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made battery status work from within Cygwin

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Gregory Pakosz 2015-10-28 10:45:32 -07:00
parent c66be48314
commit 1491ee1723
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@ -391,6 +391,13 @@ run 'for name in $(printenv | grep -Eo ^tmux_conf_[^=]+); do tmux setenv -gu $na
# fi
# discharging=$(grep -qi "discharging" $batpath/status && echo "true" || echo "false")
# charge="$(cat $batnow) / $(cat $batfull)" || return
# elif [ x"${uname_s:0:6}" = x"CYGWIN" ]; then
# wmic path Win32_Battery 2>&1 | grep -q 'No Instance' && return
# discharging=$(wmic path Win32_Battery Get BatteryStatus 2>/dev/null | grep -q 1 && echo "true" || echo "false")
# percentage=$(wmic path Win32_Battery Get EstimatedChargeRemaining /format:list 2>/dev/null | grep '[^[:blank:]]' | cut -d= -f2)
# charge="${percentage} / 100"
# else
# return
# fi
#
# battery_symbol=$1
@ -414,7 +421,7 @@ run 'for name in $(printenv | grep -Eo ^tmux_conf_[^=]+); do tmux setenv -gu $na
#
# if [ x"$battery_status" = x"1"] || [ x"$battery_status" = x"true" ] || [ x"$battery_status" = x"enabled" ] ; then
# if [ x"$discharging" = x"true" ]; then
# printf "%s " 🔋
# [ x"${uname_s:0:6}" != x"CYGWIN" ] && printf "%s " 🔋
# else
# printf "%s " ⚡
# fi

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@ -273,3 +273,31 @@ Once installed, `reattach-to-usernamespace` will be automatically detected.
[MacPorts]: http://www.macports.org/
[Homebrew]: http://brew.sh/
### Using the configuration under Cygwin within Mintty
![image](https://cloud.githubusercontent.com/assets/553208/10802824/32539f02-7dbf-11e5-9377-2008192a7396.png)
It is possible to use this configuration under Cygwin within Mintty, however
support for Unicode symbols and emojis lacks behind Mac and Linux.
Particularly, Mintty's text rendering is implemented with GDI which has
limitations:
- color emojis are only available through DirectWrite starting with Windows 8.1
- display double width symbols, like the battery discharging symbol indicator
(U+1F50B) is buggy
As a consequence, under Cygwin, the battery charging (⚡ U+26A1) status indicator
is rendered as a monochrome lightning bolt instead of a colorful emoji while the
discharging (🔋 U+1F50B) one is simply disabled.
Also, to get the battery charging status indicator displayed properly, you have
to use [font linking]. Open `regedit.exe` then navigate to the registry key at
`HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\FontLink\SystemLink`
and add a new entry for you preferred font to link it with the Segoe UI Symbol
font.
![image](https://cloud.githubusercontent.com/assets/553208/10802432/26341fbe-7dbd-11e5-9be9-585348fe3c2c.png)
[font linking]: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/goglobal/bb688134.aspx