Add configs for yakuake and ranger

+ Alias for using Python 3.9 and pip3.9
+ Adjust step-in and step-out vim keybinds
remotes/origin/kubuntu
Shaun Reed 1 year ago
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# Aliases to use the correct python version
# + Because python doesn't know how to update.. :')
alias python3='python3.9'
alias pip3='python3.9 -m pip'
alias gitkapp='git config --global user.name "Shaun Reed" && git config --global user.email "shaunrd0@gmail.com"'
# Default .bashrc aliases stored here

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# This is a sample commands.py. You can add your own commands here.
#
# Please refer to commands_full.py for all the default commands and a complete
# documentation. Do NOT add them all here, or you may end up with defunct
# commands when upgrading ranger.
# A simple command for demonstration purposes follows.
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
from __future__ import (absolute_import, division, print_function)
# You can import any python module as needed.
import os
# You always need to import ranger.api.commands here to get the Command class:
from ranger.api.commands import Command
# Any class that is a subclass of "Command" will be integrated into ranger as a
# command. Try typing ":my_edit<ENTER>" in ranger!
class my_edit(Command):
# The so-called doc-string of the class will be visible in the built-in
# help that is accessible by typing "?c" inside ranger.
""":my_edit <filename>
A sample command for demonstration purposes that opens a file in an editor.
"""
# The execute method is called when you run this command in ranger.
def execute(self):
# self.arg(1) is the first (space-separated) argument to the function.
# This way you can write ":my_edit somefilename<ENTER>".
if self.arg(1):
# self.rest(1) contains self.arg(1) and everything that follows
target_filename = self.rest(1)
else:
# self.fm is a ranger.core.filemanager.FileManager object and gives
# you access to internals of ranger.
# self.fm.thisfile is a ranger.container.file.File object and is a
# reference to the currently selected file.
target_filename = self.fm.thisfile.path
# This is a generic function to print text in ranger.
self.fm.notify("Let's edit the file " + target_filename + "!")
# Using bad=True in fm.notify allows you to print error messages:
if not os.path.exists(target_filename):
self.fm.notify("The given file does not exist!", bad=True)
return
# This executes a function from ranger.core.acitons, a module with a
# variety of subroutines that can help you construct commands.
# Check out the source, or run "pydoc ranger.core.actions" for a list.
self.fm.edit_file(target_filename)
# The tab method is called when you press tab, and should return a list of
# suggestions that the user will tab through.
# tabnum is 1 for <TAB> and -1 for <S-TAB> by default
def tab(self, tabnum):
# This is a generic tab-completion function that iterates through the
# content of the current directory.
return self._tab_directory_content()

