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PostPosted: Sun Jun 27, 2004 3:36 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I changed the characters, took the case statement out, and it worked. The only weird thing was "transpose words" . It messed everything else up so I just deleted that. I never use it anyway. FYI my keys were ^[[1, ^[[2, etc.
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 27, 2004 11:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dolio wrote:
For red:

RPROMPT="[%{$fg_bold[red]%}%T%{$reset_color%}]"



I tried this and I get this error:

Code:
 preexec:1: bad math expression: operand expected at `%{^[[0;31m%...'
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 27, 2004 6:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I've been a zsh lover and user for quite while now. I started using zsh on OS X, and now, after reading this thread, I changed my default shell in gentoo as well. One question though: is it possible to have zsh display the prompt in a different color when I su to become root? I tried this in my .zshrc:
Code:
if [ `/usr/bin/whoami` = 'root' ]
then
export PS1="%t:%{${fg_bold[red]}%n%}@%{${fg_bold[blue]}%}%m:  %~ %{${fg[white]}%}%# "
else
export PS1="%t:%{${fg_bold[green]}%n%}@%{${fg_bold[blue]}%}%m: %~ %{${fg[white]}%}%# "
fi

It works when I issue
Code:
source .zshrc

after becoming root, but how can I make it happen automagically?
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 27, 2004 6:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

copy the .zshrc to /root
if that doesn't work, then try doing
alias su="su --login"
so it would load it
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 27, 2004 8:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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copy the .zshrc to /root

Great, that worked! Thanks a lot!
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 29, 2004 3:19 pm    Post subject: Re: awsom! Reply with quote

laz-e-coyote wrote:
Zsh is amazing, the autocomplete is absolutely incredible
and a smart autocomplete, if i do "cd<tab>" it will only show me directories (or symlinks to directories)

Bash does this too, just add

complete -d cd

to your .bashrc.

Anyway, I'm playing around with ZSH for month now, I guess I'll switch over sometime completely...
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 03, 2004 4:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I am trying to bind ctrl-del, but whenever I press it '^' gets printed. How do I fix that?
Code:
bindkey '\e[3^'    delete-word


I also cannot get shift-tab working
Code:
bindkey '\e[0Z' reverse-menu-complete
Any Ideas?
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 04, 2004 11:45 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

About the menu selection, is it possible to bypass the initial list, and jump straight into menuselection? Thus stoping it from ever doing this
Code:
zsh: do you wish to see all 704 possibilities (353 lines)?

Edit: Er.. looks like "setopt NO_AUTO_LIST" does that :oops:
Also, can you get it not to insert the text in the menuselection until i press enter? Thus if I typed
Code:
/bin/z<tab><tab><tab>
it would still say
Code:
/bin/z


alyent wrote:
I am trying to bind ctrl-del, but whenever I press it '^' gets printed. How do I fix that?
Code:
bindkey '\e[3^'    delete-word


I also cannot get shift-tab working
Code:
bindkey '\e[0Z' reverse-menu-complete
Any Ideas?

Check exactly what the key is bound to for you using <ctrl>v, and use that. eg.
<ctrl>v<shift><tab> gives me '^[[Z'
<ctrl>v<shift><delete> gives me '^[[3;2~'
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 18, 2004 8:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm having problems with wildard matching in certain circumstances. For example, if I use a wild card with scp it will error out without even attempting a connection:
Code:
(root):(copperhead)# scp home:~allucid/tmp/*.conf .                    (Sun,18)
zsh: no matches found: home:~allucid/tmp/*.conf


here's the relevant part of my zhsrc:
Code:
set -o noclobber

## history settings ##
HISTFILE=~/.history_zsh
HISTSIZE=3000
SAVEHIST=3000

## Fancypants completion ##
autoload -U compinit
compinit

# completion for "man" by Gossamer <gossamer@tertius.net.au> 980827
# This is damn funky. I'm going to do something similar for pinfo,
# hopefully.
compctl -f -x 'S[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9]' -k '(1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9)' \
  - 'R[[1-9nlo]|[1-9](|[a-z]),^*]' -K 'match-man' \
  - 's[-M],c[-1,-M]' -g '*(-/)' \
  - 's[-P],c[-1,-P]' -c \
  - 's[-S],s[-1,-S]' -k '( )' \
  - 's[-]' -k '(a d f h k t M P)' \
  - 'p[1,-1]' -c + -K 'match-man' \
  -- man

