Source code for

# vim:fileencoding=utf-8:noet
from __future__ import (unicode_literals, division, absolute_import, print_function)

from powerline.theme import requires_segment_info
from powerline.segments import with_docstring
from powerline.segments.common.env import CwdSegment
from powerline.lib.unicode import out_u

[docs]@requires_segment_info def jobnum(pl, segment_info, show_zero=False): '''Return the number of jobs. :param bool show_zero: If False (default) shows nothing if there are no jobs. Otherwise shows zero for no jobs. ''' jobnum = segment_info['args'].jobnum if jobnum is None or (not show_zero and jobnum == 0): return None else: return str(jobnum)
[docs]@requires_segment_info def last_status(pl, segment_info): '''Return last exit code. Highlight groups used: ``exit_fail`` ''' if not segment_info['args'].last_exit_code: return None return [{'contents': str(segment_info['args'].last_exit_code), 'highlight_groups': ['exit_fail']}]
[docs]@requires_segment_info def last_pipe_status(pl, segment_info): '''Return last pipe status. Highlight groups used: ``exit_fail``, ``exit_success`` ''' last_pipe_status = ( segment_info['args'].last_pipe_status or (segment_info['args'].last_exit_code,) ) if any(last_pipe_status): return [ { 'contents': str(status), 'highlight_groups': ['exit_fail' if status else 'exit_success'], 'draw_inner_divider': True } for status in last_pipe_status ] else: return None
[docs]@requires_segment_info def mode(pl, segment_info, override={'vicmd': 'COMMND', 'viins': 'INSERT'}, default=None): '''Return the current mode. :param dict override: dict for overriding mode strings. :param str default: If current mode is equal to this string then this segment will not get displayed. If not specified the value is taken from ``$POWERLINE_DEFAULT_MODE`` variable. This variable is set by zsh bindings for any mode that does not start from ``vi``. ''' mode = segment_info.get('mode', None) if not mode: pl.debug('No mode specified') return None default = default or segment_info.get('default_mode', None) if mode == default: return None try: return override[mode] except KeyError: # Note: with zsh line editor you can emulate as much modes as you wish. # Thus having unknown mode is not an error: maybe just some developer # added support for his own zle widgets. As there is no built-in mode() # function like in VimL and mode is likely be defined by our code or by # somebody knowing what he is doing there is absolutely no need in # keeping translations dictionary. return mode.upper()
[docs]@requires_segment_info def continuation(pl, segment_info, omit_cmdsubst=True, right_align=False, renames={}): '''Display parser state. :param bool omit_cmdsubst: Do not display cmdsubst parser state if it is the last one. :param bool right_align: Align to the right. :param dict renames: Rename states: ``{old_name : new_name}``. If ``new_name`` is ``None`` then given state is not displayed. Highlight groups used: ``continuation``, ``continuation:current``. ''' if not segment_info.get('parser_state'): return [{ 'contents': '', 'width': 'auto', 'highlight_groups': ['continuation:current', 'continuation'], }] ret = [] for state in segment_info['parser_state'].split(): state = renames.get(state, state) if state: ret.append({ 'contents': state, 'highlight_groups': ['continuation'], 'draw_inner_divider': True, }) if omit_cmdsubst and ret[-1]['contents'] == 'cmdsubst': ret.pop(-1) if not ret: ret.append({ 'contents': '' }) if right_align: ret[0].update(width='auto', align='r') ret[-1]['highlight_groups'] = ['continuation:current', 'continuation'] else: ret[-1].update(width='auto', align='l', highlight_groups=['continuation:current', 'continuation']) return ret
@requires_segment_info class ShellCwdSegment(CwdSegment): def get_shortened_path(self, pl, segment_info, use_shortened_path=True, **kwargs): if use_shortened_path: try: return out_u(segment_info['shortened_path']) except KeyError: pass return super(ShellCwdSegment, self).get_shortened_path(pl, segment_info, **kwargs) cwd = with_docstring(ShellCwdSegment(), '''Return the current working directory. Returns a segment list to create a breadcrumb-like effect. :param int dir_shorten_len: shorten parent directory names to this length (e.g. :file:`/long/path/to/powerline` → :file:`/l/p/t/powerline`) :param int dir_limit_depth: limit directory depth to this number (e.g. :file:`/long/path/to/powerline` → :file:`⋯/to/powerline`) :param bool use_path_separator: Use path separator in place of soft divider. :param bool use_shortened_path: Use path from shortened_path ``--renderer-arg`` argument. If this argument is present ``shorten_home`` argument is ignored. :param bool shorten_home: Shorten home directory to ``~``. :param str ellipsis: Specifies what to use in place of omitted directories. Use None to not show this subsegment at all. Divider highlight group used: ``cwd:divider``. Highlight groups used: ``cwd:current_folder`` or ``cwd``. It is recommended to define all highlight groups. ''')