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#
# Please note that configuration files may change as ranger evolves.
# It's completely up to you to keep them up to date.
#
# To stop ranger from loading both the default and your custom rc.conf,
# please set the environment variable RANGER_LOAD_DEFAULT_RC to FALSE.
#
# ===================================================================
# This file contains the default startup commands for ranger.
# To change them, it is recommended to create either /etc/ranger/rc.conf
# (system-wide) or ~/.config/ranger/rc.conf (per user) and add your custom
# commands there.
#
# If you copy this whole file there, you may want to set the environment
# variable RANGER_LOAD_DEFAULT_RC to FALSE to avoid loading it twice.
#
# The purpose of this file is mainly to define keybindings and settings.
# For running more complex python code, please create a plugin in "plugins/" or
# a command in "commands.py".
#
# Each line is a command that will be run before the user interface
# is initialized. As a result, you can not use commands which rely
# on the UI such as :delete or :mark.
# ===================================================================
# ===================================================================
# == Options
# ===================================================================
# Which viewmode should be used? Possible values are:
# miller: Use miller columns which show multiple levels of the hierarchy
# multipane: Midnight-commander like multipane view showing all tabs next
# to each other
set viewmode miller
#set viewmode multipane
# How many columns are there, and what are their relative widths?
set column_ratios 1,3,4
# Which files should be hidden? (regular expression)
set hidden_filter ^\.|\.(?:pyc|pyo|bak|swp)$|^lost\+found$|^__(py)?cache__$
# Show hidden files? You can toggle this by typing 'zh'
set show_hidden false
# Ask for a confirmation when running the "delete" command?
# Valid values are "always", "never", "multiple" (default)
# With "multiple", ranger will ask only if you delete multiple files at once.
set confirm_on_delete multiple
# Use non-default path for file preview script?
# ranger ships with scope.sh, a script that calls external programs (see
# README.md for dependencies) to preview images, archives, etc.
#set preview_script ~/.config/ranger/scope.sh
# Use the external preview script or display simple plain text or image previews?
set use_preview_script true
# Automatically count files in the directory, even before entering them?
set automatically_count_files true
# Open all images in this directory when running certain image viewers
# like feh or sxiv? You can still open selected files by marking them.
set open_all_images true
# Be aware of version control systems and display information.
set vcs_aware false
# State of the four backends git, hg, bzr, svn. The possible states are
# disabled, local (only show local info), enabled (show local and remote
# information).
set vcs_backend_git enabled
set vcs_backend_hg disabled
set vcs_backend_bzr disabled
set vcs_backend_svn disabled
# Truncate the long commit messages to this length when shown in the statusbar.
set vcs_msg_length 50
# Use one of the supported image preview protocols
set preview_images false
# Set the preview image method. Supported methods:
#
# * w3m (default):
# Preview images in full color with the external command "w3mimgpreview"?
# This requires the console web browser "w3m" and a supported terminal.
# It has been successfully tested with "xterm" and "urxvt" without tmux.
#
# * iterm2:
# Preview images in full color using iTerm2 image previews
# (http://iterm2.com/images.html). This requires using iTerm2 compiled
# with image preview support.
#
# This feature relies on the dimensions of the terminal's font. By default, a
# width of 8 and height of 11 are used. To use other values, set the options
# iterm2_font_width and iterm2_font_height to the desired values.
#
# * terminology:
# Previews images in full color in the terminology terminal emulator.
# Supports a wide variety of formats, even vector graphics like svg.
#
# * urxvt:
# Preview images in full color using urxvt image backgrounds. This
# requires using urxvt compiled with pixbuf support.
#
# * urxvt-full:
# The same as urxvt but utilizing not only the preview pane but the
# whole terminal window.
#
# * kitty:
# Preview images in full color using kitty image protocol.
# Requires python PIL or pillow library.
# If ranger does not share the local filesystem with kitty
# the transfer method is changed to encode the whole image;
# while slower, this allows remote previews,
# for example during an ssh session.
# Tmux is unsupported.
#
# * ueberzug:
# Preview images in full color with the external command "ueberzug".
# Images are shown by using a child window.
# Only for users who run X11 in GNU/Linux.
set preview_images_method w3m
# Delay in seconds before displaying an image with the w3m method.
# Increase it in case of experiencing display corruption.
set w3m_delay 0.02
# Manually adjust the w3mimg offset when using a terminal which needs this
set w3m_offset 0
# Default iTerm2 font size (see: preview_images_method: iterm2)
set iterm2_font_width 8
set iterm2_font_height 11
# Use a unicode "..." character to mark cut-off filenames?
set unicode_ellipsis false
# BIDI support - try to properly display file names in RTL languages (Hebrew, Arabic).
# Requires the python-bidi pip package
set bidi_support false
# Show dotfiles in the bookmark preview box?
set show_hidden_bookmarks true
# Which colorscheme to use? These colorschemes are available by default:
# default, jungle, snow, solarized
set colorscheme default
# Preview files on the rightmost column?
# And collapse (shrink) the last column if there is nothing to preview?
set preview_files true
set preview_directories true
set collapse_preview true
# Wrap long lines in plain text previews?
set wrap_plaintext_previews false
# Save the console history on exit?
set save_console_history true
# Draw the status bar on top of the browser window (default: bottom)
set status_bar_on_top false
# Draw a progress bar in the status bar which displays the average state of all
# currently running tasks which support progress bars?
set draw_progress_bar_in_status_bar true
# Draw borders around columns? (separators, outline, both, or none)
# Separators are vertical lines between columns.
# Outline draws a box around all the columns.
# Both combines the two.
set draw_borders none
# Display the directory name in tabs?
set dirname_in_tabs false
# Enable the mouse support?
set mouse_enabled true
# Display the file size in the main column or status bar?
set display_size_in_main_column true
set display_size_in_status_bar true
# Display the free disk space in the status bar?
set display_free_space_in_status_bar true
# Display files tags in all columns or only in main column?
set display_tags_in_all_columns true
# Set a title for the window? Updates both `WM_NAME` and `WM_ICON_NAME`
set update_title false
# Set the tmux/screen window-name to "ranger"?
set update_tmux_title true
# Shorten the title if it gets long? The number defines how many
# directories are displayed at once, 0 turns off this feature.
set shorten_title 3
# Show hostname in titlebar?
set hostname_in_titlebar true
# Abbreviate $HOME with ~ in the titlebar (first line) of ranger?
set tilde_in_titlebar false
# How many directory-changes or console-commands should be kept in history?
set max_history_size 20
set max_console_history_size 50
# Try to keep so much space between the top/bottom border when scrolling:
set scroll_offset 8
# Flush the input after each key hit? (Noticeable when ranger lags)
set flushinput true
# Padding on the right when there's no preview?
# This allows you to click into the space to run the file.
set padding_right true
# Save bookmarks (used with mX and `X) instantly?
# This helps to synchronize bookmarks between multiple ranger
# instances but leads to *slight* performance loss.
# When false, bookmarks are saved when ranger is exited.
set autosave_bookmarks true
# Save the "`" bookmark to disk. This can be used to switch to the last
# directory by typing "``".
set save_backtick_bookmark true
# You can display the "real" cumulative size of directories by using the
# command :get_cumulative_size or typing "dc". The size is expensive to
# calculate and will not be updated automatically. You can choose
# to update it automatically though by turning on this option:
set autoupdate_cumulative_size false
# Turning this on makes sense for screen readers:
set show_cursor false
# One of: size, natural, basename, atime, ctime, mtime, type, random
set sort natural
# Additional sorting options
set sort_reverse false
set sort_case_insensitive true
set sort_directories_first true
set sort_unicode false
# Enable this if key combinations with the Alt Key don't work for you.
# (Especially on xterm)
set xterm_alt_key false
# Whether to include bookmarks in cd command
set cd_bookmarks true
# Changes case sensitivity for the cd command tab completion
set cd_tab_case sensitive
# Use fuzzy tab completion with the "cd" command. For example,
# ":cd /u/lo/b<tab>" expands to ":cd /usr/local/bin".
set cd_tab_fuzzy false
# Avoid previewing files larger than this size, in bytes. Use a value of 0 to
# disable this feature.
set preview_max_size 0
# The key hint lists up to this size have their sublists expanded.
# Otherwise the submaps are replaced with "...".
set hint_collapse_threshold 10
# Add the highlighted file to the path in the titlebar
set show_selection_in_titlebar true
# The delay that ranger idly waits for user input, in milliseconds, with a
# resolution of 100ms. Lower delay reduces lag between directory updates but
# increases CPU load.
set idle_delay 2000
# When the metadata manager module looks for metadata, should it only look for
# a ".metadata.json" file in the current directory, or do a deep search and
# check all directories above the current one as well?
set metadata_deep_search false
# Clear all existing filters when leaving a directory
set clear_filters_on_dir_change false
# Disable displaying line numbers in main column.
# Possible values: false, absolute, relative.
set line_numbers false
# When line_numbers=relative show the absolute line number in the
# current line.
set relative_current_zero false
# Start line numbers from 1 instead of 0
set one_indexed false
# Save tabs on exit
set save_tabs_on_exit false
# Enable scroll wrapping - moving down while on the last item will wrap around to
# the top and vice versa.
set wrap_scroll false
# Set the global_inode_type_filter to nothing. Possible options: d, f and l for
# directories, files and symlinks respectively.
set global_inode_type_filter
# This setting allows to freeze the list of files to save I/O bandwidth. It
# should be 'false' during start-up, but you can toggle it by pressing F.
set freeze_files false
# Print file sizes in bytes instead of the default human-readable format.
set size_in_bytes false
# Warn at startup if RANGER_LEVEL env var is greater than 0, in other words
# give a warning when you nest ranger in a subshell started by ranger.
# Special value "error" makes the warning more visible.
set nested_ranger_warning true
# ===================================================================
# == Local Options
# ===================================================================
# You can set local options that only affect a single directory.
# Examples:
# setlocal path=~/downloads sort mtime
# ===================================================================
# == Command Aliases in the Console
# ===================================================================
alias e edit
alias q quit
alias q! quit!
alias qa quitall
alias qa! quitall!
alias qall quitall
alias qall! quitall!
alias setl setlocal
alias filter scout -prts
alias find scout -aets
alias mark scout -mr
alias unmark scout -Mr
alias search scout -rs
alias search_inc scout -rts
alias travel scout -aefklst
# ===================================================================
# == Define keys for the browser
# ===================================================================
# Basic
map Q quitall
map q quit
copymap q ZZ ZQ
map R reload_cwd
map F set freeze_files!
map <C-r> reset
map <C-l> redraw_window
map <C-c> abort
map <esc> change_mode normal
map ~ set viewmode!
