Unverified Commit b8b87a6e authored by Bruno Sutic's avatar Bruno Sutic
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Improve `irb` restore strategy

Fixes #21
parent 8cbc18e1
......@@ -5,6 +5,7 @@
sure vim does not contain `-S` flag
- enable restoring programs with arguments (e.g. "rails console") and also
processes that contain program name
- improve `irb` restore strategy
### v0.1.0, 2014-08-28
- refactor checking if saved tmux session exists
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# default processes that are restored
default_proc_list_option="@session-saver-default-processes"
default_proc_list='vi vim emacs man less more tail top htop irssi irb pry "~rails console"'
# User defined processes that are restored
# 'false' - nothing is restored
# ':all:' - all processes are restored
#
# user defined list of programs that are restored:
# 'my_program foo another_program'
restore_processes_option="@session-saver-processes"
restore_processes=""
# Defines part of the user variable. Example usage:
# set -g @session-saver-strategy-vim "session"
restore_process_strategy_option="@session-saver-strategy-"
restore_pane_processes_enabled() {
local restore_processes="$(get_tmux_option "$restore_processes_option" "$restore_processes")"
if [ "$restore_processes" == "false" ]; then
......
......@@ -2,6 +2,7 @@
CURRENT_DIR="$( cd "$( dirname "${BASH_SOURCE[0]}" )" && pwd )"
source "$CURRENT_DIR/variables.sh"
source "$CURRENT_DIR/helpers.sh"
source "$CURRENT_DIR/process_restore_helpers.sh"
source "$CURRENT_DIR/spinner_helpers.sh"
......
# key bindings
default_save_key="M-s"
save_option="@session-saver-save"
default_restore_key="M-r"
restore_option="@session-saver-restore"
# default processes that are restored
default_proc_list_option="@session-saver-default-processes"
default_proc_list='vi vim emacs man less more tail top htop irssi irb pry "~rails console"'
# User defined processes that are restored
# 'false' - nothing is restored
# ':all:' - all processes are restored
#
# user defined list of programs that are restored:
# 'my_program foo another_program'
restore_processes_option="@session-saver-processes"
restore_processes=""
# Defines part of the user variable. Example usage:
# set -g @session-saver-strategy-vim "session"
restore_process_strategy_option="@session-saver-strategy-"
......@@ -2,14 +2,9 @@
CURRENT_DIR="$( cd "$( dirname "${BASH_SOURCE[0]}" )" && pwd )"
source "$CURRENT_DIR/scripts/variables.sh"
source "$CURRENT_DIR/scripts/helpers.sh"
default_save_key="M-s"
save_option="@session-saver-save"
default_restore_key="M-r"
restore_option="@session-saver-restore"
set_save_bindings() {
local key_bindings=$(get_tmux_option "$save_option" "$default_save_key")
local key
......@@ -26,8 +21,13 @@ set_restore_bindings() {
done
}
set_default_strategies() {
tmux set-option -g "${restore_process_strategy_option}irb" "default_strategy"
}
main() {
set_save_bindings
set_restore_bindings
set_default_strategies
}
main
#!/usr/bin/env bash
# "irb default strategy"
#
# Example irb process with junk variables:
# irb RBENV_VERSION=1.9.3-p429 GREP_COLOR=34;47 TERM_PROGRAM=Apple_Terminal
#
# When executed, the above will fail. This strategy handles that.
ORIGINAL_COMMAND="$1"
DIRECTORY="$2"
original_command_wo_junk_vars() {
echo "$ORIGINAL_COMMAND" |
sed 's/RBENV_VERSION[^ ]*//' |
sed 's/GREP_COLOR[^ ]*//' |
sed 's/TERM_PROGRAM[^ ]*//'
}
main() {
echo "$(original_command_wo_junk_vars)"
}
main
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