./shells/fish, User friendly command line shell for UNIX-like operating systems

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 3.4.1, Package name: fish-3.4.1, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

fish is a user friendly command line shell for UNIX-like operating
systems, written mainly with interactive use in mind. It differs
from other shells in that it only provides as few commands as
built-ins as possible and has a daemon which allows it to have
shared variables and command-line history between shell instances.
It also features feature-rich tab-completion and has command-line
syntax highlighting.

Required to run:
[devel/gettext-tools] [devel/pcre2] [lang/python37] [devel/libatomic]

Required to build:

Master sites:

Filesize: 3215.887 KB

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   2022-04-21 13:24:52 by Jonathan Perkin | Files touched by this commit (3)
Log message:
fish: Fix PLIST issues on macOS.
   2022-04-05 22:49:22 by Benny Siegert | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
fish: update to 3.4.1

fish 3.4.1

This release of fish fixes the following problems identified in fish 3.4.0:

  * An error printed after upgrading, where old instances could pick up a newer
    version of the fish_title function, has been fixed

  * fish builds correctly on NetBSD and OpenIndiana.

  * nextd-or-forward-word, bound to Alt-Right Arrow by default, was
    inadvertently changed to move like forward-bigword. This has been corrected.

  * funcsave -q and funcsave --quiet now work correctly.

  * Issues with the csharp and nmcli completions were corrected.

If you are upgrading from version 3.3.1 or before, please also review the
release notes for 3.4.0 (included below).

fish 3.4.0

Notable improvements and fixes:

  * fish's command substitution syntax has been extended: $(cmd) now has the
    same meaning as (cmd) but it can be used inside double quotes, to prevent
    line splitting of the results.

  * Complementing the prompt command in 3.3.0, fish_config gained a theme
    subcommand to show and pick from the sample themes (meaning color schemes)
    directly in the terminal, instead of having to open a Web browser. For
    example fish_config theme choose Nord loads the Nord theme in the current
    session. The current theme can be saved with fish_config theme dump
    , and custom themes can be added by saving them in ~/.config/fish/themes/.

  * set and read learned a new option, --function, to set a variable in the
    function?s top scope.

  * string pad now excludes escape sequences like colors that fish knows about,
    and a new --visible flag to string length makes it use that kind of visible

  * Performance improvements to globbing, especially on systems using glibc. In
    some cases (large directories with files with many numbers in the names)
    this almost halves the time taken to expand the glob.

  * Autosuggestions can now be turned off by setting
    $fish_autosuggestion_enabled to 0, and (almost) all highlighting can be
    turned off by choosing the new ?None? theme. The exception is necessary
    colors, like those which distinguish autosuggestions from the actual
    command line.

  * The fish_git_prompt function, which is included in the default prompts, now
    overrides git to avoid running commands set by per-repository
    configuration. This avoids a potential security issue in some
    circumstances, and has been assigned CVE-2022-20001.
   2021-11-27 13:43:58 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
fish: do not regenerate docs

autodetected sphinx sometimes generates different file sets than
what the package expects.

From Chavdar Ivanov on pkgsrc-users
   2021-11-26 17:42:13 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
fish: remove python dependency

None of the scripts have a python interpreter in a shebang line, and they
are all examples, so python can be installed if wanted.

   2021-10-26 13:18:40 by Nia Alarie | Files touched by this commit (38)
Log message:
shells: Replace RMD160 checksums with BLAKE2s checksums

All checksums have been double-checked against existing RMD160 and
SHA512 hashes
   2021-10-07 16:56:13 by Nia Alarie | Files touched by this commit (38)
Log message:
shells: Remove SHA1 hashes for distfiles
   2021-07-16 10:50:50 by Jonathan Perkin | Files touched by this commit (4) | Package updated
Log message:
fish: Update to 3.3.1.

While here fix a C++ <version> build issue seen on macOS.

fish 3.3.1 (released July 6, 2021)

This release of fish fixes the following problems identified in fish 3.3.0:

- The prompt and command line are redrawn correctly in response to universal
  variable changes (:issue:`8088`).
- A superfluous error that was produced when setting the ``PATH`` or ``CDPATH``
  environment variables to include colon-delimited components that do not exist
  was removed (:issue:`8095`).
- The Vi mode indicator in the prompt is repainted correctly after
  :kbd:`Ctrl-C` cancels the current command (:issue:`8103`).
- fish builds correctly on platforms that do not have a ``spawn.h`` header,
  such as old versions of OS X (:issue:`8097`).

A number of improvements to the documentation, and fixes for completions, are
included as well.