map i display_file
map <A-j> scroll_preview 1
map <A-k> scroll_preview -1
map ? help
map W display_log
map w taskview_open
map S shell $SHELL
map : console
map ; console
map ! console shell%space
map @ console -p6 shell %%s
map # console shell -p%space
map s console shell%space
map r chain draw_possible_programs; console open_with%space
map f console find%space
map cd console cd%space
map <C-p> chain console; eval fm.ui.console.history_move(-1)
# Change the line mode
map Mf linemode filename
map Mi linemode fileinfo
map Mm linemode mtime
map Mh linemode humanreadablemtime
map Mp linemode permissions
map Ms linemode sizemtime
map MH linemode sizehumanreadablemtime
map Mt linemode metatitle
# Tagging / Marking
map t tag_toggle
map ut tag_remove
map "<any> tag_toggle tag=%any
map <Space> mark_files toggle=True
map v mark_files all=True toggle=True
map uv mark_files all=True val=False
map V toggle_visual_mode
map uV toggle_visual_mode reverse=True
# For the nostalgics: Midnight Commander bindings
map <F1> help
map <F2> rename_append
map <F3> display_file
map <F4> edit
map <F5> copy
map <F6> cut
map <F7> console mkdir%space
map <F8> console delete
#map <F8> console trash
map <F10> exit
# In case you work on a keyboard with dvorak layout
map <UP> move up=1
map <DOWN> move down=1
map <LEFT> move left=1
map <RIGHT> move right=1
map <HOME> move to=0
map <END> move to=-1
map <PAGEDOWN> move down=1 pages=True
map <PAGEUP> move up=1 pages=True
map <CR> move right=1
#map <DELETE> console delete
map <INSERT> console touch%space
# VIM-like
copymap <UP> k
copymap <DOWN> j
copymap <LEFT> h
copymap <RIGHT> l
copymap <HOME> gg
copymap <END> G
copymap <PAGEDOWN> <C-F>
copymap <PAGEUP> <C-B>
map J move down=0.5 pages=True
map K move up=0.5 pages=True
copymap J <C-D>
copymap K <C-U>
# Jumping around
map H history_go -1
map L history_go 1
map ] move_parent 1
map [ move_parent -1
map } traverse
map { traverse_backwards
map ) jump_non
map gh cd ~
map ge cd /etc
map gu cd /usr
map gd cd /dev
map gl cd -r .
map gL cd -r %f
map go cd /opt
map gv cd /var
map gm cd /media
map gi eval fm.cd('/run/media/' + os.getenv('USER'))
map gM cd /mnt
map gs cd /srv
map gp cd /tmp
map gr cd /
map gR eval fm.cd(ranger.RANGERDIR)
map g/ cd /
map g? cd /usr/share/doc/ranger
# External Programs
map E edit
map du shell -p du --max-depth=1 -h --apparent-size
map dU shell -p du --max-depth=1 -h --apparent-size | sort -rh
map yp yank path
map yd yank dir
map yn yank name
map y. yank name_without_extension
# Filesystem Operations
map = chmod
map cw console rename%space
map a rename_append
map A eval fm.open_console('rename ' + fm.thisfile.relative_path.replace("%", "%%"))
map I eval fm.open_console('rename ' + fm.thisfile.relative_path.replace("%", "%%"), position=7)
map pp paste
map po paste overwrite=True
map pP paste append=True
map pO paste overwrite=True append=True
map pl paste_symlink relative=False
map pL paste_symlink relative=True
map phl paste_hardlink
map pht paste_hardlinked_subtree
map pd console paste dest=
map p`<any> paste dest=%any_path
map p'<any> paste dest=%any_path
map dD console delete
map dT console trash
map dd cut
map ud uncut
map da cut mode=add
map dr cut mode=remove
map dt cut mode=toggle
map yy copy
map uy uncut
map ya copy mode=add
map yr copy mode=remove
map yt copy mode=toggle
# Temporary workarounds
map dgg eval fm.cut(dirarg=dict(to=0), narg=quantifier)
map dG eval fm.cut(dirarg=dict(to=-1), narg=quantifier)
map dj eval fm.cut(dirarg=dict(down=1), narg=quantifier)
map dk eval fm.cut(dirarg=dict(up=1), narg=quantifier)
map ygg eval fm.copy(dirarg=dict(to=0), narg=quantifier)
map yG eval fm.copy(dirarg=dict(to=-1), narg=quantifier)
map yj eval fm.copy(dirarg=dict(down=1), narg=quantifier)
map yk eval fm.copy(dirarg=dict(up=1), narg=quantifier)
# Searching
map / console search%space
map n search_next
map N search_next forward=False
map ct search_next order=tag
map cs search_next order=size
map ci search_next order=mimetype
map cc search_next order=ctime
map cm search_next order=mtime
map ca search_next order=atime
# Tabs
map <C-n> tab_new
map <C-w> tab_close
map <TAB> tab_move 1
map <S-TAB> tab_move -1
map <A-Right> tab_move 1
map <A-Left> tab_move -1
map gt tab_move 1
map gT tab_move -1
map gn tab_new
map gc tab_close
map uq tab_restore
map <a-1> tab_open 1
map <a-2> tab_open 2
map <a-3> tab_open 3
map <a-4> tab_open 4
map <a-5> tab_open 5
map <a-6> tab_open 6
map <a-7> tab_open 7
map <a-8> tab_open 8
map <a-9> tab_open 9
map <a-r> tab_shift 1
map <a-l> tab_shift -1
# Sorting
map or set sort_reverse!
map oz set sort=random
map os chain set sort=size; set sort_reverse=False
map ob chain set sort=basename; set sort_reverse=False
map on chain set sort=natural; set sort_reverse=False
map om chain set sort=mtime; set sort_reverse=False
map oc chain set sort=ctime; set sort_reverse=False
map oa chain set sort=atime; set sort_reverse=False
map ot chain set sort=type; set sort_reverse=False
map oe chain set sort=extension; set sort_reverse=False
map oS chain set sort=size; set sort_reverse=True
map oB chain set sort=basename; set sort_reverse=True
map oN chain set sort=natural; set sort_reverse=True
map oM chain set sort=mtime; set sort_reverse=True
map oC chain set sort=ctime; set sort_reverse=True
map oA chain set sort=atime; set sort_reverse=True
map oT chain set sort=type; set sort_reverse=True
map oE chain set sort=extension; set sort_reverse=True
map dc get_cumulative_size
# Settings
map zc set collapse_preview!
map zd set sort_directories_first!
map zh set show_hidden!
map <C-h> set show_hidden!
copymap <C-h> <backspace>
copymap <backspace> <backspace2>
map zI set flushinput!
map zi set preview_images!
map zm set mouse_enabled!
map zp set preview_files!
map zP set preview_directories!
map zs set sort_case_insensitive!
map zu set autoupdate_cumulative_size!
map zv set use_preview_script!
map zf console filter%space
copymap zf zz
# Filter stack
map .d filter_stack add type d
map .f filter_stack add type f
map .l filter_stack add type l
map .m console filter_stack add mime%space
map .n console filter_stack add name%space
map .# console filter_stack add hash%space
map ." filter_stack add duplicate
map .' filter_stack add unique
map .| filter_stack add or
map .& filter_stack add and
map .! filter_stack add not
map .r filter_stack rotate
map .c filter_stack clear
map .* filter_stack decompose
map .p filter_stack pop
map .. filter_stack show
# Bookmarks
map `<any> enter_bookmark %any
map '<any> enter_bookmark %any
map m<any> set_bookmark %any
map um<any> unset_bookmark %any
map m<bg> draw_bookmarks
copymap m<bg> um<bg> `<bg> '<bg>
# Generate all the chmod bindings with some python help:
eval for arg in "rwxXst": cmd("map +u{0} shell -f chmod u+{0} %s".format(arg))
eval for arg in "rwxXst": cmd("map +g{0} shell -f chmod g+{0} %s".format(arg))
eval for arg in "rwxXst": cmd("map +o{0} shell -f chmod o+{0} %s".format(arg))
eval for arg in "rwxXst": cmd("map +a{0} shell -f chmod a+{0} %s".format(arg))
eval for arg in "rwxXst": cmd("map +{0} shell -f chmod u+{0} %s".format(arg))
eval for arg in "rwxXst": cmd("map -u{0} shell -f chmod u-{0} %s".format(arg))
eval for arg in "rwxXst": cmd("map -g{0} shell -f chmod g-{0} %s".format(arg))
eval for arg in "rwxXst": cmd("map -o{0} shell -f chmod o-{0} %s".format(arg))
eval for arg in "rwxXst": cmd("map -a{0} shell -f chmod a-{0} %s".format(arg))
eval for arg in "rwxXst": cmd("map -{0} shell -f chmod u-{0} %s".format(arg))
