Cywgin .bashrc file

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I’ve been working on my .bashrc file so I thought I would share.

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# copyright and related and neighboring rights to this software to the 
# public domain worldwide. This software is distributed without any warranty. 
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# base-files version 4.2-3

# ~/.bashrc: executed by bash(1) for interactive shells.

# The latest version as installed by the Cygwin Setup program can
# always be found at /etc/defaults/etc/skel/.bashrc

# Modifying /etc/skel/.bashrc directly will prevent
# setup from updating it.

# The copy in your home directory (~/.bashrc) is yours, please
# feel free to customise it to create a shell
# environment to your liking.  If you feel a change
# would be benifitial to all, please feel free to send
# a patch to the cygwin mailing list.

# User dependent .bashrc file

# If not running interactively, don't do anything
[[ "$-" != *i* ]] && return

# Shell Options
#
# See man bash for more options...
#
# Don't wait for job termination notification
# set -o notify
#
# Don't use ^D to exit
# set -o ignoreeof
#
# Use case-insensitive filename globbing
# shopt -s nocaseglob
#
# Make bash append rather than overwrite the history on disk
# shopt -s histappend
#
# When changing directory small typos can be ignored by bash
# for example, cd /vr/lgo/apaache would find /var/log/apache
shopt -s cdspell

# Completion options
#
# These completion tuning parameters change the default behavior of bash_completion:
#
# Define to access remotely checked-out files over passwordless ssh for CVS
# COMP_CVS_REMOTE=1
#
# Define to avoid stripping description in --option=description of './configure --help'
# COMP_CONFIGURE_HINTS=1
#
# Define to avoid flattening internal contents of tar files
# COMP_TAR_INTERNAL_PATHS=1
#
# Uncomment to turn on programmable completion enhancements.
# Any completions you add in ~/.bash_completion are sourced last.
# [[ -f /etc/bash_completion ]] && . /etc/bash_completion

# History Options
#
# Don't put duplicate lines in the history.
# export HISTCONTROL=$HISTCONTROL${HISTCONTROL+,}ignoredups
#
# Ignore some controlling instructions
# HISTIGNORE is a colon-delimited list of patterns which should be excluded.
# The '&' is a special pattern which suppresses duplicate entries.
# export HISTIGNORE=$'[ \t]*:&:[fb]g:exit'
# export HISTIGNORE=$'[ \t]*:&:[fb]g:exit:ls' # Ignore the ls command as well
#
# Whenever displaying the prompt, write the previous line to disk
# export PROMPT_COMMAND="history -a"

# Aliases
#
# Some people use a different file for aliases
# if [ -f "${HOME}/.bash_aliases" ]; then
#   source "${HOME}/.bash_aliases"
# fi
#
# Some example alias instructions
# If these are enabled they will be used instead of any instructions
# they may mask.  For example, alias rm='rm -i' will mask the rm
# application.  To override the alias instruction use a \ before, ie
# \rm will call the real rm not the alias.
#
# Interactive operation...
# alias rm='rm -i'
# alias cp='cp -i'
# alias mv='mv -i'
#
# Default to human readable figures
# alias df='df -h'
# alias du='du -h'
#
# Misc :)
# alias less='less -r'                          # raw control characters
# alias whence='type -a'                        # where, of a sort
 alias grep='grep --color'                     # show differences in colour
 alias egrep='egrep --color=auto'              # show differences in colour
 alias fgrep='fgrep --color=auto'              # show differences in colour
#
# Some shortcuts for different directory listings
alias ls='ls -hF --color=tty'                 # classify files in colour
alias dir='ls --color=auto --format=vertical'
alias vdir='ls --color=auto --format=long'
alias ll='ls -l'                              # long list
alias la='ls -A'                              # all but . and ..
# alias l='ls -CF'                              #

# Umask
#
# /etc/profile sets 022, removing write perms to group + others.
# Set a more restrictive umask: i.e. no exec perms for others:
# umask 027
# Paranoid: neither group nor others have any perms:
# umask 077

