Plumber – a modern approach to plumbing
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Author: Christoph Lohmann <>
Date:   Sun, 19 Feb 2017 20:07:25 +0100

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Of course, your program's commands +might be different; for a GUI interface, you would use an "about box". + + You should also get your employer (if you work as a programmer) or school, +if any, to sign a "copyright disclaimer" for the program, if necessary. +For more information on this, and how to apply and follow the GNU GPL, see +<>. + + The GNU General Public License does not permit incorporating your program +into proprietary programs. If your program is a subroutine library, you +may consider it more useful to permit linking proprietary applications with +the library. If this is what you want to do, use the GNU Lesser General +Public License instead of this License. But first, please read +<>. diff --git a/ b/ @@ -0,0 +1,104 @@ +# Plumber – a modern approach + +## Introduction + +Plumber is like xdg-open(1) but much more powerful. For now it's my personal +toy to help me handle all kind of URIs and speed up my daily life. + +## License + +See the LICENSE file for the terms. + +## Dependencies +* Python +* mailcap(1), for local file handling + * no need for duplication +* There are dependencies in the openers. See the openers for their + dependencies. + +## Installation + + # Copy the symlinks you like. I use all of them. + % cp bin/plumber $HOME/bin + % cp -a bin/p $HOME/bin + % cp -a bin/plumb $HOME/bin + % cp -a bin/Þ $HOME/bin + % cp openers/* $HOME/bin + # Required for dwm integration: + % cp bin/opener $HOME/bin + +## Usage + + % p + % echo "" | p + % echo -e "\n\n" | p -me + % echo "Please go to please." | p -tme + # Be surprised about the ease of usage! + +## st (simple terminal) integration + +In my setup I am calling »plumber -tme« via the externalpipe patch, applied to +st mainline. The config.h would include: + + { MODKEY, XK_o, externalpipe, {.v = "plumber -tme" } }, + +## dwm (dynamic window manager) integration + +For using the plumber in dwm I have the »opener(1)« script, which gets the +X11 selection and gives it to the plumber. Here is the config.h entry: + + { MODKEY, XK_o, spawn, SHCMD("opener") }, + +This allows something really valuable: Select some text and press Mod + o, +which opens the selected text. If you use double click to select some URI or +text, plumber has included stripping support to shorten quotation marks or +(square) brackets. + +## Openers + +The distribution includes nearly all openers I have written for my local use +case. You will find many local constructs, to show you the possibilities of +the plumber(1) architecture. To keep plumber as flexible as possible I did not +introduce any intermediate description language or yet another scripting +language. It is all calling scripts and calling scripts all the way down. + +For adding some opener, just create the script (I name them \*opener.) and +reference them from plumber(1). + +Many helper applications are