Adds sxmo_contacts overide

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Jonathan Hodgson 11 months ago
parent aa8cc6a3e2
commit 764dcb9a67
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      bin/.bin/sxmo-overrides/sxmo_contacts.sh

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#!/usr/bin/env sh
# This script prints in reverse chronological order unique entries from the
# modem log merged with contact names defined in contacts file tsv.
# Wherein $CONTACTSFILE is tsv with two fields: number\tcontact name
# Wherein $LOGFILE is *sorted* tsv with three fields: date\tevt\tnumber
#
# Most normal numbers should be a full phone number starting with + and the country number
# Some special numbers (ie. 2222, "CR AGRICOLE") can ignore this pattern
#
# Prints in output format: "number: contact"
#
# CHANGES BY JH
# I dont want a tsv file of contacts. Instead, I will use abook to maage my contacts
# include common definitions
# shellcheck source=scripts/core/sxmo_common.sh
. "/usr/bin/sxmo_common.sh"
CONTACTSFILE="$XDG_CONFIG_HOME"/sxmo/contacts.tsv
LOGFILE="$XDG_DATA_HOME"/sxmo/modem/modemlog.tsv
ABOOKFILE="$XDG_DATA_HOME"/abook/addressbook
abook_to_tsv(){
cat "$ABOOKFILE" |
grep -E '(\[[0-9]+\]|^$|name|phone|mobile)' |
awk -v RS="\n\n" -v ORS="\n" '{gsub("\n","\t",$0); print $0}' |
sed 's/^[[:space:]]*//' |
grep -E "(phone|mobile)" | while read -r line; do
name="$(echo "$line" | cut -d ' ' -f 2 | cut -d '=' -f 2)"
echo "$line" | tr '\t' '\n' |
grep -E '(phone|mobile)' | while read -r numLine; do
num="$(echo "$numLine" | cut -d '=' -f 2 | tr -d ' ' |
sed 's/+44(0)/+44/' | sed 's/^0/+44/')"
numType="$(echo "$numLine" | cut -d '=' -f 1)"
echo -e "$num\t$name ($numType)"
done
done > "$CONTACTSFILE"
}
prepare_contacts_list() {
cut -f3 |
tac |
awk '!($0 in a){a[$0]; print}' |
sed '/^[[:space:]]*$/d' |
awk -F'\t' '
FNR==NR{a[$1]=$2; next}
{
if (!a[$1]) a[$1] = "Unknown Number";
print $0 ": " a[$1]
}
' "$CONTACTSFILE" -
}
contacts() {
prepare_contacts_list < "$LOGFILE"
}
texted_contacts() {
grep "\(recv\|sent\)_txt" "$LOGFILE" | prepare_contacts_list
}
called_contacts() {
grep "call_\(pickup\|start\)" "$LOGFILE" | prepare_contacts_list
}
all_contacts() {
awk -F'\t' '{
print $1 ": " $2
}' "$CONTACTSFILE" | sort -f -k 2
}
unknown_contacts() {
contacts \
| grep "Unknown Number$" \
| cut -d: -f1 \
| grep "^+[0-9]\{9,14\}$"
}
# if the abook file doens't exist, touch conatacts file in order to prevent errors
[ -f "$ABOOKFILE" ] || touch "$CONTACTSFILE"
# If abook file is newer than contacts, re-genreate contacts tsv
[ "$ABOOKFILE" -nt "$CONTACTSFILE" ] && abook_to_tsv
if [ "$1" = "--all" ]; then
all_contacts
elif [ "$1" = "--unknown" ]; then
unknown_contacts
elif [ "$1" = "--texted" ]; then
texted_contacts
elif [ "$1" = "--called" ]; then
called_contacts
elif [ -n "$*" ]; then
all_contacts | grep -i "$*"
else
contacts
fi
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