# Functions
#
# Some people use a different file for functions
# if [ -f "${HOME}/.bash_functions" ]; then
#   source "${HOME}/.bash_functions"
# fi
#
# Some example functions:
#
# a) function settitle
# settitle () 
# { 
#   echo -ne "\e]2;$@\a\e]1;$@\a"; 
# }
# 
# b) function cd_func
# This function defines a 'cd' replacement function capable of keeping, 
# displaying and accessing history of visited directories, up to 10 entries.
# To use it, uncomment it, source this file and try 'cd --'.
# acd_func 1.0.5, 10-nov-2004
# Petar Marinov, http:/geocities.com/h2428, this is public domain
# cd_func ()
# {
#   local x2 the_new_dir adir index
#   local -i cnt
# 
#   if [[ $1 ==  "--" ]]; then
#     dirs -v
#     return 0
#   fi
# 
#   the_new_dir=$1
#   [[ -z $1 ]] && the_new_dir=$HOME
# 
#   if [[ ${the_new_dir:0:1} == '-' ]]; then
#     #
#     # Extract dir N from dirs
#     index=${the_new_dir:1}
#     [[ -z $index ]] && index=1
#     adir=$(dirs +$index)
#     [[ -z $adir ]] && return 1
#     the_new_dir=$adir
#   fi
# 
#   #
#   # '~' has to be substituted by ${HOME}
#   [[ ${the_new_dir:0:1} == '~' ]] && the_new_dir="${HOME}${the_new_dir:1}"
# 
#   #
#   # Now change to the new dir and add to the top of the stack
#   pushd "${the_new_dir}" > /dev/null
#   [[ $? -ne 0 ]] && return 1
#   the_new_dir=$(pwd)
# 
#   #
#   # Trim down everything beyond 11th entry
#   popd -n +11 2>/dev/null 1>/dev/null
# 
#   #
#   # Remove any other occurence of this dir, skipping the top of the stack
#   for ((cnt=1; cnt <= 10; cnt++)); do
#     x2=$(dirs +${cnt} 2>/dev/null)
#     [[ $? -ne 0 ]] && return 0
#     [[ ${x2:0:1} == '~' ]] && x2="${HOME}${x2:1}"
#     if [[ "${x2}" == "${the_new_dir}" ]]; then
#       popd -n +$cnt 2>/dev/null 1>/dev/null
#       cnt=cnt-1
#     fi
#   done
# 
#   return 0
# }
# 
# alias cd=cd_func

#make a directory and cd into it
mkcd() {
    if [ $# != 1 ]; then
        echo "Usage: mkcd <dir>"
    else
        mkdir -p $1 && cd $1
    fi
}

#create a symlink (aka shortcut)
symlink() {
    if [ $# != 1 ]; then
        echo "Usage: symlink <target_path> [link_path]"
    else
        ln -s $1 $2
    fi
}

#how many directories to cd .. through (ie up 4 moves up 4 directories)
up(){
  local d=""
  limit=$1
  for ((i=1 ; i <= limit ; i++))
    do
      d=$d/..
    done
  d=$(echo $d | sed 's/^\///')
  if [ -z "$d" ]; then
    d=..
  fi
  cd $d
}

#extract an archive
extract () {
   if [ -f $1 ] ; then
       case $1 in
           *.tar.bz2)   tar xvjf $1    ;;
           *.tar.gz)    tar xvzf $1    ;;
           *.bz2)       bunzip2 $1     ;;
           *.rar)       unrar x $1       ;;
           *.gz)        gunzip $1      ;;
           *.tar)       tar xvf $1     ;;
           *.tbz2)      tar xvjf $1    ;;
           *.tgz)       tar xvzf $1    ;;
           *.zip)       unzip $1       ;;
           *.Z)         uncompress $1  ;;
           *.7z)        7z x $1        ;;
           *)           echo "don't know how to extract '$1'..." ;;
       esac
   else
       echo "'$1' is not a valid file!"
   fi
 }

#move up directories with periods
alias ..="cd .."
alias ...="cd ../.."
alias ....="cd ../../.."
alias .....="cd ../../../.."

#set command line to colored format user@host:~working/directory $
RESET="\[17\]"
NORMAL="\[33[0m\]"
RED="\[33[31;1m\]"
GREEN="\[33[32;1m\]"
YELLOW="\[33[33;1m\]"
BLUE="\[33[34;1m\]"
MAGENTA="\[33[35;1m\]"
CYAN="\[33[36;1m\]"
WHITE="\[33[37;1m\]"
PS1="${RESET}${RED}\u@${YELLOW}\h${WHITE}:${GREEN}\w ${CYAN}\$${NORMAL} "

#figure out which git branch we're currently on
branch_name=$(git symbolic-ref -q HEAD)
branch_name=${branch_name##refs/heads/}
branch_name=${branch_name:-HEAD}
#shorten git commands
alias gs='git status'
alias gc='git commit'
alias ga='git add'
alias gd='git diff'
alias gb='git branch'
alias gl='git log'
alias gsb='git show-branch'
alias gco='git checkout'
alias gg='git grep'
alias gk='gitk --all'
alias gr='git rebase'
alias gri='git rebase --interactive'
alias gcp='git cherry-pick'
alias grm='git rm'
alias gp='git push'
alias gf='git fetch'
alias gm='git merge'

#switch to the master branch
alias gcom='gco master'

#checkout master branch, pull in changes and then checkout your current branch and merge in those changes
alias gmm='gcom && gp && gco ${branch_name} && gm origin master'
#shows "git diff" across any project in any subdirectory
alias git-differ='for g in $(find . -name ".git"); do g=${g%%.git};printf "$g\t\t\t";pu $g >/dev/null && git diff |wc -l; p >/dev/null; done'

#does git house keeping across any project in any subdirectory
alias git-housekeep='for g in $(find . -name ".git"); do g=${g%%.git};echo $g;pu $g && git repack && git gc --auto && p;done'

# clear the cygwin console
alias clear='printf "33c"'
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