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Repository Details

Elegant BASH environment for macOS, Ubuntu and Gentoo

Version Version

Dotfiles “Fever”

My custom BASH environment. 1Supports macOS, Ubuntu and Gentoo. Feel free to fork and PR. Enjoy!


Features

This is default look without any color configuration:

Example screen of PS1_ADVANCED / No color!


This is fancy look with fully colored:

Example screen of PS1_ADVANCED


Common features:

  • Highly configurable PS1 features and element colors!
  • Enhanced history, formatted output, continuous history across terminal tabs.
  • Auto included PATH information. ~/bin, /usr/local/sbin and more.
  • Auto load for rbenv, pyenv, pip
  • Special prompts: git, hg, ip_list, rbenv, python/pyenv, django, virtualenv
  • Bash completions: bundler, django-admin, manage.py, gem, hg, rake, printev, pip
  • Nice rc files for: gem, input, irb, pry, screen
  • Colorful file lists!
  • Colorful man and less output

Example of LS_COLORS:

Colorful files


Example of colored man pages:

Colorful man pages


OSX Only features:

  • Autoload for brew: brew completions and autoenv
  • Bunch of useful alias examples.
  • rc files for ag, ack and nano
  • Linux style file list if coreutils installed from brew (folders on top!)

Common aliases

Try these commands:

  • rm, mv, rmdir, mkdir: You need to confirm!
  • cp: Preserve attributes and copy verbose by default!
  • l, ll, la: Nice Linux-ish (well 100% same!) lists.
  • what_is_my_public_ip, what_is_my_real_ip: Using dig or curl can tell your real IP address!

OSX aliases

  • desktop_hide, desktop_show: You can show/hide all icons on your desktop via single command!
  • shadow_screenshot_disable, shadow_screenshot_enable: Enable/disable shadows while taking screenshots!
  • ios_backup_disable, ios_backup_enable: Enable/disable backups for your iOS device(s)
  • ds_store_clear: Delete .DS_Store files :)
  • lock_screen: Going for lunch? lock it asap!

Common functions/commands

  • dataurl: Data url for image file: dataurl my_picture.jpg
  • gz_analyse: Analyses gzipped/non-gzipped versions of a file: gz_analyse my_file.txt
  • mkdir_cd: Create folder and cd in to it: mkdir_cd foo
  • webserver: That folder becomes a website! (via python): cd /folder/;webserver
  • webserver_rb: That folder becomes a website! (via ruby): cd /folder/;webserver

Requirements

You need git to clone this repo. That’s all you need. OS X users can install git via: brew install git. Ubuntu users can install git via: sudo apt install -y git-core. Gentoo users can install git via: emerge dev-vcs/git.


Installation

Clone the repo and run install script.

git clone https://github.com/vigo/dotfiles-fever.git $HOME/Dotfiles
bash $HOME/Dotfiles/install.sh
exec $SHELL # reload baby!

Defaults are:

  • ~/.profile
  • ~/.bashrc
  • ~/.inputrc
  • ~/.screenrc

others are optional:

  • ~/.ackrc will be available if ag installed
  • ~/.gemrc will be available if gem executable exists
  • ~/.irbrc will be available if irb executable exists
  • ~/.pryrc will be available if pry gem exists

If you installed nano from brew, fulfilling nano configuration will be generated and saved to ~/.nanorc. Most of the install process is sym-linking except nano configuration.

Uninstallation

This will unlink all the symlinks. Will not delete ~/Dotfiles folder. Do it by your self please... Do not forget to check your ~/Dotfiles/private folder ok?

bash $HOME/Dotfiles/uninstall.sh
exec $SHELL # reload baby!

Configuration

There is almost no-configuration :) There are few extras if you like to use. Put all your custom / private stuff under private/ folder. (Root of the repo)

Dotfiles/
├── completions
├── private           ---> you private stuff!
├── ps1
├── rc
├── startup_sequence
├── LICENSE.txt
├── README.md
└── install.sh

Everything under private folder will be loaded last therefore you can override everything. There are two different PS1 configuration options available: PS1_BASIC and PS1_ADVANCED. Default PS1 value is PS1_BASIC. You can override it under private/.

Here is my private/ folder structure:

private/
├── alias       # all of my private aliases
├── env         # my private env-vars/secrets etc...
├── functions   # my custom functions
└── ps1         # my custom $PS1

If you want to customize your prompt shell, you need to know PS1 elements of this dot-files :)

PS1 ELEMENTS

Color Configuration

You can set the color of every-bit in PS1. Available color and style variables are defined under startup_sequence/common/ps1_colors:

Colors are:

${black}
${red}
${green}
${yellow}
${blue}
${magenta}
${cyan}
${white}
${gray}

Styles are:

${bold}
${underline}
${reverse}
${blink}

You can even combine them:

export DFF_RBENV_PROMPT_COLOR="${bold}${yellow}${blink}"

Here is an example config and shows are the available variables. Example file is available under startup_sequence/ps_color_configuration_example. You can copy this under your private/ folder.

