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This zsh script handles the right side of my statusbar. It shows my system using uname, my currently playing song from XMMS2, and the date and time.
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This script handles the right side of my statusbar. It shows my system using uname, my currently playing song from XMMS2, and the date and time.
   
<pre>#!/usr/bin/env zsh
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<pre>#!/bin/sh
   
 
UPDATE=1
 
UPDATE=1
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while :; do
 
while :; do
 
DATE=`date +"%a %B %d, %I:%M %p"`
 
DATE=`date +"%a %B %d, %I:%M %p"`
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BATTERY=`sysctl -n hw.acpi.battery.life`
 
# if xmms2d is running
 
# if xmms2d is running
if [[ -n `pgrep xmms2d` ]]; then
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if pgrep xmms2d > /dev/null ; then
 
# another if statement, stopped or not
 
# another if statement, stopped or not
if [[ `nyxmms2 status` =~ '^Stopped: ' ]]; then
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if [ `nyxmms2 status -f "\\${playback_status}"` = "Stopped" ]; then
 
XMMS2=" ^fg(green)XMMS2 is stopped^fg() |"
 
XMMS2=" ^fg(green)XMMS2 is stopped^fg() |"
 
else
 
else
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XMMS2=""
 
XMMS2=""
 
fi
 
fi
echo "^fg(red)$SYSTEM^fg() |$XMMS2 ^fg(orange)$DATE^fg()"
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echo "^fg(red)$SYSTEM^fg() |$XMMS2 ^fg(#00FFFF)$BATTERY%^fg() | ^fg(orange)$DATE^fg() "
 
sleep $UPDATE
 
sleep $UPDATE
done | dzen2 -fn '-*-terminus-medium-r-*-*-12-*-*-*-*-*-*-*' -bg '#222222' -fg '#aaaaaa' -w 1370 -ta r -x 950
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done | dzen2 -fn '-*-terminus-medium-r-*-*-12-*-*-*-*-*-*-*' -bg '#222222' -fg '#aaaaaa' -w 840 -ta r -x 840
 
</pre>
 
</pre>

Revision as of 20:11, 15 August 2009

This script handles the right side of my statusbar. It shows my system using uname, my currently playing song from XMMS2, and the date and time.

#!/bin/sh

UPDATE=1
SYSTEM=`uname -sr`

while :; do
    DATE=`date +"%a %B %d, %I:%M %p"`
    BATTERY=`sysctl -n hw.acpi.battery.life`
    # if xmms2d is running
    if pgrep xmms2d > /dev/null ; then
        # another if statement, stopped or not
        if [ `nyxmms2 status -f "\\${playback_status}"` = "Stopped" ]; then
            XMMS2=" ^fg(green)XMMS2 is stopped^fg() |"
        else
            XMMS2=" ^fg(green)`nyxmms2 status | grep -Eo '^[^:]+:[^:]+'`^fg() |"
        fi
    else
        XMMS2=""
    fi
    echo "^fg(red)$SYSTEM^fg() |$XMMS2 ^fg(#00FFFF)$BATTERY%^fg() | ^fg(orange)$DATE^fg() "
    sleep $UPDATE
done | dzen2 -fn '-*-terminus-medium-r-*-*-12-*-*-*-*-*-*-*' -bg '#222222' -fg '#aaaaaa' -w 840 -ta r -x 840