Monday, October 27, 2008

wmii and sound volume

Sound volume can be controlled by this commands:
amixer sset PCM 5%+
amixer sset PCM 5%-


Let's use ModKey+Shift+a keys for decrease and ModKey+Shift+s for increase volume.

So change wmiirc configuration file:
Configuration Variables
...
# Configuration Variables
MODKEY=Mod4
UP=k
DOWN=j
LEFT=h
RIGHT=l
SOUNDUPB=s
SOUNDDOWNB=a

...


set -- $(echo $WMII_NORMCOLORS $WMII_FOCUSCOLORS)
WMII_MENU='dmenu -b -fn "$WMII_FONT" -nf '"'$1' -nb '$2' -sf '$4' -sb '$5'"
WMII_9MENU='wmii9menu -font "$WMII_FONT" -nf '"'$1' -nb '$2' -sf '$4' -sb '$5' -br '$6'"
WMII_TERM="urxvt"
WMII_SOUNDUP="amixer sset PCM 5%+"
WMII_SOUNDDOWN="amixer sset PCM 5%-"


And in Key Binding part:
Key $MODKEY-Shift-$DOWN
wmiir xwrite /tag/sel/ctl send sel down
Key $MODKEY-Shift-$UP
wmiir xwrite /tag/sel/ctl send sel up
Key $MODKEY-Shift-$SOUNDUPB
eval $WMII_SOUNDUP &
Key $MODKEY-Shift-$SOUNDDOWNB
eval $WMII_SOUNDDOWN &

my wmii configuration

#!/bin/sh -f
# Configure wmii
wmiiscript=wmiirc # For wmii.sh
. wmii.sh

# Configuration Variables
MODKEY=Mod4
UP=k
DOWN=j
LEFT=h
RIGHT=l
SOUNDUPB=s
SOUNDDOWNB=a

# Bars
noticetimeout=5
noticebar=/rbar/!notice

# Colors tuples: " "
WMII_NORMCOLORS='#000000 #c1c48b #81654f'
#WMII_FOCUSCOLORS='#000000 #81654f #000000'
WMII_FOCUSCOLORS='#ffffff #191A1A #000000'

WMII_BACKGROUND='#333333'
WMII_FONT='-*-fixed-medium-r-*-*-13-*-*-*-*-*-*-*'

set -- $(echo $WMII_NORMCOLORS $WMII_FOCUSCOLORS)
WMII_MENU='dmenu -b -fn "$WMII_FONT" -nf '"'$1' -nb '$2' -sf '$4' -sb '$5'"
WMII_9MENU='wmii9menu -font "$WMII_FONT" -nf '"'$1' -nb '$2' -sf '$4' -sb '$5' -br '$6'"
WMII_TERM="urxvt"
WMII_SOUNDUP="amixer sset PCM 5%+"
WMII_SOUNDDOWN="amixer sset PCM 5%-"