not included. You will find them in further +published applications in my git repository. If you feel interest in some, +contact me and I am open to give away the source code. + +## How does it work? + +There is a hierarchy of URIs. First of all the scheme is parsed, like +»http://« or »portage:«, then some opener is called. If the URI or string +given to the plumber is a local file, »see« (part of mailcap) is run, which +will do the mime parsing and is configured through your $HOME/.mailcap. See +the appropriate manpages, how to configure this. + +When the plumber calls a helper, there are simple and complex openers. For a +really complex one, see the webopener(1). It allows for now just one fun +parsing for the headers, just for the demonstration of what's possible. You +could do all kind of cache checking or header parsing before calling some +application. + +If you see my example plumber(1) script, you notice that you need to edit the +python file. That's way easier than having to parse a file on every startup. +Making this a configuration file would be easy but out of scope. In the end +you write your own handlers, which includes coding. Without coding plumber(1) +will not help you much. + +Back to the web example. As you see, images are handled directly, instead of +going through a huge bloated webbrowser. Text files are given to a text web +browser and so stop you from seeing all the web bloat and time wasting +advertisements. + +## Changes, Bugs, Patches + +Please send them to: + + Christoph Lohmann <> + +Have fun! + diff --git a/bin/opener b/bin/opener @@ -0,0 +1,4 @@ +#!/bin/sh + +plumb "$(xclip -o | tr -d '\n')" + diff --git a/bin/p b/bin/p @@ -0,0 +1 @@ +plumber+ \ No newline at end of file diff --git a/bin/plumb b/bin/plumb @@ -0,0 +1 @@ +plumber+ \ No newline at end of file diff --git a/bin/plumber b/bin/plumber @@ -0,0 +1,261 @@ +#!/usr/bin/env python +# coding=utf-8 +# +# Copy me if you can. +# by 20h +# + +import sys +import os +import os.path +import re +import getopt +from subprocess import Popen, PIPE +import time +import logging +import logging.handlers + +# regexp command (%s as file) +plumbrules = [ + ["^/.*", "see '%s'"], + ["^> .*", "run '%s'"], + ["^file://.*", "mailcapopener '%s'"], + ["^.*://.*wikipedia.*/.*\.(jpeg|jpg|png|gif|xpm|JPG|JPEG|PNG|XPM|GIF)$", \ + "webopener '%s'"], + ["^.*://.*\.(jpeg|jpg|png|gif|xpm|JPG|JPEG|PNG|XPM|GIF|svg|SVG|svgz|SVGZ)$", \ + "imageopener '%s'"], + ["^.*://.*\.(pdf|PDF)$", "pdfopener '%s'"], + ["^gopher://.*\.(txt|TXT)$", "textgopheropener '%s'"], + ["^.*://.*\.(txt|TXT)$", "textwebopener '%s'"], + ["^.*://.*\.(mp3|MP3|FLAC|flac|ogg|OGG|m3u|M3U|m3u8|M3U8|flv|FLV|opus|OPUS|mov|MOV|mkv|MKV)$",\ + "mediaopener '%s'"], + ["^dvb://.*", "tvopener '%s'"], + ["^geo:.*", "geoopener '%s'"], + ["^gopher://.*", "gopheropener '%s'"], + ["^*", "textwebopener '%s'"], + ["^*", "textwebopener '%s'"], + ["^http://.*", "webopener '%s'"], + ["^https://.*", "webopener '%s'"], + ["^mailto:.*", "mailcomposer '%s'"], + ["^dict://.*", "dictopener '%s'"], + ["^dhl:.