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# Dracula theme for Kakoune
# https://draculatheme.com/kakoune
#
# Color palette
# https://spec.draculatheme.com
#
# Template
# https://github.com/mawww/kakoune/blob/master/colors/default.kak
#
# Faces
# https://github.com/mawww/kakoune/blob/master/doc/pages/faces.asciidoc
#
# A fully speccompliant theme implementation:
# https://draculatheme.com/visual-studio-code
# https://github.com/dracula/visual-studio-code/blob/master/src/dracula.yml
#
# A list of files to open in Kakoune and VS Code:
# C++ ⇒ https://github.com/mawww/kakoune/tree/master/src
# AsciiDoc ⇒ https://github.com/mawww/kakoune/tree/master/doc
# Color palette ────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────
# Standard
declare-option str background '282a36'
declare-option str foreground 'f8f8f2'
declare-option str selection '44475a'
declare-option str comment '6272a4'
declare-option str red 'ff5555'
declare-option str orange 'ffb86c'
declare-option str yellow 'f1fa8c'
declare-option str green '50fa7b'
declare-option str purple 'bd93f9'
declare-option str cyan '8be9fd'
declare-option str pink 'ff79c6'
# ANSI
declare-option str black '21222c'
declare-option str red 'ff5555'
declare-option str green '50fa7b'
declare-option str yellow 'f1fa8c'
declare-option str blue 'bd93f9'
declare-option str magenta 'ff79c6'
declare-option str cyan '8be9fd'
declare-option str white 'f8f8f2'
declare-option str bright_black '6272a4'
declare-option str bright_red 'ff6e6e'
declare-option str bright_green '69ff94'
declare-option str bright_yellow 'ffffa5'
declare-option str bright_blue 'd6acff'
declare-option str bright_magenta 'ff92df'
declare-option str bright_cyan 'a4ffff'
declare-option str bright_white 'ffffff'
# Alpha blending
declare-option str cursor_alpha '80'
declare-option str selection_alpha '40'
# UI variants
# <https://github.com/dracula/visual-studio-code/blob/master/src/dracula.yml#:~:text=UI Variants>
declare-option str background_lighter '424450'
declare-option str background_light '343746'
declare-option str background_dark '21222c'
declare-option str background_darker '191a21'
# Other
# https://github.com/dracula/visual-studio-code/blob/master/src/dracula.yml#:~:text=other
declare-option str non_text "%opt{background_light}"
# Template ─────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────
# For code
set-face global value "rgb:%opt{purple}" # C++ ⇒ int number = [42];
set-face global type "rgb:%opt{pink}" # C++ ⇒ [int] main() { ... }
set-face global variable "rgb:%opt{cyan}" # Makefile ⇒ [install]:
set-face global module "rgb:%opt{yellow}" # C++ ⇒ #include [<stdio.h>]
set-face global function "rgb:%opt{green}" # https://spec.draculatheme.com#FunctionNames
set-face global string "rgb:%opt{yellow}" # https://spec.draculatheme.com#String
set-face global keyword "rgb:%opt{pink}" # https://spec.draculatheme.com#Keyword
set-face global operator "rgb:%opt{pink}" # Shell ⇒ true [&&] false
set-face global attribute "rgb:%opt{pink}" # C++ ⇒ [enum] Color { ... };
set-face global comment "rgb:%opt{comment}" # https://spec.draculatheme.com#Comment
set-face global documentation comment # Rust ⇒ /// Returns `true`.
set-face global meta "rgb:%opt{pink}" # C++ ⇒ [#include] <stdio.h>
set-face global builtin "rgb:%opt{cyan}+i" # https://spec.draculatheme.com#Support
# Diffs
# https://spec.draculatheme.com#sec-Diffs
set-face global DiffText "rgb:%opt{comment}"
set-face global DiffHeader "rgb:%opt{comment}"
set-face global DiffInserted "rgb:%opt{green},rgba:%opt{green}20" # https://github.com/dracula/visual-studio-code/blob/master/src/dracula.yml#:~:text=diffEditor.insertedTextBackground
set-face global DiffDeleted "rgb:%opt{red},rgba:%opt{red}50" # https://github.com/dracula/visual-studio-code/blob/master/src/dracula.yml#:~:text=diffEditor.removedTextBackground
set-face global DiffChanged "rgb:%opt{orange}"
# For markup
set-face global title "rgb:%opt{purple}+b" # AsciiDoc ⇒ = Document title — https://spec.draculatheme.com#MarkupHeading
set-face global header "rgb:%opt{purple}+b" # AsciiDoc ⇒ == Section title — https://spec.draculatheme.com#MarkupHeading
set-face global mono "rgb:%opt{green}" # AsciiDoc ⇒ `code` — https://spec.draculatheme.com#MarkupInlineCode
set-face global block "rgb:%opt{orange}" # AsciiDoc ⇒ [----][code][----] — https://spec.draculatheme.com#MarkupCodeBlockWithoutSyntax
set-face global link "rgb:%opt{cyan}" # Markdown ⇒ <https://draculatheme.com> — https://spec.draculatheme.com#MarkupLinkUrl
set-face global bullet "rgb:%opt{cyan}" # https://spec.draculatheme.com#MarkupListBulletOrNumber
set-face global list "rgb:%opt{foreground}" # AsciiDoc ⇒ - [item]
# Builtin faces
set-face global Default "rgb:%opt{foreground},rgb:%opt{background}" # Editor background
set-face global PrimarySelection "default,rgba:%opt{pink}%opt{selection_alpha}" # Pink (alpha-blended)
set-face global SecondarySelection "default,rgba:%opt{purple}%opt{selection_alpha}" # Purple (alpha-blended)
set-face global PrimaryCursor "default,rgba:%opt{pink}%opt{cursor_alpha}" # Pink (alpha-blended)
set-face global SecondaryCursor "default,rgba:%opt{purple}%opt{cursor_alpha}" # Purple (alpha-blended)
set-face global PrimaryCursorEol "rgb:%opt{pink},rgb:%opt{pink}+F" # Pink (full block)
set-face global SecondaryCursorEol "rgb:%opt{purple},rgb:%opt{purple}+F" # Purple (full block)
set-face global MenuForeground "rgb:%opt{foreground},rgb:%opt{selection}" # https://github.com/dracula/visual-studio-code/blob/master/src/dracula.yml#:~:text=editorSuggestWidget.selectedBackground
set-face global MenuBackground "rgb:%opt{foreground},rgb:%opt{background_dark}" # https://github.com/dracula/visual-studio-code/blob/master/src/dracula.yml#:~:text=editorSuggestWidget.background
set-face global MenuInfo "rgb:%opt{comment}" # IntelliSense suggestions
set-face global Information Default # Contextual help blends with the editor background.
set-face global Error "rgb:%opt{foreground},rgb:%opt{red}" # https://spec.draculatheme.com#Invalid
set-face global DiagnosticError "rgb:%opt{red}" # https://github.com/dracula/visual-studio-code/blob/master/src/dracula.yml#:~:text=editorError.foreground
set-face global DiagnosticWarning "rgb:%opt{cyan}" # https://github.com/dracula/visual-studio-code/blob/master/src/dracula.yml#:~:text=editorWarning.foreground
set-face global StatusLine "rgb:%opt{foreground},rgb:%opt{background_dark}" # Prefer background dark here — https://github.com/dracula/visual-studio-code/blob/master/src/dracula.yml#:~:text=statusBar.background
set-face global StatusLineMode "rgb:%opt{green}" # [insert]
set-face global StatusLineInfo "rgb:%opt{purple}" # 1 sel
set-face global StatusLineValue "rgb:%opt{green}" # 1 sel param=[42] reg=[y]
set-face global StatusCursor "rgb:%opt{background},rgb:%opt{foreground}" # Cursor in command mode
set-face global Prompt StatusLine # Same as the status line, since they live at the same place.