# ===================================================================
# == Define keys for the console
# ===================================================================
# Note: Unmapped keys are passed directly to the console.
# Basic
cmap <tab> eval fm.ui.console.tab()
cmap <s-tab> eval fm.ui.console.tab(-1)
cmap <ESC> eval fm.ui.console.close()
cmap <CR> eval fm.ui.console.execute()
cmap <C-l> redraw_window
copycmap <ESC> <C-c>
copycmap <CR> <C-j>
# Move around
cmap <up> eval fm.ui.console.history_move(-1)
cmap <down> eval fm.ui.console.history_move(1)
cmap <left> eval fm.ui.console.move(left=1)
cmap <right> eval fm.ui.console.move(right=1)
cmap <home> eval fm.ui.console.move(right=0, absolute=True)
cmap <end> eval fm.ui.console.move(right=-1, absolute=True)
cmap <a-b> eval fm.ui.console.move_word(left=1)
cmap <a-f> eval fm.ui.console.move_word(right=1)
copycmap <a-b> <a-left>
copycmap <a-f> <a-right>
# Line Editing
cmap <backspace> eval fm.ui.console.delete(-1)
cmap <delete> eval fm.ui.console.delete(0)
cmap <C-w> eval fm.ui.console.delete_word()
cmap <A-d> eval fm.ui.console.delete_word(backward=False)
cmap <C-k> eval fm.ui.console.delete_rest(1)
cmap <C-u> eval fm.ui.console.delete_rest(-1)
cmap <C-y> eval fm.ui.console.paste()
# And of course the emacs way
copycmap <ESC> <C-g>
copycmap <up> <C-p>
copycmap <down> <C-n>
copycmap <left> <C-b>
copycmap <right> <C-f>
copycmap <home> <C-a>
copycmap <end> <C-e>
copycmap <delete> <C-d>
copycmap <backspace> <C-h>
# Note: There are multiple ways to express backspaces. <backspace> (code 263)
# and <backspace2> (code 127). To be sure, use both.
copycmap <backspace> <backspace2>
# This special expression allows typing in numerals:
cmap <allow_quantifiers> false
# ===================================================================
# == Pager Keybindings
# ===================================================================
# Movement
pmap <down> pager_move down=1
pmap <up> pager_move up=1
pmap <left> pager_move left=4
pmap <right> pager_move right=4
pmap <home> pager_move to=0
pmap <end> pager_move to=-1
pmap <pagedown> pager_move down=1.0 pages=True
pmap <pageup> pager_move up=1.0 pages=True
pmap <C-d> pager_move down=0.5 pages=True
pmap <C-u> pager_move up=0.5 pages=True
copypmap <UP> k <C-p>
copypmap <DOWN> j <C-n> <CR>
copypmap <LEFT> h
copypmap <RIGHT> l
copypmap <HOME> g
copypmap <END> G
copypmap <C-d> d
copypmap <C-u> u
copypmap <PAGEDOWN> n f <C-F> <Space>
copypmap <PAGEUP> p b <C-B>
# Basic
pmap <C-l> redraw_window
pmap <ESC> pager_close
copypmap <ESC> q Q i <F3>
pmap E edit_file
# ===================================================================
# == Taskview Keybindings
# ===================================================================
# Movement
tmap <up> taskview_move up=1
tmap <down> taskview_move down=1
tmap <home> taskview_move to=0
tmap <end> taskview_move to=-1
tmap <pagedown> taskview_move down=1.0 pages=True
tmap <pageup> taskview_move up=1.0 pages=True
tmap <C-d> taskview_move down=0.5 pages=True
tmap <C-u> taskview_move up=0.5 pages=True
copytmap <UP> k <C-p>
copytmap <DOWN> j <C-n> <CR>
copytmap <HOME> g
copytmap <END> G
copytmap <C-u> u
copytmap <PAGEDOWN> n f <C-F> <Space>
copytmap <PAGEUP> p b <C-B>
# Changing priority and deleting tasks
tmap J eval -q fm.ui.taskview.task_move(-1)
tmap K eval -q fm.ui.taskview.task_move(0)
tmap dd eval -q fm.ui.taskview.task_remove()
tmap <pagedown> eval -q fm.ui.taskview.task_move(-1)
tmap <pageup> eval -q fm.ui.taskview.task_move(0)
tmap <delete> eval -q fm.ui.taskview.task_remove()
# Basic
tmap <C-l> redraw_window
tmap <ESC> taskview_close
copytmap <ESC> q Q w <C-c>

