In the last episode (May 18), Kyrre Nygard said:
> At 17:02 18.05.2006, Dan Nelson wrote:
> >In the last episode (May 18), Kyrre Nygard said:
> >> At 17:04 17.05.2006, Dan Nelson wrote:
> >> >In the last episode (May 17), Kyrre Nygard said:
> >> >> Do you think this would work?
> >> >>
> >> >> I tried applying your principles, as well as some information design:
> >> >>
> >> >> local a1="01;36m"
> >> >> local a2="22;36m"
> >> >> local a3="01;30m"
> >> >>
> >> >> local b1="01;31m"
> >> >> local b2="22;31m"
> >> >> local b3="01;30m"
> >> >>
> >> >> PROMPT=$'%{$a1}([EMAIL PROTECTED])'
> >> >> PROMPT+=$'%{$a1}('{$a2}%D{%H:%M}%{$a3}+%{$a2}%D{%d/%m}%{$a1})%{$a3}\n'
> >> >> PROMPT+=$'%{$a1}(%{$a2}%#%{$a3}:%{$a2}%~%{$a1})'
> >> >>
> >> >> if [[ `whoami` = root ]] then
> >> >> PROMPT=$'%{$b1}([EMAIL PROTECTED])'
> >> >> PROMPT+=$'%{$b1}(%{$b2}%D{%H:%M}%{$b3}+%{$b2}%D{%d/%m}%{$b1})%{$b3}\n'
> >> >> PROMPT+=$'%{$b1}(%{$b2}%#%{$b3}:%{$b2}%~%{$b1})'
> >> >> fi
> >> >
> >> > Note that zsh provides symbolic variables for color setting:
> >> >
> >> > autoload -U colors
> >> > colors
> >> > echo "$fg[blue]$bg[red]blue on red!"
> >> >
> >> > so you don't have to memorize the numbers.  See the zshcontrib
> >> > manpage, "OTHER FUNCTIONS" section.
> >> >
> >> > If the only difference between your root prompt is color, you can
> >> > also just set a1,a2,a3 to different values within your if block,
> >> > then set PROMPT outside of it.
> >> >
> >> > if [[ $USER == root ]] ; then
> >> >  a1="%{$fg[cyan]$bg[black]}"
> >> > else
> >> >  a1="%{$fg[red]}$bg[black]}"
> >> > fi
> >> > PROMPT="$a1>"
> >>
> >> Hey Dan!
> >>
> >> I can't find a list of what colors are available. Besides I doubt
> >> that mine are accounted for.
> >
> >There are only so many ways to combine 8 colors :)  From the manpage:
> >
> >  colors This function initializes  several  associative  arrays  to  map
> >         color names to (and from) the ANSI standard eight-color terminal
> >         codes.  These are used by the prompt theme system  (see  above).
> >         You seldom should need to run colors more than once.
> >
> >         The  eight  base  colors  are:  black, red, green, yellow, blue,
> >         magenta, cyan, and white.  Each of these  has  codes  for  fore-
> >         ground  and  background.   In addition there are eight intensity
> >         attributes: bold, faint, standout,  underline,  blink,  reverse,
> >         and  conceal.   Finally,  there  are  six  codes  used to negate
> >         attributes: none (reset all attributes to the defaults),  normal
> >         (neither  bold  nor faint), no-standout, no-underline, no-blink,
> >         and no-reverse.
> >
> >> I'd be very grateful if you could at least try this prompt out so you
> >> know my request:
> >>
> >> PROMPT=$'%{\e[01;36m%}(%{\e[22;36m%}%n%{\e[01;30m%}@'
> >> PROMPT+=$'%{\e[22;36m%}%m%{\e[01;36m%})%{\e[01;36m%}%{\e[01;36m%}('
> >> PROMPT+=$'%{\e[22;36m%}%D{%H:%M}%{\e[01;30m%}+%{\e[22;36m%}%D{%d/%m}'
> >> PROMPT+=$'%{\e[01;36m%})%{\e[01;30m\e[00m%}\n%{\e[01;36m%}('
> >> PROMPT+=$'%{\e[22;36m%}%#%{\e[01;30m%}:%{\e[22;36m%}%~%{\e[01;36m%})'
> >> PROMPT+=$'%{\e[01;30m\e[00m%} '
> >
> >How about something like:
> >
> >autoload -U colors
> >colors
> >
> >if [[ $USER == root ]] ; then
> > c1="%{$fg_no_bold[cyan]%}" # base color1
> > c2="%{$fg_bold[cyan]%}"    # base color2
> > c3="%{$fg_bold[black]%}"   # punctuation
> >else
> > c1="%{$fg_no_bold[red]%}" # base color1
> > c2="%{$fg_bold[red]%}"    # base color2
> > c3="%{$fg_bold[black]%}"  # punctuation
> >fi
> >
> >PROMPT="$c2([EMAIL PROTECTED])($c1%D{%H:%M}$c3+$c1%D{%d/%m}$c2)"$'\n'
> >PROMPT+="$c2($c1%#$c3:$c1%~$c2) %{$reset_color%}"
> >
> >--
> >        Dan Nelson
> >        [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> 
> Oh man! That is absolutely gorgeous!!!
> Thank you so much :)))
> 
> My /etc/zshrc is now worth $10.000 (up from $7.000)
> 
> Don't sell it on eBay you all: http://paste.husk.org/5717
> 
> Just out of curiosity Dan, how does your prompt look like?

Mine's strictly functional.  User, host, path in left prompt; error
status in right prompt.  Within screen, I add the window number to the
left prompt and the date&time to the right prompt so I know how long
I've left a window idle.

if [[ $+WINDOW = 1 && $TERM = screen* ]] ; then
  PROMPT="([EMAIL PROTECTED]) %B%/>%(#/#/)%b "
  RPROMPT="%(?.. %B%?%b)%t %D{%m/%d}"
else
  PROMPT="([EMAIL PROTECTED]) %B%/>%(#/#/)%b "
  RPROMPT="%(?..%?)"
fi

-- 
        Dan Nelson
        [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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