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Bug#603963: marked as done (Patch: addaptation of fimgs script, zgs, that uses zgv instead to view pdf etc.)



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regarding Patch: addaptation of fimgs script, zgs, that uses zgv instead to view pdf etc.
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--- Begin Message ---
Package: zgv
Version: 5.9-2+b1
Severity: wishlist

Below is an adaptation of the fimgs script, zgs, to use zgv in compliment 
of fim/fbi to view pdf, ps etc., allowing use of unique zgv features such
as generation/viewing/selection via thumbnails.
The script is not perfect right now, could use a bit of cleanup,
but is usable.  Thanks for any feedback/consideration.
--

#!/bin/bash

VERSION="$Id: zgs,v 1.1 2010/11/16 07:20:00 dallas Exp dallas $"  ;

# (c) 2010 Dallas Legan

# This is a modified version of the original fimgs script,by Michele Matone
# and is capable of displaying pdf, eps, ps, and dvi files.
# Now enhanced for viewing .cbr and .cbz files :)!
#
# Note : it won't probably work on bash, version < 3.0 because of regular expressions.

# this script wants a temporary directory to stores rendered/wget'ed files
# this directory is named after the process ID


# #######################################################################
# ######## Start: Functions, Variables, etc. #################################
# #######################################################################

USAGE="${0##*/} [ -h | -v ] [ -T ] [ -s ] [ -p PDF-PASSWORD] [ -c PRE-COMMANDS ] [ -F FINAL-COMMANDS ] FILES"

DIR="${TMPDIR-/var/tmp}/fbps-$$"

# we must have write permissions in that directory
mkdir -p $DIR	|| exit 1

# we want that directory clean after this script execution, no matter what happens
trap "rm -rf $DIR" EXIT

# as advised in man which, for mysterious reasons ( C compatible )
which ()
{
	( alias; declare -f ; ) | /usr/bin/which --tty-only --read-alias --read-functions --show-tilde --show-dot $@
}

#export -f which

# checks if the first supplied argument is in the current $PATH
function check_in_path()
{
	local cmd="$1";
	[[ -z "$cmd" ]] && return 0
	[[ -z $(which "$cmd" 2>/dev/null) ]] && return -1
	return 0
}

function help_message ()
{

cat <<EOHELP

${USAGE}

 -T  - Pass tagged files to FINAL_COMMANDS
 -s  - Pass dimensions of last displayed file to FINAL_COMMANDS

Note that FILE can be a (correctly named) :"
 PDF (.pdf) file"
 Postscript (.ps) file"
 TAR (.tar) archive"
 BZ2 (.bz2) archive"
 GZIP (.gz) archive"
 https://  resource (web resource)"
 http://  resource (web resource)"

Note that you cannot view files names like the options (no -- meta-option)."

 `man zgs`   will give you more info."

EOHELP
}

# output functions
function info()  { echo '  [+]' "$@" 1>&2 ;  }
function einfo() { echo '  [-]' "$@" 1>&2 ;  }
function die() { einfo "ERROR : "$@ 1>&2 ; exit -1 ; }


# #######################################################################
# ######## End: Functions, Variables, etc. #################################
# #######################################################################

# our favourite framebuffer viewing program :)
#  FBI=fim
ZGV=zgv

check_in_path $ZGV  || die "no zgv in \$PATH"
#  check_in_path sort  || die "no sort in \$PATH"
check_in_path echo  || die "no echo in \$PATH"
#  check_in_path find  || die "no find in \$PATH"
check_in_path wget  || die "no wget in \$PATH"
check_in_path gs    || die "no gs (ghostscript) in \$PATH"
check_in_path tar   || die "no tar in \$PATH"
check_in_path basename   || die "no basename in \$PATH"
check_in_path md5sum   || die "no md5sum in \$PATH"
#check_in_path rar   || die "no rar in \$PATH"
#check_in_path unzip || die "no unzip in \$PATH"
#check_in_path scp  || die "no scp in \$PATH"


# parse options
#  fbiopts="-w"
zgvopts="-j   --reload-delay 1000000 "
#      -j  apparently needed for framebuffer svgalib driver
gsopts="-q"
passwd=""
opt=1