set-face global BufferPadding "rgb:%opt{non_text}" # Kakoune ⇒ set-option global ui_options terminal_padding_fill=yes
# Builtin highlighter faces
set-face global LineNumbers "rgb:%opt{comment}" # Kakoune ⇒ add-highlighter -override global/number-lines number-lines — https://github.com/dracula/visual-studio-code/blob/master/src/dracula.yml#:~:text=editorLineNumber
set-face global LineNumberCursor "rgb:%opt{foreground}" # Kakoune ⇒ add-highlighter -override global/number-lines number-lines -hlcursor
set-face global LineNumbersWrapped "rgb:%opt{background}" # Kakoune ⇒ add-highlighter -override global/number-lines number-lines; add-highlighter -override global/wrap wrap
set-face global MatchingChar "rgb:%opt{green}+uf" # Kakoune ⇒ add-highlighter -override global/show-matching show-matching — https://github.com/dracula/vim/blob/master/colors/dracula.vim#:~:text=MatchParen
set-face global Whitespace "rgb:%opt{non_text}+f" # Kakoune ⇒ add-highlighter -override global/show-whitespaces show-whitespaces
set-face global WrapMarker "rgb:%opt{non_text}" # Kakoune ⇒ add-highlighter -override global/wrap wrap -marker '↪'

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# Source plugin manager
source "%val{config}/plugins/plug.kak/rc/plug.kak"
set-option global tabstop 4
# Load plugin manager
plug-chain "andreyorst/plug.kak" noload %{
} plug "eburghar/kakship" do %{
cargo install --force --path . --root ~/.local
[ ! -e $kak_config/starship.toml ] && cp starship.toml $kak_config/
} config %{
kakship-enable
} plug "kak-lsp/kak-lsp" do %{
cargo install --locked --force --path .
} config %{
hook global KakEnd .* lsp-exit
} plug "alexherbo2/auto-pairs.kak" config %{
enable-auto-pairs
} plug "andreyorst/smarttab.kak" defer expandtab %{
set-option global softtabstop 4
}
colorscheme dracula

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MIT License
Copyright (c) 2018 Andrey Orst
Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy
of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal
in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights
to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell
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# plug.kak
[![GitHub issues][1]][2] ![license][3]
![plug.kak][4]
**plug.kak** is a plugin manager for Kakoune, that was inspired by [vim-plug][5] and [use-package][6].
It can install and update plugins, run post-update actions, and helps to encapsulate the configuration within itself.
## Installation
**plug.kak** can be installed anywhere in your system, but in order to update itself, it is required to install **plug.kak** in the plugin installation directory.
By default, **plug.kak** installs plugins to the `%val{config}/plugins`, which is usually at `$HOME/.config/kak/plugins`:
``` sh
mkdir -p $HOME/.config/kak/plugins
git clone https://github.com/andreyorst/plug.kak.git $HOME/.config/kak/plugins/plug.kak
```
Now, when **plug.kak** is installed, we need to tell Kakoune about it.
Add this to the `kakrc` file:
``` kak
source "%val{config}/plugins/plug.kak/rc/plug.kak"
plug "andreyorst/plug.kak" noload
```
Alternatively, this process can be automated, by adding the following snippet to the `kakrc`:
``` sh
evaluate-commands %sh{
plugins="$kak_config/plugins"
mkdir -p "$plugins"
[ ! -e "$plugins/plug.kak" ] && \
git clone -q https://github.com/andreyorst/plug.kak.git "$plugins/plug.kak"
printf "%s\n" "source '$plugins/plug.kak/rc/plug.kak'"
}
plug "andreyorst/plug.kak" noload
```
This will create all needed directories on Kakoune launch, and download **plug.kak** if it is not installed already.
**Note**: `plug "andreyorst/plug.kak" noload` is needed to register **plug.kak** as manually loaded plugin, so `plug-clean` will not delete **plug.kak**.
## Usage
All plugins are installed and loaded with the `plug` command.
This command accepts one-or-more arguments, which are keywords and attributes, that change how **plug.kak** behaves.
The first strict rule of the `plug` command is that the first argument is always the plugin name formatted as in GitHub URL: `"author/repository"`.
``` kak
plug "author/repository"
```
By default **plug.kak** will look for the plugin at GitHub.com, and download it.
When the plugin is hosted on a different service, a URL can be used as the first argument.
So in most cases it is enough to add this to the `kakrc` to use a plugin:
```kak
plug "delapouite/kakoune-text-objects"
```
Or with URL:
```kak
plug "https://gitlab.com/Screwtapello/kakoune-inc-dec"
```
After adding this, `kakrc` needs to be re-sourced to let **plug.kak** know that configuration was changed.
Alternatively, Kakoune can be restarted.
After that newly added plugins can be installed with the `plug-install` command.
More information about other commands available in [Commands](#Commands) section.
### Keywords and attributes
The `plug` command accepts optional attributes, that change how **plug.kak** works, or add additional steps for `plug` to perform.
These keywords are supported:
- [branch, tag, commit](#branch-tag-or-commit)
- [load-path](#loading-plugin-from-different-path)
- [noload](#skipping-loading-of-a-plugin)
- [do](#automatically-do-certain-tasks-on-install-or-update)
- [theme](#installing-color-schemes)
- [config](#handling-user-configurations)
- [defer](#deferring-plugin-configuration)
- [demand](#demanding-plugin-module-configuration)
- [ensure](#ensuring-that-plugins-are-installed)
#### Branch, Tag or Commit
`plug` can checkout a plugin to desired branch, commit or tag before loading it.
It can be done by adding the following keywords with parameters: `branch "branch_name"`, `tag "tag_name"` or `commit "commit_hash"`.
#### Loading plugin from different path
Plugins can be loaded from arbitrary path by specifying the `load-path` keyword and providing the path as an argument:
``` kak
plug "plugin_name" load-path "~/Development/plugin_dir"
```
However all `plug` related commands, like `plug-update` or `plug-clean` will not work for plugins that aren't installed to `plug_install_dir`.
#### Skipping loading of a plugin
If plugin needs to be loaded manually, the `noload` keyword can be used.
This can also be used to avoid loading the plugin second time, like in the example with **plug.kak** from the [installation](#installation) section:
```kak
source "%val{config}/plugins/plug.kak/rc/plug.kak"
plug "andreyorst/plug.kak" noload
```
Note, that plugins with the `noload` keyword are still configured and managed.
See [handling-user-configuration](#handling-user-configurations) for more details.
#### Automatically do certain tasks on install or update
When the plugin requires some additional steps to preform after installation or update, the `do` keyword can be used.
This keyword expects the body which will be executed in the shell, thus it can only contain shell commands, not Kakoune commands.
```kak
plug "ul/kak-lsp" do %{
cargo build --release --locked
cargo install --force --path .
}
```
In the example above **plug.kak** will run these `cargo` commands after `kak-lsp` was installed or updated.
**Note** that even though this is technically a shell expansion, the `%sh{}` expansion can't be used with `do`, as it will be evaluated immediately each time `kakrc` loaded.
Use `%{}` instead.
#### Installing color schemes
To register the plugin as a color scheme, use `theme` keyword.
Such plugins will be copied to the `%val{config}/colors` directory.
```kak
plug "andreyorst/base16-gruvbox.kak" theme config %{
colorscheme base16-gruvbox-dark-soft
}
```
#### Ensuring that plugins are installed
`plug` command can be explicitly told to install the plugin automatically with the `ensure` keyword.
The `plug_always_ensure` option can be set to `true` to perform this for each and every plugin specified in the `kakrc`.
Note that `ensure` plugins are installed (if missing) in a background job; they are then only loaded when the install finishes.
Thus, subsequent `kakrc` commands should not depend on functionality provided by such plugins.
Only use `ensure` with non-essential plugins, which are not required for `kakrc` to complete loading.
#### Handling user configurations
The configuration of the plugin is preformed only when the plugin is installed.