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# vim: ft=cfg
#
# This is the configuration file of "rifle", ranger's file executor/opener.
# Each line consists of conditions and a command. For each line the conditions
# are checked and if they are met, the respective command is run.
#
# Syntax:
# <condition1> , <condition2> , ... = command
#
# The command can contain these environment variables:
# $1-$9 | The n-th selected file
# $@ | All selected files
#
# If you use the special command "ask", rifle will ask you what program to run.
#
# Prefixing a condition with "!" will negate its result.
# These conditions are currently supported:
# match <regexp> | The regexp matches $1
# ext <regexp> | The regexp matches the extension of $1
# mime <regexp> | The regexp matches the mime type of $1
# name <regexp> | The regexp matches the basename of $1
# path <regexp> | The regexp matches the absolute path of $1
# has <program> | The program is installed (i.e. located in $PATH)
# env <variable> | The environment variable "variable" is non-empty
# file | $1 is a file
# directory | $1 is a directory
# number <n> | change the number of this command to n
# terminal | stdin, stderr and stdout are connected to a terminal
# X | A graphical environment is available (darwin, Xorg, or Wayland)
#
# There are also pseudo-conditions which have a "side effect":
# flag <flags> | Change how the program is run. See below.
# label <label> | Assign a label or name to the command so it can
# | be started with :open_with <label> in ranger
# | or `rifle -p <label>` in the standalone executable.
# else | Always true.
#
# Flags are single characters which slightly transform the command:
# f | Fork the program, make it run in the background.
# | New command = setsid $command >& /dev/null &
# r | Execute the command with root permissions
# | New command = sudo $command
# t | Run the program in a new terminal. If $TERMCMD is not defined,
# | rifle will attempt to extract it from $TERM.
# | New command = $TERMCMD -e $command
# Note: The "New command" serves only as an illustration, the exact
# implementation may differ.
# Note: When using rifle in ranger, there is an additional flag "c" for
# only running the current file even if you have marked multiple files.
#-------------------------------------------
# Websites
#-------------------------------------------
# Rarely installed browsers get higher priority; It is assumed that if you
# install a rare browser, you probably use it. Firefox/konqueror/w3m on the
# other hand are often only installed as fallback browsers.
ext x?html?, has surf, X, flag f = surf -- file://"$1"
ext x?html?, has vimprobable, X, flag f = vimprobable -- "$@"
ext x?html?, has vimprobable2, X, flag f = vimprobable2 -- "$@"
ext x?html?, has qutebrowser, X, flag f = qutebrowser -- "$@"
ext x?html?, has dwb, X, flag f = dwb -- "$@"
ext x?html?, has jumanji, X, flag f = jumanji -- "$@"
ext x?html?, has luakit, X, flag f = luakit -- "$@"
ext x?html?, has uzbl, X, flag f = uzbl -- "$@"
ext x?html?, has uzbl-tabbed, X, flag f = uzbl-tabbed -- "$@"
ext x?html?, has uzbl-browser, X, flag f = uzbl-browser -- "$@"
ext x?html?, has uzbl-core, X, flag f = uzbl-core -- "$@"
ext x?html?, has midori, X, flag f = midori -- "$@"
ext x?html?, has opera, X, flag f = opera -- "$@"
ext x?html?, has firefox, X, flag f = firefox -- "$@"
ext x?html?, has seamonkey, X, flag f = seamonkey -- "$@"
ext x?html?, has iceweasel, X, flag f = iceweasel -- "$@"
ext x?html?, has chromium-browser, X, flag f = chromium-browser -- "$@"
ext x?html?, has chromium, X, flag f = chromium -- "$@"
ext x?html?, has google-chrome, X, flag f = google-chrome -- "$@"
ext x?html?, has epiphany, X, flag f = epiphany -- "$@"
ext x?html?, has konqueror, X, flag f = konqueror -- "$@"
ext x?html?, has elinks, terminal = elinks "$@"
ext x?html?, has links2, terminal = links2 "$@"
ext x?html?, has links, terminal = links "$@"
ext x?html?, has lynx, terminal = lynx -- "$@"
ext x?html?, has w3m, terminal = w3m "$@"
#-------------------------------------------
# Misc
#-------------------------------------------
# Define the "editor" for text files as first action
mime ^text, label editor = ${VISUAL:-$EDITOR} -- "$@"
mime ^text, label pager = "$PAGER" -- "$@"
!mime ^text, label editor, ext xml|json|csv|tex|py|pl|rb|js|sh|php = ${VISUAL:-$EDITOR} -- "$@"
!mime ^text, label pager, ext xml|json|csv|tex|py|pl|rb|js|sh|php = "$PAGER" -- "$@"
ext 1 = man "$1"
ext s[wmf]c, has zsnes, X = zsnes "$1"
ext s[wmf]c, has snes9x-gtk,X = snes9x-gtk "$1"
ext nes, has fceux, X = fceux "$1"
ext exe = wine "$1"
name ^[mM]akefile$ = make
#--------------------------------------------
# Scripts
#-------------------------------------------
ext py = python3 -- "$1"
ext pl = perl -- "$1"
ext rb = ruby -- "$1"
ext js = node -- "$1"
ext sh = sh -- "$1"
ext php = php -- "$1"
#--------------------------------------------
# Audio without X
#-------------------------------------------
mime ^audio|ogg$, terminal, has mpv = mpv -- "$@"
mime ^audio|ogg$, terminal, has mplayer2 = mplayer2 -- "$@"
mime ^audio|ogg$, terminal, has mplayer = mplayer -- "$@"
ext midi?, terminal, has wildmidi = wildmidi -- "$@"
#--------------------------------------------
# Video/Audio with a GUI
#-------------------------------------------
mime ^video|audio, has gmplayer, X, flag f = gmplayer -- "$@"
mime ^video|audio, has smplayer, X, flag f = smplayer "$@"
mime ^video, has mpv, X, flag f = mpv -- "$@"
mime ^video, has mpv, X, flag f = mpv --fs -- "$@"
mime ^video, has mplayer2, X, flag f = mplayer2 -- "$@"
mime ^video, has mplayer2, X, flag f = mplayer2 -fs -- "$@"
mime ^video, has mplayer, X, flag f = mplayer -- "$@"
mime ^video, has mplayer, X, flag f = mplayer -fs -- "$@"
mime ^video|audio, has vlc, X, flag f = vlc -- "$@"
mime ^video|audio, has totem, X, flag f = totem -- "$@"
mime ^video|audio, has totem, X, flag f = totem --fullscreen -- "$@"
#--------------------------------------------
# Video without X
#-------------------------------------------
mime ^video, terminal, !X, has mpv = mpv -- "$@"
mime ^video, terminal, !X, has mplayer2 = mplayer2 -- "$@"
mime ^video, terminal, !X, has mplayer = mplayer -- "$@"
#-------------------------------------------
# Documents
#-------------------------------------------
ext pdf, has llpp, X, flag f = llpp "$@"
ext pdf, has zathura, X, flag f = zathura -- "$@"
ext pdf, has mupdf, X, flag f = mupdf "$@"
ext pdf, has mupdf-x11,X, flag f = mupdf-x11 "$@"
ext pdf, has apvlv, X, flag f = apvlv -- "$@"
ext pdf, has xpdf, X, flag f = xpdf -- "$@"
ext pdf, has evince, X, flag f = evince -- "$@"
ext pdf, has atril, X, flag f = atril -- "$@"
ext pdf, has okular, X, flag f = okular -- "$@"
ext pdf, has epdfview, X, flag f = epdfview -- "$@"
ext pdf, has qpdfview, X, flag f = qpdfview "$@"
ext pdf, has open, X, flag f = open "$@"
ext docx?, has catdoc, terminal = catdoc -- "$@" | "$PAGER"
ext sxc|xlsx?|xlt|xlw|gnm|gnumeric, has gnumeric, X, flag f = gnumeric -- "$@"
ext sxc|xlsx?|xlt|xlw|gnm|gnumeric, has kspread, X, flag f = kspread -- "$@"
ext pptx?|od[dfgpst]|docx?|sxc|xlsx?|xlt|xlw|gnm|gnumeric, has libreoffice, X, flag f = libreoffice "$@"
ext pptx?|od[dfgpst]|docx?|sxc|xlsx?|xlt|xlw|gnm|gnumeric, has soffice, X, flag f = soffice "$@"
ext pptx?|od[dfgpst]|docx?|sxc|xlsx?|xlt|xlw|gnm|gnumeric, has ooffice, X, flag f = ooffice "$@"
ext djvu, has zathura,X, flag f = zathura -- "$@"
ext djvu, has evince, X, flag f = evince -- "$@"
ext djvu, has atril, X, flag f = atril -- "$@"
