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My always up-to-date WeeChat configuration (weechat-dev)

WeeChat Screenshot

You need at least WeeChat 3.6-dev

Enable mouse

/mouse enable

Secured data

/secure passphrase <pass>
/secure set bitlbeepass <pass>
/secure set liberachatpass <pass>
/secure set relaypass <pass>
/secure set defaultnicks <nicks-csv>
/secure set defaultsasluser <username>

Network

Default settings

/set irc.server_default.sasl_mechanism PLAIN
/set irc.server_default.sasl_username ${sec.data.defaultsasluser}
/set irc.server_default.nicks ${sec.data.defaultnicks}
/set irc.server_default.capabilities "*"
/set irc.server_default.autojoin_dynamic on

Network-specific settings

/server add bitlbee localhost -autoconnect
/set irc.server.bitlbee.sasl_password ${sec.data.bitlbeepass}

/server add libera irc.libera.chat/6697 -ssl -autoconnect
/set irc.server.libera.sasl_password ${sec.data.liberachatpass}

/server add oftc irc.oftc.net/6697 -ssl -autoconnect
/set irc.server.oftc.ssl_cert "%h/ssl/nick.pem"
/set irc.server.oftc.command_delay 5

/server add ergo_testnet testnet.ergo.chat/6697 -ssl

/connect -auto

Plugins

Load at startup

/set weechat.plugin.autoload "*,!guile,!javascript,!lua,!php,!tcl,!perl,!ruby,!fifo,!xfer"

this will load all modules except guile, javascript, lua, php, tcl, perl, ruby, fifo and xfer

spell

/set spell.check.default_dict en,fr
/set spell.check.suggestions 3
/set spell.color.suggestion *green
/spell enable

Relay

/relay sslcertkey
/relay add ssl.irc <port>
/relay add ssl.weechat <port>
/set relay.network.password ${sec.data.relaypass}

If you want a trusted certificate, use let's encrypt! with weechat relay.

Logger

/set logger.level.irc 4
/set logger.mask.irc %Y/$server/$channel.%m-%d.log

fset

≥ WeeChat 3.0 for fset.look.auto_refresh

/set fset.color.line_selected_bg1 default
/set fset.color.name_changed 229
/set fset.color.name_changed_selected *229
/set fset.color.type 121
/set fset.color.type_selected *121
/set fset.color.value 31
/set fset.color.value_changed 229
/set fset.color.value_changed_selected *229
/set fset.color.value_selected *31
/set fset.look.auto_refresh "*,!weechat.bar.buflist.size,!plugins.var.buflist.section.*"
/set fset.format.option1 "${if:${selected_line}?${color:*white}>>:  } ${marked} ${name}  ${type}  ${value2}"
/set weechat.bar.fset.conditions "${buffer.full_name} == fset.fset && ${window.win_height} > 7"  

Scripts

/set script.scripts.download_enabled on
/script install autosort.py buffer_autoset.py cmd_help.py

autosort.py

/autosort helpers set monitors_buffers_first ${if:${buffer.full_name}!~^core\.(chan|high|news)mon$}
/autosort rules insert 3 ${monitors_buffers_first}

monitors buffers (chanmon, highmon and newsmon) will appears before other core buffers (except core.weechat)

buffer_autoset.py

/buffer_autoset add core.weechat notify 3
/buffer_autoset add irc.server.* notify 3
/buffer_autoset add relay.relay.list short_name relay

cmd_help.py

/set plugins.var.python.cmd_help.color_delimiters "*white"
/set plugins.var.python.cmd_help.color_arguments "121"
/set plugins.var.python.cmd_help.color_list "121"
/set plugins.var.python.cmd_help.start_on_load "on"
/set plugins.var.python.cmd_help.stop_on_enter "off"
/cmd_help

Triggers

list_tools


 syntax:  ${info:list_tools,swap <list_option> <item> <item>
                            insert <list_option> <index> <item>,[<item>...]
                            replace <list_option> <item> <item>,[<item>...]
                            pop|shift <list_option> [<number>]
                            clear|clean <list_option>
                            push|push_if_not|remove|content|unshift <list_option> <item> [<item>...]
          }

example:  /eval -n ${info:list_tools,push plugins.var.test hello world}

you need:

  • WeeChat 3.4 for ${define:...}

/trigger add list_tools info list_tools;list_tools_is_valid
/trigger set list_tools conditions "${define:my_regex,[[:alnum:]][[:alnum:]_]*}${define:my_action,${split:1, ,strip_left+strip_right+collapse_seps,${tg_arguments}}}${define:my_list,${split:2, ,strip_left+strip_right+collapse_seps,${tg_arguments}}}${define:my_argv_eol3,${split:3, ,strip_left+strip_right+collapse_seps+keep_eol,${tg_arguments}}}${my_list} =~ ^plugins\.var\.(${my_regex}\.)*${my_regex}$ && (${my_action} =~ ^(unshift|push|push_if_not|content|remove)$ && ${my_argv_eol3} =~ ^(${my_regex} *)+$) || (${my_action} == replace && ${my_argv_eol3} =~ ^${my_regex} +(${my_regex},?)+$) || (${my_action} =~ ^(clear|clean)$ && ${length:${my_argv_eol3}}==) || (${my_action} =~ ^(pop|shift)$ && ${my_argv_eol3} =~ ^([1-9][0-9]*)?$) || (${my_action} == insert && ${my_argv_eol3} =~ ^[1-9][0-9]* +(${my_regex},?)+$) || (${my_action} == swap && ${my_argv_eol3} =~ ^${my_regex} +${my_regex}$)"
/trigger set list_tools regex "/.*/strip_left+strip_right+collapse_seps/my_argv_flags /.*/${my_argv_flags}+keep_eol/my_argv_eol_flags /.*/${split:1, ,${my_argv_flags},${tg_arguments}}/my_action /.*/${calc:${split:count, ,${my_argv_flags},${tg_arguments}}+1}/my_argc /.*/${split:3, ,${my_argv_flags},${tg_arguments}}/my_argv3 /.*/${split:3, ,${my_argv_eol_flags},${tg_arguments}}/my_argv_eol3 /.*/${split:4, ,${my_argv_flags},${tg_arguments}}/my_argv4 /.*/${${split:2, ,${my_argv_flags},${tg_arguments}}}/my_list /[^,]+/${if:${re:0}=~^[[:alnum:]][[:alnum:]_]*$?${re:0}}/my_list /,+/,/my_list /^,|,$//my_list /.*/${if:${my_action}=~^(insert|replace)$?${my_argv4}:${if:${my_action}=~^(push|push_if_not|remove|content|unshift|swap)$?${my_argv_eol3}}}/my_items / +/,/my_items /^,|,$//my_items /.*/${if:${my_action}==insert?${if:${my_argv3}==1?unshift:${if:${my_argv3}>${split:count,,,${my_list}}?push:insert}}:${my_action}}/my_list_action /[^,]+/${if:${my_list_action}==swap?${if:${re:0}==${split:1,,,${my_items}}?${split:2,,,${my_items}}:${if:${re:0}==${split:2,,,${my_items}}?${split:1,,,${my_items}}:${re:0}}}:${re:0}}/my_list /[^,]+/${if:${my_list_action}==insert&&${re:repl_index}==${my_argv3}?,${my_items},}${re:0}/my_list /.+/${if:${my_list_action}==shift?${split:${calc:${if:${my_argc}==3?1:${my_argv3}}+1},,keep_eol,${my_list}}:${re:0}}/my_list /.+/${if:${my_list_action}==pop?${rev:${split:${calc:${if:${my_argc}==3?1:${my_argv3}}+1},,keep_eol,${rev:${my_list}}}}:${re:0}}/my_list /.*/${if:${my_list_action}==unshift?${my_items},}${re:0}/my_list /.*/${re:0}${if:${my_list_action}==push?,${my_items}}/my_list /[^,]+/${if:${my_list_action}==remove&&,${my_items},=-,${re:0},?:${re:0}}/my_list /[^,]+/${if:${my_list_action}==replace&&${re:0}==${my_argv3}?${my_items}:${re:0}}/my_list /.*/${if:${my_list_action}==content?${my_items}:${re:0}}/my_list /.+/${if:${my_list_action}==clear?:${re:0}}/my_list /.*/${if:${my_list_action}==push_if_not?${my_items}}/my_push_if_not_items /[^,]+/${if:,${my_list},!-,${re:0},&&,${split:${calc:${re:repl_index}+1},,keep_eol,${my_items}},!-,${re:0},?${re:0}}/my_push_if_not_items /$/${if:${my_list_action}==push_if_not?,${my_push_if_not_items}}/my_list /,+/,/my_list /^,|,$//my_list /.*/${if:${tg_info_name}==list_tools_is_valid?1:${my_list}}/tg_info"

This trigger create two infos used by the group_tools and group_tools_debug triggers. On it's own it's useless, so don't take it unless you want the group_tools trigger.

group_tools_debug


 syntax:  ${info:group_tools,set|aset|bset|pset <group> "<namespace>" <section>,[<section>...] <option>,[<option>...] [<value>]
                             add <group> "[<list>]" <item> "[<action>]" "[<option>,[<option>...]]" "[<value>]" ["[<value>]"...]
                             del <group> "[<list>,[<list>...]]" <item> [<item>...]
                             swap <group> "[<list>,[<list>...]]" <item> <item>
                             insert <group> "[<list>,[<list>...]]" <index> <item>,[<item>...]
                             replace <group> "[<list>,[<list>...]]" <item> <item>,[<item>...]
                             clear|clean <group> "[<list>,[<list>...]]"
                             pop|shift <group> "[<list>,[<list>...]]" [<number>]
                             push|push_if_not|remove|content|unshift <group> "[<list>,[<list>...]]" <item> [<item>...]
          }

example:  /eval -n ${info:group_tools,push chanmon header nick}

you need:

  • WeeChat 3.4 for ${define:...}
  • the list_tools trigger

/trigger add group_tools_debug info group_tools;group_tools_is_valid
/trigger set group_tools_debug conditions "${define:my_argv_flags,strip_left+strip_right+collapse_seps}${define:my_regex,[[:alnum:]][[:alnum:]_]*}${define:my_action,${split:1, ,${my_argv_flags},${tg_arguments}}}${define:my_group,${split:2, ,${my_argv_flags},${tg_arguments}}}${define:my_lists,${split_shell:3,${tg_arguments}}}${define:my_namespace,${my_lists}}${define:my_argv_eol4,${split:4, ,${my_argv_flags}+keep_eol,${tg_arguments}}}${my_group} =~ ^${my_regex}$ && ((${my_action} == del && ${my_lists} =~ ^(${my_regex},?)*$ && ${my_argv_eol4} =~ ^(${my_regex} *)+$) || (${my_action} == add && ${my_lists} =~ ^(${my_regex})?$ && ${split:4, ,${my_argv_flags},${tg_arguments}} =~ ^${my_regex}$ && ${split_shell:count,${tg_arguments}} > 6) || (${my_action} =~ ^[abp]?set$ && ${my_namespace} =~ ^${my_regex}$ && ${my_argv_eol4} =~ ^(${my_regex},?)+ +(${my_regex},?)+ .) || (${my_lists} =~ ^(${my_regex},?)*$ && ${info:list_tools_is_valid,${my_action} plugins.var.test ${my_argv_eol4}}))"
/trigger set group_tools_debug regex "/.*/strip_left+strip_right+collapse_seps/my_argv_flags /.*/${my_argv_flags}+keep_eol/my_argv_eol_flags /.*/${split:1, ,${my_argv_flags},${tg_arguments}}/my_action /.*/${split:2, ,${my_argv_flags},${tg_arguments}}/my_group /.*/${split:4, ,${my_argv_flags},${tg_arguments}}/my_argv4 /.*/${split:5, ,${my_argv_flags},${tg_arguments}}/my_argv5 /.*/${split:4, ,${my_argv_eol_flags},${tg_arguments}}/my_argv_eol4 /.*/${split:6, ,${my_argv_eol_flags},${tg_arguments}}/my_argv_eol6 /.*/${split_shell:3,${tg_arguments}}/my_shell_argv3 /.*/${split_shell:5,${tg_arguments}}/my_shell_argv5 /.*/${split_shell:6,${tg_arguments}}/my_shell_argv6 /.*/${split_shell:count,${tg_arguments}}/my_shell_argc /.*/plugins.var.group_tools.${my_group}/my_opt_prefix /.*/${if:${my_action}=~set$?${my_shell_argv3}}/my_namespace /.*/${if:${my_action}==add&&${my_shell_argv5}=~^(push|push_if_not|unshift)$?${my_shell_argv5}:${if:${my_action}==del&&${length:${my_shell_argv3}}!=?remove:${if:${my_action}=~^(clear|clean|insert|pop|push|push_if_not|shift|remove|unshift|content|replace|swap)$?${my_action}}}}/my_list_action /.*/${if:${my_list_action}!=?${if:${my_action}==add?${my_argv4}:${my_argv_eol4}}}/my_list_action_params /.*/${if:${my_list_action}!=?${if:${length:${my_shell_argv3}}!=?${my_shell_argv3}:list1}}/my_lists /,$//my_lists /.*/${my_lists}/my_lists_spaces /,/ /my_lists_spaces ===$===${if:${my_list_action}!=?/mute -core /set ${my_opt_prefix}.group.lists '${info:list_tools,push_if_not ${my_opt_prefix}.group.lists ${my_lists_spaces}}';}===my_cmds_to_run /.*/${if:${my_action}==add||${my_action}=~set$&&${my_namespace}==item?push_if_not:${if:${my_action}==del?remove}}/my_group_items_action /.*/${if:${my_group_items_action}==push_if_not?${my_argv4}:${if:${my_group_items_action}==remove?${my_argv_eol4}}}/my_items_spaces /,/ /my_items_spaces /.*/${my_items_spaces}/my_items / +/,/my_items /^,|,$//my_items ===$===${if:${my_group_items_action}!=?/mute -core /set ${my_opt_prefix}.group.items '${info:list_tools,${my_group_items_action} ${my_opt_prefix}.group.items ${my_items_spaces}}';}===my_cmds_to_run  ===([^,]+)(,|$)===/mute -core /set ${my_opt_prefix}.list.${re:1}.list '${info:list_tools,${my_list_action} ${my_opt_prefix}.list.${re:1}.list ${my_list_action_params}}';===my_lists /$/${my_lists}/my_cmds_to_run /.*/${if:${my_action}=~set$?${my_argv4}}/my_sections /^,|,$//my_sections /.*/${if:${my_action}=~set$?${my_sections},}/my_set_cmds /.*/${if:${my_action}=~set$?${my_argv5},}/my_set_opts /,+/,/my_set_opts /[^,]+,/${repeat:${split:count,,strip_right,${my_set_opts}},${re:0}}/my_set_cmds /.+/${repeat:${split:count,,strip_right,${my_sections}},${re:0}}/my_set_opts ===([^,]+),===${define:my_option,${split:${re:repl_index},,,${my_set_opts}}}${define:my_option_value,${${my_opt_prefix}.${my_namespace}.${re:1}.${my_option}}}${define:my_new_content,${if:${my_action}==aset?${my_option_value}${my_argv_eol6}:${if:${my_action}==bset?${my_argv_eol6}${my_option_value}${my_argv_eol6}:${if:${my_action}==pset?${my_argv_eol6}${my_option_value}:${my_argv_eol6}}}}}/mute -core /set ${my_opt_prefix}.${my_namespace}.${re:1}.${my_option} \${base_decode:64,${base_encode:64,${my_new_content}}};===my_set_cmds /$/${my_set_cmds}/my_cmds_to_run /.*/${if:${my_action}==add&&${my_shell_argc}>6?${repeat:${calc:${my_shell_argc}-6},,}}/my_add_cmds ===,===${define:my_list,${if:${length:${my_shell_argv3}}!=?${my_shell_argv3}:list1}}${define:my_option,${if:${split:${re:repl_index},,,${my_shell_argv6}}=~^[[:alnum:]][[:alnum:]_]*$?${split:${re:repl_index},,,${my_shell_argv6}}:${if:${split:${re:repl_index},,,${${my_opt_prefix}.list.${my_list}.defaults_options}}=~^[[:alnum:]][[:alnum:]_]*$?${split:${re:repl_index},,,${${my_opt_prefix}.list.${my_list}.defaults_options}}:${re:repl_index}}}}/mute -core /set ${my_opt_prefix}.item.${my_items}.${my_option} '\${base_decode:64,${base_encode:64,${split_shell:${calc:6+${re:repl_index}},${tg_arguments}}}}';===my_add_cmds /$/${my_add_cmds}/my_cmds_to_run /.*/${if:${my_action}==del?${my_items}}/my_del_cmds ===([^,]+),?===/mute -core /unset -mask ${my_opt_prefix}.item.${re:1}.*;===my_del_cmds /$/${my_del_cmds}/my_cmds_to_run /.*/${if:${tg_info_name}==group_tools_is_valid?1:${my_cmds_to_run}}/tg_info"