# Completition
compctl -b bindkey
compctl -v export
compctl -o setopt
compctl -v unset
compctl -o unsetopt
compctl -v vared
compctl -c which
compctl -c sudo

## set home, end, and delete (these may differ depeding on your system) ##
bindkey "\e[2~" transpose-words
bindkey "\e[3~" delete-char
case $HOSTNAME in (blackmamba)
bindkey "\e[7~" beginning-of-line
bindkey "\e[8~" end-of-line
esac
case $HOSTNAME in (copperhead)
bindkey "\e[1~" beginning-of-line
bindkey "\e[4~" end-of-line
esac

## copy/paste from X clipboard function ##
copy-to-clipboard ()
{
  if [ -n "$LBUFFER$RBUFFER" ]; then
    echo $LBUFFER$RBUFFER | xclip -i
  fi
}

paste-from-clipboard ()
{
  CLIPOUT=`xclip -o`
  BUFFER=$LBUFFER$CLIPOUT$RBUFFER
}

zle -N paste-from-clipboard paste-from-clipboard
zle -N copy-to-clipboard copy-to-clipboard
bindkey "^V" paste-from-clipboard
bindkey "^X" copy-to-clipboard

## use colordiff for cvs ##
function cvsdiff () { cvs diff $@ | colordiff |less -R; }
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 18, 2004 10:05 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I installed zsh yesterday and I'm loving it.. I just love the tab completion that is way more advanced than in bash. And the prompt is cool too :D
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 18, 2004 10:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

[quote="allucid"]I'm having problems with wildard matching in certain circumstances. For example, if I use a wild card with scp it will error out without even attempting a connection:
Code:
(root):(copperhead)# scp home:~allucid/tmp/*.conf .                    (Sun,18)
zsh: no matches found: home:~allucid/tmp/*.conf


Try:
Code:
# scp 'home:~allucid/tmp/*.conf' .
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 18, 2004 11:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I like it. Really!
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 18, 2004 8:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

RaaR wrote:
allucid wrote:
I'm having problems with wildard matching in certain circumstances. For example, if I use a wild card with scp it will error out without even attempting a connection:
Code:
(root):(copperhead)# scp home:~allucid/tmp/*.conf .                    (Sun,18)
zsh: no matches found: home:~allucid/tmp/*.conf

Try:
Code:
# scp 'home:~allucid/tmp/*.conf' .


That's more of a workaround then a fix. Can I get it to work the other way like it worked in bash?
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 18, 2004 9:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

allucid wrote:
RaaR wrote:
allucid wrote:
I'm having problems with wildard matching in certain circumstances. For example, if I use a wild card with scp it will error out without even attempting a connection:
Code:
(root):(copperhead)# scp home:~allucid/tmp/*.conf .                    (Sun,18)
zsh: no matches found: home:~allucid/tmp/*.conf

Try:
Code:
# scp 'home:~allucid/tmp/*.conf' .


That's more of a workaround then a fix. Can I get it to work the other way like it worked in bash?


What you're seeing is globbing.

To not have that happening again you need to edit /etc/zsh/zshrc, ~/.zshrc or wherever you define your zsh options and make sure your setopt line has the options noglob and noextendedglob.

Here's mine:
Code:
# grep setopt /etc/zsh/zshrc
setopt autocd autopushd multios histfindnodups histexpiredupsfirst sharehistory correct
setopt nobeep pushdignoredups noglob noextendedglob noclobber noautomenu mailwarning extendedhistory
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 18, 2004 10:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I used zsh for a long time back when bash didn't have programmable completetion. Well, it does now, and it's almost as advanced as zsh's. Zsh does have other advantages however: a lot of it's syntax is a lot simplier than bash's. For example, to unzip some files, you can just do for x in *.zip; unzip $x. (if I recall right)
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 18, 2004 11:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

RaaR wrote:
What you're seeing is globbing.

To not have that happening again you need to edit /etc/zsh/zshrc, ~/.zshrc or wherever you define your zsh options and make sure your setopt line has the options noglob and noextendedglob.