There's a second strict rule of `plug` command: every parameter that doesn't have a keyword before it, is treated as plugin configuration.
For example:
```kak
plug "andreyorst/fzf.kak" config %{
map -docstring 'fzf mode' global normal '<c-p>' ': fzf-mode<ret>'
}
```
Here, `plug` will map <kbd>Ctrl</kbd>+<kbd>p</kbd> key only if the plugin is installed.
Everything within the `config %{}` block is an ordinary kakscript.
The `config` keyword is optional, and can be skipped.
Multiple `config` blocks are also supported.
#### Commenting out `plug` options
It may be tricky to "toggle" `plug` options, for debugging or testing purposes, because it is impossible to continue a command past a `#...` comment (also, `config` blocks usually span multiple lines).
To solve this, `plug` supports a `comment` keyword that ignores its next argument.
For example, to toggle a `load-path` option, wrap it in `comment %{}`; then remove the "wrapper" to turn it back on (without having to re-type the full path):
```kak
plug "andreyorst/fzf.kak" comment %{load-path /usr/local/src/fzf} config %{
# ...
}
```
### Deferring plugin configuration
With the introduction of the module system, some configurations have to be preformed after loading the module.
The `defer` keyword is a shorthand to register a `ModuleLoaded` hook for given `module`.
You need to **`require` the module explicitly** elsewhere.
Below is the configuration of [fzf.kak](https://github.com/andreyorst/fzf.kak) plugin, which provides the `fzf` module:
```kak
plug "andreyorst/fzf.kak" config %{
map -docstring 'fzf mode' global normal '<c-p>' ': fzf-mode<ret>'
} defer fzf %{
set-option global fzf_preview_width '65%'
set-option global fzf_project_use_tilda true
}
```
**Note**: the `ModuleLoaded` hook is defined as early as possible - before sourcing any of plugin files.
### Demanding plugin module configuration
Works the same as `defer` except requires the module immediately:
```kak
plug "andreyorst/fzf.kak" config %{
# config1 (evaluated before demanding the module)
} demand fzf %{
# demand block (will generate `require-modlue fzf` call, and a respective hook)
set-option global fzf_project_use_tilda true
} config %{
# config2 (evaluated after demanding the module)
}
```
The above snippet is a shorthand for this code:
``` kak
plug "andreyorst/fzf.kak" defer fzf %{
# the body of demand block
set-option global fzf_project_use_tilda true # demand block
} config %{
# config1 (evaluated before demanding the module)
require-module fzf # the demand hook
# config2 (evaluated after demanding the module)
}
```
**Note**: the `ModuleLoaded` hook is defined as early as possible - before sourcing any of plugin files.
The place where `require-module` call will be placed depends on the order of config blocks in the `plug` command.
As soon as the module is required, the `ModuleLoaded` hook will execute.
## **plug.kak** Configuration
Several configuration options are available:
- Changing the [plugin installation directory](#plugin-installation-directory),
- Limiting the [maximum amount of active downloads](#maximum-downloads),
- Specifying the [default git domain](#default-git-domain),
- And [ensuring that plugins are installed](#ensuring-that-plugins-are-installed).
Proper way to configure **plug.kak** is to load it with the `plug` command, and providing both `noload` and `config` blocks:
This should be done before loading other plugins.
```kak
plug "andreyorst/plug.kak" noload config %{
# configure plug.kak here
}
```
### Plugin installation directory
By default **plug.kak** automatically detects its installation path and installs plugins to the same directory.
To change this, use the `plug_install_dir` option:
```kak
plug "andreyorst/plug.kak" noload config %{
set-option global plug_install_dir %sh{ echo $HOME/.cache/kakoune_plugins }
}
```
### Maximum downloads
**plug.kak** downloads plugins from github.com asynchronously via `git`.
By default it allows only `10` simultaneously active `git` processes.
To change this, use the `plug_max_simultaneous_downloads` option.
### Default git domain
If majority of plugins is installed from the service other than GitHub, default git domain can be changed to avoid specifying the `domain` keyword for each plugin, or using URLs.
### Notify on configuration error
By default, **plug.kak** will display an `info` box when any plugin's `config` block has errors while being evaluated.
To change this, use the `plug_report_conf_errors` option:
```kak
set-option global plug_report_conf_errors false
```
## Commands
**plug.kak** adds five new commands to Kakoune.
### `plug-install`
This command installs all plugins that were specified in any of the configuration files sourced after Kakoune launch.
It accepts optional argument, which can be the plugin name or the URL, so it could be used to install a plugin from command prompt without restarting Kakoune.
This plugin will be enabled automatically, but you still need to add `plug` command to your configuration files in order to use that plugin after the restart.
### `plug-list`
Display the buffer with all installed plugins, and check for updates.
The <kbd>Enter</kbd> key is remapped to execute `plug-update` or `plug-install` command for selected plugin, depending on its state.
This command accepts an optional argument `noupdate`, and if it is specified, check for updates will not be performed.
### `plug-update`
This command updates all installed plugins.
It accepts one optional argument, which is a plugin name, so it could be used to update single plugin.
When called from prompt, it shows all installed plugins in the completion menu.
### `plug-clean`
Remove plugins, that are installed, but disabled or missing in configuration files.
This command also accepts optional argument, which is a plugin name, and can be used to remove any installed plugin.
### `plug`
Load plugin from plugin installation directory by its name.
### `plug-chain`
This command can collapse separate `plug` invocations and thus saves startup time by reducing multiple shell calls; it may come in handy if you're invoking `kak` frequently (e.g. as the `$EDITOR`). Replace the first `plug` command in your `kakrc` with `plug-chain`, then append subsequent `plug` calls and their parameters, as in the following:
```
plug-chain https://github.com/Delapouite/kakoune-select-view config %{
map global view s '<esc>: select-view<ret>' -docstring 'select view'
} plug https://github.com/occivink/kakoune-vertical-selection %{
} plug https://github.com/jbomanson/search-doc.kak demand search-doc %{
alias global doc-search search-doc
}
```
Backslashes can also be used to separate individual `plug` "clauses" (which avoids the "visual hack" of empty config blocks, as above, serving as newlines).
An initial `plug` redundant argument is also supported for symmetry.
Either way, `plug-chain` simply figures out the parameters intended for each individual `plug` clause (using "`plug`" as a delimiter), and executes all implied `plug`s in a single shell call.
All regular `plug` features are supported.
Mix and match `plug` / `plug-chain` invocations in any order, any number of times.
Note, that if plug.kak own variables are altered in the `plug-chain` body, the chained `plug` commands won't get updated values.
This happens because Kakoune reads its variables only once per shell invocation, and calling `set-option` won't update the value of a variable for current shell.
### Alternative plugin managers
Here are some other plugin managers to consider as alternatives to plug.kak:
- [kak-bundle][7]
- [cork.kak][8]
[1]: https://img.shields.io/github/issues/andreyorst/plug.kak.svg
[2]: https://github.com/andreyorst/plug.kak/issues
[3]: https://img.shields.io/github/license/andreyorst/plug.kak.svg
[4]: https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/19470159/51197223-f2c26a80-1901-11e9-9494-b79ce823a364.png
[5]: https://github.com/junegunn/vim-plug
[6]: https://github.com/jwiegley/use-package
[7]: https://github.com/jdugan6240/kak-bundle
[8]: https://github.com/topisani/cork.kak
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# Author: Andrey Listopadov
# plug.kak is a plugin manager for Kakoune. It can install plugins, keep them updated, configure and build dependencies
# https://github.com/andreyorst/plug.kak
# Public options
declare-option -docstring \
"Path where plugins should be installed.
Defaults to the plug.kak installation directory" \
str plug_install_dir %sh{ echo "${kak_source%%/rc*}/../" }
declare-option -docstring \
"Default domain to access git repositories. Can be changed to any preferred domain, like gitlab, bitbucket, gitea, etc.
