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commit 156fdbb54101cdf1f72b4337e15633d40bbe30ee
parent 4e028de3d56cdf464506dea763f4afc56c23ace1
Author: Cem Keylan <cem@ckyln.com>
Date:   Mon,  7 Oct 2019 11:34:12 +0300

add lfrc

Diffstat:
A.config/lf/lfrc | 104+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
1 file changed, 104 insertions(+), 0 deletions(-)

diff --git a/.config/lf/lfrc b/.config/lf/lfrc @@ -0,0 +1,104 @@ +# interpreter for shell commands (needs to be POSIX compatible) +set shell zsh + +# set '-eu' options for shell commands +# These options are used to have safer shell commands. Option '-e' is used to +# exit on error and option '-u' is used to give error for unset variables. +# Option '-f' disables pathname expansion which can be useful when $f, $fs, and +# $fx variables contain names with '*' or '?' characters. However, this option +# is used selectively within individual commands as it can be limiting at +# times. +set shellopts '-eu' + +# set internal field separator (IFS) to "\n" for shell commands +# This is useful to automatically split file names in $fs and $fx properly +# since default file separator used in these variables (i.e. 'filesep' option) +# is newline. You need to consider the values of these options and create your +# commands accordingly. +set ifs "\n" + +# leave some space at the top and the bottom of the screen +set scrolloff 10 + +# use enter for shell commands +map <enter> shell + +# execute current file (must be executable) +map x $$f +map X !$f + +# dedicated keys for file opener actions +map o &mimeopen $f +map O $mimeopen --ask $f + +set number +set relativenumber + +map '<bs>' set hidden! + +# define a custom 'open' command +# This command is called when current file is not a directory. You may want to +# use either file extensions and/or mime types here. Below uses an editor for +# text files and a file opener for the rest. +cmd open ${{ + case $(file --mime-type $f -b) in + text/*) $EDITOR $fx;; + *) for f in $fx; do $OPENER $f > /dev/null 2> /dev/null & done;; + esac +}} + +# define a custom 'rename' command without prompt for overwrite +# cmd rename %[ -e $1 ] && printf "file exists" || mv $f $1 +# map r push :rename<space> + +# make sure trash folder exists +# %mkdir -p ~/.trash + +# move current file or selected files to trash folder +# (also see 'man mv' for backup/overwrite options) +cmd trash %set -f; mv $fx ~/.trash + +# define a custom 'delete' command +cmd delete ${{ + set -f + printf "$fx\n" + printf "delete?[y/n]" + read ans + [ $ans = "y" ] && rm -rf $fx +}} + +# use '<delete>' key for either 'trash' or 'delete' command +# map <delete> trash +map <delete> trash + +# extract the current file with the right command +# (xkcd link: https://xkcd.com/1168/) +cmd extract ${{ + set -f + case $f in + *.tar.bz|*.tar.bz2|*.tbz|*.tbz2) tar xjvf $f;; + *.tar.gz|*.tgz) tar xzvf $f;; + *.tar.xz|*.txz) tar xJvf $f;; + *.zip) unzip $f;; + *.rar) unrar x $f;; + *.7z) 7z x $f;; + esac +}} + +# compress current file or selected files with tar and gunzip +cmd tar ${{ + set -f + mkdir $1 + cp -r $fx $1 + tar czf $1.tar.gz $1 + rm -rf $1 +}} + +# compress current file or selected files with zip +cmd zip ${{ + set -f + mkdir $1 + cp -r $fx $1 + zip -r $1.zip $1 + rm -rf $1 +}}