Added config files for lf

_N0x 3 years ago
parent c4eefe82ac
commit 72ce46d802

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cd ~
git clone >LinkToThisRepo<
cd dotfiles
# Remove
stow *

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export LF_ICONS="\

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# show hidden files
set hidden true
set icons
# interpreter for shell commands (needs to be POSIX compatible)
set shell sh
# 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> open
# 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
# 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
#PDF handling
image/vnd.djvu|application/pdf|application/octet-stream|application/vnd*|application/epub*) setsid -f zathura $fx >/dev/null 2>&1 ;;
#Text handling
text/*) $EDITOR $fx;;
#Image handling
image/*) sxiv -a $fx 2>/dev/null ;;
*) for f in $fx; do setsid $OPENER $f > /dev/null 2> /dev/null & done;;
# 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> delete
# extract the current file with the right command
# (xkcd link:
cmd extract ${{
set -f
case $f in
*|*.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;;
# 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
rm -rf $1

@ -11,6 +11,8 @@ if [[ -r "${XDG_CACHE_HOME:-$HOME/.cache}/p10k-instant-prompt-${(%):-%n}.zsh" ]]
# Path to your oh-my-zsh installation.
export ZSH="/home/n0x/.oh-my-zsh"
@ -36,5 +38,6 @@ alias vim="nvim"
# To customize prompt, run `p10k configure` or edit ~/.p10k.zsh.
[[ ! -f ~/.p10k.zsh ]] || source ~/.p10k.zsh
[ -f ~/.config/lf/icons ] && source ~/.config/lf/icons
eval $(thefuck --alias)
#eval $(thefuck --alias)