Default value: 'https://github.com'" \
str plug_git_domain 'https://github.com'
declare-option -docstring \
"Profile plugin loading." \
bool plug_profile false
declare-option -docstring \
"Maximum amount of simultaneously active downloads when installing or updating all plugins
Default value: 10
" \
int plug_max_active_downloads 10
declare-option -docstring \
"Always ensure that all plugins are installed. If this option specified, all uninstalled plugins are being installed when Kakoune starts." \
bool plug_always_ensure false
declare-option -docstring "name of the client in which utilities display information" \
str toolsclient
declare-option -docstring \
"Block UI until operation completes." \
bool plug_block_ui false
# Private options
declare-option -hidden -docstring \
"Path to plug.sh script." \
str plug_sh_source %sh{ echo "${kak_source%%.kak}.sh" }
declare-option -hidden -docstring \
"Array of all plugins, mentioned in any configuration file.
Empty by default, and erased on reload of main Kakoune configuration, to track if some plugins were disabled
Should not be modified by user." \
str plug_plugins ""
declare-option -hidden -docstring \
"List of loaded plugins. Has no default value.
Should not be cleared during update of configuration files. Should not be modified by user." \
str plug_loaded_plugins ""
declare-option -docstring \
"Whether or not to report errors in config blocks. Defaults to true." \
bool plug_report_conf_errors true
declare-option -hidden -docstring \
"This will be set if there are any errors with a plugin's config block. Has no default value.
Should not be cleared during update of configuration files. Should not be modified by user." \
str plug_conf_errors ""
# since we want to add highlighters to kak filetype we need to require kak module
# using `try' here since kakrc module may not be available in rare cases
try %@
require-module kak
try %$
add-highlighter shared/kakrc/code/plug_keywords regex '\b(plug|plug-chain|do|config|domain|defer|demand|load-path|branch|tag|commit|comment)(?=[ \t])' 0:keyword
add-highlighter shared/kakrc/code/plug_attributes regex '(?<=[ \t])(noload|ensure|theme)\b' 0:attribute
add-highlighter shared/kakrc/plug_post_hooks1 region -recurse '\{' '\bdo\K\h+%\{' '\}' ref sh
add-highlighter shared/kakrc/plug_post_hooks2 region -recurse '\[' '\bdo\K\h+%\[' '\]' ref sh
add-highlighter shared/kakrc/plug_post_hooks3 region -recurse '\(' '\bdo\K\h+%\(' '\)' ref sh
add-highlighter shared/kakrc/plug_post_hooks4 region -recurse '<' '\bdo\K\h+%<' '>' ref sh
$ catch %$
echo -debug "Error: plug.kak: can't declare highlighters for 'kak' filetype: %val{error}"
$
@ catch %{
echo -debug "Error: plug.kak: can't require 'kak' module to declare highlighters for plug.kak. Check if kakrc.kak is available in your autoload."
}
# *plug* highlighters
try %{
add-highlighter shared/plug_buffer group
add-highlighter shared/plug_buffer/done regex [^:]+:\h+(Up\h+to\h+date|Done|Installed)$ 1:string
add-highlighter shared/plug_buffer/update regex [^:]+:\h+(Update\h+available|Deleted)$ 1:keyword
add-highlighter shared/plug_buffer/not_installed regex [^:]+:\h+(Not\h+(installed|loaded)|(\w+\h+)?Error([^\n]+)?)$ 1:red+b
add-highlighter shared/plug_buffer/updating regex [^:]+:\h+(Installing|Updating|Local\h+changes)$ 1:type
add-highlighter shared/plug_buffer/working regex [^:]+:\h+(Running\h+post-update\h+hooks|Waiting[^\n]+)$ 1:attribute
} catch %{
echo -debug "Error: plug.kak: Can't declare highlighters for *plug* buffer: %val{error}"
}
hook -group plug-syntax global WinSetOption filetype=plug %{
add-highlighter buffer/plug_buffer ref plug_buffer
hook -always -once window WinSetOption filetype=.* %{
remove-highlighter buffer/plug_buffer
}
}
define-command -override -docstring \
"plug <plugin> [<switches>]: manage <plugin> from ""%opt{plug_install_dir}""
Switches:
branch (tag, commit) <str> checkout to <str> before loading plugin
noload do not source plugin files
subset <subset> source only <subset> of plugin files
load-path <path> path for loading plugin from foreign location
defer <module> <configurations> load plugin <configurations> only when <module> is loaded
config <configurations> plugin <configurations>" \
plug -params 1.. -shell-script-candidates %{ ls -1 ${kak_opt_plug_install_dir} } %{ try %{
evaluate-commands %sh{
# $kak_client
# $kak_config
# $kak_opt_plug_always_ensure
# $kak_opt_plug_git_domain
# $kak_opt_plug_install_dir
# $kak_opt_plug_loaded_plugins
# $kak_opt_plug_max_active_downloads
# $kak_opt_plug_plugin
# $kak_opt_plug_plugins
# $kak_opt_plug_profile
# $kak_opt_plug_block_ui
# $kak_opt_plug_report_conf_errors
# $kak_opt_plug_conf_errors
# $kak_session
. "${kak_opt_plug_sh_source}"
plug "$@"
}
}}
define-command -override plug-chain -params 0.. -docstring %{
Chain plug commands (see docs, saves startup time by reducing sh calls)
} %{ try %{
evaluate-commands %sh{
# $kak_client
# $kak_config
# $kak_opt_plug_always_ensure
# $kak_opt_plug_git_domain
# $kak_opt_plug_install_dir
# $kak_opt_plug_loaded_plugins
# $kak_opt_plug_max_active_downloads
# $kak_opt_plug_plugin
# $kak_opt_plug_plugins
# $kak_opt_plug_profile
# $kak_opt_plug_block_ui
# $kak_opt_plug_report_conf_errors
# $kak_opt_plug_conf_errors
# $kak_session
set -u
. "${kak_opt_plug_sh_source}"
plug1() {
for _plug_param; do
# reset "$@" on 1st iteration; args still in 'for'
[ "$_plug_processed_args" != 0 ] || set --
_plug_processed_args=$((_plug_processed_args + 1))
[ plug != "$_plug_param" ] || break
set -- "$@" "$_plug_param"
done
[ $# = 0 ] || plug "$@" # subshell would be safer, but slower
}
while [ "$#" != 0 ]; do
_plug_processed_args=0
plug1 "$@"
shift "$_plug_processed_args"
done
}
}}
define-command -override -docstring \
"plug-install [<plugin>] [<noload>]: install <plugin>.
If <plugin> omitted installs all plugins mentioned in configuration
files. If <noload> is supplied skip loading the plugin." \
plug-install -params ..2 %{ nop %sh{
# $kak_client
# $kak_config
# $kak_opt_plug_always_ensure
# $kak_opt_plug_git_domain
# $kak_opt_plug_install_dir
# $kak_opt_plug_loaded_plugins
# $kak_opt_plug_max_active_downloads
# $kak_opt_plug_plugin
# $kak_opt_plug_plugins
# $kak_opt_plug_profile
# $kak_opt_plug_block_ui
# $kak_opt_plug_report_conf_errors
# $kak_opt_plug_conf_errors
# $kak_session
. "${kak_opt_plug_sh_source}"
plug_install "$@"
}}
define-command -override -docstring \
"plug-update [<plugin>]: Update plugin.
If <plugin> omitted all installed plugins are updated" \
plug-update -params ..1 -shell-script-candidates %{ printf "%s\n" ${kak_opt_plug_plugins} | tr ' ' '\n' } %{
evaluate-commands %sh{
# $kak_client
# $kak_config
# $kak_opt_plug_always_ensure
# $kak_opt_plug_git_domain
# $kak_opt_plug_install_dir
# $kak_opt_plug_loaded_plugins
# $kak_opt_plug_max_active_downloads
# $kak_opt_plug_plugin
# $kak_opt_plug_plugins
# $kak_opt_plug_profile
# $kak_opt_plug_block_ui
# $kak_opt_plug_report_conf_errors
# $kak_opt_plug_conf_errors
# $kak_session
. "${kak_opt_plug_sh_source}"
plug_update "$@"
}}
define-command -override -docstring \
"plug-clean [<plugin>]: delete <plugin>.
