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DarkWiiPlayer

Here's the main script that does most of the stuff:

#!/bin/bash

pushd darkrc
git pull
popd

at 11:55 <<'BASH' 2>/dev/null
  DISPLAY=:0 notify-send 'Pause in 5 minuten'
BASH

at 12:00 <<'BASH' 2>/dev/null
  playerctl pause
  aplay gong.wav &
  DISPLAY=:0 zenity --warning --text 'Es ist 12:00' --title 'Pause!' --width=300 --height=100
BASH

if [ $(date +%w) -lt 5 ];
then
  h_end=16
else
  h_end=14
fi

at $h_end:20 <<'BASH' 2>/dev/null
  export DISPLAY=:0
  notify-send 'Feierabend in 10 minuten'
  GIT_ASKPASS=askpass git-push-pending $HOME/workspace & disown
BASH

at $h_end:30 <<'BASH' 2>/dev/null
  DISPLAY=:0 zenity --warning --text 'Feierabend! JETZT! 🍻' --title 'Feierabend!' --width=300 --height=100
BASH

farfetched ~/workspace

echo ───────────────────────────────────
fortune
echo ───────────────────────────────────

Most of the output is in German, but otherwise it should be fairly easy to follow.

The git-push-pending script is a bit more complex:

#!/bin/sh

(for name in $@; do find -L $name -name '*.git' -type d | sed 's/\/.git$//'; done) \
    | xargs git-pending \
    | grep '^ahead' \
    | lua -e 'for line in io.lines() do print(line:match("[^/]+$")); print((line:gsub("^[^ ]* ", ""))) end' \
    | zenity --list --column Repository --column Path --text "Repositories that need pushing:" --multiple --title "Git" --separator ';' --width 800 --height 300 --print-column=2 2>/dev/null \
    | tr ';' '\n' \
    | xargs -L 1 -I€ sh -c 'cd € && git push'

and it makes use of the git-pending script which looks like this:

#!/bin/sh

for line in $@
do
    dir=$(pwd)
    cd "$line"
    if git log -0 2>/dev/null
    then
        stat=$(git branch -vv | grep -P '^\*' | grep -Po '\[.*\]')
        if echo $stat | grep -P 'behind' > /dev/null
            then echo behind $line
        fi
        if echo $stat | grep -P 'ahead' > /dev/null
            then echo ahead $line
        fi
    fi
    cd $dir
done
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Chris Bongers Author

Awesome, ssst. but I'm posting my GIT status script tomorrow, all build in bash to tell you what your git statusses are.