Here's mine:
Code:
# grep setopt /etc/zsh/zshrc
setopt autocd autopushd multios histfindnodups histexpiredupsfirst sharehistory correct
setopt nobeep pushdignoredups noglob noextendedglob noclobber noautomenu mailwarning extendedhistory

Can I set it to always glob except on remote hosts?
I want all of these to work:

1)
Code:
$ scp home:~/tmp/*.txt .

2)
Code:
$ scp *.txt home:~/tmp/

3)
Code:
$rm *.txt


with glob set, #1 fails, #2 and #3 work
with noglob set, #1 works, #2 and #3 fail.
I could set alias scp='noglob scp' but then #2 fails
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 19, 2004 8:41 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Since you want some scp commands to glob and others not to, I guess you'll have to go with my first option, use the quotes to prevent globbing.

I've gotten so used to the quotes I even use them when they're not needed.
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 19, 2004 6:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

RaaR wrote:
Since you want some scp commands to glob and others not to, I guess you'll have to go with my first option, use the quotes to prevent globbing.

I've gotten so used to the quotes I even use them when they're not needed.

I actually want them both to glob but zsh tries to glob remote directories on my local machine. Anyways, I guess that will have to do for now. I might look into functions later to see if I can write a function to handle it.

Thanks everyone for the help.
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 20, 2004 4:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

good god, this shell rules. i especially love the 2 line prompt with the infobar on top!
2 problems, though:
1. when logging in, zsh comes up just fine.
but when i open a new aterm in X, it still comes up with bash. what do i have to change?
2. i'm using raoul's zshrc (thanks man), and i went through it and removed all of the stuff i could see i didn't need (like his cvs- and ssh-aliases), but i still have a little problem with the colors of the prompt, and it looks pretty complicated how to figure out (also because i don't want to put in or remove anything that would mess up raoul's presets); anyway:
right now i have +$USERNAME@$HOST$LOCATION, and it's all bold, and white, like so:
+kamagurka@kumquad~/data3 (only black=white)
what i want is
kamagurka:~/data3 (black still = white)
(i don't need the hostname as i only have one machine here)
the username color should also switch to red when su'ing.

now, i realize i shouldn't be troubling you like this, but the prompt part of my zshrc looks *really* complicated, and i don't know what i can leave out, what i sould modify and what i better leave alone...
if one of you gurus could tell me that, i'd be really grateful (i have a one-computer, one-user setup. no fancy stuff like "figuring out on which machine i am" is needed).

here is the prompt part of raoul's really nice zshrc:
Code:
## prompt
precmd () {
  local TERMWIDTH
  (( TERMWIDTH = ${COLUMNS} - 1 ))

  PR_FILLBAR=""
  PR_PWDLEN=""

  local promptsize=${#${(%):---(+%n@%m)---(%D{%H:%M})---}}
  local pwdsize=${#${(%):-%~}}

  if [[ "$promptsize + $pwdsize" -gt $TERMWIDTH ]]; then
    ((PR_PWDLEN=$TERMWIDTH - $promptsize))
  else
    PR_FILLBAR="\${(l.(($TERMWIDTH - ($promptsize + $pwdsize)))..${PR_HBAR}.)}"
  fi
  # print dir name in term title
  case $TERM in
    xterm*|rxvt|Eterm|Aterm)
    print -Pn "\e]0;%n@%m: %~\a"
    ;;
  esac
}

setprompt () {

  setopt prompt_subst

  autoload colors
  colors
  for color in BLACK RED GREEN YELLOW BLUE MAGENTA CYAN WHITE; do
    eval $color='%{$termcap[md]$fg[${(L)color}]%}'
    eval LIGHT_$color='%{$fg[${(L)color}]%}'
    (( count = $count + 1 ))
  done
  DEF="%{$termcap[me]%}"

  typeset -A altchar
  set -A altchar ${(s..)termcap[ac]}
  PR_SET_CHARSET="%{$termcap[eA]%}"
  PR_SHIFT_IN="%{$termcap[as]%}"
  PR_SHIFT_OUT="%{$termcap[ae]%}"
  PR_HBAR=${altchar[q]:--}
  PR_ULCORNER=${altchar[l]:--}
  PR_LLCORNER=${altchar[m]:--}
  PR_LRCORNER=${altchar[j]:--}
  PR_URCORNER=${altchar[k]:--}

