A fish alias is actually implemented as a function. To save a function, you need funcsave. So this is the sequence
That creates ~/.config/fish/functions/foo.fish which will ...
As mentioned in here, it can be achieved through ble.sh
# Quick TRIAL without installation
# requires the commands git, make (GNU make), and gawk
git clone --recursive https://github.com/akinomyoga/...
Use the status command:
$ fish -c 'status --is-interactive; and echo yes; or echo no'
$ status --is-interactive; and echo yes; or echo no
Also, status --is-login. That should cover your bases....
Since fish 2.3.0 you can use the string builtin:
string join ',' $ASD
The rest of this answer applies to older versions of fish.
One option is to use variable catenation:
echo -s ,$ASD
This adds an ...
You need a shebang line if the executable file cannot be run natively by the kernel. The kernel can only run machine code in a specific format (ELF on most Unix variants), or sometimes other formats (...
The !! syntax is part of the bash history substitution feature, which fish does not implement. See this link for a discussion. Please feel free to weigh in there on what you think fish ought to do.
It looks to me like there's a string function for that purpose:
$ set STRING something here
$ string match -q "other_string" $STRING; and echo yes
$ set STRING some other_string here
$ string match -...
In xargs -I replstr utility arguments, POSIX requires that the replstr be only substituted in the arguments, not utility. GNU xargs is compliant in that regard (busybox xargs is not).
To work around ...
bash and fish have incompatible syntax, so they cannot share startup files. You can put startup commands in ~/.config/fish/config.fish.
However this is usually unnecessary! For creating functions or ...
I stumbled upon this post,the first script is quite nice but I really like using one file for all my aliases.
Another simpler and neat way to do it would be:
Move all your aliases to ~/.bash_aliases ...