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commit b5925045a3463c65320d3ae409442fb81d2db324
parent 6be2ff7ef450aa28f43fb86a6ad6b229aa1fe910
Author: Luke Smith <luke@lukesmith.xyz>
Date:   Thu,  6 Jun 2019 20:44:39 -0400

dwmbar fixes and cleanup

Diffstat:
M.local/bin/dwmbar | 56+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++-------------------------
1 file changed, 31 insertions(+), 25 deletions(-)

diff --git a/.local/bin/dwmbar b/.local/bin/dwmbar @@ -1,6 +1,10 @@ #!/bin/sh -# This script sets the statusbar with the xsetroot command at the end. +# This script sets the statusbar with the xsetroot command at the end. Have it +# started by ~/.xinitrc or ~/.xprofile. + +# Set the deliminter character. +delim="|" # testweather checks to see if the most recent forecast is up to date. If it # isn't, it downloads a new weather forecast, then signals to update the @@ -15,59 +19,61 @@ testweather() { \ # Here is the (big) function that outputs the appearance of the statusbar. It # can really be broken down into many submodules which I've commented and -# explained. Note that I use printf "%s" to format everything without line -# breaks. I try to put | as delimiters between modules. +# explained. status() { \ # Get current mpd track filename or artist - title if possible. - printf "%s" "$(mpc -f "[[%artist% - ]%title%]|[%file%]" 2>/dev/null | grep -v "volume:" | head -n 1)" + mpc -f "[[%artist% - ]%title%]|[%file%]" 2>/dev/null | grep -v "volume:" | head -n 1 && echo "$delim" # If the weather report is current, show daily precipitation chance, # low and high. Don't even bother to understand this one unless you # have all day. Takes the weather report format from wttr.in and makes # it look like how I want it for the status bar. [ "$(stat -c %y "$HOME/.local/share/weatherreport" 2>/dev/null | cut -d' ' -f1)" = "$(date '+%Y-%m-%d')" ] && - printf "| %s" "$(sed '16q;d' "$HOME/.local/share/weatherreport" | grep -wo "[0-9]*%" | sort -n | sed -e '$!d' | sed -e "s/^/ /g" | tr -d '\n')" && - sed '13q;d' "$HOME/.local/share/weatherreport" | grep -o "m\\(-\\)*[0-9]\\+" | sort -n -t 'm' -k 2n | sed -e 1b -e '$!d' | tr '\n|m' ' ' | awk '{print " ",$1 "°","",$2 "° |"}' - - # The newsboat module is noticeably slower than all others. - # Especially if you don't use newsboat, you will want to comment it out. - # printf ":%s |" "$(newsboat -x print-unread | cut -d' ' -f1)" + sed '16q;d' "$HOME/.local/share/weatherreport" | grep -wo "[0-9]*%" | sort -n | sed -e '$!d' | sed -e "s/^/ /g" | tr -d '\n' && + sed '13q;d' "$HOME/.local/share/weatherreport" | grep -o "m\\(-\\)*[0-9]\\+" | sort -n -t 'm' -k 2n | sed -e 1b -e '$!d' | tr '\n|m' ' ' | awk '{print " ",$1 "°","",$2 "°"}' && + echo "$delim" # Get the volume of ALSA's master volume output. Show an icon if or # not muted. - printf "%s |" "$(amixer get Master | grep -o "[0-9]*%\|\[on\]\|\[off\]" | sed "s/\[on\]//;s/\[off\]//")" + amixer get Master | grep -o "[0-9]*%\|\[on\]\|\[off\]" | sed "s/\[on\]//;s/\[off\]//" + + echo "$delim" # Wifi quality percentage and  icon if ethernet is connected. - printf " %s%s " \ - "$(grep "^\s*w" /proc/net/wireless | awk '{ print "", int($3 * 100 / 70) "%" }')" \ - "$(sed "s/down//;s/up/ /" /sys/class/net/e*/operstate)" + grep "^\s*w" /proc/net/wireless | awk '{ print "", int($3 * 100 / 70) "%" }' + sed "s/down//;s/up//" /sys/class/net/e*/operstate # Show unread mail if mutt-wizard is installed. command -v mw >/dev/null 2>&1 && - printf "| :%s | " "$(du -a ~/.local/share/mail/*/INBOX/new/* 2>/dev/null | wc -l)" + echo "$delim" && + du -a ~/.local/share/mail/*/INBOX/new/* 2>/dev/null | wc -l | sed 's/^/:/' + echo "$delim" # Will show all batteries with approximate icon for remaining power. for x in /sys/class/power_supply/BAT?/capacity; do case "$(cat $x)" in - 100|9[0-9]) printf "" ;; - 8[0-9]|7[0-9]) printf "" ;; - 6[0-9]|5[0-9]) printf "" ;; - 4[0-9]|3[0-9]) printf "" ;; - *) printf "" ;; - esac; printf " " - done + 100|9[0-9]) echo "" ;; + 8[0-9]|7[0-9]) echo "" ;; + 6[0-9]|5[0-9]) echo "" ;; + 4[0-9]|3[0-9]) echo "" ;; + *) echo "" ;; + esac + done && echo "$delim" # Date and time. - printf "| %s" "$(date '+%Y %b %d (%a) %I:%M%p')" + date '+%Y %b %d (%a) %I:%M%p' } while :; do # So all that big status function was just a command that quicking gets # what we want to be the statusbar. This xsetroot command is what sets - # it. - xsetroot -name "$(status)" + # it. Note that the tr command replaces newlines with spaces. This is + # to prevent some weird issues that cause significant slowing of + # everything in dwm. Note entirely sure of the cause, but again, the tr + # command easily avoids it. + xsetroot -name "$(status | tr '\n' ' ')" # Check to see if new weather report is needed. testweather &