ext djvu, has djview, X, flag f = djview -- "$@"
ext epub, has ebook-viewer, X, flag f = ebook-viewer -- "$@"
ext epub, has zathura, X, flag f = zathura -- "$@"
ext epub, has mupdf, X, flag f = mupdf -- "$@"
ext mobi, has ebook-viewer, X, flag f = ebook-viewer -- "$@"
ext cbr, has zathura, X, flag f = zathura -- "$@"
ext cbz, has zathura, X, flag f = zathura -- "$@"
#-------------------------------------------
# Images
#-------------------------------------------
mime ^image/svg, has inkscape, X, flag f = inkscape -- "$@"
mime ^image/svg, has display, X, flag f = display -- "$@"
mime ^image, has imv, X, flag f = imv -- "$@"
mime ^image, has pqiv, X, flag f = pqiv -- "$@"
mime ^image, has sxiv, X, flag f = sxiv -- "$@"
mime ^image, has feh, X, flag f = feh -- "$@"
mime ^image, has mirage, X, flag f = mirage -- "$@"
mime ^image, has ristretto, X, flag f = ristretto "$@"
mime ^image, has eog, X, flag f = eog -- "$@"
mime ^image, has eom, X, flag f = eom -- "$@"
mime ^image, has nomacs, X, flag f = nomacs -- "$@"
mime ^image, has geeqie, X, flag f = geeqie -- "$@"
mime ^image, has gpicview, X, flag f = gpicview -- "$@"
mime ^image, has gwenview, X, flag f = gwenview -- "$@"
mime ^image, has gimp, X, flag f = gimp -- "$@"
ext xcf, X, flag f = gimp -- "$@"
#-------------------------------------------
# Archives
#-------------------------------------------
# avoid password prompt by providing empty password
ext 7z, has 7z = 7z -p l "$@" | "$PAGER"
# This requires atool
ext ace|ar|arc|bz2?|cab|cpio|cpt|deb|dgc|dmg|gz, has atool = atool --list --each -- "$@" | "$PAGER"
ext iso|jar|msi|pkg|rar|shar|tar|tgz|xar|xpi|xz|zip, has atool = atool --list --each -- "$@" | "$PAGER"
ext 7z|ace|ar|arc|bz2?|cab|cpio|cpt|deb|dgc|dmg|gz, has atool = atool --extract --each -- "$@"
ext iso|jar|msi|pkg|rar|shar|tar|tgz|xar|xpi|xz|zip, has atool = atool --extract --each -- "$@"
# Listing and extracting archives without atool:
ext tar|gz|bz2|xz, has tar = tar vvtf "$1" | "$PAGER"
ext tar|gz|bz2|xz, has tar = for file in "$@"; do tar vvxf "$file"; done
ext bz2, has bzip2 = for file in "$@"; do bzip2 -dk "$file"; done
ext zip, has unzip = unzip -l "$1" | "$PAGER"
ext zip, has unzip = for file in "$@"; do unzip -d "${file%.*}" "$file"; done
ext ace, has unace = unace l "$1" | "$PAGER"
ext ace, has unace = for file in "$@"; do unace e "$file"; done
ext rar, has unrar = unrar l "$1" | "$PAGER"
ext rar, has unrar = for file in "$@"; do unrar x "$file"; done
#-------------------------------------------
# Fonts
#-------------------------------------------
mime ^font, has fontforge, X, flag f = fontforge "$@"
#-------------------------------------------
# Flag t fallback terminals
#-------------------------------------------
# Rarely installed terminal emulators get higher priority; It is assumed that
# if you install a rare terminal emulator, you probably use it.
# gnome-terminal/konsole/xterm on the other hand are often installed as part of
# a desktop environment or as fallback terminal emulators.
mime ^ranger/x-terminal-emulator, has terminology = terminology -e "$@"
mime ^ranger/x-terminal-emulator, has kitty = kitty -- "$@"
mime ^ranger/x-terminal-emulator, has alacritty = alacritty -e "$@"
mime ^ranger/x-terminal-emulator, has sakura = sakura -e "$@"
mime ^ranger/x-terminal-emulator, has lilyterm = lilyterm -e "$@"
#mime ^ranger/x-terminal-emulator, has cool-retro-term = cool-retro-term -e "$@"
mime ^ranger/x-terminal-emulator, has termite = termite -x '"$@"'
#mime ^ranger/x-terminal-emulator, has yakuake = yakuake -e "$@"
mime ^ranger/x-terminal-emulator, has guake = guake -ne "$@"
mime ^ranger/x-terminal-emulator, has tilda = tilda -c "$@"
mime ^ranger/x-terminal-emulator, has st = st -e "$@"
mime ^ranger/x-terminal-emulator, has terminator = terminator -x "$@"
mime ^ranger/x-terminal-emulator, has urxvt = urxvt -e "$@"
mime ^ranger/x-terminal-emulator, has pantheon-terminal = pantheon-terminal -e "$@"
mime ^ranger/x-terminal-emulator, has lxterminal = lxterminal -e "$@"
mime ^ranger/x-terminal-emulator, has mate-terminal = mate-terminal -x "$@"
mime ^ranger/x-terminal-emulator, has xfce4-terminal = xfce4-terminal -x "$@"
mime ^ranger/x-terminal-emulator, has konsole = konsole -e "$@"
mime ^ranger/x-terminal-emulator, has gnome-terminal = gnome-terminal -- "$@"
mime ^ranger/x-terminal-emulator, has xterm = xterm -e "$@"
#-------------------------------------------
# Misc
#-------------------------------------------
label wallpaper, number 11, mime ^image, has feh, X = feh --bg-scale "$1"
label wallpaper, number 12, mime ^image, has feh, X = feh --bg-tile "$1"
label wallpaper, number 13, mime ^image, has feh, X = feh --bg-center "$1"
label wallpaper, number 14, mime ^image, has feh, X = feh --bg-fill "$1"
#-------------------------------------------
# Generic file openers
#-------------------------------------------
label open, has xdg-open = xdg-open -- "$@"
label open, has open = open -- "$@"
# Define the editor for non-text files + pager as last action
!mime ^text, !ext xml|json|csv|tex|py|pl|rb|js|sh|php = ask
label editor, !mime ^text, !ext xml|json|csv|tex|py|pl|rb|js|sh|php = ${VISUAL:-$EDITOR} -- "$@"
label pager, !mime ^text, !ext xml|json|csv|tex|py|pl|rb|js|sh|php = "$PAGER" -- "$@"
######################################################################
# The actions below are left so low down in this file on purpose, so #
# they are never triggered accidentally. #
######################################################################
# Execute a file as program/script.
mime application/x-executable = "$1"
# Move the file to trash using trash-cli.
label trash, has trash-put = trash-put -- "$@"
label trash = mkdir -p -- ${XDG_DATA_DIR:-$HOME/.ranger}/ranger-trash; mv -- "$@" ${XDG_DATA_DIR:-$HOME/.ranger}/ranger-trash

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#!/usr/bin/env bash
set -o noclobber -o noglob -o nounset -o pipefail
IFS=$'\n'
## If the option `use_preview_script` is set to `true`,
## then this script will be called and its output will be displayed in ranger.
## ANSI color codes are supported.
## STDIN is disabled, so interactive scripts won't work properly
## This script is considered a configuration file and must be updated manually.
## It will be left untouched if you upgrade ranger.
## Because of some automated testing we do on the script #'s for comments need
## to be doubled up. Code that is commented out, because it's an alternative for
## example, gets only one #.
## Meanings of exit codes:
## code | meaning | action of ranger
## -----+------------+-------------------------------------------
## 0 | success | Display stdout as preview
## 1 | no preview | Display no preview at all
## 2 | plain text | Display the plain content of the file
## 3 | fix width | Don't reload when width changes
## 4 | fix height | Don't reload when height changes
## 5 | fix both | Don't ever reload
## 6 | image | Display the image `$IMAGE_CACHE_PATH` points to as an image preview
## 7 | image | Display the file directly as an image
## Script arguments
FILE_PATH="${1}" # Full path of the highlighted file
PV_WIDTH="${2}" # Width of the preview pane (number of fitting characters)
## shellcheck disable=SC2034 # PV_HEIGHT is provided for convenience and unused
PV_HEIGHT="${3}" # Height of the preview pane (number of fitting characters)
IMAGE_CACHE_PATH="${4}" # Full path that should be used to cache image preview
PV_IMAGE_ENABLED="${5}" # 'True' if image previews are enabled, 'False' otherwise.
