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BashStyle-NG

   9.0~rc1  

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Homepage:  Link
Minimum required   GTK 3.x
Downloads:  2375
Submitted:  Feb 5 2008
Updated:  Aug 20 2015

Description:

BashStyle-NG

=== Introduction ===

BashStyle-NG is a graphical tool and toolchain for changing the behaviour
and look'n'feel of Bash, Readline, Vim, Nano and GIT.

Possibilities include:
Bash:
- 12 fancy pre-defined prompt styles
- colors are customizable
- random text color possible
- random prompt style for each session possible
- create your own prompt using UI
- customizing pre-defined ones possible
- alternatively monochrome prompts instead of colored
- colored manpages (without using most)
- colored output from ls and grep (matches)
- colors are customizable
- rembering last visited directory (and restore upon new session)
- customize bash history settings
- lscd: customized variant of cd, showing content of directory
after cd, can create directories that don't exist, passing of
customized ls parameters possible
- un/setting shopts (shell options) for Bash 4.3 / 4.0-4.2 / 3.2+
- customizable completion blacklist, timeout, welcome message and more
GIT:
- set GIT user name
- set GIT mail address
- set GIT editor for commit messages
- set GIT colored output
Readline:
- un/set completion
- un/set case sensitivity
- un/set horizontal completion
- un/set mark filetypes and folders
- un/set include hidden files incompletion
- customize almost 30 keybindings
VIM:
- un/set remember last position
- un/set syntax highlighting
- un/set auto indention
- un/set case sensitive search
- un/set incremental search
- un/set display line numbers
- un/set highlight current line/column
- set dark or bright background
- set line-wrap and tab-length
- set color scheme
- enable ruler/set ruler format
Nano:
- un/set search history
- un/set syntax highlighting
- un/set auto indention
- un/set case sensitive search
- fix backspace and numblock assignment
Extras:
- several extra functions for daily use
- systemkit: show various system information, including cpu, system load,
used/free/total ram and more
- gitkit: various companion functions for GIT, like exporting the repo
(like 'svn export'), creating tar.gz/tar.bz2/tar.xz/.zip archives from
repo, getting active branch/action/revision/revno from repo (for PS1)
- math conversion functions: convasc, convbin, convdec, convhex, convoct,
convtemp. Convert between ascii, binary, decimal, hexadecimal, octal or
temperature units
- random: create random strings (for example passwords) of various types
- scripts for working with files: map (run a command on given files, for
non-batch commands), batch (batch-perform actions on files), basefile
(extract extension, filename with/without extension or filepath from
full filename, similar to basename), randomfile (perform action on a
random file, also has history, multiple executions support and more)
- and several more (see /usr/share/bashstyle-ng/rc/functions/ for all)




Changelog:

Overview of changes in v9.0 "Hotride"

=== NOTES ===

* The first-run-wizard (bsng-wizard) has been removed, relevant options
have been merged into the main application, be sure to run the UI
(Style for colorshell, else Advanced and GIT) after upgrade to
re-adjust your settings that got lost by this change.

* This release removes the html-documentation. Instead every options will
have a tooltip showing the name of the configuration variable (or --
if none) and the description of the setting [work in progress].