This trigger create two infos used by the group_tools trigger. On it's own it's useless, so don't take it unless you want the group_tools trigger.

group_tools


 syntax:  /group_tools  set|aset|bset|pset <group>,[<group>...] "<namespace>" <section>,[<section>...] <option>,[<option>...] [<value>]
                        add <group>,[<group>...] "[<list>]" <item> "[<action>]" "[<option>,[<option>...]]" "[<value>]" ["[<value>]"...]
                        del <group>,[<group>...] "[<list>,[<list>...]]" <item> [<item>...]
                        swap <group>,[<group>...] "[<list>,[<list>...]]" <item> <item>
                        insert <group>,[<group>...] "[<list>,[<list>...]]" <index> <item>,[<item>...]
                        replace <group>,[<group>...] "[<list>,[<list>...]]" <item> <item>,[<item>...]
                        clear|clean <group>,[<group>...] "[<list>,[<list>...]]"
                        pop|shift <group>,[<group>...] "[<list>,[<list>...]]" [<number>]
                        push|push_if_not|remove|content|unshift <group>,[<group>...] "[<list>,[<list>...]]" <item> [<item>...]

example:  /group_tools add chanmon header nick push min_length,max_length,fg,bg,separator,content 5 5 white 24 black ${tg_tag_nick}

you need:


/trigger addreplace group_tools command "group_tools;manage groups of options;set|aset|bset|pset <group>,[<group>...] ${\x22}<namespace>${\x22} <section>,[<section>...] <option>,[<option>...] "[<value>]" || add <group>,[<group>...] ${\x22}[<list>]${\x22} <item> ${\x22}[<action>]${\x22} ${\x22}[<option>,[<option>...]]${\x22} ${\x22}[<value>]${\x22} [${\x22}[<value>]${\x22}...] || del <group>,[<group>...] ${\x22}[<list>,[<list>...]]${\x22} <item> [<item>...] || swap <group>,[<group>...] ${\x22}[<list>,[<list>...]]${\x22} <item> <item> || insert <group>,[<group>...] ${\x22}[<list>,[<list>...]]${\x22} <index> <item>,[<item>...] || replace <group>,[<group>...] ${\x22}[<list>,[<list>...]]${\x22} <item> <item>,[<item>...] || clear|clean <group>,[<group>...] ${\x22}[<list>,[<list>...]]${\x22} || pop|shift <group>,[<group>...] ${\x22}[<list>,[<list>...]]${\x22} [<number>] || push|push_if_not|remove|content|unshift <group>,[<group>...] ${\x22}[<list>,[<list>...]]${\x22} <item> [<item>...];        set: change the value of one or more options of one or more sections${\n}       aset: append to the value of one or more options of one or more sections${\n}       bset: append and prepend to the value of one or more options of one or more sections${\n}       pset: preprend to the value of one or more options of one or more sections${\n}        add: add a new item${\n}        del: delete one or more items${\n}       swap: swap two items in a list${\n}     insert: insert one or more item at the given index in a list${\n}    replace: replace any occurence of an item in a list by another one${\n}      clear: clear a list${\n}      clean: remove invalids items from a list${\n}        pop: remove item(s) from the end of a list${\n}      shift: remove item(s) from the beginning of a list${\n}       push: put one or more items at the end of a list${\n}push_if_not: put one or more items at the end of a list if not already in the list${\n}     remove: remove one or more items in a list${\n}    content: replace a list${\n}    unshift: put one or more items at the beginning of a list${\n}      group: a group${\n}  namespace: a namespace${\n}    section: a section${\n}     option: an option${\n}      value: a value for an option${\n}       list: a list${\n}       item: name of an item${\n}     action: list action: push, push_if_not or unshift (empty for no list action)${\n}      index: index in a list (start at 1)${\n}     number: total number of items${\n}${\n}Create or update an item named nick in the chanmon group and put the item at the end of the header list:${\n}${\n}   /${tg_trigger_name} add chanmon header nick push ${\x22}${\x22} 5 5 white 24 black ${raw:${tg_tag_nick}}${\n}${\n}The first 5 will end up in the option named 1, the second 5 will end up in the option named 2 and so on. These names of options are not really useful, to give them a name:${\n}${\n}   /${tg_trigger_name} clear chanmon header${\n}   /${tg_trigger_name} add chanmon header nick push min_length,max_length,fg,bg,separator,content 5 5 white 24 black ${raw:${tg_tag_nick}}${\n}${\n}now the first 5 will end up in min_length, the second 5 will end up in max_length and so on. It's tedious to repeat the options names everytime. You can give the defaults name just once:${\n}${\n}   /${tg_trigger_name} clear chanmon header${\n}   /${tg_trigger_name} set chanmon list header defaults_options min_length,max_length,fg,bg,separator,content${\n}   /${tg_trigger_name} add chanmon header nick push ${\x22}${\x22} 5 5 white 24 black ${raw:${tg_tag_nick}};set|aset|bset|pset|add|del|swap|insert|replace|clear|clean|pop|shift|push|push_if_not|remove|content|unshift"
/trigger set group_tools conditions "${tg_argv2} =~ ^([[:alnum:]][[:alnum:]_]*,?)+$ && ${info:group_tools_is_valid,${tg_argv1} test ${tg_argv_eol3}}""
/trigger set group_tools regex "/.*/${tg_argv2}/my_groups /.*/${my_groups}/my_groups_spaces /,/ /my_groups_spaces ===$===/mute -core /set plugins.var.group_tools_list '${info:list_tools,push_if_not plugins.var.group_tools_list ${my_groups_spaces}}';===my_cmds_to_run /([^,]+)(,|$)/${info:group_tools,${tg_argv1} ${re:1} ${tg_argv_eol3}}/my_groups /$/${my_groups}/my_cmds_to_run"
/trigger set group_tools command "/command -buffer core.weechat * /eval -s ${my_cmds_to_run}"

This trigger is very important for this configuration. It allows us to easily create and manage group of options that defines items. chanmon, highmon and newsmon need this command in order to work, in the future other component of this configuration will also use group_tools

System Usage


you need:


/item addreplace sys "" "${base_decode:16,${plugins.var.group_tools.sys_usage.all.general.bar_item_content}}"

create a bar item

/trigger add refresh_sys_item timer 1000;0;0
/trigger set refresh_sys_item regex "/.*/${plugins.var.group_tools.sys_usage.list.sys_usage.list}/my_list /[^,]+/${if:${re:0}=~^[[:alnum:]][[:alnum:]_]*$?${re:0}}/my_list /,+/,/my_list /^,|,$//my_list /$/,/my_list /([^,]+),/${base_encode:16,${eval:${color:bar_delim}${plugins.var.group_tools.sys_usage.all.general.separator} ${color:reset}${plugins.var.group_tools.sys_usage.item.${re:1}.display} ${color:reset}${plugins.var.group_tools.sys_usage.item.${re:1}.content}}\n}/my_list"
/trigger set refresh_sys_item command "/mute -core /set plugins.var.group_tools.sys_usage.all.general.bar_item_content '${my_list}';/item refresh sys"

this trigger create a timer to refresh the sys item

/group_tools set sys_usage all general separator 
/group_tools set sys_usage list sys_usage defaults_options display,content
/group_tools add sys_usage sys_usage cpu "" "" "${color:24}▣" "${define:my_cpu_percent,${info:python_eval,import psutil;print(psutil.cpu_percent(interval=0.0,percpu=False))}}${if:${length:${my_cpu_percent}}==3? }${my_cpu_percent}${color:246}%"
/group_tools add sys_usage sys_usage mem "" "" "${color:24}▬▬" "${define:my_mem_percent,${info:python_eval,import psutil;print(psutil.virtual_memory().percent)}}${if:${length:${my_mem_percent}}==3? }${my_mem_percent}${color:246}%"
/group_tools add sys_usage sys_usage swap "" "" "${color:24}⎘" "${define:my_swap_percent,${info:python_eval,import psutil;print(psutil.swap_memory().percent)}}${if:${length:${my_swap_percent}}==3? }${my_swap_percent}${color:246}%"
/group_tools content sys_usage sys_usage cpu mem swap

the command above create three items (cpu, ram and swap) and enable all three

Bars

Bar buflist and control_buffers

≥ WeeChat 3.4 for ${define:...}

WeeChat Screenshot

the buflist should now be a lot faster thanks to ${define:...} but remains slow nonetheless since the whole buflist is refresh on each hotlist_changed signals (which is why all buflists are slow no matter how they are configured, but mine is worse than most since the format options are complex and that I am using all three buflist items instead of just one.)

Here are some tips if you want to make the buflist faster

  1. If you don't use the tab bars (called the control_buffers bars), set buflist.look.use_items to 1
  2. If you don't mind low messages (join/part/quit...) set the default notify level to something higher
  3. By collapsing servers buffers

/bar set buflist priority 2000

unmerge servers buffers from core and indent

/set irc.look.server_buffer independent

Note: show channels and privates buffers under their respective server instead of mixing them all.

/trigger addreplace buflist_tools command "buflist_tools;manage pascalpoitras's custom buflist (https://gist.github.com/pascalpoitras/8406501);resize <buflist_size> <left_size>|? [<right_size>] || hide|show|itoggle|showonly|hideonly <item>|-all [<item>|-all...] || enable|disable|toggle <feature> [<feature>...];       resize: resize the buflist size and the two sections${\n}         hide: hide one or more item(s)${\n}         show: show one or more item(s)${\n}      itoggle: toggle one or more item(s)${\n}     showonly: hide all items except...${\n}     hideonly: show all items except...${\n}       enable: enable a feature that change the behavior of the buflist${\n}      disable: disable a feature that change the behavior of the buflist${\n}       toggle: toggle a feature that change the behavior of the buflist${\n} buflist_size: new size for the buflist${\n}    left_size: size of left section${\n}   right_size: size of right section${\n}         item: an item (buffer_number, fold, indent, nick_prefix, buffer_name, lag, filter, relay_count, extra, hotlist)${\n}         -all: do action on all items${\n}      feature: a feature (indent_tree, real_net_name, show_hidden_buffers)${\n}${\n}The buflist is composed of two sections. The left section is composed of nine items. The buffer number, the fold symbol (servers only), the indentation, the nick prefix (channels only), the buffer name, the lag (servers only), the filter (on some buffer like fset, scripts...), the relay count (for the relay buffer) and extra infos about a buffer. The right section is only composed of hotlist. The two sections can be resized independently.${\n}${\n}Exemples:${\n}  Resize the bar to 20 with the size 15 for left section and 5 for right section:${\n}    /buflist_tools resize 20 15;resize 20 15 || show|hide|itoggle|hideonly|showonly buffer_number|fold|indent|nick_prefix|buffer_name|lag|filter|relay_count|extra|hotlist|-all|%* || enable|disable|toggle indent_tree|real_net_name|show_hidden_buffers|%*"
/trigger set buflist_tools conditions "${tg_argv_eol1} =~ ^resize +[0-9]+ +([0-9]+( +[0-9]+)?|\? +[0-9]+)$ || ${tg_argv_eol1} =~ ^(hide|show|itoggle|showonly|hideonly) +(([[:alnum:]_]+|-all)( +|$))+$ || ${tg_argv_eol1} =~ ^(enable|disable|toggle) +([[:alnum:]_]+( +|$))+$"
/trigger set buflist_tools regex "/.*/${tg_argv1}/my_action /.*/${if:${my_action}==resize?${tg_argv_eol2}}/my_resize_cmds ===^([^ ]+) +([^ ]+)( +([^ ]+))?$===${define:my_buflist_size,${re:1}}${define:my_left_size,${re:2}}${define:my_right_size,${re:4}}/mute /set plugins.var.buflist.section.left.size ${if:${my_left_size}=~[0-9]+?${my_left_size}:${calc:${my_buflist_size}-${my_right_size}}};/mute /set plugins.var.buflist.section.right.size ${if:${my_right_size}=~[0-9]+?${my_right_size}:${calc:${my_buflist_size}-${my_left_size}}};/bar set buflist size ${my_buflist_size}===my_resize_cmds /.*/${if:${my_action}=~^(hide|show|itoggle|showonly|hideonly)$?${tg_argv_eol2}}/my_item_cmds /.*/buffer_number fold indent nick_prefix buffer_name lag filter relay_count extra hotlist/my_items /-all/${my_items}/my_item_cmds /.*/${if:${my_action}=~^(hide|show)only$?${my_items}}/my_hide_or_show_everything ===[^ ]+===/mute /set plugins.var.buflist.item.${re:0} ${if:${my_action}==hideonly};===my_hide_or_show_everything ===[^ ]+===/mute /set plugins.var.buflist.item.${re:0} ${if:${my_action}=~^hide?0:${if:${my_action}=~^show?1:\x5c${if:\x5c${plugins.var.buflist.item.${re:0}${\x5cx7d}?0:1${\x5cx7d}}};===my_item_cmds /.*/${my_hide_or_show_everything}${re:0}/my_item_cmds /.*/${if:${my_action}=~^(enable|disable|toggle)$?${tg_argv_eol2}}/my_look_cmds ===[^ ]+===/mute /set plugins.var.buflist.look.${re:0} ${if:${my_action}==disable?0:${if:${my_action}==enable?1:${if:${plugins.var.buflist.look.${re:0}}!=?0:1}}};===my_look_cmds /.*/${my_resize_cmds}${my_item_cmds}${my_look_cmds}/my_cmds_to_run"
/trigger set buflist_tools command "/command -buffer core.weechat * /eval -s ${my_cmds_to_run}"

This trigger create the command buflist_tools. With this command you can resize the buflist and the sections and show or hide items. Type /help buflist_tools for more.