FILE_EXTENSION="${FILE_PATH##*.}"
FILE_EXTENSION_LOWER="$(printf "%s" "${FILE_EXTENSION}" | tr '[:upper:]' '[:lower:]')"
## Settings
HIGHLIGHT_SIZE_MAX=262143 # 256KiB
HIGHLIGHT_TABWIDTH=${HIGHLIGHT_TABWIDTH:-8}
HIGHLIGHT_STYLE=${HIGHLIGHT_STYLE:-pablo}
HIGHLIGHT_OPTIONS="--replace-tabs=${HIGHLIGHT_TABWIDTH} --style=${HIGHLIGHT_STYLE} ${HIGHLIGHT_OPTIONS:-}"
PYGMENTIZE_STYLE=${PYGMENTIZE_STYLE:-autumn}
OPENSCAD_IMGSIZE=${RNGR_OPENSCAD_IMGSIZE:-1000,1000}
OPENSCAD_COLORSCHEME=${RNGR_OPENSCAD_COLORSCHEME:-Tomorrow Night}
handle_extension() {
case "${FILE_EXTENSION_LOWER}" in
## Archive
a|ace|alz|arc|arj|bz|bz2|cab|cpio|deb|gz|jar|lha|lz|lzh|lzma|lzo|\
rpm|rz|t7z|tar|tbz|tbz2|tgz|tlz|txz|tZ|tzo|war|xpi|xz|Z|zip)
atool --list -- "${FILE_PATH}" && exit 5
bsdtar --list --file "${FILE_PATH}" && exit 5
exit 1;;
rar)
## Avoid password prompt by providing empty password
unrar lt -p- -- "${FILE_PATH}" && exit 5
exit 1;;
7z)
## Avoid password prompt by providing empty password
7z l -p -- "${FILE_PATH}" && exit 5
exit 1;;
## PDF
pdf)
## Preview as text conversion
pdftotext -l 10 -nopgbrk -q -- "${FILE_PATH}" - | \
fmt -w "${PV_WIDTH}" && exit 5
mutool draw -F txt -i -- "${FILE_PATH}" 1-10 | \
fmt -w "${PV_WIDTH}" && exit 5
exiftool "${FILE_PATH}" && exit 5
exit 1;;
## BitTorrent
torrent)
transmission-show -- "${FILE_PATH}" && exit 5
exit 1;;
## OpenDocument
odt|ods|odp|sxw)
## Preview as text conversion
odt2txt "${FILE_PATH}" && exit 5
## Preview as markdown conversion
pandoc -s -t markdown -- "${FILE_PATH}" && exit 5
exit 1;;
## XLSX
xlsx)
## Preview as csv conversion
## Uses: https://github.com/dilshod/xlsx2csv
xlsx2csv -- "${FILE_PATH}" && exit 5
exit 1;;
## HTML
htm|html|xhtml)
## Preview as text conversion
w3m -dump "${FILE_PATH}" && exit 5
lynx -dump -- "${FILE_PATH}" && exit 5
elinks -dump "${FILE_PATH}" && exit 5
pandoc -s -t markdown -- "${FILE_PATH}" && exit 5
;;
## JSON
json)
jq --color-output . "${FILE_PATH}" && exit 5
python -m json.tool -- "${FILE_PATH}" && exit 5
;;
## Direct Stream Digital/Transfer (DSDIFF) and wavpack aren't detected
## by file(1).
dff|dsf|wv|wvc)
mediainfo "${FILE_PATH}" && exit 5
exiftool "${FILE_PATH}" && exit 5
;; # Continue with next handler on failure
esac
}
handle_image() {
## Size of the preview if there are multiple options or it has to be
## rendered from vector graphics. If the conversion program allows
## specifying only one dimension while keeping the aspect ratio, the width
## will be used.
local DEFAULT_SIZE="1920x1080"
local mimetype="${1}"
case "${mimetype}" in
## SVG
# image/svg+xml|image/svg)
# convert -- "${FILE_PATH}" "${IMAGE_CACHE_PATH}" && exit 6
# exit 1;;
## DjVu
# image/vnd.djvu)
# ddjvu -format=tiff -quality=90 -page=1 -size="${DEFAULT_SIZE}" \
# - "${IMAGE_CACHE_PATH}" < "${FILE_PATH}" \
# && exit 6 || exit 1;;
## Image
image/*)
local orientation
orientation="$( identify -format '%[EXIF:Orientation]\n' -- "${FILE_PATH}" )"
## If orientation data is present and the image actually
## needs rotating ("1" means no rotation)...
if [[ -n "$orientation" && "$orientation" != 1 ]]; then
## ...auto-rotate the image according to the EXIF data.
convert -- "${FILE_PATH}" -auto-orient "${IMAGE_CACHE_PATH}" && exit 6
fi
## `w3mimgdisplay` will be called for all images (unless overriden
## as above), but might fail for unsupported types.
exit 7;;
## Video
# video/*)
# # Thumbnail
# ffmpegthumbnailer -i "${FILE_PATH}" -o "${IMAGE_CACHE_PATH}" -s 0 && exit 6
# exit 1;;
## PDF
# application/pdf)
# pdftoppm -f 1 -l 1 \
# -scale-to-x "${DEFAULT_SIZE%x*}" \
# -scale-to-y -1 \
# -singlefile \
# -jpeg -tiffcompression jpeg \
# -- "${FILE_PATH}" "${IMAGE_CACHE_PATH%.*}" \
# && exit 6 || exit 1;;
## ePub, MOBI, FB2 (using Calibre)
# application/epub+zip|application/x-mobipocket-ebook|\
# application/x-fictionbook+xml)
# # ePub (using https://github.com/marianosimone/epub-thumbnailer)
# epub-thumbnailer "${FILE_PATH}" "${IMAGE_CACHE_PATH}" \
# "${DEFAULT_SIZE%x*}" && exit 6
# ebook-meta --get-cover="${IMAGE_CACHE_PATH}" -- "${FILE_PATH}" \
# >/dev/null && exit 6
# exit 1;;
## Font
application/font*|application/*opentype)
preview_png="/tmp/$(basename "${IMAGE_CACHE_PATH%.*}").png"
if fontimage -o "${preview_png}" \
--pixelsize "120" \
--fontname \
--pixelsize "80" \
--text " ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ " \
--text " abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz " \
--text " 0123456789.:,;(*!?') ff fl fi ffi ffl " \
--text " The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog. " \
"${FILE_PATH}";
then
convert -- "${preview_png}" "${IMAGE_CACHE_PATH}" \
&& rm "${preview_png}" \
&& exit 6
else
exit 1
fi
;;