# Column Rules
wmiir write /colrules <> 17+83+41
/.*/ -> 62+38 # Golden Ratio
!

# Tagging Rules
wmiir write /tagrules <> ~
!

# Status Bar Info
status() {
echo -n $(uptime | sed 's/.*://; s/,//g') '|' $(date)
}

echo $WMII_NORMCOLORS | wmiir create $noticebar

# Event processing
wi_events -s ' ' <<'!' # Events Event CreateTag echo "$WMII_NORMCOLORS" "$@" | wmiir create "/lbar/$@" Event DestroyTag wmiir remove "/lbar/$@" Event FocusTag wmiir xwrite "/lbar/$@" "$WMII_FOCUSCOLORS" "$@" Event UnfocusTag wmiir xwrite "/lbar/$@" "$WMII_NORMCOLORS" "$@" Event UrgentTag shift wmiir xwrite "/lbar/$@" "*$@" Event NotUrgentTag shift wmiir xwrite "/lbar/$@" "$@" Event LeftBarClick LeftBarDND shift wmiir xwrite /ctl view "$@" Event ClientMouseDown client=$1; button=$2 case "$button" in 3) do=$(wi_9menu -initial "$menulast" Nop Delete Fullscreen) case "$do" in Delete) wmiir xwrite /client/$client/ctl kill;; Fullscreen) wmiir xwrite /client/$client/ctl Fullscreen on;; esac menulast=${do:-"$menulast"} esac Event Unresponsive { client=$1; shift msg="The following client is not responding. What would you like to do?$wi_nl" resp=$(wihack -transient $client \ xmessage -nearmouse -buttons Kill,Wait -print \ "$msg $(wmiir read /client/sel/label)") if [ "$resp" = Kill ]; then wmiir xwrite /client/$client/ctl slay & fi }& Event Notice wmiir xwrite $noticebar $wi_arg kill $xpid 2>/dev/null # Let's hope this isn't reused...
{ sleep $noticetimeout; wmiir xwrite $noticebar ' '; }&
xpid = $!
# Actions
Action quit
wmiir xwrite /ctl quit
Action exec
wmiir xwrite /ctl exec "$@"
Action rehash
proglist $PATH >$progsfile
Action status
set +xv
if wmiir remove /rbar/status 2>/dev/null; then
sleep 2
fi
echo "$WMII_NORMCOLORS" | wmiir create /rbar/status
while status | wmiir write /rbar/status; do
sleep 1
done
# Key Bindings
Key $MODKEY-Control-t
case $(wmiir read /keys | wc -l | tr -d ' \t\n') in
0|1)
echo -n "$Keys" | wmiir write /keys
wmiir xwrite /ctl grabmod $MODKEY;;
*)
wmiir xwrite /keys $MODKEY-Control-t
wmiir xwrite /ctl grabmod Mod3;;
esac
Key $MODKEY-space
wmiir xwrite /tag/sel/ctl select toggle
Key $MODKEY-d
wmiir xwrite /tag/sel/ctl colmode sel default
Key $MODKEY-s
wmiir xwrite /tag/sel/ctl colmode sel stack
Key $MODKEY-m
wmiir xwrite /tag/sel/ctl colmode sel max
Key $MODKEY-a
Action $(wi_actions | wi_menu) &
Key $MODKEY-p
eval wmiir setsid "$(wi_menu <$progsfile)" & Key $MODKEY-t wmiir xwrite /ctl view $(wi_tags | wi_menu) & Key $MODKEY-Return eval $WMII_TERM & Key $MODKEY-Shift-space wmiir xwrite /tag/sel/ctl send sel toggle Key $MODKEY-f wmiir xwrite /client/sel/ctl Fullscreen toggle Key $MODKEY-Shift-c wmiir xwrite /client/sel/ctl kill Key $MODKEY-Shift-t wmiir xwrite "/client/$(wmiir read /client/sel/ctl)/tags" $(wi_tags | wi_menu) & Key $MODKEY-$LEFT wmiir xwrite /tag/sel/ctl select left Key $MODKEY-$RIGHT wmiir xwrite /tag/sel/ctl select right Key $MODKEY-$DOWN wmiir xwrite /tag/sel/ctl select down Key $MODKEY-$UP wmiir xwrite /tag/sel/ctl select up Key $MODKEY-Shift-$LEFT wmiir xwrite /tag/sel/ctl send sel left Key $MODKEY-Shift-$RIGHT wmiir xwrite /tag/sel/ctl send sel right Key $MODKEY-Shift-$DOWN wmiir xwrite /tag/sel/ctl send sel down Key $MODKEY-Shift-$UP wmiir xwrite /tag/sel/ctl send sel up Key $MODKEY-Shift-$SOUNDUPB eval $WMII_SOUNDUP & Key $MODKEY-Shift-$SOUNDDOWNB eval $WMII_SOUNDDOWN & ! for i in 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9; do wi_events -s ' ' <>$progsfile &

