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# Set these options in your config.fish (if you want to :])
#
# set -g theme_display_user yes
# set -g theme_hostname never
# set -g theme_hostname always
# set -g default_user your_normal_user
# Backward compatibility
#
# Note: Do not depend on these behavior. These can be removed in anytime by the
# author in the name of code readability.
if set -q theme_hide_hostname
# Existing $theme_hostname will always override $theme_hide_hostname
if not set -q theme_hostname
if [ "theme_hide_hostname" = "yes" ]
set -g theme_hostname never
end
if [ "theme_hide_hostname" = "no" ]
set -g theme_hostname always
end
end
end
#
# Segments functions
#
set -g current_bg NONE
set -g segment_separator \uE0B0
function prompt_segment -d "Function to draw a segment"
set -l bg
set -l fg
if [ -n "$argv[1]" ]
set bg $argv[1]
else
set bg normal
end
if [ -n "$argv[2]" ]
set fg $argv[2]
else
set fg normal
end
if [ "$current_bg" != 'NONE' -a "$argv[1]" != "$current_bg" ]
set_color -b $bg
set_color $current_bg
echo -n "$segment_separator "
set_color -b $bg
set_color $fg
else
set_color -b $bg
set_color $fg
echo -n " "
end
set current_bg $argv[1]
if [ -n "$argv[3]" ]
echo -n -s $argv[3] " "
end
end
function prompt_finish -d "Close open segments"
if [ -n $current_bg ]
set_color -b normal
set_color $current_bg
echo -n "$segment_separator "
end
set -g current_bg NONE
end
#
# Components
#
function prompt_virtual_env -d "Display Python virtual environment"
if test "$VIRTUAL_ENV"
prompt_segment white black (basename $VIRTUAL_ENV)
end
end
function prompt_user -d "Display current user if different from $default_user"
set -l BG 444444
set -l FG BCBCBC
if [ "$theme_display_user" = "yes" ]
if [ "$USER" != "$default_user" -o -n "$SSH_CLIENT" ]
set USER (whoami)
get_hostname
if [ $HOSTNAME_PROMPT ]
set USER_PROMPT $USER@$HOSTNAME_PROMPT
else
set USER_PROMPT $USER
end
prompt_segment $BG $FG $USER_PROMPT
end
else
get_hostname
if [ $HOSTNAME_PROMPT ]
prompt_segment $BG $FG $HOSTNAME_PROMPT
end
end
end
function get_hostname -d "Set current hostname to prompt variable $HOSTNAME_PROMPT if connected via SSH"
set -g HOSTNAME_PROMPT ""
if [ "$theme_hostname" = "always" -o \( "$theme_hostname" != "never" -a -n "$SSH_CLIENT" \) ]
set -g HOSTNAME_PROMPT (hostname)
end
end
function prompt_dir -d "Display the current directory"
prompt_segment 1C1C1C FFFFFF (prompt_pwd)
end
function prompt_hg -d "Display mercurial state"
set -l branch
set -l state
if command hg id >/dev/null 2>&1
if command hg prompt >/dev/null 2>&1
set branch (command hg prompt "{branch}")
set state (command hg prompt "{status}")
set branch_symbol \uE0A0
if [ "$state" = "!" ]
prompt_segment red white "$branch_symbol $branch ±"
else if [ "$state" = "?" ]
prompt_segment yellow black "$branch_symbol $branch ±"
else
prompt_segment green black "$branch_symbol $branch"
end
end
end
end
function prompt_git -d "Display the current git state"
set -l ref
if command git rev-parse --is-inside-work-tree >/dev/null 2>&1
set ref (command git symbolic-ref HEAD 2> /dev/null)
if [ $status -gt 0 ]
set -l branch (command git show-ref --head -s --abbrev |head -n1 2> /dev/null)
set ref "$branch "
end
set branch_symbol \uE0A0
set -l branch (echo $ref | sed "s-refs/heads/-$branch_symbol -")
set -l BG PROMPT
set -l dirty (command git status --porcelain --ignore-submodules=dirty 2> /dev/null)
if [ "$dirty" = "" ]
set BG green
set PROMPT "$branch"
else
set BG yellow
set dirty ''
# Check if there's any commit in the repo
set -l empty 0
git rev-parse --quiet --verify HEAD > /dev/null ^&1; or set empty 1
set -l target
if [ $empty = 1 ]
# The repo is empty
set target '4b825dc642cb6eb9a060e54bf8d69288fbee4904'
else
# The repo is not emtpy
set target 'HEAD'
# Check for unstaged change only when the repo is not empty
set -l unstaged 0
git diff --no-ext-diff --ignore-submodules=dirty --quiet --exit-code; or set unstaged 1
if [ $unstaged = 1 ]; set dirty $dirty''; end
end
# Check for staged change
set -l staged 0
git diff-index --cached --quiet --exit-code --ignore-submodules=dirty $target; or set staged 1
if [ $staged = 1 ]; set dirty $dirty''; end
# Check for dirty
if [ "$dirty" = "" ]
set PROMPT "$branch"
else
set PROMPT "$branch $dirty"
end
end
prompt_segment $BG black $PROMPT
end
end
function prompt_svn -d "Display the current svn state"
set -l ref
if command svn ls . >/dev/null 2>&1
set branch (svn_get_branch)
set branch_symbol \uE0A0
set revision (svn_get_revision)
prompt_segment green black "$branch_symbol $branch:$revision"
end
end
function svn_get_branch -d "get the current branch name"
svn info 2> /dev/null | awk -F/ \
'/^URL:/ { \
for (i=0; i<=NF; i++) { \
if ($i == "branches" || $i == "tags" ) { \
print $(i+1); \
break;\
}; \
if ($i == "trunk") { print $i; break; } \
} \
}'
end
function svn_get_revision -d "get the current revision number"
svn info 2> /dev/null | sed -n 's/Revision:\ //p'
end
function prompt_status -d "the symbols for a non zero exit status, root and background jobs"
if [ $RETVAL -ne 0 ]
prompt_segment black red ""
end
# if superuser (uid == 0)
set -l uid (id -u $USER)
if [ $uid -eq 0 ]
prompt_segment black yellow ""
end
# Jobs display
if [ (jobs -l | wc -l) -gt 0 ]
prompt_segment black cyan ""
end
end
function available -a name -d "Check if a function or program is available."
type "$name" ^/dev/null >&2
end
function prompt_battery
set str (acpi | grep -oP 'Full|Charging|Discharging|\d+%|\d+:\d+' | tr --truncate-set1 '\n' ' ' | read charging percent time)
if [ $time = "" ]
set time "===="
end
if [ $charging = "Charging" ]
set charging "blue"
else if [ $charging = "Discharging" ]
set charging "green"
else
set charging "cyan"
end
set percent $percent
prompt_segment $charging white "$time $percent"
end
function prompt_time
prompt_segment white black (date "+%H:%M:%S")
end
#
# Prompt
#
function fish_prompt
set -g RETVAL $status
prompt_battery
prompt_time
prompt_status
prompt_virtual_env
prompt_user
prompt_dir
available hg; and prompt_hg
available git; and prompt_git
available svn; and prompt_svn
prompt_finish
end
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