/buflist_tools resize 20 15

The buflist will be resized to 20. 15 columns for the left section and 5 columns for the right section

/buflist_tools hideonly extra nick_prefix lag
/buflist_tools enable indent_tree real_net_name

I want to show all the items except extra, nick_prefix and lag. I want to display real network name (not the one used in /server add). Instead of spaces for the indent item, I want tree symbols.

/bar add control_buffers window top 1 1 buflist2
/bar set control_buffers priority 499
/bar set control_buffers conditions ${window.number} == ${if:${plugins.var.control_buffers_window}?${plugins.var.control_buffers_window}:2}

/bar add control_buffers2 window top 1 1 buflist3
/bar set control_buffers2 priority 499
/bar set control_buffers2 conditions ${window.number} == ${if:${plugins.var.control_buffers2_window}?${plugins.var.control_buffers2_window}:3} && ${layout[gui_layout_current].name} == main-control-control2

Create the control_buffers bar with buflist2 for items and display this bar only on the window with the same number as the number in the option plugins.var.control_buffers_window (or 2 if this options doesn't exist). Same for control_buffers2 bar

/set buflist.format.hotlist_highlight "${color:163}"
/set buflist.format.hotlist_message "${color:229}"
/set buflist.format.hotlist_private "${color:121}"

/set buflist.format.buffer "${if:${bar_item.name}==buflist?${define:my_left_section_contents,${format_number}${eval:${plugins.var.buflist.format.fold}}${indent}${format_nick_prefix}${format_name}${format_lag}${eval:${plugins.var.buflist.format.filter}${plugins.var.buflist.format.relay_count}${plugins.var.buflist.format.extra}}}${define:my_left_section_contents_length,${lengthscr:${my_left_section_contents}}}${define:my_right_section_contents,${format_hotlist}}${define:my_right_section_contents_length,${lengthscr:${my_right_section_contents}}}${if:${type}==server?${color:,31}:${color:default}}${if:${my_left_section_contents_length} > ${plugins.var.buflist.section.left.size}?${cutscr:+${plugins.var.buflist.section.left.size},${if:${type}==server?${color:white}:${color:${weechat.color.chat_prefix_more}}}${weechat.look.prefix_align_more},${my_left_section_contents}}:${my_left_section_contents}${repeat:${calc:${plugins.var.buflist.section.left.size} - ${my_left_section_contents_length}}, }}${if:${my_right_section_contents_length} > ${plugins.var.buflist.section.right.size}?${cutscr:+${plugins.var.buflist.section.right.size},${if:${type}==server?${color:white}:${color:${weechat.color.chat_prefix_more}}}${weechat.look.prefix_align_more},${my_right_section_contents}}:${repeat:${calc:${plugins.var.buflist.section.right.size} - ${my_right_section_contents_length}}, }${my_right_section_contents}}:${define:my_remaining_space,${calc:7-${lengthscr:${name}}}}${define:my_name,${cutscr:7,${\u2026},${name}${repeat:${my_remaining_space}, }}}${if:${window.buffer}==${buffer}?${color:31}${\ue0be}${color:white,31} ${my_name} ${color:reset}${color:31}${\ue0bc}:${color:24}${\ue0be}${color:darkgray,24} ${my_name} ${color:reset}${color:24}${\ue0bc}}}"
/set buflist.format.buffer_current "${format_buffer}"
/set buflist.format.number "${if:${plugins.var.buflist.item.buffer_number}!=?${if:${current_buffer}?${color:*white}${hide:>,${number}} :${if:${type}==server?${color:black}:${color:239}}${number}${if:${number_displayed}?.: }}}"
/set buflist.format.indent "${if:${plugins.var.buflist.item.indent}!=?${if:${plugins.var.buflist.look.indent_tree}!=?${color:31}├─:  }}"
/set buflist.format.name "${if:${plugins.var.buflist.item.buffer_name}!=?${define:my_name,${if:${type}==server?${if:${plugins.var.buflist.look.real_net_name}!=&&${info:irc_server_isupport_value,${name},NETWORK}!=?${info:irc_server_isupport_value,${name},NETWORK}:${name}}:${name}}}${define:my_name_length,${lengthscr:${my_name}}}${if:${type}==server?${color:white}:${eval:${color_hotlist}}}${if:${buffer.local_variables.start_at}!=?${revscr:${cutscr:+${calc:${my_name_length}-${buffer.local_variables.start_at}},…,${revscr:${my_name}}}}:${my_name}}}"
/set buflist.format.hotlist "${if:${plugins.var.buflist.item.hotlist}!=?${if:${plugins.var.buflist.section.right.size}==1? :${hotlist}}}"
/set buflist.format.nick_prefix "${if:${plugins.var.buflist.item.nick_prefix}!=&&${buflist.look.nick_prefix}!=?${color:31}${nick_prefix}}"
/set buflist.format.lag "${if:${plugins.var.buflist.item.lag}!=?${color:white} [${lag}]}"
/set plugins.var.buflist.format.fold "${if:${plugins.var.buflist.item.fold}!=&&${type}==server?${color:black}${if:${buffer.local_variables.fold}==?▼:▲} }"
/set plugins.var.buflist.format.filter "${if:${plugins.var.buflist.item.filter}!=&&${buffer.local_variables.filter}!=? ${if:${type}==server?${color:black}:${color:31}}${buffer.local_variables.filter}}"
/set plugins.var.buflist.format.relay_count "${if:${plugins.var.buflist.item.relay_count}!=&&${buffer.full_name}==relay.relay.list&&${info:relay_client_count,*,connected}!=? ${color:31}Total${\x3A}${info:relay_client_count,*,connected} IRC${\x3A}${info:relay_client_count,irc,connected} WeeChat${\x3A}${info:relay_client_count,weechat,connected}}"
/set plugins.var.buflist.format.extra "${if:${plugins.var.buflist.item.extra}!=&&${buffer.local_variables.extra}!=? ${if:${type}==server?${color:black}:${color:31}}${buffer.local_variables.extra}}"

This was the format options which changed the look of each buflist items

/set buflist.look.use_items 3

Use all three buflist items

/set buflist.look.signals_refresh "irc_server_connected,relay_client_connected,relay_client_disconnected"

Add additionnals signals to refresh the buflist

/set buflist.look.display_conditions "${bar_item.name} == buflist && (${buffer.hidden} == || ${plugins.var.buflist.look.show_hidden_buffers} !=) && (${type} !~ ^(channel|private)$ || ${type} =~ ^(channel|private)$ && ${buffer[${if:${plugin}==irc?${info:irc_buffer,${irc_server.name}}:${info:slack_matrix_server_search,${buffer}}}].local_variables.fold}==) || ${bar_item.name} == buflist2 && ${buffer.local_variables.control_buffer} != || ${bar_item.name} == buflist3 && ${buffer.local_variables.control_buffer2} !="

The conditions to display a buffer in the buflist items.

/trigger addreplace buflist_refresh_options config "weechat.bar.buflist.size*;plugins.var.buflist.*"
/trigger set buflist_refresh_options command "/buflist refresh"

when the buflist is resized, the buflist is refresh. Same for all the plugins.var.buflist.* options

/trigger addreplace control_buffers_change_control_window config "plugins.var.control_buffers_window;plugins.var.control_buffers2_window"
/trigger set control_buffers_change_control_window command "/window refresh"

Refresh window when options plugins.var.control_buffers_window and plugins.var.control_buffers2_window are changed

/trigger addreplace slack_matrix_server_search info slack_matrix_server_search
/trigger set slack_matrix_server_search conditions "${info:python_version} != && ${tg_arguments} != && (${buffer[${tg_arguments}].local_variables.script_name} =~ ^(slack|matrix)$ || ${buffer[${tg_arguments}].local_variables.plugin} == matrix)"
/trigger set slack_matrix_server_search regex "/.*/${buffer[${tg_arguments}].local_variables.plugin}/my_plugin /.*/${buffer[${tg_arguments}].local_variables.script_name}/my_script /.*/${if:${my_plugin}==matrix||${my_script}==matrix?server.}/my_server_prefix /.*/${buffer[${tg_arguments}].local_variables.server}/my_server /.*/${my_plugin}.${my_server_prefix}${my_server}/my_server_full_name ==\x5c\x5c==\x5c\x5c==my_server_full_name =='==\'==my_server_full_name /.*/${info:python_eval,print(weechat.buffer_search('==', '${my_server_full_name}'))}/tg_info"

This trigger is needed if you want to be able to expand/collapse slack and matrix servers not just irc

/key bindctxt mouse @item(buflist*)>bar(control_buffers*):button1* hsignal:toggle_property
/key bindctxt mouse @chat(*)>bar(control_buffers*):button1* hsignal:toggle_property
/key bindctxt mouse @bar(control_buffers*)>chat(*):button1* /mute /set plugins.var.${_bar_name}_window ${_window_number2}
/key bindctxt mouse @bar(buflist):alt-wheel* hsignal:buflist_resize
/key bindctxt mouse @bar(buflist):ctrl-alt-wheel* hsignal:buflist_buffer_scroll
/key bindctxt mouse @item(buflist2):button1* /mute /set plugins.var.control_buffers_previous_active_window ${window.number};/window ${_window_number};hsignal:buflist_mouse;/window ${plugins.var.control_buffers_previous_active_window}
/key bindctxt mouse @item(buflist3):button1* /mute /set plugins.var.control_buffers2_previous_active_window ${window.number};/window ${_window_number};hsignal:buflist_mouse;/window ${plugins.var.control_buffers2_previous_active_window}
/key bindctxt cursor @item(buflist*):c hsignal:toggle_property;/cursor stop
/key bindctxt cursor @item(buflist*):C hsignal:toggle_property;/cursor stop
/key bindctxt cursor @item(buflist*):f hsignal:toggle_property;/cursor stop
/key bindctxt cursor @item(buflist*):r /server raw c:\${${if:${localvar_type}==private?nick:${localvar_type}}}==${localvar_channel};/cursor stop
/key bindctxt cursor @item(buflist*):o /fset c:\${name}=*buffer_autoset.buffer.${full_name}.* ${if:${localvar_type}==server?|| \${name${\x7D}=*${full_name}.*};/cursor stop
/key bindctxt cursor @item(buflist*):n hsignal:toggle_property;/cursor stop
/key bindctxt cursor @item(buflist*):h hsignal:toggle_property;/cursor stop
/key bindctxt cursor @item(buflist):H /buflist_tools toggle show_hidden_buffers;/cursor stop

/trigger addreplace toggle_bufautoset command "toggle_bufautoset;toggle bufautoset options;<buffer_property> <buffer_fullname>;buffer_property: name of the property${\n}buffer_fullname: name of the buffer${\n}${\n}The buffer_autoset.py script has no toggle mechanism so this command bring this functionality. Also, the script does not reset a property or localvar after deleting them. For example, if you type /buffer_autoset add irc.libera.#weechat localvar_set_something 1, and then, /buffer_autoset del irc.libera.#weechat.localvar_set_something, the localvar will still appears in /buffer localvar until you close and reoppen the buffer. This command will remove the localvar and hidden property upon deletion. You should use this command only for properties that take 0 or 1 as value or localvar that take 0 or 1.;;"
/trigger set toggle_bufautoset conditions "${tg_argv2} !="
/trigger set toggle_bufautoset regex "/.*/${tg_argv1}/my_property /.*/${tg_argv2}/my_full_name /.*/${if:${buffer_autoset.buffer.${my_full_name}.${my_property}}!=?del:add}/my_action /.*/${if:${my_action}==add? ${my_full_name} ${my_property} 1: ${my_full_name}.${my_property}}/my_params"
/trigger set toggle_bufautoset command "/mute /buffer_autoset ${my_action} ${my_params};/command -buffer ${my_full_name} * /buffer set ${my_property} ${if:${my_action}==add?1:0}"

/trigger addreplace toggle_property hsignal toggle_property
/trigger set toggle_property regex "/.*/${if:${_chat}!=?${_buffer_full_name}:${full_name}}/my_full_name /.*/${if:${_chat}!=?${_buffer_plugin}:${plugin}}/my_plugin /.*/${if:${_chat}!=?${_buffer_localvar_server}:${localvar_server}}/my_server /.*/${buffer[${pointer}].local_variables.script_name}/my_script_name /.*/${if:${_key}==f?${my_plugin}.${if:${my_plugin}==irc||${my_script_name}==matrix||${my_plugin}==matrix?server.}${my_server}:${re:0}}/my_full_name /.*/${_key}/my_property /^button1.*/localvar_set_control_buffer${if:${_bar_name2}==control_buffers2?2}/my_property /(?-i)^c$/localvar_set_control_buffer/my_property /(?-i)^C$/localvar_set_control_buffer2/my_property /(?-i)^n$/localvar_set_no_chanmon_like/my_property /(?-i)^f$/localvar_set_fold/my_property /(?-i)^h$/hidden/my_property"
/trigger set toggle_property command "/toggle_bufautoset ${my_property} ${my_full_name}"

/trigger addreplace buflist_resize hsignal buflist_resize
/trigger set buflist_resize conditions "${_key}=~down || ${_key}=~up && (${_bar_item_col} < ${plugins.var.buflist.section.left.size} && ${plugins.var.buflist.section.left.size} > 1 || ${_bar_item_col} >= ${plugins.var.buflist.section.left.size} && ${plugins.var.buflist.section.right.size} > 1)"
/trigger set buflist_resize regex "/.*/${if:${_key}=~up$?-:+}/my_action /.*/${if:${_bar_item_col}<${plugins.var.buflist.section.left.size}?left:right}/my_modified_section /.*/${calc:${plugins.var.buflist.section.${my_modified_section}.size} ${my_action} 1}/my_modified_section_size /.*/${if:${weechat.bar.${_bar_name}.size}!=?${calc:${weechat.bar.${_bar_name}.size} ${my_action} 1}:0}/my_new_bar_size"
/trigger set buflist_resize command "/mute /set plugins.var.buflist.section.${my_modified_section}.size ${my_modified_section_size};/bar set ${_bar_name} size ${my_new_bar_size}"