If <plugin> omitted deletes all plugins that are installed but not presented in configuration files" \
plug-clean -params ..1 -shell-script-candidates %{ ls -1 ${kak_opt_plug_install_dir} } %{ nop %sh{
# $kak_client
# $kak_config
# $kak_opt_plug_always_ensure
# $kak_opt_plug_git_domain
# $kak_opt_plug_install_dir
# $kak_opt_plug_loaded_plugins
# $kak_opt_plug_max_active_downloads
# $kak_opt_plug_plugin
# $kak_opt_plug_plugins
# $kak_opt_plug_profile
# $kak_opt_plug_block_ui
# $kak_opt_plug_report_conf_errors
# $kak_opt_plug_conf_errors
# $kak_session
. "${kak_opt_plug_sh_source}"
plug_clean "$@"
}}
define-command -override -hidden \
-docstring "plug-eval-hooks: wrapper for post update/install hooks" \
plug-eval-hooks -params 1 %{ nop %sh{
# $kak_client
# $kak_config
# $kak_opt_plug_always_ensure
# $kak_opt_plug_git_domain
# $kak_opt_plug_install_dir
# $kak_opt_plug_loaded_plugins
# $kak_opt_plug_max_active_downloads
# $kak_opt_plug_plugin
# $kak_opt_plug_plugins
# $kak_opt_plug_profile
# $kak_opt_plug_block_ui
# $kak_opt_plug_report_conf_errors
# $kak_opt_plug_conf_errors
# $kak_session
. "${kak_opt_plug_sh_source}"
plug_eval_hooks "$@"
}}
define-command -override \
-docstring "plug-list [<noupdate>]: list all installed plugins in *plug* buffer. Checks updates by default unless <noupdate> is specified." \
plug-list -params ..1 %{ evaluate-commands -try-client %opt{toolsclient} %sh{
# $kak_client
# $kak_config
# $kak_opt_plug_always_ensure
# $kak_opt_plug_git_domain
# $kak_opt_plug_install_dir
# $kak_opt_plug_loaded_plugins
# $kak_opt_plug_max_active_downloads
# $kak_opt_plug_plugin
# $kak_opt_plug_plugins
# $kak_opt_plug_profile
# $kak_opt_plug_block_ui
# $kak_opt_plug_report_conf_errors
# $kak_opt_plug_conf_errors
# $kak_session
. "${kak_opt_plug_sh_source}"
plug_list "$@"
}}
define-command -hidden -override \
-docstring "operate on *plug* buffer contents based on current cursor position" \
plug-fifo-operate -params 1 %{ evaluate-commands -save-regs t %{
execute-keys -save-regs '' "<a-h><a-l>"
set-register t %val{selection}
evaluate-commands %sh{
# $kak_reg_t
# $kak_client
# $kak_config
# $kak_opt_plug_always_ensure
# $kak_opt_plug_git_domain
# $kak_opt_plug_install_dir
# $kak_opt_plug_loaded_plugins
# $kak_opt_plug_max_active_downloads
# $kak_opt_plug_plugin
# $kak_opt_plug_plugins
# $kak_opt_plug_profile
# $kak_opt_plug_block_ui
# $kak_opt_plug_report_conf_errors
# $kak_opt_plug_conf_errors
# $kak_session
. "${kak_opt_plug_sh_source}"
plug_fifo_operate "$@"
}}}
define-command -hidden -override \
plug-display-log -params 1 %{ evaluate-commands %sh{
plugin_log="${TMPDIR:-/tmp}/${1##*/}-log"
[ -s "${plugin_log}" ] && printf "%s\n" "edit! -existing -debug -readonly -scroll %{${plugin_log}}"
}}
define-command -override \
-docstring "displays help message" \
plug-show-help %{
info -title "plug.kak Help" "h,j,k,l: Move
<ret>: Update or Install plugin
I: Install plugin
U: Update plugin
D: clean (Delete) plugin
L: show Log, if any
R: Run post-update hooks manually
H show Help message"
}

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#!/usr/bin/env sh
# Author: Andrey Listopadov
# https://github.com/andreyorst/plug.kak
#
# plug.kak is a plugin manager for Kakoune. It can install plugins,
# keep them updated, configure and build dependencies.
#
# plug.sh contains a set of functions plug.kak calls via shell
# expansions.
plug_code_append () {
eval "$1=\"\$$1
\$2\""
}
plug () {
[ "${kak_opt_plug_profile:-}" = "true" ] && plug_save_timestamp profile_start
plugin_arg=$1
plugin="${1%%.git}"; plugin=${plugin%%/}
shift
plugin_name="${plugin##*/}"
path_to_plugin="${kak_opt_plug_install_dir:?}/$plugin_name"
build_dir="${kak_opt_plug_install_dir:?}/.build/$plugin_name"
conf_file="$build_dir/config"
hook_file="$build_dir/hooks"
domain_file="$build_dir/domain"
configurations= hooks= domain= checkout= checkout_type= noload= ensure=
case "${kak_opt_plug_loaded_plugins:-}" in
(*"$plugin"*)
printf "%s\n" "echo -markup %{{Information}$plugin_name already loaded}"
exit
;;
(*)
printf "%s\n" "set-option -add global plug_plugins %{$plugin }"
;;
esac
while [ $# -gt 0 ]; do
case $1 in
(branch|tag|commit) checkout_type=$1; shift; checkout=${1?} ;;
(noload) noload=1 ;;
(load-path) shift; eval "path_to_plugin=${1?}" ;;
(comment) shift ;;
(defer|demand)
demand=$1
shift; module=${1?}
if [ $# -ge 2 ]; then
case "$2" in
(branch|tag|commit|noload|load-path|ensure|theme|domain|depth-sort|subset|no-depth-sort|config|defer|demand|comment)
;;
(*)
shift
deferred=$1
case "$deferred" in (*[![:space:]]*)
case "$deferred" in (*'@'*)
deferred=$(printf "%s\n" "$deferred" | sed "s/@/@@/g") ;;
esac
printf "%s\n" "hook global ModuleLoaded '$module' %@ $deferred @"
esac
[ "$demand" = demand ] && plug_code_append configurations "require-module $module" ;;
esac
fi
;;
('do') shift; plug_code_append hooks "${1?}" ;;
(ensure) ensure=1 ;;
(theme)
noload=1
plug_code_append hooks "[ -d \"${kak_config:?}/colors\" ] || mkdir -p \"${kak_config}/colors\"; ln -sf \"\$PWD\" \"$kak_config/colors\""
;;
(domain) shift; domain=${1?} ;;
(depth-sort|subset)
printf "%s\n" "echo -debug %{Error: plug.kak: '$plugin_name': keyword '$1' is no longer supported. Use the module system instead}"
exit 1 ;;
(no-depth-sort) printf "%s\n" "echo -debug %{Warning: plug.kak: '$plugin_name': use of deprecated '$1' keyword which has no effect}" ;;
(config) shift; plug_code_append configurations "${1?}" ;;
(*) plug_code_append configurations "$1" ;;
esac
shift
done
[ -d "$build_dir" ] || mkdir -p "$build_dir"
rm -rf "$build_dir"/* "$build_dir"/.[!.]* "$build_dir"/..?*
[ -n "$hooks" ] && printf "%s" "$hooks" > "$hook_file"
[ -n "$domain" ] && printf "%s" "$domain" > "$domain_file"
if [ -n "$configurations" ]; then
if [ "${kak_opt_plug_report_conf_errors:-}" = "true" ]; then
cat > "$conf_file" <<ERRHANDLE
try %{ $configurations } catch %{
echo -debug "Error while evaluating '$plugin_name' configuration: %val{error}"
set-option -add current plug_conf_errors "Error while evaluating '$plugin_name' configuration:"
set-option -add current plug_conf_errors %sh{ printf "\n " }
set-option -add current plug_conf_errors %val{error}
set-option -add current plug_conf_errors %sh{ printf "\n\n" }
