justify-in-ps1
local LC_ALL="" LC_CTYPE="en_US.UTF-8" # Set the right locale to protect special characters
RPROMPT_PREFIX='%{'$'\e[1A''%}' # one line up
RPROMPT_SUFFIX='%{'$'\e[1B''%}' # one line down
else
RPROMPT_PREFIX=''
RPROMPT_SUFFIX=''
fi
else
PROMPT="%f%b%k$(build_left_prompt)"
RPROMPT_PREFIX=''
RPROMPT_SUFFIX=''
fi
if [[ "$POWERLEVEL9K_DISABLE_RPROMPT" != true ]]; then
RPROMPT="$RPROMPT_PREFIX%f%b%k$(build_right_prompt)%{$reset_color%}$RPROMPT_SUFFIX"
fi
NEWLINE='
'
[[ $POWERLEVEL9K_PROMPT_ADD_NEWLINE == true ]] && PROMPT="$NEWLINE$PROMPT"
}
prompt_powerlevel9k_setup() {
# Disable false display of command execution time
_P9K_TIMER_START=99999999999
# Display a warning if the terminal does not support 256 colors
local term_colors
term_colors=$(echotc Co)
if (( $term_colors < 256 )); then
print -P "%F{red}WARNING!%f Your terminal appears to support less than 256 colors!"
print -P "If your terminal supports 256 colors, please export the appropriate environment variable"
print -P "_before_ loading this theme in your \~\/.zshrc. In most terminal emulators, putting"
print -P "%F{blue}export TERM=\"xterm-256color\"%f at the top of your \~\/.zshrc is sufficient."
fi
# If the terminal `LANG` is set to `C`, this theme will not work at all.
local term_lang
term_lang=$(echo $LANG)
if [[ $term_lang == 'C' ]]; then
print -P "\t%F{red}WARNING!%f Your terminal's 'LANG' is set to 'C', which breaks this theme!"
print -P "\t%F{red}WARNING!%f Please set your 'LANG' to a UTF-8 language, like 'en_US.UTF-8'"
print -P "\t%F{red}WARNING!%f _before_ loading this theme in your \~\.zshrc. Putting"
print -P "\t%F{red}WARNING!%f %F{blue}export LANG=\"en_US.UTF-8\"%f at the top of your \~\/.zshrc is sufficient."
fi
# defined POWERLEVEL9K_LEFT_PROMPT_ELEMENTS || POWERLEVEL9K_LEFT_PROMPT_ELEMENTS=(context dir rbenv vcs)
defined POWERLEVEL9K_LEFT_PROMPT_ELEMENTS || POWERLEVEL9K_LEFT_PROMPT_ELEMENTS=(os_icon dir dir_writable vcs aws)
defined POWERLEVEL9K_RIGHT_PROMPT_ELEMENTS || POWERLEVEL9K_RIGHT_PROMPT_ELEMENTS=(status root_indicator background_jobs history time)
# Display a warning if deprecated segments are in use.
typeset -AH deprecated_segments
# old => new
deprecated_segments=(
'longstatus' 'status'
)
print_deprecation_warning deprecated_segments
setopt prompt_subst
setopt LOCAL_OPTIONS
unsetopt XTRACE KSH_ARRAYS
setopt PROMPT_CR PROMPT_PERCENT PROMPT_SUBST MULTIBYTE
# initialize colors
autoload -U colors && colors
if segment_in_use "vcs"; then
powerlevel9k_vcs_init
fi
# initialize timing functions
zmodload zsh/datetime
# Initialize math functions
zmodload zsh/mathfunc
# initialize hooks
autoload -Uz add-zsh-hook
# prepare prompts
add-zsh-hook precmd powerlevel9k_prepare_prompts
add-zsh-hook preexec powerlevel9k_preexec
}
prompt_powerlevel9k_setup "$@"
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