# git/hg prompt
export DFF_REVCONTROL_BRANCH_COLOR="${green}"                      # master
export DFF_REVCONTROL_AT_SIGN_COLOR="${white}"                     # @
export DFF_REVCONTROL_COMMIT_ID_COLOR="${underline}"               # 4a449eb1d5e5
export DFF_REVCONTROL_UNTRACKED_COLOR="${red}"                     #
export DFF_REVCONTROL_ADDED_COLOR="${yellow}${bold}"               #
export DFF_REVCONTROL_MODIFIED_COLOR="${green}"                    #
export DFF_REVCONTROL_RENAMED_COLOR="${yellow}"                    #
export DFF_REVCONTROL_DELETED_COLOR="${blink}${magenta}"           #
export DFF_REVCONTROL_TYPECHANGED_COLOR="${cyan}"                  #
export DFF_REVCONTROL_OVERALL_COLOR="${white}"                     #
export DFF_REVCONTROL_VERTICAL_PIPE_COLOR="${gray}"                # |
export DFF_REVCONTROL_GIT_BRANCH_AHEAD_COLOR="${reverse}${white}"  #
export DFF_REVCONTROL_GIT_BRANCH_BEHIND_COLOR="${reverse}${white}" #

export DFF_RBENV_PROMPT_COLOR="${yellow}"                          # [◆ 2.3.3]

export DFF_DB_MYSQL_PROMPT_COLOR="${red}${blink}"                  # [MySQL]
export DFF_DB_POSTGRESQL_PROMPT_COLOR="${red}${blink}"             # [PG]
export DFF_DB_REDIS_PROMPT_COLOR="${red}${blink}"                  # [REDIS]

export DFF_PYTHON_PROMPT_COLOR="${blue}"                           # [¶ 2.7.12]
export DFF_DJANGO_PROMPT_COLOR="${cyan}${underline}"               # [❡ 1.10.1]
export DFF_VIRTUALENV_PROMPT_COLOR="${red}${bold}"                 # [⚑ resume.bilgi.edu.tr]

export DFF_BASH_INFO_PROMPT_COLOR="${gray}"                        # [4.4.5(1)-release]

export DFF_BATTERY_PROMPT_COLOR="${yellow}"                        # [⌧ 3:47]

export DFF_MEMORY_PROMPT_COLOR="${green}${bold}"                   # [2.43G]

export DFF_IPLIST_PROMPT_IFACE_COLOR="${gray}${bold}"              # [en0:192.168.2.205]
export DFF_IPLIST_PROMPT_IPADDR_COLOR="${gray}"

export DFF_HORIZONTAL_LINE_PROMPT_COLOR="${gray}"                  # [------]

export DFF_USER_HOSTNAME_USER_PROMPT_COLOR="${blue}"               # vigo at
export DFF_USER_HOSTNAME_HOSTNAME_PROMPT_COLOR="${red}"            # noto.local
export DFF_USER_HOSTNAME_CWD_PROMPT_COLOR="${white}"               # in ~

${PROMPT_MEMORY}

OSX only, displays remaining free memory: [2.90G]. Color variable is DFF_MEMORY_PROMPT_COLOR

${PROMPT_BATTERY}

OSX only, displays remaining hour(s) on battery mode: [2:05]. Color variable is DFF_BATTERY_PROMPT_COLOR. You can set a custom icon via setting DFF_BATTERY_ICON variable. Example:

export DFF_BATTERY_ICON="\xE2\x8C\xA7" # ⌧

${PROMPT_USER_AND_HOSTNAME}

Outputs USERNAME at HOSTNAME in CURRENT_WORKING_DIRECTORY. Color variables are:

  • DFF_USER_HOSTNAME_USER_PROMPT_COLOR
  • DFF_USER_HOSTNAME_HOSTNAME_PROMPT_COLOR
  • DFF_USER_HOSTNAME_CWD_PROMPT_COLOR

You can change the variables. See details (osx/bsd) via man -P 'less -p ^PROMPTING' bash

PROMPT_USER_AND_HOSTNAME="${DFF_USER_HOSTNAME_USER_PROMPT_COLOR}\u${COLOR_OFF} at ${DFF_USER_HOSTNAME_HOSTNAME_PROMPT_COLOR}\H${COLOR_OFF} in ${DFF_USER_HOSTNAME_CWD_PROMPT_COLOR}\w${COLOR_OFF}"

# vigo at noto.local in ~/Dotfiles
# \u at \H in \w

${PROMPT_GIT}

This works if you are under a git repository. Shows current status such as; added, modified, deleted, renamed, type changed files amount. Example:

[master @ 297c543ceac8 □:1 ◆:1 ◌:1 | 3]
   |      |            |   |   |     |
   |      |            |   |   |     +-> 3 files will be affected   
   |      |            |   |   +-------> 1 file is deleted
   |      |            |   +-----------> 1 file is modified
   |      |            +---------------> 1 file is untracked
   |      +----------------------------> commit id
   +-----------------------------------> current branch

[development @ b09ab92a87d5 □:1 | 1 →1]
                                    |
                                    +--> this branch is ahead of 'origin/development'
                                         by 1 commit. you need to push it now! :)
□ : untracked
■ : added
◆ : modified
◇ : renamed
◌ : deleted
❖ : type changed

git prompt also shows how many commit you are ahead/behind against your tracking remote. If you are in a rebase/bare/conflict mode, git prompt shows it to you :)

${PROMPT_HG}

Mercurial version of ${PROMPT_GIT}. Example:

[default @ b63bcee9d5ee+:1+ □:1 ■:2 ◌:2]
    |      |             |  |   |   |
    |      |             |  |   |   +--> 1 file is removed/deleted
    |      |             |  |   +------> 1 file is added
    |      |             |  +----------> 1 file is untracked
    |      |             +-------------> local revision number
    |      +---------------------------> global revision id
    +----------------------------------> current branch
    
□ : untracked
■ : added
◆ : modified
◌ : deleted        

Color variables for ${PROMPT_GIT} and ${PROMPT_HG} are same:

  • DFF_REVCONTROL_BRANCH_COLOR
  • DFF_REVCONTROL_AT_SIGN_COLOR
  • DFF_REVCONTROL_COMMIT_ID_COLOR
  • DFF_REVCONTROL_UNTRACKED_COLOR
  • DFF_REVCONTROL_ADDED_COLOR
  • DFF_REVCONTROL_MODIFIED_COLOR
  • DFF_REVCONTROL_RENAMED_COLOR
  • DFF_REVCONTROL_DELETED_COLOR
  • DFF_REVCONTROL_TYPECHANGED_COLOR
  • DFF_REVCONTROL_OVERALL_COLOR
  • DFF_REVCONTROL_VERTICAL_PIPE_COLOR
  • DFF_REVCONTROL_GIT_BRANCH_AHEAD_COLOR
  • DFF_REVCONTROL_GIT_BRANCH_BEHIND_COLOR

${PROMPT_RBENV}

Shows current Ruby version if you are using rbenv. Color variable is DFF_RBENV_PROMPT_COLOR.

[◆ 2.3.3] # Ruby version 2.3.3 is active!

${PROMPT_PYENV}

Shows current Python and Django versions if you are using pyenv or any existing python binary. Color variables are: DFF_PYTHON_PROMPT_COLOR and DFF_DJANGO_PROMPT_COLOR.

[¶ 2.7.12][❡ 1.10.1] # Python 2.7.12 is active!
                     # Django 1.10.1 is active!

${PROMPT_VIRTUALENV}

Shows current virtualenv information if you are using virtualenv. This would be kool if you set this: export VIRTUAL_ENV_DISABLE_PROMPT=1 somewhere in your private/ area...Color variable is DFF_VIRTUALENV_PROMPT_COLOR.

[⚑ my_awesome_env] # :)

${PROMPT_BASH_INFO}

Shows current bash version. Color variable is DFF_BASH_INFO_PROMPT_COLOR.

[4.4.5(1)-release] # I need to see this sometimes!

${PROMPT_LIST_IPS}

Shows current available local ip list. Color variables are DFF_IPLIST_PROMPT_IFACE_COLOR and DFF_IPLIST_PROMPT_IPADDR_COLOR.

[en0:192.168.2.205,vboxnet0:192.168.33.1]
# name of interface: IP

${PROMPT_DATABASE_STATUS}

OSX only, shows if MySQL or PostgreSQL or Redis server is running. Color variables are:

  • DFF_DB_MYSQL_PROMPT_COLOR

  • DFF_DB_POSTGRESQL_PROMPT_COLOR

  • DFF_DB_REDIS_PROMPT_COLOR

    [MySQL][PG][REDIS] # Helps you to remember is server is on/off

${PROMPT_HORIZONTAL_LINE}

Draws dashed line along the terminal width. This separates commands. Color variable is DFF_HORIZONTAL_LINE_PROMPT_COLOR.

PS1_BASIC

Default PS1 is PS1_BASIC.

