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BashStyle-NG

   8.4  

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BashStyle-NG
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Homepage:  Link
Minimum required   GTK 3.x
Downloads:  2289
Submitted:  Feb 5 2008
Updated:  Mar 20 2014

Description:

BashStyle-NG is a graphical tool for changing the behaviour of GNU Bash, Readline, Vim and Nano (see 2nd/3rd screenshot). It also shipps a huge scriptchain which extends your abilities.

The huge scriptchain is used internally by the different styles shipped, but of course may also be used externally by your scripts.

Basically everything should be documented (might not be the case for GIT).

Internal Styles shipped: 12

Translations: german, italian, russian, spanish

Installation:
./configure
make
sudo make install

Have Fun!




Changelog:

Overview of changes in v8.4 "Mind The Gap"

=== NOTES ===

* BashStyle-NG uses ConfigObj for storing configuration. Since
version 5.0.0 ConfigObj supports Python 3.2 and 3.3. If your
distribution ships an older version of ConfigObj, use the
--python=/path/to/python2 configure flag to ensure python2 is
being used.

=== Bug fixes ===

* #148 (alias):
fix aliases #8 and #9 set from UI weren't setup on Bash
* #149 (count_files):
-f/+f and -d/+d params were exchanged
* #150 (debian):
make bashstyle-ng exlicitely depend on python-configobj
* #151 (make):
fix generating pot file for bs-ng-wizard
* #152 (configure):
fix detection of python version if it's an release-candidate
* #153 (python3):
full python3 support (ConfigObj only supports 3.2 and 3.3 officially)

=== New Features ===

* direxpand: Bash >= 4.3 features a new shopt: direxpand. Enabling this
causes Bash to expand directory names in completion like
Bash 4.1 did.
* globasciiranges: Bash >= 4.3 features a new shop: globasciirange.
Enabling this causes Bash to use character ordering
like in the C locale when globbing ranges.
* show-mode-in-prompt: New readline option to show the current editing
mode in the prompt

=== Misc. Changes ===

* minor UI improvement (tabs on the left, smaller icons on tabs,
text below icons on tab)
* add "Report Bugs" button to the about dialog
* updated and completed german translation

* configure 4.2.3: add --bashrc option to pass a specific system
wide bashrc (required for bashstyle-ng init)

* bump supported python versions to 3.3 (only if you have ConfigObj 5)




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 Good one!

 
 by spktkpkt on: Mar 9 2008
 
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Very useful.

One thing: The 5th alias don't work.


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 Re: Good one!

 
 by Chrispy on: Mar 9 2008
 
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Thanks. I've found the issue, here's a temporary fix:

sed -e 's/\"alias/alias\ \"/g' -i /usr/share/bashstyle-ng/system/nx-rc


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 Re: Re: Good one!

 
 by spktkpkt on: Mar 9 2008
 
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Thank you. :)


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 error

 
 by radzi on: Mar 16 2008
 
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igot this error..

No value set for `/apps/bashstyle/font_color' [ 08:06:37 ]
No value set for `/apps/bashstyle/readline/bellstyle'
No value set for `/apps/bashstyle/readline/bellstyle'
No value set for `/apps/bashstyle/readline/bellstyle'
No value set for `/apps/bashstyle/readline/scroll_h'
No value set for `/apps/bashstyle/readline/hidden'
No value set for `/apps/bashstyle/readline/editing_mode'
bash: alias: ../cd ../: not found
No value set for `/apps/bashstyle/tmout'
[ reez @ alexenderreez : /home/reez ]


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 error

 
 by radzi on: Mar 16 2008
 
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i try to set it...but i guess i miss a few-->

No value set for `/apps/bashstyle/font_color' [ 08:15:44 ]
No value set for `/apps/bashstyle/readline/scroll_h'
No value set for `/apps/bashstyle/readline/hidden'
No value set for `/apps/bashstyle/readline/editing_mode'
[ reez @ alexenderreez : /home/reez ]


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 Re: error

 
 by Chrispy on: Mar 16 2008
 
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You need to either logout or kill the gconfd-2 (via killall gconfd-2)


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 another error

 
 by PhotonX on: May 4 2008
 
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Hey,

a nice tool! But I get the following error on terminal start:

bash: None: command not found
/usr/bin/truncpwd: line 35: [: None: integer expression expected

The second line appears again on each command.

Also I get NonehomeNonephoton instead of /home/photon in some styles.

Also strangely the color settings don't change the font color (it's always black) but the background color.


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 Re: another error

 
 by Chrispy on: May 4 2008
 
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Hmm. I've sent you a PM.

I don't have that problems.


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 Re: another error

 
 by Chrispy on: May 4 2008
 
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Issue is solved. A really rare bug. [perhaps a broken pipe upon installation?]

For anyone who also has the "luck" to have that problem:

sudo make uninstall or dpkg --purge bashstyle-ng [depending on how you installed it]

rm -rf $HOME/.gconf/apps/bashstyle

re-install and you're done


I'm bigger and boulder and rougher and tougher in other words sucker there is no other
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 Interesting....

 
 by moeenn on: Mar 8 2010
 
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I donot really know what this is but it is definitely something awesome.....

Rated up..


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 Re: Interesting....

 
 by Chrispy on: Mar 8 2010
 
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:D

It's a set of functions and stuff, to modify your bash, you can se a "pimped" bash prompt in the screenshot. Besides it also contains a graphical setup tool.

You can read the docs for more infos (documentation/index.html in the tarball)


never let your sense of moral interfere you at doing the right thing ^_^
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 error ..another ?

 
 by bretzel on: Jan 17 2011
 
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glib.GError: Failed to open file '/share/bashstyle-ng/ui/bashstyle7.ui

uh... there is no `/share` shouldn't be `/usr/share/...` ????



./configure ( even with --prefix=/usr )



and btw the file/subdir is actually correctly in `/usr/`share/...`

thanks


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 Re: error ..another ?

 
 by bretzel on: Jan 17 2011
 
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Digged a bit and just added ugly hack simple '/usr/[.....' on line 157 in bs-ng py file...

thus 'PREFIX' is empty
( Fedora 14 x64 in VMWare )


thanks again :-)


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 Re: Re: error ..another ?

 
 by Chrispy on: Jan 18 2011
 
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? Normall BS-NG detects the prefix on-the-fly... what happens when you run this manually?:

pkg-config --variable=prefix bashstyle-ng


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