  if [[ $LOCATION = HOME_LAPTOP ]]; then MCOLOR=$YELLOW
  elif [[ $LOCATION = HOME_MAIN ]]; then MCOLOR=$CYAN
  elif [[ $LOCATION = HOME_GATE ]]; then MCOLOR=$RED
  elif [[ $LOCATION = KB_NETBSD ]]; then MCOLOR=$GREEN
  elif [[ $LOCATION = KB_ALPHA ]]; then MCOLOR=$BLACK
  elif [[ $LOCATION = KB_SUN ]]; then MCOLOR=$MAGENTA
  else MCOLOR=$WHITE
  fi

  PROMPT='$PR_SET_CHARSET\
$BLACK$PR_SHIFT_IN$PR_ULCORNER$BLUE$PR_HBAR$PR_SHIFT_OUT(\
$MCOLOR+$WHITE%n$MCOLOR@$WHITE%m$MCOLOR%$PR_PWDLEN<...<%~%<<\
$BLUE)$PR_SHIFT_IN$PR_HBAR$BLACK$PR_HBAR${(e)PR_FILLBAR}$PR_HBAR$BLUE$PR_HBAR$PR_SHIFT_OUT(\
$WHITE%D{%H:%M}\
$BLUE)$PR_SHIFT_IN$PR_HBAR$BLACK$PR_URCORNER$PR_SHIFT_OUT\

$PR_SHIFT_IN$PR_LLCORNER$BLUE$PR_HBAR$PR_SHIFT_OUT%(!.#.$)$DEF '

  RPROMPT=' $BLACK$PR_SHIFT_IN$PR_HBAR$BLUE$PR_HBAR$PR_SHIFT_OUT\
($MCOLOR%(?,$GREEN\\o/,$RED\\o_ $WHITE%139(?,Seg fault,\
%130(?,Interrupt,%138(?,Bus Error,%?)))$RED _o/)\
$BLUE)$PR_SHIFT_IN$PR_HBAR$BLACK$PR_LRCORNER$PR_SHIFT_OUT$DEF'

  SPROMPT='zsh: correct $MCOLOR%R$DEF to $MCOLOR%r$DEF%b ? ([${MCOLOR}Y$DEF]es/\
[${MCOLOR}N$DEF]o/[${MCOLOR}E$DEF]dit/[${MCOLOR}A$DEF]bort) '

  PS2='$BLACK$PR_SHIFT_IN$PR_HBAR$PR_SHIFT_OUT\
$BLUE$PR_SHIFT_IN$PR_HBAR$PR_SHIFT_OUT(\
$MCOLOR%_$BLUE)$PR_SHIFT_IN$PR_HBAR$PR_SHIFT_OUT\
$BLACK$PR_SHIFT_IN$PR_HBAR$PR_SHIFT_OUT$DEF '
}

LISTPROMPT=''

setprompt


thanks for pointing this bad boy out!
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 20, 2004 10:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I just started using this today - But I'm having a problem with the colors...

Whenever there are colors in the prompt, the completion scrwes up the width of the prompt...

For example...
Code:

legoguy@legobase / % cat <tab>

Then it gets all ugly...
Code:

legoguy@legobase / % cat bin/                  cat bin/
---- file
bin/      dev/      lib/      opt/      root/     shared/   tmp/      var/      winxp/
boot/     cvs/      etc/      home/     mnt/      proc/     sbin/     sys/      usr/     


Note the doubled cat /bin...

I try to remove this doubled thing, but can't delete past the second cat /bin, essentially making everything until the "c" in the second cat /bin part of the prompt...
I think it has something to do with some sort of problem with escaped chars...I'm researching it now...

Found it.
Whoever manages the "Gentoo" prompt theme for zsh:
You need to enclose colors in %{ <color> %}, not just ${ <color> }. I know that you do not use %{ %} because the problem I explained above happens with the Gentoo prompt...
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 21, 2004 12:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Another converted here 8) zsh is great!
Here a small tip for my brazillians friends that may have an ABNT-2 keyboard. For your home/end key work you can try this:
Code:

# Terms
if [[ $TERM == "rxvt" || $TERM == "Eterm" ]]
then
  bindkey "^[[7~" beginning-of-line     # Home
  bindkey "^[[8~" end-of-line           # End
# Console
else
  bindkey "^[[1~" beginning-of-line     # Home
  bindkey "^[[4~" end-of-line           # End
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 21, 2004 1:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

kamagurka wrote:

what i want is
kamagurka:~/data3 (black still = white)
(i don't need the hostname as i only have one machine here)
the username color should also switch to red when su'ing.