/trigger addreplace buflist_buffer_scroll hsignal buflist_buffer_scroll
/trigger set buflist_buffer_scroll conditions "${_key} =~ -wheeldown$ || ${buffer[${pointer}].local_variables.start_at} !="
/trigger set buflist_buffer_scroll regex "/.*/${if:${buffer[${pointer}].local_variables.start_at}==?0:${buffer[${pointer}].local_variables.start_at}}/my_start_at /.*/${calc:${my_start_at}${if:${_key}=~up&&${my_start_at}!=?-:+}1}/my_start_at"
/trigger set buflist_buffer_scroll command "/mute /buffer_autoset add ${full_name} localvar_set_start_at ${my_start_at}"

/trigger addreplace buflist_fold_symbol_click hsignal 1001|buflist_mouse
/trigger set buflist_fold_symbol_click conditions "${localvar_type} == server && ${plugins.var.buflist.item.fold} != && (${plugins.var.buflist.item.buffer_number} != && ${_bar_item_col} == ${lengthscr:${buffer[last_gui_buffer].number}.} || ${plugins.var.buflist.item.buffer_number} == && ${_bar_item_col} == 0)"
/trigger set buflist_fold_symbol_click command "/toggle_bufautoset localvar_set_fold ${full_name}"
/trigger set buflist_fold_symbol_click return_code "ok_eat"
  1. This bind allow drag and drop from any buflist items to the bar control_buffers. This will add or del the buffer to the control_buffers bar.
  2. This bind allow drag and drop from a chat area to the control_buffers and control_buffers2 bar. This will add or del the buffer to the control_buffers or control_buffers2 bar.
  3. This bind allows drag and drop from the control_buffers and control_buffers2 bar to a chat area. This will move the control_buffers or control_buffers2 bar to another window.
  4. This bind allows you to resize the buflist bar by pressing alt and using the wheel at the same time.
  5. This bind allows you to scroll the buffer name by pression ctrl, alt and the wheel at the same time.
  6. This bind will switch to the control window and display the buffer you clicked on and then switch back to the previous window.
  7. This bind will switch to the control2 window and display the buffer you clicked on and then switch back to the previous window.
  8. This bind allow you to press 'c' in cursor mode on any buflist items to add or del the buffer to the control_buffers bar.
  9. This bind allow you to press 'C' in cursor mode on any buflist items to add or del the buffer to the control_buffers2 bar.
  10. This bind will hide the channels and private buffer of a network.
  11. This bind will show server raw messages for server/channel/private depending on the buffer.
  12. This bind will show options, in fset, related to the buffer.
  13. This bind allow you to press 'n' in cursor mode on any buflist items to add or remove buffer in chanmon
  14. This bind allow you to press 'h' in cursor mode on any buflist items to hide a buffer
  15. This bind allow you to press 'H' in cursor mode on the buflist items to toggle the option show_hidden_buffers (when this option is set, the hidden buffers are displayed in the buflist, this is useful to unhide them with 'h')

The last trigger need WeeChat 2.9 for this: only return trigger's return code when condition evaluates to true

/set plugins.var.control_buffers_window 2
/set plugins.var.control_buffers2_window 3
    
/buffer_autoset add core.chanmon localvar_set_control_buffer 1
/buffer_autoset add core.highmon localvar_set_control_buffer 1
/buffer_autoset add core.newsmon localvar_set_control_buffer 1

/buffer_autoset add core.chanmon localvar_set_control_buffer2 1
/buffer_autoset add core.highmon localvar_set_control_buffer2 1
/buffer_autoset add core.newsmon localvar_set_control_buffer2 1

set window number 2 as the control window (the window with the control_buffers bar) and set window number 3 as the control2 window (the window with the control_buffers2 bar).

Bar titlenosep

/bar del title
/bar add titlenosep window top 1 0 #window_number ,buffer_title,spacer,news_item
/bar set titlenosep priority 500
/bar set titlenosep conditions ${window.number} == ${if:${plugins.var.control_buffers_window}!=?${plugins.var.control_buffers_window}:2} || ${window.number} == ${if:${plugins.var.control_buffers2_window}!=?${plugins.var.control_buffers2_window}:3} && ${layout[gui_layout_current].name} == main-control-control2
/bar set titlenosep color_fg white
/bar set titlenosep color_delim white
/bar set titlenosep color_bg 31
/bar set titlenosep color_bg_inactive 31

A window bar to display the title, with no separator. Used on the window with the number corresponding to the option plugins.var.control_buffers_window and on the window with the number corresponding to the option plugins.var.control_buffers2_window

Bar titlesep

/bar add titlesep window top 1 1 #window_number ,buffer_title,spacer,news_item
/bar set titlesep priority 500
/bar set titlesep conditions ${window.number} != ${if:${plugins.var.control_buffers_window}!=?${plugins.var.control_buffers_window}:2} && (${window.number} != ${if:${plugins.var.control_buffers2_window}!=?${plugins.var.control_buffers2_window}:3} || ${window.number} == ${if:${plugins.var.control_buffers2_window}!=?${plugins.var.control_buffers2_window}:3} && ${layout[gui_layout_current].name} != main-control-control2)
/bar set titlesep color_fg white
/bar set titlesep color_delim white
/bar set titlesep color_bg 31
/bar set titlesep color_bg_inactive 31

A window bar to display the title with a separator. All window except those with a number corresponding to the options plugins.var.control_buffers_window and plugins.var.control_buffers2_window

Bar status

/bar del status
/bar add status root bottom 1 1 time ,buffer_last_number ,buffer_plugin ,buffer_number+:+buffer_name+(buffer_modes)+{buffer_nicklist_count}+buffer_zoom+buffer_filter,,scroll ,lag ,typing ,completion ,spacer,sys
/bar set status priority 500
/bar set status color_fg white
/bar set status color_delim 31
/bar set status color_bg 234

Bar input

/bar add rootinput root bottom 0 0 [input_prompt]+(away),[input_search],[input_paste],input_text
/bar set rootinput priority 1000
/bar del input
/bar set rootinput name input

Bar Nicklist

/bar set nicklist color_fg 229
/bar set nicklist separator 1
/bar set nicklist conditions ${nicklist} && ${window.number} == 1 && ${buffer.full_name} != ${if:${plugins.var.group_tools.newsmon.all.general.buffer_full_name}!=?${plugins.var.group_tools.newsmon.all.general.buffer_full_name}:irc.libera.##news} && ${buffer.full_name} != core.newsmon
/bar set nicklist size_max 14
/bar set nicklist size 14

Monitors

you need:


/trigger addoff monitor_model print "free;free;free"
/trigger set monitor_model conditions "${define:my_monitor,${split:3,_,keep_eol,${tg_trigger_name}}},${plugins.var.group_tools.monitor.list.trigger.list},=-,${my_monitor},&&${eval_cond:${plugins.var.group_tools.monitor.item.${my_monitor}.trigger_conditions}}"
/trigger set monitor_model regex "/.*/${split:3,_,keep_eol,${tg_trigger_name}}/my_monitor /.*/${plugins.var.group_tools.${my_monitor}.list.header.list}/my_list /[^,]+/${if:${re:0}=~^[[:alnum:]][[:alnum:]_]*$?${re:0}}/my_list /[^,]+/plugins.var.group_tools.${my_monitor}.item.${re:0}/my_list /[^,]+/${if:${length:${${re:0}.conditions}}==||${eval_cond:${${re:0}.conditions}}?${re:0}}/my_list /,+/,/my_list /^,|,$//my_list /.*/${my_list}/my_bgs /[^,]+/${base_encode:64,${eval:${${re:0}.bg}}}/my_bgs /$/,${base_encode:64,default}/my_bgs /([^,]+)(,|$)/${define:my_fg,${eval:${${re:1}.fg}}}${define:my_bg,${base_decode:64,${split:${re:repl_index},,,${my_bgs}}}}${define:my_separator,${eval:${${re:1}.separator}}}${define:my_min_length,${eval:${${re:1}.min_length}}}${define:my_max_length,${eval:${${re:1}.max_length}}}${define:my_content,${eval:${${re:1}.content}}}${define:my_next_bg,${base_decode:64,${split:${calc:${re:repl_index}+1},,,${my_bgs}}}}${color:${my_fg},${my_bg}} ${cutscr:+${if:${split:1,0,keep_eol+strip_left,${my_max_length}}!~^[1-9][0-9]*$?${calc:${lengthscr:${my_content}}+1}:${my_max_length}},…,${my_content}}${repeat:${calc:${my_min_length}-${lengthscr:${my_content}}}, }${color:${my_fg},${my_bg}} ${if:${plugins.var.group_tools.${my_monitor}.all.general.powerline}!=?${if:${color:${my_bg}}==${color:${my_next_bg}}?${color:${my_separator}}:${color:${my_bg},${my_next_bg}}${color:reset}}:${color:reset} }/my_list /.+/${re:0} /my_list /.*/${eval:${plugins.var.group_tools.monitor.item.${my_monitor}.tags}}/my_tags / //my_tags /.+/-tags ${re:0}/my_tags /.*/${eval:${plugins.var.group_tools.monitor.item.${my_monitor}.message}}/my_message /^ +//my_message /^-/\-/my_message"
/trigger set monitor_model command "/print -newbuffer ${my_monitor} ${my_tags} ${my_message}"

The trigger above serves as a model for others triggers and must be disabled. If it is accidentaly enabled, the strange arguments "free;free;free" will make it almost impossible to be triggered.

/trigger addreplace monitor_rebuild config "trigger.trigger.monitor_model.*;plugins.var.group_tools.monitor.list.trigger.list;plugins.var.group_tools.monitor.item.*.hook_arguments"
/trigger set monitor_rebuild regex "/.*/${if:${tg_option}==plugins.var.group_tools.monitor.list.trigger.list?${tg_value}:${plugins.var.group_tools.monitor.list.trigger.list}}/my_list /[^,]+/${if:${re:0}=~^[[:alnum:]][[:alnum:]_]*$?${re:0}}/my_list /,+/,/my_list /^,|,$//my_list /.*/${my_list}/my_cmds_to_run ===([^,]+)(,|$)===/mute -core /trigger del monitor_name_${re:1};/mute -core /trigger copy monitor_model monitor_name_${re:1};/mute -core /trigger set monitor_name_${re:1} arguments '\${base_decode:64,${base_encode:64,${eval:${plugins.var.group_tools.monitor.item.${re:1}.hook_arguments}}}}';/mute -core /trigger enable monitor_name_${re:1};===my_cmds_to_run"
/trigger set monitor_rebuild command "/command -buffer core.weechat * /eval -s ${my_cmds_to_run}"

The trigger above rebuild the triggers created from the model trigger everytime the model trigger is changed, the list of active monitor is modified or the hook arguments of a monitor change


Channel Monitor


WeeChat Screenshot

you need:


/buffer add chanmon
/eval /set weechat.startup.command_after_plugins ${weechat.startup.command_after_plugins}${if:${weechat.startup.command_after_plugins}!=?;}/buffer add chanmon
/buffer_autoset add core.chanmon notify none
/buffer_autoset add core.chanmon highlight_words -
/buffer_autoset add core.chanmon title Channels Monitor
/buffer_autoset add core.chanmon time_for_each_line 0
/buffer_autoset add core.chanmon localvar_set_no_chanmon_like 1
/eval /buffer_autoset add ${if:${plugins.var.group_tools.newsmon.all.general.buffer_full_name}!=?${plugins.var.group_tools.newsmon.all.general.buffer_full_name}:irc.libera.##news} localvar_set_no_chanmon_like 1

the commands above set some buffer properties for our new monitor buffer

/group_tools set monitor list trigger defaults_options hook_arguments,trigger_conditions,tags,message
/group_tools add monitor trigger chanmon "" "" "*;irc_privmsg,matrix_message,matrix_text" "${buffer.local_variables.type} == channel && ${buffer.local_variables.no_${my_monitor}_like} == && (${plugins.var.${my_monitor}.general.filtered_lines} != || ${plugins.var.${my_monitor}.general.filtered_lines} == && ${tg_displayed} !=) && (${plugins.var.${my_monitor}.general.hidden_channels} != || ${plugins.var.${my_monitor}.general.hidden_channels} == && ${buffer.hidden} ==)" "${if:${buffer.local_variables.script_name}==matrix||${buffer.local_variables.plugin}==matrix?nick_${base_encode:16,${tg_tag_nick}}:${tg_tags}}" "\t${my_list}${tg_message}"
/group_tools push monitor trigger chanmon

the commands above create a new trigger based on monitor_model

/group_tools set chanmon all general powerline 1
/group_tools set chanmon list header defaults_options min_length,max_length,fg,bg,separator,content,conditions
/group_tools add chanmon header date "" "" 5 5 white 24 24 "${color:underline}${cut:5,,${split:-1, ,,${tg_date}}}" "${tg_highlight}=="
/group_tools add chanmon header serv "" "" 2 2 white 31 24 "${color:underline}${server}" "${tg_highlight}=="
/group_tools add chanmon header chan "" "" 4 4 white 31 24 "${color:underline}${split:1,#,keep_eol+strip_left,${channel}}" "${tg_highlight}=="
/group_tools add chanmon header nick "" "" 5 5 white 31 24 "${color:underline}${if:${tg_tags}=~,irc_action,?    *:${tg_tag_nick}}" "${tg_highlight}=="
/group_tools add chanmon header date_hl "" "" 5 5 white 52 52 "${color:underline}${cut:5,,${split:-1, ,,${tg_date}}}" "${tg_highlight}!="
/group_tools add chanmon header serv_hl "" "" 2 2 white 124 52 "${color:underline}${server}" "${tg_highlight}!="
/group_tools add chanmon header chan_hl "" "" 4 4 white 124 52 "${color:underline}${split:1,#,keep_eol+strip_left,${channel}}" "${tg_highlight}!="
/group_tools add chanmon header nick_hl "" "" 5 5 white 124 52 "${color:underline}${if:${tg_tags}=~,irc_action,?    *:${tg_tag_nick}}" "${tg_highlight}!="
/group_tools content chanmon header date serv chan nick date_hl serv_hl chan_hl nick_hl

the commands above create a powerline bar to be displayed in front of the messages in the monitor buffer


Highlight Monitor


WeeChat Screenshot

you need:


/buffer add highmon
/eval /set weechat.startup.command_after_plugins ${weechat.startup.command_after_plugins}${if:${weechat.startup.command_after_plugins}!=?;}/buffer add highmon
/buffer_autoset add core.highmon notify none
/buffer_autoset add core.highmon highlight_words -
/buffer_autoset add core.highmon title Highlight Monitor
/buffer_autoset add core.highmon time_for_each_line 0

the commands above set some buffer properties for our new monitor buffer

/group_tools set monitor list trigger defaults_options hook_arguments,trigger_conditions,tags,message
/group_tools add monitor trigger highmon "" "" "*;irc_privmsg,matrix_message,matrix_text" "${tg_highlight} != && ${buffer.local_variables.type} == channel && ${buffer.local_variables.no_${my_monitor}_like} == && (${plugins.var.${my_monitor}.general.filtered_lines} != || ${plugins.var.${my_monitor}.general.filtered_lines} == && ${tg_displayed} !=) && (${plugins.var.${my_monitor}.general.hidden_channels} != || ${plugins.var.${my_monitor}.general.hidden_channels} == && ${buffer.hidden} ==)" "${if:${buffer.local_variables.script_name}==matrix||${buffer.local_variables.plugin}==matrix?nick_${base_encode:16,${tg_tag_nick}}:${tg_tags}}" "\t${my_list}${tg_message}"
/group_tools push monitor trigger highmon

the commands above create a new trigger based on monitor_model

/group_tools set highmon all general powerline,hidden_channels 1
/group_tools set highmon list header defaults_options min_length,max_length,fg,bg,separator,content,conditions
/group_tools add highmon header date "" "" 5 5 white 52 52 "${color:underline}${cut:5,,${split:-1, ,,${tg_date}}}" "${tg_highlight}!="
/group_tools add highmon header serv "" "" 2 2 white 124 52 "${color:underline}${server}" "${tg_highlight}!="
/group_tools add highmon header chan "" "" 4 4 white 124 52 "${color:underline}${split:1,#,keep_eol+strip_left,${channel}}" "${tg_highlight}!="
/group_tools add highmon header nick "" "" 5 5 white 124 52 "${color:underline}${if:${tg_tags}=~,irc_action,?    *:${tg_tag_nick}}" "${tg_highlight}!="
/group_tools content highmon header date serv chan nick

the commands above create a powerline bar to be displayed in front of the messages in the monitor buffer


News monitor


WeeChat Screenshot

you need:


/trigger addreplace news_parse_tools info news_parse_tools
/trigger set news_parse_tools regex "/.*/${split:1,,,${tg_arguments}}/my_var /.*/${split:2,,keep_eol,${tg_arguments}}/my_message /.*/${my_message}/my_site_and_sections /.*/${my_message}/my_title /^\[([^]]+)\].*/${re:1}/my_site_and_sections / - /|/my_site_and_sections /^\[[^]]+\] (.*)/${re:1}/my_title /.*/${split:-2, ,,${my_title}}/my_url /.*/${split:-1, ,,${my_title}}/my_date / [^ ]+ [^ ]+$//my_title /.*/${my_${my_var}}/tg_info"

this trigger create an info to get each part of a news message

/eval /trigger addreplace news_add_site_info_tags line formatted;${if:${plugins.var.group_tools.newsmon.all.general.buffer_full_name}!=?${plugins.var.group_tools.newsmon.all.general.buffer_full_name}:irc.libera.##news}
/trigger set news_add_site_info_tags conditions ",${tags}, =~ ,(irc_privmsg|matrix_message|matrix_text|debug_newsmon),"
/trigger set news_add_site_info_tags regex "/.*/${if:${buffer.local_variables.script_name}==matrix||${buffer.local_variables.plugin}==matrix?nick_${base_encode:16,${tg_tag_nick}},:${re:0}}/tags /.*/${lower:${info:news_parse_tools,site_and_sections,${tg_message_nocolor}}}/my_site_and_sections /.*/site_name,site_first_section,site_second_section/my_news_tags /[^,]+/${re:0}_${base_encode:16,${split:${re:repl_index},|,,${my_site_and_sections}}}/my_news_tags /$/${my_news_tags},/tags /\|/ - /my_site_and_sections /$/site_and_sections_${base_encode:16,${my_site_and_sections}},site_title_${base_encode:16,${lower:${info:news_parse_tools,title,${tg_message_nocolor}}}},site_url_${base_encode:16,${info:news_parse_tools,url,${tg_message_nocolor}}},/tags"

this trigger add tags to the messages so we can later filter the news based on site name, site sections, article title and so on

/trigger addreplace news_newsmon_filter_rebuild config plugins.var.group_tools.news_subscription.list.filter.list;plugins.var.group_tools.newsmon_subscription.list.filter.list;plugins.var.group_tools.news_no_interest.list.filter.list;plugins.var.group_tools.newsmon_no_interest.list.filter.list
/trigger set news_newsmon_filter_rebuild regex "/.*/,name,first_section,second_section,and_sections,name_start_with,first_section_start_with,second_section_start_with,and_sections_start_with,name_end_with,first_section_end_with,second_section_end_with,and_sections_end_with,name_contain,first_section_contain,second_section_contain,and_sections_contain,title,title_start_with,title_end_with,title_contain/my_options /,/,tags_site_/my_options /^,//my_options /.*/${split:count,,,${my_options}}/my_nb_opts /.*/${split:4,.,,${tg_option}}/my_group /.*/${if:${my_group}=~subscription?interest:no_interest}/my_type /.*/${tg_value}/my_list /[^,]+/${if:${re:0}=~^[[:alnum:]][[:alnum:]_]*$?${re:0}}/my_list /,+/,/my_list /^,|,$//my_list /.*/${split:count,,,${my_list}}/my_nb_items /.*/${repeat:${calc:${my_nb_items}*${my_nb_opts}},,}/my_tags ===,===${define:my_item,${split:${calc:(${re:repl_index} - 1) // ${my_nb_opts} + 1},,,${my_list}}}${define:my_option,${split:${calc:(${re:repl_index} - 1) % ${my_nb_opts} + 1},,,${my_options}}}${plugins.var.group_tools.${my_group}.item.${my_item}.${my_option}}${if:${my_type}==interest?+:,}===my_tags /([+,])+/${re:1}/my_tags /^[+,]|[+,]$//my_tags /^$/${if:${my_type}==interest?!hide_everything:placeholder}/my_tags /.*/${if:${my_group}=~^newsmon?core.newsmon:${if:${plugins.var.group_tools.newsmon.all.general.buffer_full_name}!=?${plugins.var.group_tools.newsmon.all.general.buffer_full_name}:irc.libera.##news}}/my_buffer"
/trigger set news_newsmon_filter_rebuild command "/mute -core /filter addreplace ${my_group} ${my_buffer} ${my_tags} *"

this trigger rebuild the filter whenever the list filter of the group news_subscription, newsmon_subscription, news_no_interest or newsmon_no_interest changes

/trigger addreplace news_newsmon_tags_build info news_newsmon_tags_build
/trigger set news_newsmon_tags_build conditions "${tg_arguments} =~ ^([[:alnum:]][[:alnum:]_]*,){2}(interest|no_interest),.+$"
/trigger set news_newsmon_tags_build regex "/.*/${split:1,,,${tg_arguments}}/my_group /.*/${split:2,,,${tg_arguments}}/my_option /.*/${split:3,,,${tg_arguments}}/my_type /.*/${lower:${split:4,,keep_eol,${tg_arguments}}}/my_value /.*/${my_option}/my_tag_prefix /_(contain|start|end).*//my_tag_prefix /.*/${my_value}/my_tags /[^|]+/${if:${my_option}=~(end_with|contain)$?*}${base_encode:16,${re:0}}${if:${my_option}=~(start_with|contain)$?*}/my_tags /\|+/|/my_tags /^\||\|$//my_tags /.+/${if:${my_type}==interest?!}${my_tag_prefix}_${re:0}/my_tags /\|/${if:${my_type}==interest?+!:,}${my_tag_prefix}_/my_tags /.*/${my_tags}/tg_info"

this trigger creates a list of tags

/trigger addreplace news_newsmon_tags_rebuild config plugins.var.group_tools.news_subscription.item.*;plugins.var.group_tools.newsmon_subscription.item.*;plugins.var.group_tools.news_no_interest.item.*;plugins.var.group_tools.newsmon_no_interest.item.*
/trigger set news_newsmon_tags_rebuild conditions "${split:6,.,,${tg_option}} =~ ^[[:alnum:]][[:alnum:]_]*$ && ${split:7,.,,${tg_option}} =~ ^(site_name|site_first_section|site_second_section|site_and_sections|site_name_start_with|site_first_section_start_with|site_second_section_start_with|site_and_sections_start_with|site_name_end_with|site_first_section_end_with|site_second_section_end_with|site_and_sections_end_with|site_name_contain|site_first_section_contain|site_second_section_contain|site_and_sections_contain|site_title|site_title_start_with|site_title_end_with|site_title_contain)$"
/trigger set news_newsmon_tags_rebuild regex "/.*/${split:4,.,,${tg_option}}/my_group /.*/${if:${my_group}=~subscription?interest:no_interest}/my_type /.*/${split:6,.,,${tg_option}}/my_item /.*/${split:7,.,,${tg_option}}/my_option /.*/${info:news_newsmon_tags_build,${my_group},${my_option},${my_type},${tg_value}}/my_tags"
/trigger set news_newsmon_tags_rebuild command "/set plugins.var.group_tools.${my_group}.item.${my_item}.tags_${my_option} '${my_tags}'"

this trigger rebuild a tags option of an item whenever a site option of this item change

/trigger addreplace news_newsmon_item_rebuild config plugins.var.group_tools.news_subscription.group.items;plugins.var.group_tools.newsmon_subscription.group.items;plugins.var.group_tools.news_subscription.list.filter.list;plugins.var.group_tools.newsmon_subscription.list.filter.list
/trigger set news_newsmon_item_rebuild regex "/.*/${split:4,.,,${tg_option}}/my_group /.*/${if:${my_group}==newsmon_subscription?core.newsmon:${if:${plugins.var.group_tools.newsmon.all.general.buffer_full_name}!=?${plugins.var.group_tools.newsmon.all.general.buffer_full_name}:irc.libera.##news}}/my_buffer /.*/${plugins.var.group_tools.${my_group}.group.items}/my_list /[^,]+/${if:${re:0}=~^[[:alnum:]][[:alnum:]_]*$?${re:0}}/my_list /,+/,/my_list /^,|,$//my_list /[^,]+/${define:my_display,${if:${length:${plugins.var.group_tools.${my_group}.item.${re:0}.display}}!=?${plugins.var.group_tools.${my_group}.item.${re:0}.display}:${re:0}}}${define:my_color,${if:,${plugins.var.group_tools.${my_group}.list.filter.list},=-,${re:0},?45:24}}${color:${my_color}}${color:darkgray,${my_color}}${cutscr:+5,…,${my_display}}${color:reset}${color:${my_color}}/my_list /,/\n/my_list /.*/${base_encode:16,${my_list}}/my_item"
/trigger set news_newsmon_item_rebuild command "/mute -core /buffer_autoset add ${my_buffer} localvar_set_news_item ${my_item};/item refresh news_item"

this trigger refresh the news_item whenever the list filter or the list of all items of the group news_subscription or newsmon_subscription changes

/trigger addreplace news_newsmon_interest command "newsmon_interest;manage newsmon interest;add|set <type> <name> ${\x22}[*]<option>[*]${\x22} ${\x22}<value>${\x22} [${\x22}[*]<option>[*]${\x22} ${\x22}<value>${\x22}...] || del|enable|disable <type> <name> [<name>...];        add: add or modify a category and add it to the list of actives categories if not already present${\n}        set: add or change a category${\n}        del: delete a category and remove it from the list of actives categories${\n}     enable: add a category to the list of actives categories${\n}    disable: remove a category from the list of actives categories${\n}       type: interest for a category you want to display. no_interest for a category you don't want to see${\n}       name: name of a category${\n}     option: site_name, site_first_section, site_second_section, site_and_sections or site_title (can start, end or both with a *)${\n}      value: a list of sites attributes separated by pipe${\n}   interest: a type of category that if active, articles matching it will be displayed${\n}no_interest: a type of category that if active, articles matching it will not be displayed${\n}${\n}-----${\n}${\n}Here is the format of an article:${\n}${\n}    ${color:white,31} site_name  first_section  second_section ${color:31,default}${color:reset} article_title article_url article_date${\n}${\n}Not every articles have a first or second section.${\n}${\n}-----${\n}${\n}Examples of articles:${\n}${\n}    ${color:white,13} Phoronix ${color:13,default}${color:reset} Hardware Timestamping... https://www.phoronix.com/... 2022-06-05T13:34:40${\n}    ${color:white,130} Science Daily  all ${color:130,default}${color:reset} How glyphosate... https://www.sciencedaily.com/... 2022-06-02T14:08:04${\n}${\n}-----${\n}${\n}Create a tech category ${color:underline}containing${color:-underline} the site ${color:bold}Phoronix${color:-bold} and ${color:bold}Ars Technica${color:-bold} in addition to all articles with a first section ${color:underline}containing${color:-underline} ${color:bold}tech${color:-bold}:${\n}${\n}${color:121}    /newsmon_interest add interest tech ${\x22}site_name${\x22} ${\x22}Phoronix|Ars Technica${\x22} ${\x22}*site_first_section*${\x22} ${\x22}tech${\x22}${\n}${\n}Create a Canada category ${color:underline}containing${color:-underline} ${color:bold}Canada${color:-bold} in their site name, site first section, site second section or articles title:${\n}${\n}${color:121}    /newsmon_interest add interest canada ${\x22}*site_and_sections*${\x22} ${\x22}Canada${\x22} ${\x22}*site_title*${\x22} ${\x22}Canada${\x22}${\n}${\n}In the previous examples, notice how the options and values are surrounded by ${\x22}${\x22}. You ${color:bold}must${color:-bold} use those if one of those contains a space but it is recommended to err on the side of caution and always use them.${\n}${\n}You may also have noticed how some options are surrounded by asterisk. If an option's name begin with an asterisk, this means that this part of the article must end with one of the values (separated by pipe) of the argument that follows. Likewise, if an option's name end with an asterisk, this means that this part of the article must begin with one of the values of the argument that follows. Finally, if the option's name begin and end with an asterisk, this means that this part of the article must contains one of the values of the argument that follows.${\n}${\n}  ${repeat:17, }${color:white,31} formats of options ${color:reset}${\n}  ┏${repeat:52,━}┓${\n}  ┃   ${color:31}site_name${color:reset}: the site's name ${color:underline}must match exactly${color:-underline}... ┃${\n}  ┃  ${color:31}*site_name${color:reset}: the site's name ${color:underline}must end with${color:-underline}... ${repeat:5, }┃${\n}  ┃  ${color:31}site_name*${color:reset}: the site's name ${color:underline}must begin with${color:-underline}... ${repeat:3, }┃${\n}  ┃ ${color:31}*site_name*${color:reset}: the site's name ${color:underline}must contains${color:-underline}... ${repeat:5, }┃ ${\n}  ┗${repeat:52,━}┛${\n}${\n}And of course the same is true for site_first_section, site_second_section, site_and_sections and site_title.${\n}${\n}In the Canada example above, every articles containing Canada in their site's name, site's first second, site's second section or article's title will be displayed. If, for any reason, you want a certain site to not show up even if it fit in the Canada category, you can filter it by creating a category but using no_interest (instead of interest) as the type.${\n}${\n}-----${\n}${\n}Every time you add a new interest, the interest name will appears in the titlebar along with the others interest. If you prefer to use an alternate text, for example an emoji, change the display option of the category:${\n}${\n}${color:121}    /newsmon_interest set interest tech ${\x22}display${\x22} ${\x22}💻${\x22}${\n}${color:121}    /newsmon_interest set interest canada ${\x22}display${\x22} ${\x22}${\U1f1e8}${\U1f1e6}${\x22}${\n}${\n}-----${\n}${\n}You can obtain the list of sites by visiting the URL in the topic of the ##news channel on libera;add|set|del|enable|disable"  
/trigger set news_newsmon_interest conditions "${tg_argv_eol1} =~ ^(add|set) +(no_)?interest +[[:alnum:]][[:alnum:]_]* . || ${tg_argv_eol1} =~ ^(del|enable|disable) +(no_)?interest +([[:alnum:]][[:alnum:]_]* *)+$"
/trigger set news_newsmon_interest regex "/.*/${tg_argv1}/my_action /.*/${tg_argv2}/my_type /^interest$/subscription/my_type /.*/${if:${my_action}=~^(add|enable)$?push_if_not:${if:${my_action}==set?clean:${if:${my_action}==disable?remove:${my_action}}}}/my_group_tools_action /.*/${if:${my_action}=~^(add|set|del)$?news_${my_type},}newsmon_${my_type}/my_groups /.*/${if:${my_action}==add?${tg_argv3}:${if:${my_action}==set?:${tg_argv_eol3}}}/my_list_params /.*/${if:${my_action}=~^(add|set)$?${repeat:${calc:${tg_shell_argc}-4},,}}/my_cmds_to_run /,/${if:${re:repl_index}=~[13579]$&&${tg_shell_argv${calc:${re:repl_index}+3}}=~^\*${raw:?}[[:alnum:]][[:alnum:]_]*\*${raw:?}$?${calc:${re:repl_index}+3},}/my_cmds_to_run ===([^,]+)(,|$)===${define:my_option,${tg_shell_argv${re:1}}}${define:my_option,${if:${my_option}=~^\*.+\*$?${split:2,*,,${my_option}}_contain:${if:${my_option}=~^\*?${split:2,*,,${my_option}}_end_with:${if:${my_option}=~\*$?${split:1,*,,${my_option}}_start_with:${my_option}}}}}${define:my_value,${tg_shell_argv${calc:${re:1}+1}}}/group_tools set ${my_groups} item ${tg_argv3} ${my_option} '\${base_decode:16,${base_encode:16,${my_value}}}';===my_cmds_to_run ===$===/group_tools ${my_group_tools_action} ${my_groups} filter ${my_list_params}===my_cmds_to_run"
/trigger set news_newsmon_interest command "/command -buffer core.weechat * /eval -s ${my_cmds_to_run}"