hook -once -group plug-conf-err global WinDisplay .* %{
info -style modal -title "plug.kak error" "%opt{plug_conf_errors}"
on-key %{
info -style modal
execute-keys -with-maps -with-hooks %val{key}
}
}
}
ERRHANDLE
else
printf "%s" "$configurations" > "$conf_file"
fi
fi
if [ -d "$path_to_plugin" ]; then
if [ -n "$checkout" ]; then
(
cd "$path_to_plugin" || exit
# shellcheck disable=SC2030,SC2031
[ -z "${GIT_TERMINAL_PROMPT:-}" ] && export GIT_TERMINAL_PROMPT=0
if [ "$checkout_type" = "branch" ]; then
[ "$(git branch --show-current)" != "$checkout" ] && git fetch >/dev/null 2>&1
fi
git checkout "$checkout" >/dev/null 2>&1
)
fi
plug_load "$plugin" "$path_to_plugin" "$noload"
if [ "$kak_opt_plug_profile" = "true" ]; then
plug_save_timestamp profile_end
profile_time=$(echo "scale=3; x=($profile_end-$profile_start)/1000; if(x<1) print 0; x" | bc -l)
printf "%s\n" "echo -debug %{'$plugin_name' loaded in $profile_time sec}"
fi
else
if [ -n "$ensure" ] || [ "${kak_opt_plug_always_ensure:-}" = "true" ]; then
(
plug_install "$plugin_arg" "$noload"
wait
if [ "$kak_opt_plug_profile" = "true" ]; then
plug_save_timestamp profile_end
profile_time=$(echo "scale=3; x=($profile_end-$profile_start)/1000; if(x<1) print 0; x" | bc -l)
printf "%s\n" "echo -debug %{'$plugin_name' loaded in $profile_time sec}" | kak -p "${kak_session:?}"
fi
) > /dev/null 2>&1 < /dev/null &
fi
fi
}
plug_install () {
(
plugin="${1%%.git}"; plugin=${plugin%%/}
noload=$2
plugin_name="${plugin##*/}"
build_dir="${kak_opt_plug_install_dir:?}/.build/$plugin_name"
domain_file="$build_dir/domain"
# shellcheck disable=SC2030,SC2031
[ -z "${GIT_TERMINAL_PROMPT:-}" ] && export GIT_TERMINAL_PROMPT=0
if [ ! -d "${kak_opt_plug_install_dir}" ]; then
if ! mkdir -p "${kak_opt_plug_install_dir}" >/dev/null 2>&1; then
printf "%s\n" "evaluate-commands -client ${kak_client:-client0} echo -debug 'Error: plug.kak: unable to create directory for plugins'" | kak -p "${kak_session:?}"
exit
fi
fi
printf "%s\n" "evaluate-commands -client ${kak_client:-client0} %{ try %{ buffer *plug* } catch %{ plug-list noupdate } }" | kak -p "${kak_session}"
sleep 0.3
lockfile="${kak_opt_plug_install_dir}/.${plugin_name:-global}.plug.kak.lock"
if [ -d "${lockfile}" ]; then
plug_fifo_update "${plugin_name}" "Waiting for .plug.kak.lock"
fi
# this creates the lock file for a plugin, if specified to
# prevent several processes of installation of the same
# plugin, but will allow install different plugins without
# waiting for each other. Should be fine, since different
# plugins doesn't interfere with each other.
while ! mkdir "${lockfile}" 2>/dev/null; do sleep 1; done
# shellcheck disable=SC2064
trap "rmdir '${lockfile}'" EXIT
# if plugin specified as an argument add it to the *plug*
# buffer, if it isn't there already otherwise update all
# plugins
if [ -n "${plugin}" ]; then
plugin_list=${plugin}
printf "%s\n" "
evaluate-commands -buffer *plug* %{ try %{
execute-keys /${plugin}<ret>
} catch %{
execute-keys gjO${plugin}:<space>Not<space>installed<esc>
}}" | kak -p "${kak_session}"
sleep 0.2
else
plugin_list=${kak_opt_plug_plugins}
fi
for plugin in ${plugin_list}; do
plugin_name="${plugin##*/}"
[ -e "$domain_file" ] && git_domain="https://$(cat "$domain_file")" || git_domain=${kak_opt_plug_git_domain:?}
if [ ! -d "${kak_opt_plug_install_dir}/${plugin_name}" ]; then
(
plugin_log="${TMPDIR:-/tmp}/${plugin_name}-log"
printf "%s\n" "hook global -always KakEnd .* %{ nop %sh{rm -rf \"$plugin_log\"}} " | kak -p "${kak_session}"
plug_fifo_update "${plugin_name}" "Installing"
cd "${kak_opt_plug_install_dir}" || exit
case ${plugin} in
(https://*|http://*|git@*|file://*|ext::*)
git clone --recurse-submodules "${plugin}" "$plugin_name" >> "$plugin_log" 2>&1 ;;
(*)
git clone --recurse-submodules "$git_domain/$plugin" "$plugin_name" >> "$plugin_log" 2>&1 ;;
esac
status=$?
if [ ${status} -ne 0 ]; then
plug_fifo_update "$plugin_name" "Download Error ($status)"
else
plug_eval_hooks "$plugin_name"
wait
plug_load "$plugin" "${kak_opt_plug_install_dir:?}/$plugin_name" "$noload" | kak -p "${kak_session:?}"
fi
) > /dev/null 2>&1 < /dev/null &
fi
# this is a hacky way to measure amount of active
# processes. We need this because dash shell has this long
# term bug:
# https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=482999
jobs=$(mktemp "${TMPDIR:-/tmp}"/plug.kak.jobs.XXXXXX)
jobs > "${jobs}"; active=$(wc -l < "${jobs}")
while [ "${active}" -ge "${kak_opt_plug_max_active_downloads:?}" ]; do
sleep 1
jobs > "${jobs}"; active=$(wc -l < "${jobs}")
done
rm -rf "${jobs}"
done
wait
) > /dev/null 2>&1 < /dev/null &
}
plug_load() {
plugin="${1%%.git}"
path_to_plugin=$2
noload=$3
plugin_name="${plugin##*/}"
build_dir="${kak_opt_plug_install_dir:?}/.build/$plugin_name"
conf_file="$build_dir/config"
if [ -z "${noload}" ]; then
find -L "${path_to_plugin}" -path '*/.git' -prune -o -type f -name '*.kak' -exec printf 'source "%s"\n' {} +
fi
[ -e "$conf_file" ] && printf "%s\n" "source $conf_file"
printf "%s\n" "set-option -add global plug_loaded_plugins %{${plugin} }"
}
plug_update () {
(
plugin="${1%%.git}"
plugin_name="${plugin##*/}"
# shellcheck disable=SC2030,SC2031
[ -z "${GIT_TERMINAL_PROMPT:-}" ] && export GIT_TERMINAL_PROMPT=0
printf "%s\n" "evaluate-commands -client ${kak_client:-client0} %{ try %{ buffer *plug* } catch %{ plug-list noupdate } }" | kak -p "${kak_session}"
lockfile="${kak_opt_plug_install_dir}/.${plugin_name:-global}.plug.kak.lock"
if [ -d "${lockfile}" ]; then
plug_fifo_update "${plugin##*/}" "Waiting for .plug.kak.lock"
fi
while ! mkdir "${lockfile}" 2>/dev/null; do sleep 1; done
# shellcheck disable=SC2064
trap "rmdir '${lockfile}'" EXIT
[ -n "${plugin}" ] && plugin_list=${plugin} || plugin_list=${kak_opt_plug_plugins}
for plugin in ${plugin_list}; do
plugin_name="${plugin##*/}"
if [ -d "${kak_opt_plug_install_dir}/${plugin_name}" ]; then
(
plugin_log="${TMPDIR:-/tmp}/${plugin_name}-log"
printf "%s\n" "hook global -always KakEnd .* %{ nop %sh{rm -rf ${plugin_log}}} " | kak -p "${kak_session}"
plug_fifo_update "${plugin_name}" "Updating"
cd "${kak_opt_plug_install_dir}/${plugin_name}" && rev=$(git rev-parse HEAD) && git pull --recurse-submodules >> "${plugin_log}" 2>&1
status=$?