Here is all you need for the prompt you described (I included a bunch of colors you don't need just for reference). It's really not that hard, I don't know any shell programming and I can usually figure stuff out by looking at other people's examples. I am not sure if I got the bold right, I don't use bold on any terminals. You need to have this prompt set for your user and for root if you want the colors to change right (i think). I also added a little dollar sign/pound sign to the end of the promt. If you don't want it just remove $PRMT from the PROMPT= statement.
Code:
## Define some colors for easy use ##                                           
## Bold colors in caps...i think##                                             
local black=$'%{\e[0;30m%}'
local BLACK=$'%{\e[1;30m%}'
local red=$'%{\e[0;31m%}'
local RED=$'%{\e[1;31m%}'
local green=$'%{\e[0;32m%}'
local GREEN=$'%{\e[1;32m%}'
local yellow=$'%{\e[0;33m%}'
local YELLOW=$'%{\e[1;33m%}'
local blue=$'%{\e[0;34m%}'
local BLUE=$'%{\e[1;34m%}'
local purple=$'%{\e[0;35m%}'
local PURPLE=$'%{\e[1;35m%}'
local cyan=$'%{\e[0;36m%}'
local CYAN=$'%{\e[1;36m%}'
local WHITE=$'%{\e[1;37m%}'
local white=$'%{\e[0;37m%}'
local NC=$'%{\e[0m%}' # no color                                               


if [ `/usr/bin/whoami` = 'root' ] ; then
    local NAME=$GREEN'%n'$NC; local PRMT='$'
else
    local NAME=$RED'%n'$NC; local PRMT='#'
fi

PROMPT=$NAME$white':%~ '$GREEN$PRMT$NC' '
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 21, 2004 10:00 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

another ksh user, when you get used to it you can't live without it
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 24, 2004 9:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

allucid wrote:
RaaR wrote:
What you're seeing is globbing.

To not have that happening again you need to edit /etc/zsh/zshrc, ~/.zshrc or wherever you define your zsh options and make sure your setopt line has the options noglob and noextendedglob.

Here's mine:
Code:
# grep setopt /etc/zsh/zshrc
setopt autocd autopushd multios histfindnodups histexpiredupsfirst sharehistory correct
setopt nobeep pushdignoredups noglob noextendedglob noclobber noautomenu mailwarning extendedhistory

Can I set it to always glob except on remote hosts?
I want all of these to work:

1)
Code:
$ scp home:~/tmp/*.txt .

2)
Code:
$ scp *.txt home:~/tmp/

3)
Code:
$rm *.txt


with glob set, #1 fails, #2 and #3 work
with noglob set, #1 works, #2 and #3 fail.
I could set alias scp='noglob scp' but then #2 fails

I found out I can set 'setop nonomatch' to ignore glob errors from the mailing list.
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 24, 2004 12:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Great find alucid :) nonomatch also fixes my dislike of using quotes for emerging specific versions, i.e.
Code:
oberyno> emerge -p =nvidia-kernel-1.0.5336-r4                                 ~
zsh: nvidia-kernel-1.0.5336-r4 not found
oberyno> emerge -p "=nvidia-kernel-1.0.5336-r4"                               ~
                                               
These are the packages that I would merge, in order:

Calculating dependencies ...done!
[ebuild     UD] media-video/nvidia-kernel-1.0.5336-r4 [1.0.6106]
but with nonomatch
Code:
oberyno> emerge -p =nvidia-kernel-1.0.5336-r4                                 ~       
             
These are the packages that I would merge, in order:

Calculating dependencies ...done!
[ebuild     UD] media-video/nvidia-kernel-1.0.5336-r4 [1.0.6106]

Of course, zsh doesn't complete exact version emerges. I think I'll write a patch for that. Edit: The patch is done and on bugzilla. http://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=58198


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