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commit 6bd2e845be1f4efe089ec3f4d0fea82c93a515bb
parent a6c82c2148384296df1be6069f885c63e77ef111
Author: Luke Smith <luke@lukesmith.xyz>
Date:   Sat,  8 Feb 2020 09:43:28 -0500

use general scripts for statusbar

Diffstat:
MREADME.md | 4++++
Mblocks.h | 18+++++++++---------
2 files changed, 13 insertions(+), 9 deletions(-)

diff --git a/README.md b/README.md @@ -3,6 +3,10 @@ Modular status bar for dwm written in c. # modifying blocks The statusbar is made from text output from commandline programs. Blocks are added and removed by editing the blocks.h header file. +# Luke's bulid +I have dwmblocks read my preexisting scripts [here in my dotfiles repo](https://github.com/LukeSmithxyz/voidrice/tree/master/.local/bin/statusbar). +So if you want my build out of the box, download those and put them in your `$PATH`. +I do this to avoid redundancy in LARBS, both i3 and dwm use the same statusbar scripts. # signalling changes For example, the audio module has the update signal 10 by default. Thus, running `pkill -RTMIN+10 dwmblocks` will update it. diff --git a/blocks.h b/blocks.h @@ -2,15 +2,15 @@ static const Block blocks[] = { /*Icon*/ /*Command*/ /*Update Interval*/ /*Update Signal*/ /* {"", "cat /tmp/recordingicon", 0, 9}, */ - /* {"", "mpc status | grep -v ^volume | head -n 1", 0, 11}, */ - {"mail:", "find ~/.local/share/mail/*/INBOX/new -type f | wc -l", 0, 12}, - {"vol:", "amixer get Master | tail -n1 | sed -r 's/.*\\[(.*)%\\].*/\\1/'", 0, 10}, - {"bat:", "sed \"s/$/%/\" /sys/class/power_supply/BAT?/capacity", 5, 0}, - {"", "date '+%b %d (%a) %I:%M%p'", 60, 0}, - /* weather: 5 */ - /* news: 6 */ - /* torrent: 7 */ - /* packages: 8 */ + /* {"", "music", 0, 11}, */ + {"", "pacpackages", 0, 8}, + {"", "torrent", 20, 7}, + {"", "news", 0, 6}, + {"", "weather", 18000, 5}, + {"", "mailbox", 180, 12}, + {"", "volume", 0, 10}, + {"", "battery", 5, 0}, + {"", "clock", 60, 0}, }; //sets delimeter between status commands. NULL character ('\0') means no delimeter.