*", "dhlopener '%s'"], + ["^finger://.*", "fingeropener '%s'"], + ["^ftp://.*", "ftpopener '%s'"], + ["^ftps://.*", "ftpopener '%s'"], + ["^sftp://.*", "ftpopener '%s'"], + ["^ldap://.*", "ldapopener '%s'"], + ["^ldaps://.*", "ldapopener '%s'"], + ["^moz://:*", "mozopener '%s'"], + ["^mms://.*", "mediaopener '%s'"], + ["^rfc:.*", "rfcopener '%s'"], + ["^rp:.*", "rpopener '%s'"], + ["^rpo:.*/", "rpopener -o '%s'"], + ["^rtmp://.*", "mediaopener '%s'"], + ["^rtmfp://.*", "mediaopener '%s'"], + ["^rtsp://.*", "mediaopener '%s'"], + ["^udp://.*", "mediaopener '%s'"], + ["^telnet(s|)(4|6|)://.*", "telnetopener '%s'"], + ["^tv://.*", "tvopener '%s'"], + ["^yt://.*", "ytopener '%s'"], + ["^youtube://.*", "ytopener '%s'"], + ["^addr:.*", "addropener '%s'"], + ["^blog://.*", "blogopener '%s'"], + ["^portage:.*", "portageopener '%s'"], + # Just a try to imitate Ubuntu. + ["^apt:.*", "portageopener '%s'"], + ["^wikipedia-[a-zA-Z]*:.*", "wikipediaopener '%s'"], + ["^wiki:.*", "wikiopener '%s'"], + ["^@.*", False], + [".*@.*", "mailcomposer '%s'"], + [".*", ["see '%s'", "webopener '%s'"]], +] + +menucmd = "dmenu -p \"URI to plumb> \" -i" + +def runcmd(cmd, arg=None): + fd = open("/dev/null") + if arg != None: + cmd = cmd % (arg) + # Run in background all the time. + p = Popen("%s &" % (cmd), shell=True, stdout=fd, stderr=fd) + p.wait() + fd.close() + +def runmenu(menucmd, selectlines): + fd = open("/dev/null") + p = Popen(menucmd, shell=True, stdin=PIPE, stdout=PIPE, stderr=fd) + output = p.communicate(input=("\n".join(selectlines)).encode("utf-8"))[0] + fd.close() + return output.decode().strip() + +def parsetext(text): + urire = re.compile("[a-z0-9A-Z]+:[a-z0-9A-Z/\-\.?=%+_]+") + return re.findall(urire, text) + +def trimstr(s): + framing = [ + ["<", ">"], ["\"", "\""], ["'", "'"],\ + ["(", ")"], ["[", "]"] \ + ] + + matchstr = s + + didtrim = 1 + while didtrim == 1: + if len(matchstr) == 0: + break + + didtrim = 0 + for frame in framing: + if matchstr[0] == frame[0] and \ + matchstr[-1] == frame[1]: + matchstr = matchstr[1:-1] + didtrim = 1 + break + + if len(matchstr) == 0: + return matchstr + + # markdown links + if matchstr[0] == "[" and matchstr[-1] == ")": + if "](" in matchstr: + matchstr = matchstr[:-1].rsplit("](",1)[1] + if len(matchstr) == 0: + return matchstr + + if matchstr[0] == "[" and matchstr[-1] == "]": + if "][" in matchstr: + matchstr = matchstr[1:].rsplit("][",1)[0] + else: + matchstr = matchstr[1:-1] + + return matchstr + +def usage(app): + app = os.path.basename(app) + sys.stderr.write("usage: %s [-hdemty] string\n" % (app)) + sys.exit(1) + +def main(args): + global menucmd + + try: + opts, largs = getopt.getopt(args[1:], "hdemty") + except getopt.GetoptError as err: + print(str(err)) + usage(args[0]) + + logger = logging.getLogger("plumber") + formatter = logging.Formatter("%(name)s: %(message)s") + shandler = logging.handlers.SysLogHandler(\ + facility=logging.handlers.SysLogHandler.LOG_DAEMON,\ + address="/dev/log") + shandler.setFormatter(formatter) + logger.addHandler(shandler) + + if