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commit 00a0a7d45b47d553a6746ba0a37cb45238576664
parent dda2c6059bd8476c43776fa1c05eab613d640bcb
Author: Luke Smith <luke@lukesmith.xyz>
Date:   Mon, 20 May 2019 15:17:19 -0400

junk removal

Diffstat:
M.config/ncmpcpp/bindings | 145-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
M.config/ncmpcpp/config | 8--------
D.local/bin/getbib | 14--------------
3 files changed, 0 insertions(+), 167 deletions(-)

diff --git a/.config/ncmpcpp/bindings b/.config/ncmpcpp/bindings @@ -3,151 +3,6 @@ ## ~/.ncmpcpp/bindings or $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/ncmpcpp/bindings ## ## and set up your preferences ## ############################################################## -## -##### General rules ##### -## -## 1) Because each action has runtime checks whether it's -## ok to run it, a few actions can be bound to one key. -## Actions will be bound in order given in configuration -## file. When a key is pressed, first action in order -## will test itself whether it's possible to run it. If -## test succeeds, action is executed and other actions -## bound to this key are ignored. If it doesn't, next -## action in order tests itself etc. -## -## 2) It's possible to bind more that one action at once -## to a key. It can be done using the following syntax: -## -## def_key "key" -## action1 -## action2 -## ... -## -## This creates a chain of actions. When such chain is -## executed, each action in chain is run until the end of -## chain is reached or one of its actions fails to execute -## due to its requirements not being met. If multiple actions -## and/or chains are bound to the same key, they will be -## consecutively run until one of them gets fully executed. -## -## 3) When ncmpcpp starts, bindings configuration file is -## parsed and then ncmpcpp provides "missing pieces" -## of default keybindings. If you want to disable some -## bindings, there is a special action called 'dummy' -## for that purpose. Eg. if you want to disable ability -## to crop playlists, you need to put the following -## into configuration file: -## -## def_key "C" -## dummy -## -## After that ncmpcpp will not bind any default action -## to this key. -## -## 4) To let you write simple macros, the following special -## actions are provided: -## -## - push_character "character" - pushes given special -## character into input queue, so it will be immediately -## picked by ncmpcpp upon next call to readKey function. -## Accepted values: mouse, up, down, page_up, page_down, -## home, end, space, enter, insert, delete, left, right, -## tab, ctrl-a, ctrl-b, ..., ctrl-z, ctrl-[, ctrl-\\, -## ctrl-], ctrl-^, ctrl-_, f1, f2, ..., f12, backspace. -## In addition, most of these names can be prefixed with -## alt-/ctrl-/shift- to be recognized with the appropriate -## modifier key(s). -## -## - push_characters "string" - pushes given string into -## input queue. -## -## - require_runnable "action" - checks whether given action -## is runnable and fails if it isn't. This is especially -## useful when mixed with previous two functions. Consider -## the following macro definition: -## -## def_key "key" -## push_characters "custom_filter" -## apply_filter -## -## If apply_filter can't be currently run, we end up with -## sequence of characters in input queue which will be -## treated just as we typed them. This may lead to unexpected -## results (in this case 'c' will most likely clear current -## playlist, 'u' will trigger database update, 's' will stop -## playback etc.). To prevent such thing from happening, we -## need to change above definition to this one: -## -## def_key "key" -## require_runnable "apply_filter" -## push_characters "custom_filter" -## apply_filter -## -## Here, first we test whether apply_filter can be actually run -## before we stuff characters into input queue, so if condition -## is not met, whole chain is aborted and we're fine. -## -## - require_screen "screen" - checks whether given screen is -## currently active. accepted values: browser, clock, help, -## media_library, outputs, playlist, playlist_editor, -## search_engine, tag_editor, visualizer, last_fm, lyrics, -## selected_items_adder, server_info, song_info, -## sort_playlist_dialog, tiny_tag_editor. -## -## - run_external_command "command" - runs given command using -## system() function. -## -## 5) In addition to binding to a key, you can also bind actions -## or chains of actions to a command. If it comes to commands, -## syntax is very similar to defining keys. Here goes example -## definition of a command: -## -## def_command "quit" [deferred] -## stop -## quit -## -## If you execute the above command (which can be done by -## invoking action execute_command, typing 'quit' and pressing -## enter), ncmpcpp will stop the player and then quit. Note the -## presence of word 'deferred' enclosed in square brackets. It -## tells ncmpcpp to wait for confirmation (ie. pressing enter) -## after you typed quit. Instead of 'deferred', 'immediate' -## could be used. Then ncmpcpp will not wait for confirmation -## (enter) and will execute the command the moment it sees it. -## -## Note: while command chains are executed, internal environment -## update (which includes current window refresh and mpd status -## update) is not performed for performance reasons. However, it -## may be desirable to do so in some situration. Therefore it's -## possible to invoke by hand by performing 'update enviroment' -## action. -## -## Note: There is a difference between: -## -## def_key "key" -## action1 -## -## def_key "key" -## action2 -## -## and -## -## def_key "key" -## action1 -## action2 -## -## First one binds two single actions to the same key whilst -## second one defines a chain of actions. The behavior of -## these two is different and is described in (1) and (2). -## -## Note: Function def_key accepts non-ascii characters. -## -##### List of unbound actions ##### -## -## The following actions are not bound to any key/command: -## -## - set_volume -## # #def_key "mouse" # mouse_event diff --git a/.config/ncmpcpp/config b/.config/ncmpcpp/config @@ -3,14 +3,6 @@ ## or $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/ncmpcpp/config and set up your preferences. ## ############################################################################## # -##### directories ###### -## -## Directory for storing ncmpcpp related files. Changing it is useful if you -## want to store everything somewhere else and provide command line setting for -## alternative location to config file which defines that while launching -## ncmpcpp. -## -# ncmpcpp_directory = ~/.config/ncmpcpp # ## diff --git a/.local/bin/getbib b/.local/bin/getbib @@ -1,14 +0,0 @@ -#!/bin/sh -[ -z "$1" ] && echo "Give either a pdf file or a DOI as an argument." && exit - -if [ -f "$1" ]; then - # Try to get DOI from pdfinfo or pdftotext output. - doi=$(pdfinfo "$1" | grep -io "doi:.*") || - doi=$(pdftotext "$1" 2>/dev/null - | grep -io "doi:.*" -m 1) || - exit 1 -else - doi="$1" -fi - -# Check crossref.org for the bib citation. -curl -s "http://api.crossref.org/works/$doi/transform/application/x-bibtex" -w "\\n"