this trigger add the /newsmon_interest command, a simpler way to create the interest than using /group_tools

/trigger add news_newsmon_click_item hsignal news_newsmon_click_item
/trigger set news_newsmon_click_item regex "/.*/${if:${_buffer_full_name}==core.newsmon?newsmon:news}_subscription/my_group /.*/${plugins.var.group_tools.${my_group}.group.items}/my_list /[^,]+/${if:${re:0}=~^[[:alnum:]][[:alnum:]_]*$?${re:0}}/my_list /[^,]+/${if:${calc:${re:repl_index}-1}==${_bar_item_line}?${re:0}}/my_list /,//my_list /.*/${my_list}/my_item /.*/${if:${_key}==button1?content:${if:,${plugins.var.group_tools.${my_group}.list.filter.list},=-,${my_item},?remove:push}}/my_action"
/trigger set news_newsmon_click_item command "/group_tools ${my_action} ${my_group} filter ${my_item}"

/key bindctxt mouse @item(news_item):button1* hsignal:news_newsmon_click_item
/key bindctxt mouse @item(news_item):button2* hsignal:news_newsmon_click_item

this trigger changes the filter list of a group whenever we left or right click on the news_item

/trigger addreplace news_click hsignal news_click
/trigger set news_click regex "/(^|.*,)site_url_([^,]+)(,.*|$)/${re:2}/_chat_line_tags /.*/${base_decode:16,${re:0}}/_chat_line_tags"
/trigger set news_click command "/command -buffer ${buffer.full_name} core /input insert ${_chat_line_tags}\x20"

/key bindctxt cursor @chat(core.newsmon):i hsignal:news_click;/cursor stop

this trigger insert the url of a message in the input bar when you press i in cursor mode on a message

/buffer add newsmon
/eval /set weechat.startup.command_after_plugins ${weechat.startup.command_after_plugins}${if:${weechat.startup.command_after_plugins}!=?;}/buffer add newsmon
/buffer_autoset add core.newsmon notify none
/buffer_autoset add core.newsmon highlight_words -
/buffer_autoset add core.newsmon title News Monitor
/buffer_autoset add core.newsmon time_for_each_line 0
/eval /buffer_autoset add ${if:${plugins.var.group_tools.newsmon.all.general.buffer_full_name}!=?${plugins.var.group_tools.newsmon.all.general.buffer_full_name}:irc.libera.##news} notify none
/eval /buffer_autoset add ${if:${plugins.var.group_tools.newsmon.all.general.buffer_full_name}!=?${plugins.var.group_tools.newsmon.all.general.buffer_full_name}:irc.libera.##news} hidden 1 

the commands above set some buffer properties for our new monitor buffer

/item addreplace news_item "" "${base_decode:16,${buffer.local_variables.news_item}}" 

the command above create a new bar item

/group_tools set monitor list trigger defaults_options hook_arguments,trigger_conditions,tags,message
/group_tools add monitor trigger newsmon "" "" "${if:${plugins.var.group_tools.newsmon.all.general.buffer_full_name}!=?${plugins.var.group_tools.newsmon.all.general.buffer_full_name}:irc.libera.##news};irc_privmsg,matrix_message,matrix_text,debug_newsmon" "${plugins.var.group_tools.${my_monitor}.all.general.filtered_lines} != || ${plugins.var.group_tools.${my_monitor}.all.general.filtered_lines} == && ${tg_displayed} !=" "${tg_tags}" "${define:my_title,${info:news_parse_tools,title,${tg_message_nocolor}}}${define:my_url,${info:news_parse_tools,url,${tg_message_nocolor}}}${define:my_date,${info:news_parse_tools,date,${tg_message_nocolor}}}\t${my_list}${my_title}${if:${plugins.var.group_tools.newsmon.all.general.keep_url}!=? ${my_url}}${if:${plugins.var.group_tools.newsmon.all.general.keep_date}!=? ${my_date}}"
/group_tools push monitor trigger newsmon

the commands above create a new monitor

/group_tools set newsmon all general colors 1,3,4,5,6,9,10,13,17,22,23,25,27,33,53,55,57,63,93,94,124,129,130
/group_tools set newsmon all general powerline 1
/group_tools set newsmon list header defaults_options min_length,max_length,fg,bg,separator,content,conditions
/group_tools add newsmon header site_name "" "" 0 "${define:my_site_and_sections,${info:news_parse_tools,site_and_sections,${tg_message_nocolor}}}${calc:10+${if:${lengthscr:${split:2,|,,${my_site_and_sections}}}==?4:${if:${lengthscr:${split:2,|,,${my_site_and_sections}}}<7?7-${lengthscr:${split:2,|,,${my_site_and_sections}}}}}}" "white" "${define:my_site_and_sections,${info:news_parse_tools,site_and_sections,${tg_message_nocolor}}}${info:nick_color_name,${my_site_and_sections};${plugins.var.group_tools.newsmon.all.general.colors}}" "white" "${define:my_site_and_sections,${info:news_parse_tools,site_and_sections,${tg_message_nocolor}}}${color:underline}${split:1,|,,${my_site_and_sections}}"
/group_tools add newsmon header site_first_section "" "" 0 "${define:my_site_and_sections,${info:news_parse_tools,site_and_sections,${tg_message_nocolor}}}${calc:7+${if:${lengthscr:${split:1,|,,${my_site_and_sections}}}<10?10-${lengthscr:${split:1,|,,${my_site_and_sections}}}}}" "white" "${define:my_site_and_sections,${info:news_parse_tools,site_and_sections,${tg_message_nocolor}}}${info:nick_color_name,${my_site_and_sections};${plugins.var.group_tools.newsmon.all.general.colors}}" "white" "${define:my_site_and_sections,${info:news_parse_tools,site_and_sections,${tg_message_nocolor}}}${color:underline}${split:2,|,,${my_site_and_sections}}" "${define:my_site_and_sections,${info:news_parse_tools,site_and_sections,${tg_message_nocolor}}}${split:2,|,,${my_site_and_sections}}!="
/group_tools add newsmon header site_no_first_section "" "" 0 "${define:my_site_and_sections,${info:news_parse_tools,site_and_sections,${tg_message_nocolor}}}${calc:7+${if:${lengthscr:${split:1,|,,${my_site_and_sections}}}<10?10-${lengthscr:${split:1,|,,${my_site_and_sections}}}}}" "white" "${define:my_site_and_sections,${info:news_parse_tools,site_and_sections,${tg_message_nocolor}}}${info:nick_color_name,${my_site_and_sections};${plugins.var.group_tools.newsmon.all.general.colors}}" "white" "${color:underline}N/A" "${define:my_site_and_sections,${info:news_parse_tools,site_and_sections,${tg_message_nocolor}}}${split:2,|,,${my_site_and_sections}}=="
/group_tools content newsmon header site_name site_first_section site_no_first_section

the commands above create a powerline bar to be displayed in front of the messages in the monitor buffer

/newsmon_interest add interest tech "display" "💻" "site_name" "Wired|EFF Updates|techdirt|TorrentFreak|Hacker News|CNET|phoronix|Ars Technica|Journal du hacker" "*site_and_sections*" "netsec|Tech" "*site_title*" "Linux|Computer|Techno"
/newsmon_interest add interest science "display" "🧪" "*site_and_sections*" "Science|Space|Environment" "*site_title*" "Study|Climate"
/newsmon_interest add interest canada "display" "🇨🇦" "*site_and_sections*" "Canada|Quebec|Montreal" "*site_title*" "Canada|Quebec|Montreal"
/newsmon_interest add interest world "display" "🌐" "*site_and_sections*" "World|International"
/newsmon_interest add interest health "display" "🏥" "*site_and_sections*" "Health" "*site_title*" "Health"
/newsmon_interest add interest finance "display" "💲" "*site_and_sections*" "Finance|Business|Money|Company|Economy"
/newsmon_interest add interest hockey "display" "🏒" "*site_title*" "NHL|Hockey"
/newsmon_interest add interest life "display" "🙂" "*site_and_sections*" "Life|People|Culture|Music|Film|Religion|Art"

the commands above create items that represent the news you are interested in

Layouts

Layout main-control

/eval /window splith ${calc:9 / ${window[gui_current_window].win_height} * 100 // 1}
/buffer highmon
/window 1
/layout store main-control windows

a layout with two windows, window 1 is the bigger one and the main one used to display anything. Window 2 is suited to display monitors buffers like chanmon, highmon and newsmon

Layout main-control-control2

/window 2
/window splitv 50
/buffer core.newsmon
/window 1
/layout store main-control-control2 windows

a layout with three windows. Windows 2 and windows 3 are suited to display monitors buffers like chanmon, highmon and newsmon

Miscellaneous

nullpointer (https://0x0.st)

WeeChat Screenshot

/alias add nullpointer /exec -sh -hsignal nullpointer $* 2>&1 | curl -sfSF file=@- https://0x0.st
/trigger addreplace nullpointer hsignal nullpointer
/trigger set nullpointer regex "/\n//out"
/trigger set nullpointer command "/command -buffer ${buffer.full_name} core /input delete_line;/command -buffer ${buffer.full_name} core /input insert ${out}"

This allow you to type /nullpointer uptime for example, to send the output of the uptime command to 0x0.st. Your input bar content will be replaced by the url of the paste. This way you can visit the URL to see if there is sensitive information before giving the url to everyone. You may wonder why I didn't used something like: _/exec -sh -pipe "/input delete_line;/input insert " $* 2>&1 | curl -sF c=@- https://0x0.st Well If we use this, the input bar will be filled with the command and not the url.

Dev info

≥ WeeChat 3.1 for tg_trigger_name

WeeChat Screenshot

/alias del devinfo

/trigger addreplace devinfo command "devinfo;infos about WeeChat;[-extra] [-match];-extra: displays extra informations like in how many day the next stable will be released${\n}-match: show if you are up-to-date${\n}${\n}This command retrieve infos about current and next stable version.${\n}${\n}Exemples:${\n}  Verbose output:${\n}    /${tg_trigger_name} -extra -match;-extra|-match|%*"
/trigger set devinfo conditions "${tg_argv_eol1} =~ ^(-(extra|match) +)*(-(extra|match))?$"
/trigger set devinfo regex "/.*/${tg_argv_eol1}/my_flags /(^| )-/,/my_flags / +//my_flags /.+/${re:0},/my_flags" 
/trigger set devinfo command "/exec -norc -timeout 5 -hsignal devinfo${my_flags} url:https://weechat.org/dev/info/all/"

/trigger addreplace utils_date_calc_days info date_calc_days
/trigger set utils_date_calc_days conditions "${tg_arguments} =~ ^[0-9]{4}-(1[0-2]|0[1-9])-(3[01]|0[1-9]|[12][0-9])$ && ${info:python_version} !="
/trigger set utils_date_calc_days regex "/.*/${info:python_eval,from datetime import datetime; date1 = datetime.today(); date2 = datetime.strptime('${tg_arguments}', '%Y-%m-%d'); delta = date1 - date2; print(abs(delta.days))}/tg_info"

/trigger addreplace utils_date_preferred info date_preferred
/trigger set utils_date_preferred conditions "${tg_arguments} =~ ^[0-9]{4}-(1[0-2]|0[1-9])-(3[01]|0[1-9]|[12][0-9])$ && ${info:python_version} !="
/trigger set utils_date_preferred regex "/.*/${info:python_eval,from datetime import datetime; print(datetime.strptime('${tg_arguments}', '%Y-%m-%d').strftime('%x'))}/tg_info"