# for OSX
PS1_BASIC="${PROMPT_MEMORY}${PROMPT_BATTERY}
${PROMPT_USER_AND_HOSTNAME}
${PROMPT_GIT}${PROMPT_HG}
$ "

# for UBUNTU
PS1_BASIC="${PROMPT_USER_AND_HOSTNAME}
${PROMPT_GIT}${PROMPT_HG}
> "

# for GENTOO
PS1_BASIC="${PROMPT_USER_AND_HOSTNAME}
${PROMPT_GIT}${PROMPT_HG}
> "

PS1_ADVANCED

This includes almost everything :)

# for OSX
PS1_ADVANCED="${PROMPT_HORIZONTAL_LINE}
${PROMPT_BASH_INFO}${PROMPT_MEMORY}${PROMPT_BATTERY}${PROMPT_LIST_IPS}
${PROMPT_USER_AND_HOSTNAME}
${PROMPT_DATABASE_STATUS}${PROMPT_VIRTUALENV}${PROMPT_RBENV}${PROMPT_PYENV}${PROMPT_GIT}${PROMPT_HG}
$ "

# for UBUNTU
PS1_ADVANCED="${PROMPT_HORIZONTAL_LINE}
${PROMPT_BASH_INFO}${PROMPT_LIST_IPS}
${PROMPT_USER_AND_HOSTNAME}
${PROMPT_VIRTUALENV}${PROMPT_RBENV}${PROMPT_PYENV}${PROMPT_GIT}${PROMPT_HG}
> "

# for GENTOO
PS1_ADVANCED="${PROMPT_HORIZONTAL_LINE}
${PROMPT_BASH_INFO}${PROMPT_LIST_IPS}
${PROMPT_USER_AND_HOSTNAME}
${PROMPT_VIRTUALENV}${PROMPT_RBENV}${PROMPT_PYENV}${PROMPT_GIT}${PROMPT_HG}
> "

Again, customize yours, create a file, such as my_ps1 and put it under private/:

export PS1="${PROMPT_USER_AND_HOSTNAME}
$ "

or;

PROMPT_USER_AND_HOSTNAME="${DFF_USER_HOSTNAME_USER_PROMPT_COLOR}\u${COLOR_OFF} roxxx at ${DFF_USER_HOSTNAME_HOSTNAME_PROMPT_COLOR}\H${COLOR_OFF} in ${DFF_USER_HOSTNAME_CWD_PROMPT_COLOR}\w${COLOR_OFF}"
PS1_MY_ADVANCED="${PROMPT_HORIZONTAL_LINE}
${PROMPT_BASH_INFO}${PROMPT_MEMORY}${PROMPT_BATTERY}${PROMPT_LIST_IPS}
${PROMPT_USER_AND_HOSTNAME}
${PROMPT_DATABASE_STATUS}${PROMPT_VIRTUALENV}${PROMPT_RBENV}${PROMPT_PYENV}${PROMPT_GIT}${PROMPT_HG}
x "
export PS1=$PS1_MY_ADVANCED

Thats it!

Other Features

less and man pages coloring

Check the file startup_sequence/common/less_colors:

export LESS_TERMCAP_md="${yellow}${bold}"         # bold text
export LESS_TERMCAP_us="${green}${underline}"     # start underline
export LESS_TERMCAP_so="${white_on_blue}"         # start standout (reverse video)

export LESS_TERMCAP_me="${COLOR_OFF}"             # turn off bold, blink and underline
export LESS_TERMCAP_se="${COLOR_OFF}"             # stop standout
export LESS_TERMCAP_ue="${COLOR_OFF}"             # stop underline

Color values such as ${yellow}, ${green} they all are coming from PS1 color setup. You can customize it easily. All you need is to set LESS_TERMCAP_XX variable. XX can be md, us etc... More details can be found here

Use defaults or add yours under private/my_less_colors.

HISTTIMEFORMAT

You can customize how your history will look :) Default is:

export HISTTIMEFORMAT="[${green}%A at ${white}${underline}%T${COLOR_OFF}]: "
# [Tuesday at 23:32:10]: cd Dotfiles/
#  |          |
#  +-> green  |
#             +-> white + underlined

History uses strftime, you can check options via man 3 strftime. Keep this in mind, always use styling variables after color definition:

# example
${blue}${bold}
${green}${link}

This also applies PS1 Coloring too...


Change Log

2017-03-11

  • man pages now have colors!

2017-03-08

  • Removed tput usage. This was affecting ssh/scp output.
  • Added color and history configuration description

2017-02-01

  • Uninstall script added.

2017-01-26

  • rm, mv, cp aliases now include -i flag.

2017-01-11

  • Added: Color configuration support.
  • Tuned: git_prompt and hg_prompt.

2017-01-08

  • First release!
  • ls fix for Linux (export LC_COLLATE="C")

2017-01-06

  • Initial commit

Contributer(s)


Contribute

All PR’s are welcome!

  1. fork (https://github.com/vigo/dotfiles-fever/fork)
  2. Create your branch (git checkout -b my-features)
  3. commit yours (git commit -am 'added killer options')
  4. push your branch (git push origin my-features)
  5. Than create a new Pull Request!

License

This project is licensed under MIT


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