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authorTanaka Akira <akr@users.sourceforge.net>2000-02-02 01:26:24 +0000
committerTanaka Akira <akr@users.sourceforge.net>2000-02-02 01:26:24 +0000
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+%prep
+
+ mydir=$PWD
+ SHLVL=2
+ setopt extendedglob
+
+%test
+
+# 'mydir=$PWD; hash -d mydir; print -P %~' doesn't seem to abbreviate
+# to ~mydir in a non-interactive shell. Is this correct?
+
+ print -P ' %%%): %)
+ %%d: %d
+ %%1/: %1/
+ %%h: %h
+ %%L: %L
+ %%M: %M
+ %%m: %m
+ %%n: %n
+ %%N: %N
+ %%i: %i
+ a%%{...%%}b: a%{%}b
+ '
+0q:Basic prompt escapes as shown.
+> %): )
+> %d: $mydir
+> %1/: ${mydir:t}
+> %h: 0
+> %L: 2
+> %M: $HOST
+> %m: ${HOST%%.*}
+> %n: $USERNAME
+> %N: ZTST_execchunk
+> %i: 2
+> a%{...%}b: ab
+>
+
+ true
+ print -P '%?'
+ false
+ print -P '%?'
+0:`%?' prompt escape
+>0
+>1
+
+ PS4="%_> "
+ setopt xtrace
+ if true; then true; else false; fi
+ unsetopt xtrace
+0:`%_' prompt escape
+?if> true
+?then> true
+?> unsetopt xtrace
+
+ diff =(print -P '%#') =(print -P '%(!.#.%%)')
+0:`%#' prompt escape and its equivalent
+
+ psvar=(caesar adsum jam forte)
+ print -P '%v' '%4v'
+0:`%v' prompt escape
+>caesar forte
+
+ true
+ print -P '%(?.true.false)'
+ false
+ print -P '%(?.true.false)'
+0:ternary prompt escapes
+>true
+>false
+
+ print -P '%10<...<truncated at 10%<< Not truncated'
+ print -P '%10>...>truncated at 10%>> Not truncated'
+0:prompt truncation
+>...d at 10 Not truncated
+>truncat... Not truncated
+
+# It's hard to check the time and date as they are moving targets.
+# We therefore just check that various forms of the date are consistent.
+# In fact, if you perform this at midnight it can still fail.
+# We could test for that, but we can't be bothered.
+# I hope LC_ALL is enough to make the format what's expected.
+
+ LC_ALL=C
+ date1=$(print -P %w)
+ date2=$(print -P %W)
+ date3=$(print -P %D)
+ if [[ $date1 != [A-Z][a-z][a-z][[:blank:]]##[0-9]## ]]; then
+ print "Date \`$date1' is not in the form \`Day DD' (e.g. \`Mon 1'"
+ fi
+ if [[ $date2 != [0-9][0-9]/[0-9][0-9]/[0-9][0-9] ]]; then
+ print "Date \`$date2' is not in the form \`DD/MM/YYYY'"
+ fi
+ if [[ $date3 != [0-9][0-9]-[0-9][0-9]-[0-9][0-9] ]]; then
+ print "Date \`$date3' is not in the form \`YY-MM-DD'"
+ fi
+ if (( $date1[5,-1] != $date2[4,5] )) || (( $date2[4,5] != $date3[8,9] ))
+ then
+ print "Days of month do not agree in $date1, $date2, $date3"
+ fi
+ if (( $date2[1,2] != $date3[4,5] )); then
+ print "Months do not agree in $date2, $date3"
+ fi
+ if (( $date2[7,8] != $date3[1,2] )); then
+ print "Years do not agree in $date2, $date3"
+ fi
+0:Dates produced by prompt escapes