# in this way odd filenames are kept intact, be WARNED
while test "$opt" = "1"
#set -- `getopt "" "$@"`
#while [ ! -z "$1" ]
do
	case "$1" in
#		-l)	gsopts="$gsopts -r100x100"
#			shift
#			;;
#		-xl)	gsopts="$gsopts -r120x120"
#			shift
#			;;
#		-xxl)	gsopts="$gsopts -r150x150"
#			shift
#			;;
#		-q | -a)
#			fbiopts="$fbiopts $1"
#			shift
#			;;
#		-d | -m | -t | -g | -f)
#			fbiopts="$fbiopts $1 $2"
#			shift; shift
#			;;
		# explicit option passing
		# -t)	fbiopts="$fbiopts --no-framebuffer"
		#	shift
		#	;;
                -s | --show-dimensions )
                        zgvopts="${zgvopts}  --show-dimensions "  ;
			shift  ;
			;;
                -T | --show-tagged )
                        zgvopts="${zgvopts}  --show-tagged "  ;
			shift  ;
			;;
		-c)	zgvpre="$2"
			shift 2  ;
			;;
		-F)	zgvpost="$2"
			shift 2  ;
			;;
		-p)	password="$2"
			shift 2  ;
			;;
                [-/][hH?]* | --[hH]* )
			#help text
                        help_message  ;
			exit 1 ;
			;;
             

                [-/][vV]* | --[vV]* )
                        echo ${VERSION}  ;
                        exit 1  ;
                        ;;

	        *)	
			[[ "$1" =~ '^-.*' ]] && zgvopts="$zgvopts $1";
			break;;
#		-*)	echo "unknown option: $1"
#			exit 1
#			;;
#		*)	opt=0
#			;;
	esac
#	shift
done



cat <<ZGVSUMMARY

zgv image viewer command summary:

(Generally vi / lynx - vi mode cursor controls)
Alt-u    -  generate/update thumbnail images
             (Suggested for tiled overview of document)
?        -  help
/        -  help for video modes available
v        -  toggle file selector mode between graphical or text
ESC      -  return to previous mode (eventually exiting)
Enter    -  go to the next image
:        -  display file information
;        -  reset brightness/contract/etc. to default
Ctrl-I   -  start a slide show of files tagged in file selector mode.
Ctrl-R   -  refresh view/directory
Ctrl-L   -  refresh view/directory
Right Mouse button  -  context sensitive menu
Left  Mouse button  -  select an image or directory in file selector/directory
view mode

ZGVSUMMARY


###############################################################################
##		HANDLING OF CBR AND CBZ ARCHIVES
###############################################################################
UNCBZ="unzip" ; ZOPT="-x '*/*'" # suits for Info-ZIP implementation
UNCBR="rar x"                   # suits for Alexander Roshal's RAR 3.51
UNTAR="tar xf"
UNTGZ="tar xzf"
UNBZ="tar xjf"
#while [[ "$1" != "" ]]
#while [[ "$#" -gt "0" ]]
while test "$opt" = "1"
#while shift
do
	f="$1";
	shift 1  ;
	[[ "$f" =~ 'https://' ]] && { fn="$DIR"/"`basename $f`" && wget "$f" -O "$fn" && trap "rm $fn" EXIT ; f="$fn"; }
	[[ "$f" =~ 'http://' ]] && { fn="$DIR"/"`basename $f`" && wget "$f" -O "$fn" && trap "rm $fn" EXIT ; f="$fn"; }
	[[ "$f" =~ 'ssh:' ]] && { bfn="`basename ${f/#ssh:/}`" && fn="$DIR"/"`echo $bfn | sed s/^.*://`" && scp "${f/ssh:/}" "$fn" && trap "rm $fn" EXIT ; f="$fn"; }
	[[ -z "$f" ]] && break ;
	#while [[ ! -f "$f" ]] ; do shift ; [[ "$#" -lt 0 ]] && break 2 ; done
###############################################################################
##		HANDLING OF DVI,PS AND PDF FILES
###############################################################################
#[[ "$f" =~ .dvi$ ]] && f="/tmp/$$.ps" && dvips -q "$f" -o "$f" &&  trap "rm $f ; rm -fRd $DIR" EXIT
#[[ -f "$f" ]] || { echo "an option!" ;  fbiopts="$fbiopts $f" ; break ; } # not a file, but an option