* Configure now looks for python3 by default, falls back to python

=== Bug Fixes ===

* #154 (ui):
icons for reverting to user-default or factory-default settings were
missing from some GtkEntry and all GtkSpinButton.
* #155 (configure):
when using --python configure flag that given python interpreter
was not used to check if required modules are available
* #156 (text2morse):
python3 support in text2morse
* #157 (readline):
when changing settings for readline they didn't take effect immediately
* #158 (lockfile):
the lockfile module required additional fixes to fully work with both python2
and python3
* #159 (pkgconfig):
install pkgconfig file into ${PREFIX}/share/pkgconfig, not ${PREFIX}/lib/pkgconfig/
* #160 (nx-rc):
fixed history settings from ui were not always applied on the shell
* #161 (colorshell):
random selection of colors in colorshell hasn't really been random
* #162 (config):
if a vendor configuration (/etc/bs-ng_vendor.ini) exists, let the revert
configuration icon on GtkEntry and GtkSpinButton revert to vendor
configuration instead of factory configuration
* #163 (colorshell):
fix colorshell not being available to all prompt styles
* #164 (styles):
fix PRE_PROMPT_COMMAND not available to monochrome versions of ayoli,
clock, clock-ad and poweruser prompt styles [if you create a function
of that name in ${HOME}/.bashstyle.custom you can hook into those
style's PROMPT_COMMAND (the other styles don't have PROMPT_COMMAND,
so you can freely create one for them)]
* #165 (colors):
fixed pscolor not being set
* #166 (styles):
fixed that most styles called trunc_pwd instead of truncpwd
* #167 (truncpwd):
change the way truncpwd obtains it's settings, so that it always
works as expected (and only loads them once)
* #168 (custom prompt builder):
fixed custom prompt builder not properly inserting default styles
into the textbuffers for further customization
* #169 (truncpwd):
when maximum length of pwd is 0 don't truncate it all.
* #170 (config):
when configuration file exists, but is broken, restore either vendor
or factory default configuration for the user
* #171 (wrappers):
if you felt brave enough to enable dirinfo wrappers, they still didn't
work properly, because of a change in the setup mechanism that wasn't
reflected in the wrappers
* #172 (clock-ad) (truncpwd):
when changing to a user not having BashStyle-NG set-up prompts were
incorrect, as some required settings for truncpwd, respectively
clock-ad's internal pwd-truncating function, were not set
* #173 (nx-rc):
on Debian GNU/Linux ensure that ~/.bashrc does not override BashStyle-NG's
PS1, by commenting-out the corresponding parts of the file
* #174 (assign):
fix assign function by making it an actual function, not a script
* #175 (check_opt):
make check_opt a script, so that other script can properly call it
* #176 (ruler):
new version of ruler function, working again
* #177 (grep):
make new grep "GREP_OPTIONS is deprecated" warning shut up
* #178 (show_mem):
use top instead of free (more precision, also avoids errors between
different free output format variants)
* #179 (configobj):
enforce configobj encoding to be utf8 to ensure everything works fine
* #180 (nanorc):
enabling syntax highlighting for GNU Nano did not work properly
* #181 (git):
allow git configuration to apply, if Bash configuration is not used
* #182 (birthday greetings):
fixup user birthday greeting message
* #183 (readline):
make Readline configuration properly apply, if Bash configuration is
not used (previously it would be created in the first new Bash session,
but not applied, so it (or changes to it) took until the second new
Bash session after program run to make readline configuration apply)

=== Wizard-Merge ===

*** the following options have been merged from the wizard into the main
application: colorshell, colorshell_reset, use_lscd, lscd_opts,
dd_noerror, restore_directory, debug_verbose, user_birthday,
git_user_name, git_user_mail, git_color, git_editor, git_aliases,
git_signkey,

*** everything but the above as been dropped.

=== New Features ===

* Keybindings (Emacs editing mode)
- This allows you to change 29 default bash/readline keybindings.
(2 of them are not used by default).
- Additionally theres a 30th, custom, keybinding: complete-path.
If you press the assigned key while the cursor is at the end of a
string resembling an executable, the complete path will be added to
the command line.

* New git aliases
- ls alias to git (prettified version of log)
- lsb alias to git (sort branches (local + remote) by last activity)

* treecd: option to use treecd in favor of builtin cd

=== Shell Functions ===

==== Improved Shell Functions ====

* lscd: various improvements. If a file is passed as arguement to lscd,
it will cd into the containing directory. New optional setting lscd_mkdir,
if True lscd will create the directory if it does not exist (or if it's
not a file which's directory we can cd into or not an -* cd parameter).