/trigger addreplace devinfo_hsignal hsignal devinfo*
/trigger set devinfo_hsignal conditions "${err} == && ${info:python_version} !="
/trigger set devinfo_hsignal regex "/.*/${tg_signal}/my_flags /^devinfo//my_flags /(?n)^stable:(.*)/${re:0}${if:${my_flags}=~,match,&&${info:version}!~-(dev|rc[0-9]+)? ${if:${re:1}==${info:version}?${color:121}(as mine!):${color:163}(mine is ${info:version})}}/out /(?n)^devel:(.*)/${re:0}${if:${my_flags}=~,match,&&${info:version}=~-(dev|rc[0-9]+)? ${if:${re:1}==${info:version}?${color:121}(as mine!):${color:163}(mine is ${info:version})}}/out /.*/${info:version_git}/my_git /^[^g]+g(.*)/${re:1}/my_git /(?n)^git:(.*)/${re:0}${if:${my_flags}=~,match,&&${info:version}=~-(dev|rc[0-9]+)? ${if:${re:1}=~^${my_git}?${color:121}(as mine!):${color:163}(mine is ${info:version_git})}}/out /(?n)^(stable_date:)(.*)/${re:1}${info:date_preferred,${re:2}}${if:${my_flags}=~,extra,? (since ${info:date_calc_days,${re:2}} days)}/out /(?n)^(next_stable_date:)(.*)/${re:1}${info:date_preferred,${re:2}}${if:${my_flags}=~,extra,? (${info:date_calc_days,${re:2}} days left)}/out /_/ /out /(?n)^([^:]+:)(.*)/${color:31}${re:1} ${color:default}${re:2}/out /\n/\x5cn/out"
/trigger set devinfo_hsignal command "/print -current -escape ${out}"

The devinfo trigger create the devinfo command which is used to retrieve info from https://weechat.org/dev/info/all/ and tell you if you're up-to-date (if you use the -match flag) and in how many days the next stable will be released (if you use the -extra flag)

translate with translate-shell

WeeChat Screenshot

/trigger del translate_target_lang

/buffer_autoset add exec.exec.translated_dict short_name dictionary
/set plugins.var.translate_lang fr
/buffer_autoset add irc.*.*fr localvar_set_translate_lang en

/trigger addreplace translate modifier weechat_print
/trigger set translate conditions "${tg_tags} =~ ,exec_cmd_translated_(text|lang),"
/trigger set translate regex "/.*/${color:*_31}${if:${tg_tags}=~,exec_cmd_translated_text,?Translation:Language}${color:reset}\t${tg_message_nocolor}/"

/trigger addreplace translate_hsignal hsignal translate
/trigger set translate_hsignal regex "/.*/${info:spell_dict,${_buffer}}/my_main_spell_dict /,.*//my_main_spell_dict /.*/${env:LANG}/my_env_lang /_.*//my_env_lang /.*/${_buffer_localvar_translate_lang},${if:${_buffer_localvar_type}=~^(channel|private)$?${buffer[${if:${_buffer_plugin}==irc?${info:irc_buffer,${_buffer_localvar_server}}:${info:slack_matrix_server_search,${_buffer}}}].local_variables.translate_lang}},${plugins.var.translate_lang},${my_main_spell_dict},${my_env_lang}/my_lang /.*/${my_lang}/my_debug /^,+//my_lang /([^,]+).*/${re:1}/my_lang /'/'\''/my_lang /.*/${_chat_line_message}/my_chat_line_message /'/'\''/my_chat_line_message /.*/${_chat_word}/my_chat_word /'/'\''/my_chat_word /.*/${if:${_key}==t?translated_text trans -brief -target '${my_lang}' -no-auto '${my_chat_line_message}':${if:${_key}==l?translated_lang trans -brief -no-auto -id '${my_chat_line_message}':translated_dict trans -dictionary -no-auto '${my_chat_word}'}}/my_cmd_suffix"
/trigger set translate_hsignal command "/command -buffer ${_buffer_full_name} * /exec -norc -name ${my_cmd_suffix}"

/key bindctxt cursor @chat:t /window ${_window_number};hsignal:translate;/cursor stop
/key bindctxt cursor @chat:l /window ${_window_number};hsignal:translate;/cursor stop
/key bindctxt cursor @chat:d /window ${_window_number};hsignal:translate;/cursor stop

This let you translate text with the translate-shell program (package has the same name, at least for Debian). If you want to translate something someone said, press the middle mouse button on the message then press 't'. If you want to know the language of the text, press 'l' instead. Finally, you can press 'd' this will open a buffer and call translate-shell in dictionary mode. For the key 't', the target language is choosed like this: if there is a translate_lang localvar for the buffer, use the langage specified by this localvar. If not, check if the buffer is a channel or private and if so, check if there is a translate_lang localvar for the corresponding server buffer. If not, check if the option plugins.var.translate_lang exist. Otherwhise, check if there is a main spell dict set and if not use the LANG env. So, 1) buffer localvar 2) server buffer localvar 3) option 4) main spell dict 5) LANG environment variable

Nick Validation

WeeChat Screenshot

/trigger addreplace modifier_is_nick_valid modifier input_text_display 
/trigger set modifier_is_nick_valid conditions "${tg_string_nocolor} =~ ^/nick . && ${buffer.plugin.name} == irc"
/trigger set modifier_is_nick_valid regex "===.*===${tg_string_nocolor}===my_nick ===^/nick (.+)===${re:1}===my_nick ===^-all (.+)===${re:1}===my_nick ===.*===${if:${tg_string_nocolor}=~^/nick -all[ ]?${info:python_eval,infolist = weechat.infolist_get('irc_server', '', '')\nwhile weechat.infolist_next(infolist):\n if weechat.infolist_integer(infolist, 'is_connected'): print(weechat.infolist_string(infolist, 'name') + ' ')\nweechat.infolist_free(infolist)}:${server}} ===my_servers ===[^ ]+===${re:0} ${info:irc_server_isupport_value,${re:0},NICKLEN} ${info:irc_server_isupport_value,${re:0},CASEMAPPING} ${if:${info:irc_server_isupport_value,${re:0},UTF8MAPPING}!=?${info:irc_server_isupport_value,${re:0},UTF8MAPPING}:no}===my_servers ===([^ ]+) ([^ ]+) ([^ ]+) ([^ ]+)===${re:0} ${if:${info:irc_is_nick,${re:1},${my_nick}}!=?valid:invalid}===my_servers ===([^ ]+) ([^ ]+) ([^ ]+) ([^ ]+) ([^ ]+)===\n${if:${re:5}==valid?${color:016,046}:${color:016,163}}${re:1} ${color:reverse} NICKLEN = ${calc:${re:2} - ${length:${my_nick}}}/${re:2}  CASEMAPPING = ${re:3}  UTF8MAPPING = ${re:4}${color:016,default}===my_servers ===.*===${re:0} ${my_servers}===tg_string"

This trigger will give you hint about max nickname length and available character in nickname and will also tell you if the nick is valid or not. Also note that weechat has limited support for the rfc8265. For example, on an ergo server with utf8 nickname enabled, weechat correctly report the nickname é as valid but incorrectly report │ as valid.

WeeChat Animated logo

≥ WeeChat 3.3 for ${split:...}

WeeChat Screenshot

/trigger addoff weechat_logo_random_colors timer 500;0;0
/trigger set weechat_logo_random_colors regex "/.*/${plugins.var.logo_colors}/my_colors /^$/24,31,121,163,229,white/my_colors ===.*===___       __         ______________        _____===my_first ===.*===__ |     / /___________  ____/__  /_______ __  /_===my_second ===.*===__ | /| / /_  _ \  _ \  /    __  __ \  __ `/  __/===my_third ===.*===__ |/ |/ / /  __/  __/ /___  _  / / / /_/ // /_===my_forth ===.*===____/|__/  \___/\___/\____/  /_/ /_/\__,_/ \__/===my_fifth /[^ ]/${color:*${split:random,,collapse_seps+strip_left+strip_right,${my_colors}}}${re:0}${color:reset}/my_first /[^ ]/${color:*${split:random,,collapse_seps+strip_left+strip_right,${my_colors}}}${re:0}${color:reset}/my_second /[^ ]/${color:*${split:random,,collapse_seps+strip_left+strip_right,${my_colors}}}${re:0}${color:reset}/my_third /[^ ]/${color:*${split:random,,collapse_seps+strip_left+strip_right,${my_colors}}}${re:0}${color:reset}/my_forth /[^ ]/${color:*${split:random,,collapse_seps+strip_left+strip_right,${my_colors}}}${re:0}${color:reset}/my_fifth"
/trigger set weechat_logo_random_colors command "/print -free -newbuffer logo -y 0 ${my_first};/print -free -newbuffer logo -y 1 ${my_second};/print -free -newbuffer logo -y 2 ${my_third};/print -free -newbuffer logo -y 3 ${my_forth};/print -free -newbuffer logo -y 4 ${my_fifth}"

/trigger addreplace logo command "logo;WeeChat Animated Logo;start|stop|toggle|faster|slower || timer <time> [<align> [<number>]] || speed <speed> || color [\"<range>...\" [\"<name>...\"]]; start: start the timer${\n}  stop: stop the timer${\n}toggle: toggle the timer${\n}faster: increase the speed of the timer${\n}slower: decrease the speed of the timer${\n} timer: use a custom ms${\n} speed: use a preset${\n} color: specify the colors${\n}  time: number of ms${\n} align: alignment on second${\n}number: max number of calls${\n} speed: one of the following values: ultra, fast, normal, slow${\n} range: a range, eg: 3-35${\n}  name: name of a color${\n}${\n}Let's play with the WeeChat Animated ASCII logo!${\n}${\n}Exemples:${\n}  Start the timer !!${\n}    /logo start${\n}  Change the colors${\n}    /logo color \"\" \"24 31 121 163 229 white\";start|stop|toggle|faster|slower || timer 5000|4000|3000|2000|1000 || speed ultra|fast|normal|slow || color 0-255"
/trigger set logo conditions "${tg_argv_eol1} =~ ^(start|stop|toggle|faster|slower)$ || ${tg_argv_eol1} =~ ^timer +[0-9]+( +[0-9]+)?( +[0-9]+)?$ || ${tg_argv_eol1} =~ ^speed +(ultra|fast|normal|slow)$ || (${tg_shell_argv1} == color && ${tg_shell_argv2} =~ ^ *(([0-9]|[1-9][0-9]|1[0-9][0-9]|2[0-4][0-9]|25[0-6])-([0-9]|[1-9][0-9]|1[0-9][0-9]|2[0-4][0-9]|25[0-6])( +|$))*$ && ${tg_shell_argc} <= 4)"
/trigger set logo regex "/.*/${tg_argv1}/my_action /start/enable/my_action /stop/disable/my_action /.*/${trigger.trigger.weechat_logo_random_colors.arguments}/my_hook_args /.*/${split:1,;,,${my_hook_args}}/my_current_ms /.*/${if:${my_action}==timer?${tg_argv3}:${split:2,;,,${my_hook_args}}}/my_align_sec /.*/${if:${my_action}==timer?${tg_argv4}:${split:3,;,,${my_hook_args}}}/my_num_call /.*/${if:${my_action}==faster?${if:${my_current_ms}<=50?${my_current_ms}:${calc:${my_current_ms}-50}}:${if:${my_action}==slower?${calc:${my_current_ms}+50}:${if:${my_action}=~^(speed|timer)$?${tg_argv2}}}}/my_speed /ultra/5/my_speed /fast/50/my_speed /normal/500/my_speed /slow/1000/my_speed /.*/${if:${my_action}==color?${tg_shell_argv2}}/my_colors /([0-9]+)-([0-9]+)/${info:python_eval,print(' '.join(map(str, list(range(${re:1},${re:2})))))}/my_colors /$/${if:${my_action}==color? ${tg_shell_argv3}}/my_colors / +/,/my_colors  /^,|,$//my_colors ===.*===/mute ${if:${my_action}=~(enable|disable|toggle)?/trigger ${my_action} weechat_logo_random_colors:${if:${my_action}==color?/set plugins.var.logo_colors '${my_colors}':/trigger set weechat_logo_random_colors arguments ${my_speed};${my_align_sec};${my_num_call}}}===my_cmds_to_run"
/trigger set logo command "/command -buffer core.weechat * /eval ${my_cmds_to_run}"

/key bindctxt mouse @chat(core.logo):button1 /logo toggle
/key bindctxt mouse @chat(core.logo):button1-gesture-left* /logo slower
/key bindctxt mouse @chat(core.logo):button1-gesture-right* /logo faster

/buffer_autoset add core.logo title Animated WeeChat Logo - Click on the logo to toggle the animation - Use gesture to increase and decrease the speed

/alias add logo_xmas /logo color "" "34 46 40 124 160 196 white"
/alias add logo_config /logo color "" "24 31 121 163 229 white"

useless thing but nonetheless beautiful

Upgrade Scripts

/trigger addreplace day_changed_upgrade_scripts signal day_changed
/trigger set day_changed_upgrade_scripts command "/script update;/wait 10s /script upgrade"

This trigger will update the local script cache and then upgrade all the installed scripts at midnight.

No notify for duck hunt commands

/trigger addreplace no_notify_duck_command line *;irc.*;irc_privmsg
/trigger set no_notify_duck_command conditions "${tg_message_nocolor} =~ ^[!,.](bef|bang|reload|shop|duckstats|friends|killers)(\s|$) && ${buffer.local_variables.type} == channel"
/trigger set no_notify_duck_command regex "/.*/-1/notify_level"

Disable notify for duck hunt commands like bef, bang, reload and so on. This way I know there is nothing worth reading on a channel so I don't switch to that buffer.

holiday

/trigger addreplace utils_holiday info holiday
/trigger set utils_holiday conditions "${tg_arguments} =~ ^(0[1-9]|[1-2][0-9]|3[0-1])-(0[1-9]|1[0-2])$"
/trigger set utils_holiday regex "/.*/${tg_arguments}/ /01-01/HAPPY NEW YEAR!/ /25-12/MERRY CHRISTMAS!/ /[0-9][0-9]-[0-9][0-9]//"

this info is useful for the weechat.look.day_change_message_1_date and _2dates. See these options at the bottom of my configuration.