## Preview archives using the first image inside.
## (Very useful for comic book collections for example.)
# application/zip|application/x-rar|application/x-7z-compressed|\
# application/x-xz|application/x-bzip2|application/x-gzip|application/x-tar)
# local fn=""; local fe=""
# local zip=""; local rar=""; local tar=""; local bsd=""
# case "${mimetype}" in
# application/zip) zip=1 ;;
# application/x-rar) rar=1 ;;
# application/x-7z-compressed) ;;
# *) tar=1 ;;
# esac
# { [ "$tar" ] && fn=$(tar --list --file "${FILE_PATH}"); } || \
# { fn=$(bsdtar --list --file "${FILE_PATH}") && bsd=1 && tar=""; } || \
# { [ "$rar" ] && fn=$(unrar lb -p- -- "${FILE_PATH}"); } || \
# { [ "$zip" ] && fn=$(zipinfo -1 -- "${FILE_PATH}"); } || return
#
# fn=$(echo "$fn" | python -c "import sys; import mimetypes as m; \
# [ print(l, end='') for l in sys.stdin if \
# (m.guess_type(l[:-1])[0] or '').startswith('image/') ]" |\
# sort -V | head -n 1)
# [ "$fn" = "" ] && return
# [ "$bsd" ] && fn=$(printf '%b' "$fn")
#
# [ "$tar" ] && tar --extract --to-stdout \
# --file "${FILE_PATH}" -- "$fn" > "${IMAGE_CACHE_PATH}" && exit 6
# fe=$(echo -n "$fn" | sed 's/[][*?\]/\\\0/g')
# [ "$bsd" ] && bsdtar --extract --to-stdout \
# --file "${FILE_PATH}" -- "$fe" > "${IMAGE_CACHE_PATH}" && exit 6
# [ "$bsd" ] || [ "$tar" ] && rm -- "${IMAGE_CACHE_PATH}"
# [ "$rar" ] && unrar p -p- -inul -- "${FILE_PATH}" "$fn" > \
# "${IMAGE_CACHE_PATH}" && exit 6
# [ "$zip" ] && unzip -pP "" -- "${FILE_PATH}" "$fe" > \
# "${IMAGE_CACHE_PATH}" && exit 6
# [ "$rar" ] || [ "$zip" ] && rm -- "${IMAGE_CACHE_PATH}"
# ;;
esac
# openscad_image() {
# TMPPNG="$(mktemp -t XXXXXX.png)"
# openscad --colorscheme="${OPENSCAD_COLORSCHEME}" \
# --imgsize="${OPENSCAD_IMGSIZE/x/,}" \
# -o "${TMPPNG}" "${1}"
# mv "${TMPPNG}" "${IMAGE_CACHE_PATH}"
# }
# case "${FILE_EXTENSION_LOWER}" in
# ## 3D models
# ## OpenSCAD only supports png image output, and ${IMAGE_CACHE_PATH}
# ## is hardcoded as jpeg. So we make a tempfile.png and just
# ## move/rename it to jpg. This works because image libraries are
# ## smart enough to handle it.
# csg|scad)
# openscad_image "${FILE_PATH}" && exit 6
# ;;
# 3mf|amf|dxf|off|stl)
# openscad_image <(echo "import(\"${FILE_PATH}\");") && exit 6
# ;;
# esac
}
handle_mime() {
local mimetype="${1}"
case "${mimetype}" in
## RTF and DOC
text/rtf|*msword)
## Preview as text conversion
## note: catdoc does not always work for .doc files
## catdoc: http://www.wagner.pp.ru/~vitus/software/catdoc/
catdoc -- "${FILE_PATH}" && exit 5
exit 1;;
## DOCX, ePub, FB2 (using markdown)
## You might want to remove "|epub" and/or "|fb2" below if you have
## uncommented other methods to preview those formats
*wordprocessingml.document|*/epub+zip|*/x-fictionbook+xml)
## Preview as markdown conversion
pandoc -s -t markdown -- "${FILE_PATH}" && exit 5
exit 1;;
## XLS
*ms-excel)
## Preview as csv conversion
## xls2csv comes with catdoc:
## http://www.wagner.pp.ru/~vitus/software/catdoc/
xls2csv -- "${FILE_PATH}" && exit 5
exit 1;;
## Text
text/* | */xml)
## Syntax highlight
if [[ "$( stat --printf='%s' -- "${FILE_PATH}" )" -gt "${HIGHLIGHT_SIZE_MAX}" ]]; then
exit 2
fi
if [[ "$( tput colors )" -ge 256 ]]; then
local pygmentize_format='terminal256'
local highlight_format='xterm256'
else
local pygmentize_format='terminal'
local highlight_format='ansi'
fi
env HIGHLIGHT_OPTIONS="${HIGHLIGHT_OPTIONS}" highlight \
--out-format="${highlight_format}" \
--force -- "${FILE_PATH}" && exit 5
env COLORTERM=8bit bat --color=always --style="plain" \
-- "${FILE_PATH}" && exit 5
pygmentize -f "${pygmentize_format}" -O "style=${PYGMENTIZE_STYLE}"\
-- "${FILE_PATH}" && exit 5
exit 2;;
## DjVu
image/vnd.djvu)
## Preview as text conversion (requires djvulibre)
djvutxt "${FILE_PATH}" | fmt -w "${PV_WIDTH}" && exit 5
exiftool "${FILE_PATH}" && exit 5
exit 1;;
## Image
image/*)
## Preview as text conversion
# img2txt --gamma=0.6 --width="${PV_WIDTH}" -- "${FILE_PATH}" && exit 4
exiftool "${FILE_PATH}" && exit 5
exit 1;;
## Video and audio
video/* | audio/*)
mediainfo "${FILE_PATH}" && exit 5
exiftool "${FILE_PATH}" && exit 5
exit 1;;
esac
}
handle_fallback() {
echo '----- File Type Classification -----' && file --dereference --brief -- "${FILE_PATH}" && exit 5
exit 1
}
MIMETYPE="$( file --dereference --brief --mime-type -- "${FILE_PATH}" )"
if [[ "${PV_IMAGE_ENABLED}" == 'True' ]]; then
handle_image "${MIMETYPE}"
fi
handle_extension
handle_mime "${MIMETYPE}"
handle_fallback
exit 1

@ -0,0 +1,20 @@
[Desktop Entry]
DefaultProfile=
[Dialogs]
FirstRun=false
[Favorite Profiles]
Favorites=
[PrintOptions]
PrinterFriendly=true
ScaleOutput=true
[Shortcuts]
close-active-terminal=Ctrl+Shift+R;\s
close-session=none
[Window]
Height=80
Width=80

@ -183,8 +183,8 @@ let g:clang_library_path=$LIBCLANG
let g:clang_sort_algo="priority"
let g:clang_close_preview=1
let g:clang_jumpto_declaration_in_preview_key="\\"
let g:clang_jumpto_declaration_key="+"
let g:clang_jumpto_back_key="_"
let g:clang_jumpto_declaration_key="]"
let g:clang_jumpto_back_key="["
" Whether or not clang should complete preprocessor patterns
let g:clang_complete_macros=1

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