os.getenv("PLUMBER_DEBUG"): + logger.setLevel(logging.DEBUG) + + dodebug = False + dodryrun = False + dotextparsing = False + dodefault = True + domenu = False + for o, a in opts: + if o == "-h": + usage(args[0]) + elif o == "-d": + logger.setLevel(logging.DEBUG) + elif o == "-e": + dodefault = False + elif o == "-m": + domenu = True + elif o == "-t": + dotextparsing = True + elif o == "-y": + dodryrun = True + else: + assert False, "unhandled option" + + if dotextparsing == True: + if len(largs) < 1: + itext = + else: + itext = " ".join(largs) + largs = parsetext(itext) + logger.debug("text parsing returned: %s" % (largs)) + # Do not handle arbitrary results. + dodefault = False + else: + if len(largs) < 1: + largs ="\n") + + if domenu == True: + rval = runmenu(menucmd, largs) + if rval == "": + return 1 + largs = [rval] + logger.debug("menu selection returned: %s" % (largs)) + + for arg in largs: + if len(arg) < 1: + continue + logger.debug("matchstr: '%s'" % (arg)) + + matchstr = trimstr(arg) + if len(matchstr) == 0: + logger.debug("Trimming reduced string too much.") + break + + matchstr = matchstr.replace("'", "'\\''") + if matchstr[0:2] == "//": + matchstr = "http:%s" % (matchstr) + if matchstr != arg: + logger.debug("'%s' -> '%s'" % (arg, matchstr)) + + frule = None + for rule in plumbrules: + if[0], matchstr) != None: + frule = rule + break + + if frule == False: + if logger.level == logging.DEBUG: + logger.debug("Plumb string is invalid.") + else: +"Plumb string is invalid.") + continue + + if frule == None: + if logger.level == logging.DEBUG: + logger.debug("No match found.") + else: +"No match found.") + continue + + if dodefault == False and frule == plumbrules[-1][0]: + logger.debug("found default match, won't continue") + continue + + logger.debug("found match: '%s' -> '%s'" % (frule[0], frule[1])) + + if frule[0] == ".*": + if os.path.exists(matchstr): + rcmd = frule[1][0] + matchstr = os.path.realpath(matchstr) + else: + rcmd = frule[1][1] + else: + rcmd = frule[1] + + if dodebug: + logger.debug("running cmd: '%s'" % (rcmd % (matchstr))) + + if dodryrun == False: + runcmd(rcmd, matchstr) + + return 0 + +if __name__ == "__main__": + sys.exit(main(sys.argv)) + diff --git a/bin/Þ b/bin/Þ @@ -0,0 +1 @@ +plumber+ \ No newline at end of file diff --git a/openers/addropener b/openers/addropener @@ -0,0 +1,13 @@ +#!/bin/sh + +addr="$(echo "$@" | cut -d':' -f 2- | sed 's,%20, ,g')" +geouri="$(geopos -g "$addr")" +if [ $? -gt 0 ]; +then + exit $? +fi + +plumb "$geouri" + +#plumb "${addr}" + diff --git a/openers/dhlopener b/openers/dhlopener @@ -0,0 +1,12 @@ +#!/bin/sh + +if [ $# -lt 1 ]; +then + printf "usage: [-o] %s URI\n" "$(basename "$0")" >&2 + exit 1 +fi + +URI="$(printf "%s" "$1" | cut -d':' -f 2-)" + +st -e sh -c "dhl-tracking \"${URI}\" | \$PAGER;" + diff --git a/openers/dictopener b/openers/dictopener @@ -0,0 +1,10 @@ +#!/bin/sh + +if [ $# -lt 1 ]; +then + printf "usage: %s URI\n" "$(basename "$0")" >&2 + exit 1 +fi + +st -e sh -c "dict \"$1\"; read;" + diff --git a/openers/fingeropener b/openers/fingeropener @@ -0,0 +1,67 @@ +#!