* treecd: fixes, turn into function instead of script

* crypt: crypt input string, instead of file
* random: more features
* randomfile: several improvements, more clear syntax
* all functions: --help message added

==== New Shell Functions ====

* loop function: loop for a colon-divided list (eg. PATH) and return
the full path if the second arguement is found inside any member of
the colon-divided list (similar to which, but for any provided list
and both files and directories)
* reload function: a clean function to reload .bashrc (x2cd)
* quickscript function: writes all commands in history to a file.
starting point is the last occurence of "###" (joedhon)
* ngroups function: system default 'groups' lists all user-groups you're in
ngroups lists all user-groups you're NOT in. (gniourf_gniourf)
* psgrep function: find process by name (flatcap)
* map function: takes a command with any number of arguments and applies
it to each item in a list. It's basically a shorthand way of writing a
for loop. (downdiagonal)
* movie2gif function: create GIF from a Movie (using FFMPEG)

=== Consolidated Shell Functions ===

* random, randompw
merged into: random
* progressbar, spin, spinner, spanner, working
merged into: progressbar
* cel2fah, cel2kel, fah2cel, fah2kel, kel2cel, kel2fah
merged into: convtemp
* bin2asc, bin2b32, bin2b64, bin2dec, bin2hex, bin2oct, bin2all
merged into: convbin
* dec2asc, dec2b32, dec2b64, dec2bin, dec2hex, dec2oct, dec2all
merged into: convdec
* asc2dec, asc2b32, asc2b64, asc2bin, asc2hex, asc2oct, asc2all
merged into: convasc
* hex2dec, hex2b32, hex2b64, hex2bin, hex2asc, hex2oct, hex2all
merged into: convhex
* oct2dec, oct2b32, oct2b64, oct2bin, oct2asc, oct2hex, oct2all
merged into: convoct
* l1, ll, lo, lm, lg, la, ols
merged into: list
* count_files, count_processes, show_battery_load, show_cpu_load,
show_ip, show_mem, show_size, show_space, show_system_infos,
show_system_load, show_tty, show_uptime
merged into: systemkit
* git_action, git_branch, git_bzip, git_clonehub, git_export, git_funmsg,
git_openhub, git_revision, git_revno, git_undelete, git_xz, git_zip
merged into: gitkit

==== Removed Shell Functions ====

The following aliases have been removed
rd, reload

The following shell functions have been removed
any2avi, repeat, repoadd, reporem, bookmark, unmark, xalias, xunalias,
xdel, d2u, u2d, top10, sawp, writeiso, geniso, up, jump, dirinfo, wipe,
exchange, flv2ogg

=== User Interface Changes ===

* improved user interface
- IconView for category selection
- close button added to Custom Prompt Builder (CPB) toolbox
- various deprecated widgets replaced by new ones (work in progress)
- explain git aliases in ui
- options now have a tooltip with a description on it's meaning (work in progress)

=== Configure 4.3.0 ===

* minor code improvements
* output message changes
* show version in --help
* improved error handling
* not just check if application exists, also check if it's executable
* move detection of system bashrc from Make to Configure

=== Make 1.0.0 ===

* various minor bugfixes
* more verbosity
* output message changes
* code cleanup and consolidation
* share code with Configure where useful
* add copyright header

=== Translations ===

* removed abandoned translations
- russian
- italian
- spanish
* updated german translation

=== Misc. Changes ===

* use less termcap variables instead of compiled terminfo files for colored
manpages (and other pager output)
* several improvements in "clock advanced" prompt style
* updated copyright notices 2007 - 2015
* removed unused CharName.pm perl module
* removed unused icons (bs-ng-extra, bs-ng-help, bs-ng-profile)




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 Uninstall program

 
 by socialinux on: Mar 23 2014
 
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How to uninstall BashStyle-NG
compiled from source?


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 Re: Uninstall program

 
 by Chrispy on: Mar 24 2014
 
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simply: make uninstall


never let your sense of moral interfere you at doing the right thing ^_^
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 Re: Re: Uninstall program

 
 by socialinux on: Mar 24 2014
 
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I had already tried.
Output is:
No rule to make target 'uninstall'


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 Re: Re: Re: Uninstall program

 
 by Chrispy on: Mar 24 2014
 
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? are you in the source directory? ... you may try

./make remove

aswell.


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