if [ ${status} -ne 0 ]; then
plug_fifo_update "${plugin_name}" "Update Error (${status})"
else
if [ "${rev}" != "$(git rev-parse HEAD)" ]; then
printf "%s\n" "evaluate-commands -client ${kak_client:-client0} plug-eval-hooks ${plugin_name}" | kak -p "${kak_session}"
else
plug_fifo_update "${plugin_name}" "Done"
fi
fi
) > /dev/null 2>&1 < /dev/null &
fi
jobs=$(mktemp "${TMPDIR:-/tmp}"/jobs.XXXXXX)
jobs > "${jobs}"; active=$(wc -l < "${jobs}")
# TODO: re-check this
# For some reason I need to multiply the amount of jobs by five here.
while [ "${active}" -ge $((kak_opt_plug_max_active_downloads * 5)) ]; do
sleep 1
jobs > "${jobs}"; active=$(wc -l < "${jobs}")
done
rm -rf "${jobs}"
done
wait
) > /dev/null 2>&1 < /dev/null &
if [ "${kak_opt_plug_block_ui:-}" = "true" ]; then
wait
fi
}
plug_clean () {
(
plugin="${1%%.git}"
plugin_name="${plugin##*/}"
printf "%s\n" "evaluate-commands -client ${kak_client:-client0} %{ try %{ buffer *plug* } catch %{ plug-list noupdate } }" | kak -p "${kak_session}"
lockfile="${kak_opt_plug_install_dir}/.${plugin_name:-global}.plug.kak.lock"
if [ -d "${lockfile}" ]; then
plug_fifo_update "${plugin_name}" "Waiting for .plug.kak.lock"
fi
while ! mkdir "${lockfile}" 2>/dev/null; do sleep 1; done
# shellcheck disable=SC2064
trap "rmdir '${lockfile}'" EXIT
if [ -n "${plugin}" ]; then
if [ -d "${kak_opt_plug_install_dir}/${plugin_name}" ]; then
(
cd "${kak_opt_plug_install_dir}" && rm -rf "${plugin_name}"
plug_fifo_update "${plugin_name}" "Deleted"
)
else
printf "%s\n" "evaluate-commands -client ${kak_client:-client0} echo -markup %{{Error}No such plugin '${plugin}'}" | kak -p "${kak_session}"
exit
fi
else
for installed_plugin in $(printf "%s\n" "${kak_opt_plug_install_dir}"/*); do
skip=
for enabled_plugin in ${kak_opt_plug_plugins}; do
[ "${installed_plugin##*/}" = "${enabled_plugin##*/}" ] && { skip=1; break; }
done
[ "${skip}" = "1" ] || plugins_to_remove=${plugins_to_remove}" ${installed_plugin}"
done
for plugin in ${plugins_to_remove}; do
plug_fifo_update "${plugin##*/}" "Deleted"
rm -rf "${plugin}"
done
fi
) > /dev/null 2>&1 < /dev/null &
if [ "$kak_opt_plug_block_ui" = "true" ]; then
wait
fi
}
plug_eval_hooks () {
(
plugin="${1%%.git}"
plugin_name="${plugin##*/}"
path_to_plugin="${kak_opt_plug_install_dir:?}/$plugin_name"
build_dir="${kak_opt_plug_install_dir:?}/.build/$plugin_name"
hook_file="$build_dir/hooks"
plugin_log="${TMPDIR:-/tmp}/${plugin_name}-log"
cd "$path_to_plugin" || exit
printf "%s\n" "hook global -always KakEnd .* %{ nop %sh{rm -rf ${plugin_log}}}" | kak -p "${kak_session}"
plug_fifo_update "${plugin_name}" "Running post-update hooks"
status=0
if [ -e "$hook_file" ]; then
# shellcheck disable=SC1090
(. "$hook_file" >> "$plugin_log" 2>&1)
status=$?
fi
[ ${status} -ne 0 ] && message="Error (${status})" || message="Done"
plug_fifo_update "${plugin_name}" "${message}"
) > /dev/null 2>&1 < /dev/null &
if [ "$kak_opt_plug_block_ui" = "true" ]; then
wait
fi
}
plug_list () {
noupdate=$1
tmp=$(mktemp -d "${TMPDIR:-/tmp}/plug-kak.XXXXXXXX")
fifo="${tmp}/fifo"
plug_buffer="${tmp}/plug-buffer"
mkfifo "${fifo}"
printf "%s\n" "edit! -fifo ${fifo} *plug*
set-option buffer filetype plug
plug-show-help
hook -always -once buffer BufCloseFifo .* %{ nop %sh{ rm -rf ${tmp} } }
map buffer normal '<ret>' ':<space>plug-fifo-operate install-update<ret>'
map buffer normal 'H' ':<space>plug-show-help<ret>'
map buffer normal 'U' ':<space>plug-fifo-operate update<ret>'
map buffer normal 'I' ':<space>plug-fifo-operate install<ret>'
map buffer normal 'L' ':<space>plug-fifo-operate log<ret>'
map buffer normal 'D' ':<space>plug-fifo-operate clean<ret>'
map buffer normal 'R' ':<space>plug-fifo-operate hooks<ret>'"
# get those plugins which were loaded by plug.kak
eval "set -- ${kak_opt_plug_plugins}"
while [ $# -gt 0 ]; do
if [ -d "${kak_opt_plug_install_dir}/${1##*/}" ]; then
printf "%s: Installed\n" "$1" >> "${plug_buffer}"
else
printf "%s: Not installed\n" "$1" >> "${plug_buffer}"
fi
shift
done
# get those plugins which have a directory at installation path,
# but wasn't mentioned in any config file
for existing_plugin in "${kak_opt_plug_install_dir}"/*; do
case "${kak_opt_plug_plugins}" in
(*"${existing_plugin##*/}"*) ;;
(*)
printf "%s: Not loaded\n" "${existing_plugin##*/}" >> "${plug_buffer}"
;;
esac
done
( sort "${plug_buffer}" > "${fifo}" ) > /dev/null 2>&1 < /dev/null &
if [ -z "${noupdate}" ]; then
(
# shellcheck disable=SC2030,SC2031
[ -z "${GIT_TERMINAL_PROMPT:-}" ] && export GIT_TERMINAL_PROMPT=0
eval "set -- ${kak_opt_plug_plugins}"
while [ $# -gt 0 ]; do
plugin_dir="${1##*/}"
if [ -d "${kak_opt_plug_install_dir}/${plugin_dir}" ]; then (
cd "${kak_opt_plug_install_dir}/${plugin_dir}" || exit
git fetch > /dev/null 2>&1
status=$?