/usr/bin/env python +# coding=utf-8 +# +# Copy me if you can. +# by 20h +# + +import os +import sys +import getopt +import urllib.parse +from subprocess import Popen + +def usage(app): + app = os.path.basename(app) + sys.stderr.write("usage: %s [-h] URI\n" % (app)) + sys.exit(1) + +def runcmd(cmd, arg=None): + fd = open("/dev/null") + if os.fork() == 0: + if arg != None: + cmd = cmd % (arg) + p = Popen(cmd, shell=True, stdout=fd, stderr=fd) + p.wait() + +def main(args): + try: + opts, largs = getopt.getopt(args[1:], "h") + except getopt.GetoptError as err: + print(str(err)) + usage(args[0]) + + for o, a in opts: + if o == "-h": + usage(args[0]) + else: + assert False, "unhandled option" + + if len(largs) < 1: + usage(args[0]) + uri = " ".join(largs) + + puri = urllib.parse.urlparse(uri) + + host = puri.hostname + user = puri.username + if host != None and user != None: + req = "%s:%s" % (user, host) + elif host == None and user != None: + req = "%s" % (user) + elif host == None and user == None: + req = "" + else: + sys.stderr.write("Invalid URI.\n") + return 1 + + if req == "": + runcmd("st -e sh -c \"finger -l; read;\"") + else: + runcmd("st -e sh -c \"finger -l '%s'; read;\"", req) + + return 0 + +if __name__ == "__main__": + sys.exit(main(sys.argv)) + diff --git a/openers/ftpopener b/openers/ftpopener @@ -0,0 +1,10 @@ +#!/bin/sh + +if [ $# -lt 1 ]; +then + printf "usage: %s URI\n" "$(basename "$0")" >&2 + exit 1 +fi + +st -e sh -c "lftp \"$1\"" + diff --git a/openers/geoopener b/openers/geoopener @@ -0,0 +1,6 @@ +#!/bin/sh + +marble --geo-uri "$1" >&2 >/dev/null & +#limestone "$1" >&2 >/dev/null & +#plumb "$1" + diff --git a/openers/gopheropener b/openers/gopheropener @@ -0,0 +1,11 @@ +#!/bin/sh + +if [ $# -lt 1 ]; +then + printf "usage: %s URI\n" "$(basename "$0")" >&2 + exit 1 +fi + +cd $HOME/Downloads +st -e sh -c "lynx \"$1\"" & + diff --git a/openers/imageopener b/openers/imageopener @@ -0,0 +1,21 @@ +#!/bin/sh + +mkdir -p $HOME/tmp/imagecache +cd $HOME/tmp/imagecache + +file=$(basename "$1") + +case "$1" in +**) + if [ -e "$file" ]; + then + rm "$file" + fi + ;; +esac + +curl -s \ + --user-agent "Lynx/2.8.8dev.3 libwww-FM/2.14 SSL-MM/1.4.1" \ + -Lkz "$file" -O "$1" +see "${file}" + diff --git a/openers/ldapopener b/openers/ldapopener @@ -0,0 +1,10 @@ +#!/bin/sh + +if [ $# -lt 1 ]; +then + printf "usage: %s URI\n" "$(basename "$0")" >&2 + exit 1 +fi + +st -e sh -c "shelldap \"$1\"" + diff --git a/openers/mailcapopener b/openers/mailcapopener @@ -0,0 +1,20 @@ +#!/bin/sh + +if [ $# -lt 1 ]; +then + printf "usage: %s URI\n" "$(basename "$0")" >&2 + exit 1 +fi + +case "$1" in +file://*) + path="$(printf "%s\n" "$1" | cut -c 8-)" + ;; +*) + printf "URI should begin with 'file://'.\n" >&2 + exit 1 + ;; +esac + +see "$path" + diff --git a/openers/mediaopener b/openers/mediaopener @@ -0,0 +1,10 @@ +#!/bin/sh + +if [ $# -lt 1 ]; +then + printf "usage: %s URI\n" "$(basename "$0")" >&2 + exit 1 +fi + +st -e sh -c "mpv \"$1\"" & + diff --git a/openers/mozopener b/openers/mozopener @@ -0,0 +1,12 @@ +#!