Highlight

/set weechat.look.highlight *pascalpoitras*

Keys

/key bindctxt cursor @item(buffer_nicklist):v /window ${_window_number};/voice ${nick}
/key bindctxt cursor @item(buffer_nicklist):o /window ${_window_number};/op ${nick}
/key bindctxt cursor @item(buffer_nicklist):V /window ${_window_number};/devoice ${nick}
/key bindctxt cursor @item(buffer_nicklist):O /window ${_window_number};/deop ${nick}
/key bindctxt cursor @chat:s /window ${_window_number};/slap ${_chat_line_nick};/cursor stop
/key bindctxt cursor @item(buffer_nicklist):s /window ${_window_number};/slap ${nick};/cursor stop

/key bindctxt cursor @chat:a /command -buffer ${buffer.full_name} core /input insert ${_chat_bol}\x20;/cursor stop
/key bindctxt cursor @chat:e /command -buffer ${buffer.full_name} core /input insert ${_chat_eol}\x20;/cursor stop
/key bindctxt cursor @chat:w /command -buffer ${buffer.full_name} core /input insert ${_chat_word}\x20;/cursor stop

Others Keyboard shortcuts

/key bind meta-meta2-A /bar scroll nicklist * -100%
/key bind meta-meta2-B /bar scroll nicklist * +100%
/key bind meta2-A /input history_global_previous
/key bind meta2-B /input history_global_next

Alias

/alias add ame allchan -current /me
/alias add amsg allchan -current /msg *
/alias add cq /allpv /buffer close
/alias add znc /quote znc
/alias add irc_stats /set plugins.var.total_irc_servers 0;/set plugins.var.total_irc_channels 0;/set plugins.var.total_irc_privates 0;/allserv /eval /set plugins.var.total_irc_servers ${calc:${plugins.var.total_irc_servers}+1};/allchan /eval /set plugins.var.total_irc_channels ${calc:${plugins.var.total_irc_channels}+1};/allpv /eval /set plugins.var.total_irc_privates ${calc:${plugins.var.total_irc_privates}+1};/eval I am currently on ${plugins.var.total_irc_servers} server${if:${plugins.var.total_irc_servers}>1?s}, ${plugins.var.total_irc_channels} channel${if:${plugins.var.total_irc_channels}>1?s} and I have ${plugins.var.total_irc_privates} quer${if:${plugins.var.total_irc_privates}>1?ies:y}.;/unset -mask plugins.var.total_irc_*
/alias addcompletion -m close /eval ${if:-m==$*?/allpv }/buffer close
/alias addcompletion %(irc_channel)|%(nick)|%* slap /me slaps $* around a bit with a large trout
/alias addcompletion %(irc_channel)|%(nick)|%* fu /say (╹◡╹)凸 $*
/alias addcompletion %(weechat_commands) multicomm /alias add temp $*;/temp

The multicomm alias is an alternative to /eval -s, but more "secure". If you use eval -s for this purpose (execute more than one command) but you forget that thing like secure variables will be evaluate this can be very bad.

Filters

/set irc.look.smart_filter on
/filter add irc_smart * irc_smart_filter *

/filter addreplace bitlbee_lots_of_hashtags irc.bitlbee.#* * (#[^ ]+.*){4}
/filter addreplace bitlbee_no_rt irc.bitlbee.#* * ^\[[^]]+\] RT @[^: ]+:
/filter addreplace bitlbee_no_reply irc.bitlbee.#* * ^\[[^]]+\] @[^ ]+
/filter addreplace bitlbee_no_hashtags_only irc.bitlbee.#* * ^\[[^]]+\] (#[^ ]+( +|$))+$

The last four filters are useful in bitlbee twitter channels, this hide tweet with four or more hashtags, retweets, replies and tweets containing only hashtags

Custom join color

/set weechat.color.chat_prefix_join 121
/set weechat.color.chat_host 31
/set irc.color.message_join 121

The weechat.color.chat_host option will also set this color for part and quit. To have a different color, for example, a host in red for parts and quits and green for joins, see this.

Custom part and quit

/set weechat.color.chat_prefix_quit 131
/set irc.color.message_quit 131

exec options

/set exec.command.shell bash

The remaining IRC options

/set irc.server_default.away_check 5
/set irc.server_default.away_check_max_nicks 25
/set irc.color.nick_prefixes "q:lightred;a:lightcyan;o:121;h:lightmagenta;v:229;*:lightblue"
/set irc.network.ban_mask_default "*!*@$host"
/set irc.look.buffer_switch_autojoin off
/set irc.look.buffer_switch_join off
/set irc.look.color_nicks_in_nicklist on
/set irc.look.part_closes_buffer on
/set irc.color.mirc_remap "1,-1:16;14,-1:240"

The remaining Weechat options

/set weechat.look.bar_more_down ""
/set weechat.look.bar_more_up ""
/set weechat.look.bar_more_left "…"
/set weechat.look.bar_more_right "…"
/set weechat.look.buffer_notify_default message
/set weechat.look.buffer_time_format "${color:245}%H${color:253}%M"
/set weechat.look.color_inactive_message off
/set weechat.look.color_inactive_prefix off
/set weechat.look.color_inactive_prefix_buffer off
/set weechat.look.color_inactive_window off
/set weechat.look.day_change_message_1date "▬▬▶ ${if:${info:holiday,%d-%m}?${info:holiday,%d-%m}:%a, %d %b %Y} ◀▬▬"
/set weechat.look.day_change_message_2dates "▬▬▶ ${if:${info:holiday,%%d-%%m}?${info:holiday,%%d-%%m}:%%a, %%d %%b %%Y} (%a, %d %b %Y) ◀▬▬"
/set weechat.look.hotlist_add_conditions "${away} || ${buffer.num_displayed} == 0"
/set weechat.look.item_buffer_filter "•"
/set weechat.look.prefix_align_min 0
/set weechat.look.prefix_align_max 10
/set weechat.look.prefix_join "▬▬▶"
/set weechat.look.prefix_quit "◀▬▬"
/set weechat.look.prefix_suffix "│"
/set weechat.look.read_marker_string "─"
/set weechat.look.separator_horizontal ""

/set weechat.color.bar_more 229
/set weechat.color.chat_highlight lightred
/set weechat.color.chat_highlight_bg default
/set weechat.color.chat_nick_colors "cyan,magenta,green,brown,lightblue,lightcyan,lightmagenta,lightgreen,blue"
/set weechat.color.chat_prefix_more 31
/set weechat.color.chat_prefix_suffix 31
/set weechat.color.chat_read_marker 31
/set weechat.color.chat_time 239
/set weechat.color.chat_delimiters 31
/set weechat.color.separator 31
/set weechat.color.status_data_highlight 163
/set weechat.color.status_data_msg 229
/set weechat.color.status_data_private 121
/set weechat.color.status_more 229
/set weechat.color.status_name 121
/set weechat.color.status_name_ssl 121
/set weechat.color.status_time white
/set weechat.color.status_nicklist_count white
/set weechat.color.status_number white

/set weechat.history.max_buffer_lines_number 1024

save everything

/save

⚠️ BE SURE TO USE THE DEVEL VERSION OF WEECHAT ⚠️

The following command will let you run all the commands of my configuration (not really recommended, you should take only what you want and understand)

First, type the following

/secure passphrase <pass>
/secure set bitlbeepass <pass>
/secure set liberachatpass <pass>
/secure set relaypass <pass>
/secure set defaultnicks <nicks-csv>
/secure set defaultsasluser <username>
/set plugins.var.group_tools.newsmon.all.general.buffer_full_name irc.libera.##news
/set script.scripts.download_enabled on
/script install autosort.py buffer_autoset.py cmd_help.py

Once scripts are installed

⚠️ DO NOT RUN THIS BEFORE ALL THE SCRIPTS ABOVE ARE INSTALLED ⚠️

/exec -sh -oc curl -sfS https://gist.githubusercontent.com/pascalpoitras/8406501/raw/myweechat.md | sed -E 's/^\s+//;/^(\/secure|\/script)/d;/^\//!d'
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arooni commented Aug 24, 2021

i noticed cpu usage is very high on this... anything i can do? 3.2 weechat on ubuntu 20.04 seeing cpu loads 20-30-40% when in use. quad core intel mobile processor

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pascalpoitras commented Aug 24, 2021

@arooni

as stated in the buflist section the buflist is slow for two reasons

the first reason is that the buflist is refresh each time the hotlist_changed signal is received, so each time a user join/part/quit or send a message for example the whole buflist is refresh (this is why when there is a netsplit weechat hang for a few seconds) so if you have a lots of channels the situation will be worse especially if these channels are active

the second reason is that my buflist configuration is very complex so each time the hotlist_changed signal is received, the buflist.format.* options are evaluated and those format are very complex and must be executed for each buffers, so again, if you have a lot of channels the situation will be a lot worse

A way to mitigate this a bit is to set the default notify level to message so that joins part and quit doesnt trigger the hotlist_changed signal this will help a lot but still slow

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arooni commented Aug 24, 2021

thanks for the quick response @pascalpoitras!

can you tell me which notify setting you were saying?

what about disabling the hostlist_changed signal and leaving the rest? many thanks!

also how can i simply ignore when a users joins/parts/etc

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pascalpoitras commented Aug 24, 2021

@arooni

/set weechat.look.buffer_notify_default message

this way the hotlist_changed signal will not be triggered for low message (join/part/quit...). But if you pasted all the line from my config you probably already have this setting set to this value

this is an excellent question but that represent some issues:

if the buflist is no more refresh on this signal the buffers name in the buflist will no more be colored and the number of unread message will not be refresh too. I created an issue a few weeks ago to ask flashcode to add a new signal that is triggered only when the priority change, for example if the buffer #weechat have no unread message and then a low message is receive, emit the new signal. Then if another low message is receive, do nothing, but if a message with higher priority, a message or a highlight is received, then emit that signal, at least this way the buffer name color would be refresh and correct but you would not be able to display the number of unread messages. The issue is here if you want to thumbs it up to encourage flashcode to implement it

Sorry if anything is hard to understand, as english is not my native tongue

EDIT: and btw you can't disable this signal it is hardcoded :(

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pascalpoitras commented Sep 4, 2021

I had to delete outdated comments because the page was loading so slowly, I apologize if some of you were relying on some comments but most of them were very outdated since this configuration is actively developed. I choose to keep only the comments of the current years so now the page is a lot more responsive!

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agonzal commented Sep 7, 2021

I was able to set the title color_bg and status color_bg to fit my needs but I am not able to see where I need to make the change to get the tabs (highmon, newsmon, chatmon, sys) to also be a different bg color. I see @rpfernandezjr was able to change the color. When I click into that window, the title color indeed changes (active vs inactive) but haven't been able to get the tabs, any ideas?

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pascalpoitras commented Sep 7, 2021

@agonzal

Hi,

to change the bg color of the tabs you have to modify the buflist.format.buffer option. Replace any occurence of 31 which is the color of the active tab background and 24 which is the color of the inactive tab background

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agonzal commented Sep 7, 2021

@pascalpoitras thank you for that, now I can say, it is complete! One can appreciate the amount of work put into this setup... /me tips hat!

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pascalpoitras commented Sep 7, 2021

@agonzal thanks! if you have any other questions don't hesitate :)

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agonzal commented Sep 8, 2021

I guess is it possible to change the bg color (which is maybe 24 now) for the server headings in the buflist? I want to have a uniform look all around and want to go darkgray

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pascalpoitras commented Sep 8, 2021

@agonzal

yes find the

/trigger set render_buflist regex ...

line in the config and change the 31 color to the color you want

do the same for the buflist.format.* options and plugins.var.buflist.format.* options

In the future I might add an option to easily change that but it add more evaluation and the buflist is already slow

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gngrn1nja commented Oct 1, 2021

thanks for all the help! awesome config/script btw!

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pascalpoitras commented Oct 1, 2021

@gngrn1nja you are welcome :) I will delete some of the comments since they were nearly 30 and I try to keep the page fast

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Tahvok commented Nov 8, 2021

I'm getting the following error with the buflist script:

Too few arguments for command "/bar set" (help on command: /help bar)

I'm trying to copy only the buflist from the scripts, and I'm unable to get anything displayed on the left - I just have a black column right now, and then I saw that I'm getting this error whenever I'm trying to resize it - so it might be related.

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pascalpoitras commented Nov 8, 2021

@Tahvok

what is the output of the following command

/v

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Tahvok commented Nov 9, 2021

@pascalpoitras

WeeChat 3.3 [compiled on Sep 29 2021 03:55:37]

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pascalpoitras commented Nov 9, 2021

@Tahvok

you need weechat 3.4 for the buflist as stated in the buflist section

for now, if you don't want to upgrade to 3.4 you can restore the default buflist settings with the following command:

/unset -mask buflist.*

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Phedre commented May 14, 2022

How can I get the matrix room name to show in the channel monitor and highlight monitor? They show up as "Matrix - Matrix - Username" instead of "Matrix - Room name - Username".

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pascalpoitras commented May 14, 2022

@Phedre

HI, I'm not using matrix but I try to keep the config matrix compatible

can you type /buffer localvar on the matrix buffer and paste the output as a comment below

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Phedre commented May 15, 2022

@pascalpoitras Here is the output:

19:59 Local variables for buffer "server.matrix_org":
19:59   plugin: "python"
19:59   name: "server.matrix_org"
19:59   script_name: "matrix"
19:59   script_input_cb: "server_buffer_cb"
19:59   script_input_cb_data: "matrix_org"
19:59   script_close_cb: ""
19:59   script_close_cb_data: ""
19:59   type: "server"
19:59   nick: "phedre"
19:59   server: "matrix_org"
19:59   channel: "matrix_org"

And for a random matrix channel:

20:01 Local variables for buffer "matrix.matrix_org.!uXvvbgIhuFMCGAIeRR:maunium.net":
20:01   plugin: "python"
20:01   name: "matrix.matrix_org.!uXvvbgIhuFMCGAIeRR:maunium.net"
20:01   script_name: "matrix"
20:01   script_input_cb: "room_buffer_input_cb"
20:01   script_input_cb_data: "matrix_org"
20:01   script_close_cb: "room_buffer_close_cb"
20:01   script_close_cb_data: "matrix_org"
20:01   type: "channel"
20:01   channel: "matrix.matrix_org.!uXvvbgIhuFMCGAIeRR:maunium.net"
20:01   nick: "phedre"
20:01   server: "matrix_org"
20:01   domain: "matrix.org"
20:01   room_id: "!uXvvbgIhuFMCGAIeRR:maunium.net"
20:01   canonical_alias: "#gomuks:maunium.net"

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pascalpoitras commented May 15, 2022

@Phedre

Ok so it seems the room name is in the canonical_alias variable

you need to replace the ${channel} part in the following options

plugins.var.group_tools.chanmon.item.chan.content
plugins.var.group_tools.highmon.item.chan.content

by ${buffer.local_variables.canonical_alias} but for matrix only (keep ${channel} for irc)
but before changing the options, can you give me the output of /buffer get short_name on a matrix channel? if it also give the canonical alias then we could use ${buffer.short_name} instead for both matrix and IRC

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Phedre commented May 15, 2022

Thanks @pascalpoitras ! I will try that.

Here's the output of /buffer get short_name:

python.matrix.matrix_org.!uXvvbgIhuFMCGAIeRR:maunium.net: (str) short_name = #gomuks

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pascalpoitras commented May 15, 2022

@Phedre

ok so you can replace ${channel} by ${buffer.short_name}

I advice you to use set or fset for this even if you can do it with the group_tools trigger since the trigger have changed a lot recently you might be using another version and so on, so by replacing ${channel} by ${buffer.short_name} in the two options in the last comment you will fix the problem

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catm4n commented May 21, 2022

hi pascal. those icons up in the news monitor aren't appearing for me.

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