#d.e.l.  [[ "$f" =~ .dvi$ ]] && fbiopts=" -P $fbiopts"
#d.e.l.  [[ "$f" =~ .pdf$ ]] && fbiopts=" -P $fbiopts"
#d.e.l.  [[ "$f" =~ .ps$  ]] && fbiopts=" -P $fbiopts"
#d.e.l.  [[ "$f" =~ .eps$  ]] && fbiopts=" -P $fbiopts"

if ( [[ "$f" =~ .ps$  ]] || [[ "$f" =~ .pdf$  ]] ) || ( [[ "$f" =~ .eps$  ]] || [[ "$f" =~ .dvi$  ]] )
then 

BDIR=''
if check_in_path md5sum
then
	DIRS=$(echo "$f" | md5sum )
	DIRS=${DIRS// /}
	DIRS=${DIRS//-/}
	BDIR="$DIR/$DIRS"
	# this means that giving duplicate input files will overwrite the original render directory...
else
	BDIR="$DIR/"$(basename "$f")
fi
mkdir -p $BDIR  	|| die "failed mkdir $BDIR"
info "rendering $f to $BDIR.."

#this is a workaround for gs's .. bug ..

[[ "$f" =~ "^\.\."  ]] && f="$PWD/$f"

# note : we cannot render gs renderable documents with more than 1000 pages...
gs	-dSAFER -dNOPAUSE -dBATCH			\
	-sPDFPassword="$password"			\
	-sDEVICE=png256 -r240x240 -sOutputFile=$BDIR/ps%03d.png	\
	$gsopts						\
	"$f" || die "ghostscript failed rendering!"
# still unused options :
#	-sDEVICE=tiffpack				\
#	-sOutputFile=$DIR/ps%03d.tiff

# tell the user we are done :-)
#echo -ne "\\007"
#echo stuff : `ls -l $DIR`
#echo "contents of $DIR:"
#$FBI $fbiopts -P $DIR/ps*.png
#$FBI $fbiopts -P $DIR/ps*.png 2>/dev/null
#fbi $fbiopts -P $DIR/ps*.tiff
# sanity check
#pages=`ls $DIR/ 2>/dev/null | wc -l`
#if test "$pages" -eq "0"; then
#	echo
#	echo "Oops: ghostscript wrote no pages ($pages)?"
#	echo
#	exit 1
#elif ( ( [[ "$f" =~ \\.cbr$  ]] || [[ "$f" =~ \\.cbz$  ]] ) || ( [[ "$f" =~ \\.rar$  ]] || [[ "$f" =~ \\.zip$  ]] ) || ( [[ "$f" =~ \\.tgz$  ]] || [[ "$f" =~ \\.tar.gz$  ]] ) || ( [[ "$f" =~ \\.tar$  ]] || [[ "$f" =~ \\.tar.bz2$  ]] ) )  && ! [[ "$f" =~ '^http://' ]]
elif ( ( [[ "$f" =~ .CBR$  ]] || [[ "$f" =~ .CBZ$  ]] || [[ "$f" =~ .cbr$  ]] || [[ "$f" =~ .cbz$  ]] ) || ( [[ "$f" =~ .rar$  ]] || [[ "$f" =~ .zip$  ]] ) || ( [[ "$f" =~ .tgz$  ]] || [[ "$f" =~ .tar.gz$  ]] ) || ( [[ "$f" =~ .tar$  ]] || [[ "$f" =~ .tar.bz2$  ]] ) )  && ! [[ "$f" =~ 'http://' ]] && ! [[ "$f" =~ 'https://' ]]
then
# in the case of an archive ...
# an ideal fimgs script would unpack recursively in search for interesting files..