/bin/sh + +# moz:// is fake of mozilla. + +if [ $# -lt 1 ]; +then + printf "usage: %s URI\n" "$(basename "$0")" >&2 + exit 1 +fi + +plumb "" + diff --git a/openers/pageropener b/openers/pageropener @@ -0,0 +1,35 @@ +#!/bin/sh +# +# Copy me if you can. +# by 20h +# + +f="$1" + +[ -z "$PAGER" ] && PAGER="less" +[ -z "$SHELL" ] && SHELL="sh" + +if [ -t 1 ]; +then + if [ -d "${f}" ]; + then + cd "${f}" + $SHELL + else + if [ -e "${f}" ]; + then + $PAGER "${f}" + fi + fi +else + if [ -d "${f}" ]; + then + st -e sh -c "cd \"${f}\"; $SHELL" + else + if [ -e "${f}" ]; + then + st -e sh -c "$PAGER \"${f}\"" + fi + fi +fi + diff --git a/openers/pdfopener b/openers/pdfopener @@ -0,0 +1,22 @@ +#!/bin/sh + +mkdir -p $HOME/tmp/pdfcache +cd $HOME/tmp/pdfcache + +file=$(basename "$1") + +curl -Lkz "$file" -O "$1" + +case "$1" in +**) + cp "${file}" $HOME/cryptome + ;; +**) + cp "${file}" $HOME/awmf + ;; +*) + ;; +esac + +see "${file}" + diff --git a/openers/portageopener b/openers/portageopener @@ -0,0 +1,12 @@ +#!/bin/sh + +if [ $# -lt 1 ]; +then + printf "usage: [-o] %s URI\n" "$(basename "$0")" >&2 + exit 1 +fi + +URI="$(printf "%s" "$1" | cut -d':' -f 2-)" + +st -e sh -c "esearch \"${URI}\" | \$PAGER;" + diff --git a/openers/rfcopener b/openers/rfcopener @@ -0,0 +1,12 @@ +#!/bin/sh + +if [ $# -lt 1 ]; +then + printf "usage: [-o] %s URI\n" "$(basename "$0")" >&2 + exit 1 +fi + +URI="$(printf "%s" "$1" | cut -d':' -f 2-)" + +st -e sh -c "rfc \"rfc${URI}\"" + diff --git a/openers/rpopener b/openers/rpopener @@ -0,0 +1,35 @@ +#!/bin/sh + +rpcmd="rpview" +if [ $# -gt 0 ]; +then + if [ "$1" = "-o" ]; + then + rpcmd="rpopen" + shift 1 + fi +fi + +if [ $# -lt 1 ]; +then + printf "usage: [-o] %s URI\n" "$(basename "$0")" >&2 + exit 1 +fi + +uri="$1" +account="$(printf "%s\n" "$1" | cut -d'/' -f 2)" +if [ -z "${account}" ]; +then + account="default" +fi + +mailbox="$(printf "%s\n" "$1" | cut -d'/' -f 3)" +ids="$(printf "%s\n" "$1" | cut -d '/' -f 4 | sed 's,%20, ,g')" + +if [ "${rpcmd}" = "rpopen" ]; +then + rpopen -c "${account}" -m "${mailbox}" "${ids}" +else + st -e sh -c "${rpcmd} -c \"${account}\" -m \"${mailbox}\" \"${ids}\"" +fi + diff --git a/openers/telnetopener b/openers/telnetopener @@ -0,0 +1,13 @@ +#!/bin/sh + +set -x + +if [ $# -lt 1 ]; +then + printf "usage: %s URI\n" "$(basename "$0")" >&2 + exit 1 +fi + +cd $HOME/Downloads +st -e sh -c "telnetopenerchild \"$1\"" + diff --git a/openers/telnetopenerchild b/openers/telnetopenerchild @@ -0,0 +1,117 @@ +#!/usr/bin/env python +# coding=utf-8 +# +# Copy me if you can. +# by 20h +# + +import sys +import os +import re +import getopt +import pexpect +from urllib.parse import urlparse +from subprocess import Popen + +telnetcmd = "telnet" +#telnetscmd = "telnet-ssl" +telnetscmd = None + +def usage(app): + app = os.path.basename(app) + sys.stderr.write("usage: %s [-dhp] URI\n" % (app)) + sys.exit(1) + +def main(args): + global telnetcmd, telnetscmd + + try: + opts, largs = getopt.getopt(args[1:], 'hdp') + except getopt.GetoptError as err: + print(str(err)) + usage(args[0]) + + dodebug = False + dopretend = False + for o, a in opts: + if o == "-h": + usage(args[0]) + elif o == "-d": + dodebug = True + elif o == "-p": + dopretend = True + else: + assert False, "unhandled option" + + cmd = telnetcmd + if len(largs) < 1: + return 1 + + uri = urlparse(" ".join(largs)) + user = None + password = None + port = "23" + host = uri.netloc + + if "@" in uri.netloc: + (user, net) = uri.netloc.rsplit("@", 1) + if ":" in user: + (user, password) = user.split(":", 1) + else: + password = None + + if ":" in net: + (host, port) = net.rsplit(":", 1) + else: + host = net + port = "23" + else: + if ":" in uri.netloc: + (host, port) = uri.netloc.rsplit(":", 1) + + + if host == None: + sys.stderr.write("No host given, bailing.\n") + return 1 + + if uri.scheme.startswith("telnets"): + if telnetscmd == None: + sys.stderr.write("No telnets command given.\n") + return 1 + cmd = telnetscmd + + if uri.scheme.endswith("6"): + cmd = "%s -6" % (cmd) + if uri.scheme.endswith("4"): + cmd = "%s -4" % (cmd) + + if user != None: + cmd = "%s -l '%s'" % (cmd, user) + + cmd = "%s '%s'" % (cmd, host) + if port != None: + cmd = "%s '%s'" % (cmd, port) + + if dodebug == True: + print("Cmd: '%s'" % (cmd)) + + + p = Popen(cmd, shell=True, stdout=sys.stdout, stdin=sys.stdin, + stderr=sys.stderr) + p.wait() + """ + if dopretend == False: + child = pexpect.spawn(cmd) + if password != None: + child.expect('(?i)password') + child.sendline(password) + child.interact() + """ + + input("Press Enter to close window.") + + return 0 + +if __name__ == "__main__": + sys.exit(main(sys.argv)) + diff --git a/openers/textgopheropener b/openers/textgopheropener @@ -0,0 +1,11 @@ +#!/bin/sh + +if [ $# -lt 1 ]; +then + printf "usage: %s URI\n" "$(basename "$0")" >&2 + exit 1 +fi + +cd $HOME/Downloads +st -e sh -c "lynx \"$1\"" + diff --git a/openers/textwebopener b/openers/textwebopener @@ -0,0 +1,11 @@ +#!/bin/sh + +if [ $# -lt 1 ]; +then + printf "usage: %s URI\n" "$(basename "$0")" >&2 + exit 1 +fi + +cd $HOME/Downloads +st -e sh -c "w3m \"$1\"" + diff --git a/openers/tvopener b/openers/tvopener @@ -0,0 +1,27 @@ +#!/bin/sh + +set -x + +if [ $# -lt 1 ]; +then + printf "usage: %s URI\n" "$(basename "$0")" >&2 + exit 1 +fi + +uripart="$(printf "%s\n" "$1" | sed 's,%20, ,g' | cut -d '/' -f 3-)" +case "$uripart" in +''|*[!0-9]*) + rstr="$uripart" + ;; +*) + rstr="-n $uripart" + ;; +esac + +if slmcc isdown; +then + slmcc vdr $rstr +else + vdrtv -q dsl16000 $rstr +fi + diff --git a/openers/webopener b/openers/webopener @@ -0,0 +1,134 @@ +#!/usr/bin/env python +# coding=utf-8 +# +# Copy me if you can. +# by 20h +# + +import sys +import os +import re +import getopt +from subprocess import Popen +import requests + +# URI match, header match, match type, command '%s' % (uri) +MATCH_HEADER = 1<<0 +MATCH_URI = 1<<1 +MATCH_ALL = 0xFF + +webrules = [ + [".*", {"X-Future": ".*opher.*"}, MATCH_HEADER, " '%s'"], + [".