# Setup Tag Bar
OIFS="$IFS"; IFS="$wi_nl"
wmiir rm $(wmiir ls /lbar | sed 's,^,/lbar/,')
seltag=$(wmiir read /tag/sel/ctl | sed 1q)
IFS="$OIFS"
wi_tags | while read tag
do
if [ "$tag" = "$seltag" ]; then
echo "$WMII_FOCUSCOLORS" "$tag"
else
echo "$WMII_NORMCOLORS" "$tag"
fi | wmiir create "/lbar/$tag"
done

wi_eventloop

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

my vim configuration

I don't like project plugin of vim. For me more convinient to use sessions. I bind F5 to save session.
nmap  :mksession! ~/eps.project
imap :mksession! ~/eps.project


And F6 to load from session.
nmap  :source ~/eps.project
imap :source ~/eps.project


F7, F8 are used for navigate previous and next tab.
nmap  gT
imap gT

nmap gt
imap gt


And coloscheme is ir_black. Really cool scheme for dark background terminal.

syntax enable
filetype indent on
filetype plugin on
set et
set sw=4
set smarttab
set fencs=utf-8
set foldmethod=marker
set autoindent
set number

set backspace=indent,eol,start

nmap :mksession! ~/eps.project
imap :mksession! ~/eps.project

nmap :source ~/eps.project
imap :source ~/eps.project

nmap gT
imap gT

nmap gt
imap gt

nmap :!upd
imap

colorscheme ir_black

Easy deploying web files to

I'm developing UI on javascript for project with Glassfish (sjsas). Application server works on local machine. It's tiring to copy changes to glassfish's web dir after editing in workcopy dir. I can edit js files in glassfish dir but several times I forgot to copy changes to workcopy dir. First I want to change docroot or alternative docroot option to my workdir copy but some reason I can't change it. After this I create symlink in web dir to workcopy dir but glassfish doesn't understand symlinks.

So I choose the most simple way by copying with cp.
cp -Ru _workcopy_/_web_files_dir_ _glassfish_domain_dir_/ 

I create shell script with this command in my home bin dir and bind to F9 functional key in vim editor.

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Friday, October 17, 2008

Dark GTK2 theme

I found cool dark theme for GTK2. Pidgin looks cool.
http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Eidolon?content=91361

Thursday, October 16, 2008

my urxvt configuration

My conf for urxvt

URxvt*geometry:          80x25
URxvt*background: #000000
URxvt*foreground: #ffffff
URxvt*inheritPixmap: false
URxvt*reverseVideo: false
URxvt*tintColor: #dfdfdf
!URxvt*font: -lfp-terminus-medium-r-normal-*-*-90-*-*-c-*-iso8859-5
URxvt*font: -*-terminus-medium-*-*-*-14-*-*-*-*-*-*-*
!URxvt*font xft:Monospace:pixelsize=21
!URxvt*font: xft:matto:antialias=true:size=8
!URxvt*font: xft:Bitstream Vera Sans mono:size=9
URxvt*scrollBar: true
URxvt*scrollBar_floating: true
URxvt*scrollBar_right: false
URxvt*scrollColor: #000000
URxvt*saveLines: 5500
!URxvt*termName: URxvt
URxvt*cursorColor: #d8d8d8
URxvt*colorBD: lightyellow
URxvt*colorUL: yellow

!colors
!black
URxvt*color0: #676767
URxvt*color8: #757575
!red
URxvt*color1: #EA6868
URxvt*color9: #FF7272
!green
URxvt*color2: #ABCB8D
URxvt*color10: #AFD78A
!yellow
URxvt*color3: #E8AE5B
URxvt*color11: #FFA75D
!blue
URxvt*color4: #71C5F4
URxvt*color12: #67CDE9
!magenta
URxvt*color5: #E2BAF1
URxvt*color13: #ECAEE9
!cyan
URxvt*color6: #21F1EA
URxvt*color14: #36FFFC
!white
URxvt*color7: #F1F1F1
URxvt*color15: #FFFFFF

Monday, October 6, 2008

offsets vs. pages

Last days I work a lot with javascript grids for jQuery and wonder:
1) why developers of these grids use pages in requests for data from server. When using offset gives more clean code on server side.
2) of using page number from response. So server has to send that what it receives. It's weird and useless.

So I rewrite some code in grid.
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