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Shinryuu Feb 24, 2014 (wms/herbstluft)

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#!/bin/bash

# this is a simple config for herbstluftwm

hc() {
    herbstclient "$@"
}

hc emit_hook reload
#nitrogen --restore &

# remove all existing keybindings
hc keyunbind --all

# keybindings
Mod=Mod1    # Use alt as the main modifier

#herbstclient load ${TAG_NAMES[0]} '(clients max:0)'

# tags
TAG_NAMES=( term web img herb null foo )
TAG_KEYS=( {1..6} 0 )

hc rename default "${TAG_NAMES[0]}" || true
for i in ${!TAG_NAMES[@]} ; do
    hc add "${TAG_NAMES[$i]}"
    key="${TAG_KEYS[$i]}"
    if ! [ -z "$key" ] ; then
        hc keybind "Control-$key" use_index "$i"
        hc keybind "$Mod-Shift-$key" move_index "$i"
    fi
done

# custom commands
hc keybind $Mod-p spawn dmenu_run
hc keybind $Mod-1 spawn dwb
hc keybind $Mod-2 spawn mygtkmenu /home/shn/.menu
hc keybind $Mod-3 spawn gimp
hc keybind $Mod-Shift-Return spawn termite

hc keybind $Mod-Shift-q quit
hc keybind $Mod-Shift-r reload
hc keybind $Mod-Shift-c close

# gaps
hc keybind $Mod-section pad 0 16 0 0
hc keybind $Mod-apostrophe pad 0 0 0 0

# xcmenu aka. loliclip
hc keybind Control-adiaeresis spawn xcmenuctrl
hc keybind Control-odiaeresis spawn lolimpdnu

# herbstluftwm layout manager
hc keybind Control-section spawn ~/bin/hlwm_lm.sh load
hc keybind Control-apostrophe spawn ~/bin/hlwm_lm.sh save

# focusing clients
hc keybind $Mod-j     focus left
hc keybind $Mod-k     focus down
hc keybind $Mod-i     focus up
hc keybind $Mod-l     focus right

# moving clients
hc keybind $Mod-Shift-Left  shift left
hc keybind $Mod-Shift-Down  shift down
hc keybind $Mod-Shift-Up    shift up
hc keybind $Mod-Shift-Right shift right
hc keybind $Mod-Shift-h     shift left
hc keybind $Mod-Shift-j     shift down
hc keybind $Mod-Shift-k     shift up
hc keybind $Mod-Shift-l     shift right

# splitting frames
# create an empty frame at the specified direction
hc keybind $Mod-w       split   bottom  0.5
hc keybind $Mod-q       split   right   0.5
# let the current frame explode into subframes
hc keybind $Mod-e split explode

# resizing frames
resizestep=0.01
hc keybind Control-j		resize left +$resizestep
hc keybind Control-k		resize down +$resizestep
hc keybind Control-i		resize up +$resizestep
hc keybind Control-l		resize right +$resizestep
hc keybind $Mod-Control-Left    resize left +$resizestep
hc keybind $Mod-Control-Down    resize down +$resizestep
hc keybind $Mod-Control-Up      resize up +$resizestep
hc keybind $Mod-Control-Right   resize right +$resizestep

# cycle through tags
hc keybind $Mod-adiaeresis use_index +1 --skip-visible
hc keybind $Mod-odiaeresis use_index -1 --skip-visible

# layouting
hc keybind $Mod-r remove
hc keybind $Mod-Shift-Tab cycle_layout 1
hc keybind $Mod-Shift-f floating toggle
hc keybind $Mod-Shift-m fullscreen toggle
hc keybind $Mod-Shift-p pseudotile toggle

# mouse
#hc mouseunbind --all
hc mousebind $Mod-Button1 move
hc mousebind $Mod-Button2 zoom
hc mousebind $Mod-Button3 resize

# focus
hc keybind Control-period   cycle_monitor
hc keybind $Mod-Tab         cycle_all +1
hc keybind $Mod-Shift-Tab   cycle_all -1
hc keybind $Mod-c cycle
hc keybind $Mod-u jumpto urgent

# colors
hc set frame_border_active_color '#303030'
hc set frame_border_normal_color '#1f1f22'
hc set frame_bg_active_color '#303033'
hc set frame_bg_normal_color '#1f1f22'
hc set window_border_active_color '#303033'
hc set window_border_normal_color '#1f1f22'
hc set window_border_urgent_color '#4cdcd4'
hc set frame_border_width 2
hc set window_border_width 1
hc set window_border_inner_width 0
hc set always_show_frame 0
hc set frame_gap 0
hc set frame_bg_transparent 1

# add overlapping window borders
hc set window_gap 0
hc set frame_padding 0
hc set smart_window_surroundings 0
hc set smart_frame_surroundings 1
hc set mouse_recenter_gap 0

# rules
hc unrule -F
#hc rule class=XTerm tag=3 # move all xterms to tag 3
hc rule focus=on # normally do not focus new clients
# give focus to most common terminals
hc rule class~'(.*[Rr]xvt.*|.*[Tt]erm|Konsole)' focus=on
hc rule windowtype~'_NET_WM_WINDOW_TYPE_(DIALOG|UTILITY|SPLASH)' pseudotile=on
hc rule windowtype='_NET_WM_WINDOW_TYPE_DIALOG' focus=on
hc rule windowtype~'_NET_WM_WINDOW_TYPE_(NOTIFICATION|DOCK)' manage=off

hc rule class=Dwb tag=term focus=on
hc rule class=mpv tag=term focus=on
hc rule class=wine tag=term focus=on