*", {}, MATCH_ALL, " '%s'"], +] + +def usage(app): + app = os.path.basename(app) + sys.stderr.write("usage: %s [-dhHp] URI\n" % (app)) + sys.exit(1) + +def runcmd(cmd, arg=None): + fd = open("/dev/null") + if os.fork() == 0: + if arg != None: + cmd = cmd % (arg) + p = Popen(cmd, shell=True, stdout=fd, stderr=fd) + p.wait() + +def main(args): + try: + opts, largs = getopt.getopt(args[1:], 'hHdp') + except getopt.GetoptError as err: + print(str(err)) + usage(args[0]) + + dodebug = False + printheaders = False + dopretend = False + for o, a in opts: + if o == "-h": + usage(args[0]) + elif o == "-d": + dodebug = True + elif o == "-H": + printheaders = True + elif o == "-p": + dopretend = True + else: + assert False, "unhandled option" + + if len(largs) < 1: + runcmd(webrules[-1][3], "") + return 0 + + uri = " ".join(largs) + didprepend = False + if "http" != uri[0:4]: + muri = "https://%s" % (uri) + didprepend = True + else: + muri = uri + + try: + req = requests.head(muri) + except: + if didprepend == True: + muri = "http://%s" % (muri[8:]) + try: + req = requests.head(muri) + except: + if dopretend == False: + runcmd(webrules[-1][3], uri) + return 0 + else: + if dopretend == False: + runcmd(webrules[-1][3], uri) + return 0 + + if printheaders == True: + for h in req.headers: + print("%s: %s" % (h, req.headers[h])) + + if didprepend == True: + uri = muri + + if dodebug == True: + print("Using '%s'" % (uri)) + + frule = None + for rule in webrules: + if (rule[2] & MATCH_URI) > 0: + if[0], uri) == None: + continue + + if (rule[2] & MATCH_HEADER) > 0 and len(rule[1]) > 0: + didmatch = False + for header in rule[1]: + for h in req.headers: + if, h) != None: + if[1][header],\ + req.headers[h])\ + != None: + didmatch = True + else: + didmatch = False + if didmatch == False: + continue + + frule = rule + break + + if frule == None: + print("No match found.") + + if dodebug: + print("found match: %s -> %s" % (frule[3], uri)) + + if dopretend == False: + runcmd(frule[3], uri) + + return 0 + +if __name__ == "__main__": + sys.exit(main(sys.argv)) + diff --git a/openers/wikiopener b/openers/wikiopener @@ -0,0 +1,12 @@ +#!/bin/sh + +if [ $# -lt 1 ]; +then + printf "usage: [-o] %s URI\n" "$(basename "$0")" >&2 + exit 1 +fi + +URI="$(printf "%s" "$1" | cut -d':' -f 2-)" + +st -e sh -c "wiki -e \"${URI}\";" + diff --git a/openers/wikipediaopener b/openers/wikipediaopener @@ -0,0 +1,19 @@ +#!/bin/sh + +set -x + +if [ $# -lt 1 ]; +then + printf "usage: [-o] %s URI\n" "$(basename "$0")" >&2 + exit 1 +fi + +URI="$1" +WIKIURI="$(printf "%s" "${URI}" | cut -d':' -f 1)" +LANG="$(printf "%s" "${WIKIURI}" | cut -d'-' -f 2)" +[ -z "$LANG" ] && LANG="en" +ARTICLE="$(printf "%s" "${URI}" | cut -d':' -f 2-)" +PURI="$(printf "" "$LANG" "$ARTICLE")" + +plumb "${PURI}" + diff --git a/openers/ytopener b/openers/ytopener @@ -0,0 +1,30 @@ +#!/bin/sh + +uri="$@" +case "$uri" in +youtube://*|yt://*) + id="$(printf "%s\n" "$uri" | cut -d '/' -f 3-)" + uri="${id}" + ;; +*) + ;; +esac + +if slmcc isdown; +then + slmcc play "$uri" +else + if [ -z "$CACA_DRIVER" -a -z "$DISPLAY" ]; + then + export CACA_DRIVER="ncurses" + mplayer -vo caca "$uri" + else + if [ -n "$MEDIAPLAYER" ]; + then + $MEDIAPLAYER "$uri" + else + mpv "$uri" + fi + fi +fi +