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@oknowton /zbell.zsh forked from jpouellet/zbell.sh
Last active Feb 4, 2017

#!/usr/bin/env zsh
# This script prints a bell character when a command finishes
# if it has been running for longer than $zbell_duration seconds.
# If there are programs that you know run long that you don't
# want to bell after, then add them to $zbell_ignore.
#
# This script uses only zsh builtins so its fast, there's no needless
# forking, and its only dependency is zsh and its standard modules
#
# Written by Jean-Philippe Ouellet <jpo@vt.edu>
# Made available under the ISC license.
# only do this if we're in an interactive shell
[[ -o interactive ]] || return
# get $EPOCHSECONDS. builtins are faster than date(1)
zmodload zsh/datetime || return
# make sure we can register hooks
autoload -Uz add-zsh-hook || return
# initialize zbell_duration if not set
(( ${+zbell_duration} )) || zbell_duration=60
(( ${+zbell_duration_email} )) || zbell_duration_email=180
# initialize zbell_ignore if not set
(( ${+zbell_ignore} )) || zbell_ignore=($EDITOR $PAGER ls watch htop top ssh iotop dstat vmstat nano emacs vi bwm-ng less more fdisk audacious play aplay sqlite3 wine mtr ping traceroute vlc mplayer smplayer tail tmux screen man sawfish-config powertop g)
# initialize it because otherwise we compare a date and an empty string
# the first time we see the prompt. it's fine to have lastcmd empty on the
# initial run because it evaluates to an empty string, and splitting an
# empty string just results in an empty array.
zbell_timestamp=$EPOCHSECONDS
# right before we begin to execute something, store the time it started at
zbell_begin() {
zbell_timestamp=$EPOCHSECONDS
zbell_lastcmd=$1
}
zbell_noise() {
play -q /home/wonko/Seafile/Phone/media/audio/notifications/Bazinga.mp3 &|
}
zbell_email() {
curl --ssl-reqd \
--url "smtps://mail.patshead.com:465" \
--mail-from "zbell@patshead.com" \
--mail-rcpt "zbell@patshead.com" \
--user 'zbell@patshead.com:password' \
--insecure --upload-file - &> /dev/null <<EOF &|
From: "ZSH Notification" <zbell@patshead.com>
To: "Pat Regan" <thehead@patshead.com>
Subject: $HOST - $zbell_lastcmd
Completed with exit status $zbell_exit_status
Love,
Zbell
EOF
}
# when it finishes, if it's been running longer than $zbell_duration,
# and we dont have an ignored command in the line, then print a bell.
zbell_end() {
zbell_exit_status=$?
ran_long=$(( $EPOCHSECONDS - $zbell_timestamp >= $zbell_duration ))
local has_ignored_cmd=0
local zbell_lastcmd_tmp
zbell_lastcmd_tmp="$zbell_lastcmd"
regexp-replace zbell_lastcmd_tmp '^sudo ' ''
if [[ $zbell_last_timestamp == $zbell_timestamp ]]; then
return
fi
if [[ $zbell_lastcmd_tmp == "" ]]; then
return;
fi
zbell_last_timestamp=$zbell_timestamp
for cmd in ${(s:;:)zbell_lastcmd_tmp//|/;}; do
words=(${(z)cmd})
util=${words[1]}
if (( ${zbell_ignore[(i)$util]} <= ${#zbell_ignore} )); then
has_ignored_cmd=1
break
fi
done
if (( ! $has_ignored_cmd )) && (( ran_long )); then
local zbell_cmd_duration
zbell_cmd_duration=$(( $EPOCHSECONDS - $zbell_timestamp ))
if [[ $zbell_cmd_duration -gt $zbell_duration_email ]]; then
zbell_email
else
zbell_noise
fi
notify-send "Job completed on $HOST:" "$zbell_lastcmd"
print -n "\a"
fi
}
# register the functions as hooks
add-zsh-hook preexec zbell_begin
add-zsh-hook precmd zbell_end
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