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commit 7edc71556dc6d60116a8e255590c0e70a75e39a9
parent 0339e626c2f2b750eb105fd816b8cf52757decca
Author: Luke Smith <luke@lukesmith.xyz>
Date:   Mon, 26 Nov 2018 14:17:18 -0500

prep for icon repo

Diffstat:
M.profile | 6++++++
A.scripts/cron/checkup | 22++++++++++++++++++++++
M.scripts/cron/crontog | 2+-
M.scripts/cron/newsup | 4++++
D.scripts/pix/lock.png | 0
M.scripts/tools/note | 11++++++-----
M.scripts/tools/transadd | 4++--
7 files changed, 41 insertions(+), 8 deletions(-)

diff --git a/.profile b/.profile @@ -2,14 +2,20 @@ # Profile file. Runs on login. +# variables and default programs: +# Adds `~/.scripts` and all subdirectories to $PATH export PATH="$(du $HOME/.scripts/ | cut -f2 | tr '\n' ':')$PATH" export EDITOR="vim" export TERMINAL="st" +# Link handler is set as the $BROWSER for use with urlscan. +# Set your real browser in $TRUEBROWSER. export BROWSER="linkhandler" export TRUEBROWSER="firefox" export READER="zathura" export BIB="$HOME/Documents/LaTeX/uni.bib" export REFER="$HOME/.referbib" +# PIX is here I have LARBS keep icons. Subject to change, hence a variable. +export PIX="$HOME/.scripts/pix" [ ! -f ~/.shortcuts ] && shortcuts >/dev/null 2>&1 diff --git a/.scripts/cron/checkup b/.scripts/cron/checkup @@ -0,0 +1,22 @@ +#!/bin/sh +# Syncs repositories and downloads updates, meant to be run as a cronjob. +# For notifications, must export DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS. +# See my cronjob below and mimic it: +# +# 9 12 * * * eval "export DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS=unix:path=/run/user/1000/bus"; /home/luke/.scripts/cron/checkup + +ping -q -w 1 -c 1 `ip r | grep -m 1 default | cut -d ' ' -f 3` >/dev/null || exit + +note "Checking for pacakge updates..." "$PIX/larbs.gif" + +sudo pacman -Syyuw --noconfirm || note "Error downloading updates. + +Check your internet connection, if pacman is already running, or run update manually to see errors." +pkill -RTMIN+8 i3blocks + +if pacman -Qul +then + note "Package updates available. Click statusbar icon for update." "$PIX/larbs.gif" +else + note "Repository sync complete. No new packages for update." "$PIX/larbs.gif" +fi diff --git a/.scripts/cron/crontog b/.scripts/cron/crontog @@ -2,4 +2,4 @@ # Toggles all cronjobs off/on. # Stores disabled crontabs in ~/.consaved until restored. -([ -f ~/.cronsaved ] && crontab - < ~/.cronsaved && rm ~/.cronsaved && notify-send "Cronjobs have been re-enabled." && echo cronjobs re-enabled.) || ( crontab -l > ~/.cronsaved && crontab -r && echo cronjobs saved and disabled.;notify-send "Cronjobs have been saved and disabled.") +([ -f ~/.cronsaved ] && crontab - < ~/.cronsaved && rm ~/.cronsaved && note "Cronjobs re-enabled." "$PIX/clock.gif" ) || ( crontab -l > ~/.cronsaved && crontab -r && note "Cronjobs saved and disabled." "$PIX/clock.gif") diff --git a/.scripts/cron/newsup b/.scripts/cron/newsup @@ -6,9 +6,13 @@ ping -q -t 1 -c 1 `ip r | grep -m 1 default | cut -d ' ' -f 3` >/dev/null || exit +note "Updating RSS feeds..." "$PIX/rss.gif" + echo 🔃 > ~/.config/newsboat/.update pkill -RTMIN+6 i3blocks /usr/bin/newsboat -x reload rm -f ~/.config/newsboat/.update pkill -RTMIN+6 i3blocks + +note "RSS feed update complete." "$PIX/rss.gif" diff --git a/.scripts/pix/lock.png b/.scripts/pix/lock.png Binary files differ. diff --git a/.scripts/tools/note b/.scripts/tools/note @@ -1,7 +1,8 @@ #!/bin/sh +# This is a general notification command for my own ease. +# $1 should be a message +# $2 is an optional image for notify-send +# Echos content on terminal and if dunst is running, shows notification. -# A super basic command. Give it some arguments to use as anotification. It -# will echo them on the terminal, and if you have `dunst` running, will send a -# `notify-send` message to it. - -echo "$@" && pgrep -x dunst >/dev/null && notify-send "$@" +[ -z "$2" ] || img="-i $2" +echo "$1" && pgrep -x dunst >/dev/null && notify-send $img "$1" diff --git a/.scripts/tools/transadd b/.scripts/tools/transadd @@ -7,6 +7,6 @@ # transmission-daemon sometimes fails to take remote requests in its first # moments. -pgrep -x transmission-da || (transmission-daemon && note "Starting daemon..." && sleep 3 && pkill -RTMIN+7 i3blocks) +pgrep -x transmission-da || (transmission-daemon && note "Starting daemon..." "$PIX/dl.png" && sleep 3 && pkill -RTMIN+7 i3blocks) -transmission-remote -a "$@" && note "Torrent added." +transmission-remote -a "$@" && note "Torrent added." "$PIX/dl.png"