# unlock, just to be sure
hc unlock

herbstclient set tree_style '╾│ ├└╼─┐'

# do multi monitor setup here, e.g.:
#hc set_monitors 1280x1024+0+0 1920x1080+1280+0
# or simply:
hc detect_monitors

## panel for main monitor -- ignore second monitor
# hc pad 0 14 0 0 0

# find the panel
panel=~/.config/herbstluftwm/panel.sh
[ -x "$panel" ] || panel=/etc/xdg/herbstluftwm/panel.sh
for monitor in $(herbstclient list_monitors | cut -d: -f1) ; do
    # start it on each monitor
    "$panel" &
done

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panel.sh(raw, dl)

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#!/bin/bash

# disable path name expansion or * will be expanded in the line
# cmd=( $line )

# easter eggs
sep_m="%{B#292929}%{F#833228}  %{F-}%{B-}"
sep_v="%{B#292929}%{F#596875}  %{F-}%{B-}"
sep_d="%{B#292929}%{F#8c5b3e}  %{F-}%{B-}"
sep_c="%{B#292929}%{F#917154}  %{F-}%{B-}"

set -f

function uniq_linebuffered() {
    awk -W interactive '$0 != l { print ; l=$0 ; fflush(); }' "$@"
}

monitor=${1:-0}

herbstclient pad $monitor 16

funtion statusbar
{
    # events:
    mpc idleloop player | cat &
    
    # date
    while true ; do
        date +'date_min %H:%M'
        sleep 1 || break
    done > >(uniq_linebuffered) &
    date_pid=$!
    
    while true ; do
	echo "vol $(amixer get Master | tail -1 | sed 's/.*\[\([0-9]*%\)\].*/\1/')%"
	sleep 1 || break
    done > >(uniq_linebuffered) &
    volume_pid=$!

    # hlwm events
    herbstclient --idle

    # exiting; kill stray event-emitting processes
    kill $date_pid $mpd_pid
} 2> /dev/null | {
    TAGS=( $(herbstclient tag_status $monitor) )
    unset TAGS[${#TAGS[@]}]
    date_min="--"
    nowplaying="nothing to see here"
    windowtitle="...what have you done?"
    visible=true

    while true ; do
        echo -n "%{l}"
        for i in "${TAGS[@]}" ; do
            case ${i:0:1} in
                '#') # current tag
                    echo -n "%{B#833228}"
                    ;;
                '+') # active on other monitor
                    echo -n "%{B#917154}"
                    ;;
                ':')
                    echo -n "%{B-}"
                    ;;
                '!') # urgent tag
                    echo -n "%{B#917154}"
                    ;;
                *)
                    echo -n "%{B-}"
                    ;;
            esac
            echo -n " ${i:1} "
        done
	
	echo -n "%{c}$sep_c%{B#292929} ${windowtitle//^/^^} %{B-}"
	
        # align right
        echo -n "%{r}"
	echo -n "$sep_m"
	echo -n " $nowplaying "
        echo -n "$sep_v"
        echo -n " $volume "
        echo -n "$sep_d"
        echo -n " $date_min "
        echo " "
        # wait for next event
        read line || break
        cmd=( $line ) 
        # find out event origin
        case "${cmd[0]}" in
            tag*)
                TAGS=( $(herbstclient tag_status $monitor) )
                unset TAGS[${#TAGS[@]}]
                ;;
            vol)
                volume="${cmd[@]:1}"
                ;;
            date_min)
                date_min="${cmd[@]:1}"
                ;;
	    mpd_player|player)
                nowplaying="$(mpc current -f '%artist% - %title%')"
                ;;
		focus_changed|window_title_changed)
                windowtitle="${cmd[@]:2}"
                ;;
            quit_panel)
                exit
                ;;
            reload)
                exit
                ;;
        esac
    done
} 2> /dev/null | bar -g x16+1280 -B "#1f1f22" -F '#a8a8a8' -f '*-stlarch-medium-r-*-*-10-*-*-*-*-*-*-*,-*-cure.se-medium-r-*-*-11-*-*-*-*-*-*-*' $1
 

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Notes

I love to fiddle with things so I migrated from monsterwm to herbstluftwm. This is my random setup I have been working on for a while. Panel is lemonboy’s (wip branch) bar so config.def.h is not needed anymore (everyhing is dynamic). I use a layout manager (a bash script) to keep things in order and you can get it from herbstluftwm’s home page.

You can grab my terminal colors from here, http://dotshare.it/dots/737/

fonts:
stlarch (..icons), berry and cure.se

applications:
irc = weechat
text editor = vim
terminal = termite
video player = mpv
visualizer = mpdviz
file manager = ranger
panel = bar (wip branch)
music player = mpd + ncmpcpp

Comments

Alphanumerix said about 3 years ago

panel.sh: line 22: You have a typo: funtion –> function.

And small notice for arch/manjaro/etc users: bar panel is available in AUR, search for package “bar-aint-recursive”. Binary name is different, so You have to link bar-aint-recursive to bar (not very smart, imho) or edit panel.sh and change binary name in there.

@op: Great job! :) Thanks for sharing!

edited about 3 years ago

Jhin said about 10 months ago

This is the most beautiful theme i’ve ever seen.

edited about 10 months ago