# 20070925 there were problems with '\\.' so i put '.' only :/
[[ "$f" =~ .cbr$    ]] && ( $UNCBR "$f"    "$DIR"  ) 
[[ "$f" =~ .CBR$    ]] && ( $UNCBR "$f"    "$DIR"  ) 
[[ "$f" =~ .rar$    ]] && ( $UNCBR "$f"    "$DIR"  ) 
[[ "$f" =~ .cbz$    ]] && ( $UNCBZ "$f" $ZOPT -d "$DIR" ) 
[[ "$f" =~ .CBZ$    ]] && ( $UNCBZ "$f" $ZOPT -d "$DIR" ) 
[[ "$f" =~ .zip$    ]] && ( $UNCBZ "$f" $ZOPT -d "$DIR" ) 
[[ "$f" =~ .tgz$    ]] && ( $UNTGZ "$f" -C "$DIR" ) 
[[ "$f" =~ .tar.gz$ ]] && ( $UNTGZ "$f" -C "$DIR" ) 
[[ "$f" =~ .tar$    ]] && ( $UNTAR "$f" -C "$DIR" ) 
[[ "$f" =~ .tar.bz2$ ]] && ( $UNBZ "$f" -C "$DIR" ) 

# ... but this fimgs script is lazy and it gets satisfied with a bare decompress !

# lone file handling..
#[[ "$?" == 0 ]] || echo "this script is not suited for file $f" 
else
	[[ -f "$DIR/`basename $f`" ]] || cp -- "$f" "$DIR" || die "problems copying $f to $DIR"
fi
#fi
done
# show pages
#fbiopts=
#$FBI $fbiopts -P -- $DIR/* $DIR/*/* $DIR/*/*/* $DIR/*/*/*/* $DIR/*/*/*/*/* $DIR/*/*/*/*/*/* $DIR/*/*/*/*/*/*/*
#echo "options are $fbiopts"

# there should be some filter to avoid feed garbage to fim ... 
#  find $DIR/ -type f -iname '*.jpg' -or -iname '*.jpeg' -or -iname '*.png' -or -iname '*.gif' -or -iname '*.bmp' -or -iname '*.tiff' | sort -n | $FBI $fbiopts  -- -

cd ${DIR}/*  ;
${zgvpre:=:}  ;
${zgvpost:=:}  $( sudo $ZGV $zgvopts )   ;
sudo /bin/rm  -fr .xvpics/*; sudo /bin/rmdir  .xvpics 

# when no framebuffer device is available, we could invoke another console viewer, couldn't we ?
# cacaview $DIR/*

# the old syntax
# $FBI $fbiopts -P  `find $DIR -iname '*.png' -or -iname '*.jpg' -or -iname '*.gif' -or -iname '*.jpeg' -or -iname '*.tiff' -or -iname '*.bmp'`

# or the older one ..
#$FBI $fbiopts -P -- $files

# or the ancient one
#fbi $fbiopts -P $DIR/ps*.tiff




-- System Information:
Debian Release: squeeze/sid
  APT prefers testing
  APT policy: (990, 'testing')
Architecture: i386 (i686)

Kernel: Linux 2.6.30-2-686 (SMP w/1 CPU core)
Locale: LANG=en_US.UTF-8, LC_CTYPE=en_US.UTF-8 (charmap=UTF-8)
Shell: /bin/sh linked to /bin/bash

Versions of packages zgv depends on:
ii  libc6                  2.11.2-6          Embedded GNU C Library: Shared lib
ii  libjpeg62              6b1-1             The Independent JPEG Group's JPEG 
ii  libpng12-0             1.2.41-1          PNG library - runtime
ii  libsvga1               1:1.4.3-29        console SVGA display libraries
ii  libtiff4               3.9.2-1           Tag Image File Format (TIFF) libra
ii  zlib1g                 1:1.2.3.3.dfsg-15 compression library - runtime

zgv recommends no packages.

zgv suggests no packages.

-- no debconf information



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Version: 5.9-6+rm

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as the package zgv has just been removed from the Debian archive
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that we couldn't deal with your issue properly.

For details on the removal, please see http://bugs.debian.org/710825

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