if [ ${status} -eq 0 ]; then
{ IFS= read -r LOCAL; IFS= read -r REMOTE; IFS= read -r BASE; } <<EOF
$(
git rev-parse @ '@{u}' # prints 2 lines
git merge-base @ '@{u}'
)
EOF
if [ "${LOCAL}" = "${REMOTE}" ]; then
message="Up to date"
elif [ "${LOCAL}" = "${BASE}" ]; then
message="Update available"
elif [ "${REMOTE}" = "${BASE}" ]; then
message="Local changes"
else
message="Installed"
fi
else
message="Fetch Error (${status})"
fi
plug_fifo_update "$1" "${message}"
) > /dev/null 2>&1 < /dev/null & fi
shift
done
) > /dev/null 2>&1 < /dev/null &
fi
}
plug_fifo_operate() {
plugin="${kak_reg_t%:*}"
case $1 in
(install-update)
if [ -d "${kak_opt_plug_install_dir}/${plugin##*/}" ]; then
plug_update "${plugin}"
else
plug_install "${plugin}" true
fi ;;
(update)
if [ -d "${kak_opt_plug_install_dir}/${plugin##*/}" ]; then
plug_update "${plugin}"
else
printf "%s\n" "echo -markup %{{Information}'${plugin}' is not installed}"
fi ;;
(install)
if [ ! -d "${kak_opt_plug_install_dir}/${plugin##*/}" ]; then
plug_install "${plugin}"
else
printf "%s\n" "echo -markup %{{Information}'${plugin}' already installed}"
fi ;;
(clean) plug_clean "${plugin}" ;;
(log) printf "%s\n" "plug-display-log $plugin" ;;
(hooks) plug_eval_hooks "${plugin##*/}" ;;
(*) ;;
esac
}
plug_fifo_update() {
printf "%s\n" "
evaluate-commands -draft -buffer *plug* -save-regs \"/\"\"\" %{ try %{
set-register / \"$1: \"
set-register dquote %{$2}
execute-keys -draft /<ret>lGlR
}}" | kak -p "$kak_session"
}
plug_save_timestamp() {
plug_tstamp=${EPOCHREALTIME:-}
if [ -n "$plug_tstamp" ]; then
plug_tstamp_ms=${plug_tstamp#*.}
case "$plug_tstamp_ms" in
(????*) plug_tstamp_ms=${plug_tstamp_ms%"${plug_tstamp_ms#???}"} ;;
(???) ;;
(*) plug_tstamp= ;; # redo with date
esac
if [ -n "$plug_tstamp" ]; then
plug_tstamp=${plug_tstamp%.*}${plug_tstamp_ms}
fi
fi
: "${plug_tstamp:=$(date +%s%3N)}"
if [ -n "$1" ]; then eval "$1=\$plug_tstamp"; fi
}
# Spell-checker local dictionary
# LocalWords: Andrey Listopadov github kak usr config dir Kakoune
# LocalWords: expr ModuleLoaded mkdir ln PWD conf shellcheck noload
# LocalWords: TMPDIR tmp noupdate lockfile rmdir ret gjO esc KakEnd
# LocalWords: nop rf hacky eval fifo filetype BufCloseFifo regs
# LocalWords: dquote lGlR

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add_newline = false
format = """\
${custom.kakcursor}\
${custom.kakposition}\
${custom.kakmode}\
${custom.kakcontext}\
$directory\
${custom.kakfile}\
${custom.kakfiletype}\
${custom.kaklsp_err}\
${custom.kaklsp_warn}\
$package\
$git_branch\
$git_commit\
$git_state\
$git_status\
${custom.kaksession}\
$memory_usage\
$battery\
$time\
${custom.kaktime}"""
[time]
format = "[]($style)[  $time ]($style)"
style = "fg:black bg:bright-green"
time_format = "%k:%M:%S"
disabled = false
[git_branch]
format = '[  $branch]($style)'
style = 'fg:bright-blue italic'
truncation_length = 9223372036854775807
truncation_symbol = '…'
only_attached = false
always_show_remote = true
disabled = false
[git_commit]
format = '[\($hash$tag\)]($style)'
style = 'fg:blue dimmed'
commit_hash_length = 7
only_detached = false
tag_symbol = ' 笠'
tag_disabled = false
disabled = false
[git_state]
format = '\( [$state($progress_current/$progress_total)]($style)\)'
style = 'fg:blue dimmed'
rebase = 'REBASING'
merge = 'MERGING'
revert = 'REVERTING'
cherry_pick = 'CHERRY-PICKING'
bisect = 'BISECTING'
am = 'AM'
am_or_rebase = 'AM/REBASE'
disabled = false
[git_status]
format = '[\[$all_status$ahead_behind\]]($style)[ ]($style)'
style = 'fg:cyan dimmed bold'
stashed = '\$'
ahead = '⇡${count}'
behind = '⇣${count}'
diverged = '⇕⇡${ahead_count}⇣${behind_count}'
conflicted = '='
deleted = '✘'
renamed = '»'
modified = '!'
staged = '+'
untracked = '?'
disabled = false
[directory]
format = '[]($style)[$read_only]($read_only_style)[$path]($style)'
truncation_length = 3
truncate_to_repo = false
fish_style_pwd_dir_length = 0
use_logical_path = true
style = 'bg:blue fg:black'
read_only_style = 'bg:blue fg:200'
read_only = '[]'
truncation_symbol = '…'
disabled = false
[directory.substitutions]
"~/.config" = " "
"~/.workspace/rust" = ""
"~/.workspace/docker" = " "
"~/.workspace/alpine" = " "
"~/.workspace/arch" = " "
"~/.workspace/kustomize" = "ﴱ "
"~/.workspace/node" = ""
"~/.workspace" = " "
"~/scm" = " "
"~" = " "
[package]
format = '[  $version]($style)[ ]($style)'
style = 'cyan'
display_private = true
disabled = false
[battery]
format = "[ $symbol$percentage]($style) "
charging_symbol = ' '
discharging_symbol = ' '
disabled = false
[[battery.display]]
threshold = 10
style = "red"
charging_symbol = ' '
discharging_symbol = ' '
[[battery.display]]
threshold = 20
style = "red"
charging_symbol = ' '
discharging_symbol = ' '
[[battery.display]]
threshold = 30
style = "yellow"
charging_symbol = ' '
discharging_symbol = ' '
[[battery.display]]
threshold = 40
style = "yellow"
charging_symbol = ' '
discharging_symbol = ' '
[[battery.display]]
threshold = 50
style = "blue"
charging_symbol = ' '
discharging_symbol = ' '
[[battery.display]]
threshold = 60
style = "blue"
charging_symbol = ' '
discharging_symbol = ' '
[[battery.display]]
threshold = 70
style = "blue"
charging_symbol = ' '
discharging_symbol = ' '
[[battery.display]]
threshold = 80
style = "green"
charging_symbol = ' '
discharging_symbol = ' '
[[battery.display]]
threshold = 90
style = "green"
charging_symbol = ' '
discharging_symbol = ' '
[[battery.display]]
threshold = 100
style = "green"
charging_symbol = ' '
discharging_symbol = ' '
[memory_usage]
format = "[  ${ram}]($style)"
style = "fg:bright-cyan"
threshold = -1
disabled = true
[custom.kakfile]
description = 'The current Kakoune buffername'
format = '[/$output ]($style)[]($style inverted)'
style = 'bold bg:blue fg:black'
command = 'echo -n ${kak_buffile##*/}'
when = 'true'
shell = ['sh']
disabled = false
[custom.kaksession]
description = 'The current Kakoune session'
format = '[]($style)[  %val{client}:%val{session} ]($style)[]($style inverted)'
style = 'bg:yellow fg:black italic'
when = ''
shell = ['true']
disabled = true
[custom.kakcursor]
description = 'The current Kakoune cursor position'
format = '[%val{cursor_line}:%val{cursor_char_column}]($style)'
style = 'fg:white'
when = ''
shell = ['true']
disabled = false
[custom.kakmode]
description = 'The current Kakoune mode'
format = ' {{mode_info}}'
when = ''
shell = ['true']
disabled = false
[custom.kakcontext]
description = 'The current Kakoune context'
format = ' {{context_info}}'
when = ''
shell = ['true']
disabled = false
[custom.kakfiletype]
description = 'The current buffer filetype'
format = '\[%opt{filetype}\] '
when = ''