If you are upgrading from version 3.2.2 or before, please also review the
release notes for 3.3.0 (included below).

fish 3.3.0 (released June 28, 2021)

Notable improvements and fixes
- ``fish_config`` gained a ``prompt`` subcommand to show and pick from the
  sample prompts directly in the terminal, instead of having to open a
  webbrowser. For example ``fish_config prompt choose default`` loads the
  default prompt in the current session (:issue:`7958`).
- The documentation has been reorganized to be easier to understand

Deprecations and removed features
- The ``$fish_history`` value "default" is no longer special. It used to be
  treated the same as "fish" (:issue:`7650`).
- Redirection to standard error with the ``^`` character has been disabled by
  default. It can be turned back on using the ``stderr-nocaret`` feature flag,
  but will eventually be disabled completely (:issue:`7105`).
- Specifying an initial tab to ``fish_config`` now only works with
  ``fish_config browse`` (e.g. ``fish_config browse variables``), otherwise it
  would interfere with the new ``prompt`` subcommand (see below)

Scripting improvements
- ``math`` gained new functions ``log2`` (like the documentation claimed),
  ``max`` and ``min`` (:issue:`7856`). ``math`` functions can be used without
  the parentheses (eg ``math sin 2 + 6``), and functions have the lowest
  precedence in the order of operations (:issue:`7877`).
- Shebang (``#!``) lines are no longer required within shell scripts, improving
  support for scripts with concatenated binary contents. If a file fails to
  execute and passes a (rudimentary) binary safety check, fish will re-invoke
  it using ``/bin/sh`` (:issue:`7802`).
- Exit codes are better aligned with bash. A failed execution now reports
  ``$status`` of 127 if the file is not found, and 126 if it is not executable.
- ``echo`` no longer writes its output one byte at a time, improving
  performance and allowing use with Linux's special API files (``/proc``,
  ``/sys`` and such) (:issue:`7836`).
- fish should now better handle ``cd`` on filesystems with broken ``stat(3)``
  responses (:issue:`7577`).
- Builtins now properly report a ``$status`` of 1 upon unsuccessful writes
- ``string match`` with unmatched capture groups and without the ``--all`` flag
  now sets an empty variable instead of a variable containing the empty string.
  It also correctly imports the first match if multiple arguments are provided,
  matching the documentation. (:issue:`7938`).
- fish produces more specific errors when a command in a command substitution
  wasn't found or is not allowed. This now prints something like "Unknown
  command" instead of "Unknown error while evaluating command \ 
- ``fish_indent`` allows inline variable assignments (``FOO=BAR command``) to
  use line continuation, instead of joining them into one line (:issue:`7955`).
- fish gained a ``--no-config`` option to disable configuration files. This
  applies to user-specific and the systemwide ``config.fish`` (typically in
  ``/etc/fish/config.fish``), and configuration snippets (typically in
  ``conf.d`` directories). It also disables universal variables, history, and
  loading of functions from system or user configuration directories
  (:issue:`7921`, :issue:`1256`).
- When universal variables are unavailable for some reason, setting a universal
  variable now sets a global variable instead (:issue:`7921`).
- ``$last_pid`` now contains the process ID of the last process in the
  pipeline, allowing it to be used in scripts (:issue:`5036`, :issue:`5832`,
  :issue:`7721`). Previously, this value contained the process group ID, but in
  scripts this was the same as the running fish's process ID.
- ``process-exit`` event handlers now receive the same value as ``$status`` in
  all cases, instead of receiving -1 when the exit was due to a signal.
- ``process-exit`` event handlers for PID 0 also received ``JOB_EXIT`` events;
  this has been fixed.
- ``job-exit`` event handlers may now be created with any of the PIDs from the
  job. The handler is passed the last PID in the job as its second argument,
  instead of the process group.
- Trying to set an empty variable name with ``set`` no longer works (these
  variables could not be used in expansions anyway).
- ``fish_add_path`` handles an undefined ``PATH`` environment variable
  correctly (:issue:`8082`).

Interactive improvements
- Commands entered before the previous command finishes will now be properly
  syntax highlighted.
- fish now automatically creates ``config.fish`` and the configuration
  directories in ``$XDG_CONFIG_HOME/fish`` (by default ``~/.config/fish``) if
  they do not already exist (:issue:`7402`).
- ``$SHLVL`` is no longer incremented in non-interactive shells. This means it
  won't be set to values larger than 1 just because your environment happens to
  run some scripts in $SHELL in its startup path (:issue:`7864`).
- fish no longer rings the bell when flashing the command line. The flashing
  should already be enough notification and the bell can be annoying
- ``fish --help`` is more helpful if the documentation isn't installed
- ``funced`` won't include an entry on where a function is defined, thanks to
  the new ``functions --no-details`` option (:issue:`7879`).
- A new variable, ``fish_killring``, containing entries from the killring, is
  now available (:issue:`7445`).
- ``fish --private`` prints a note on private mode on startup even if
  ``$fish_greeting`` is an empty list (:issue:`7974`).
- fish no longer attempts to lock history or universal variable files on remote
  filesystems, including NFS and Samba mounts. In rare cases, updates to these
  files may be dropped if separate fish instances modify them simultaneously.
- ``wait`` and ``on-process-exit`` work correctly with jobs that have already
  exited (:issue:`7210`).
- ``__fish_print_help`` (used for ``--help`` output for fish's builtins) now
  respects the ``LESS`` environment variable, and if not set, uses better
  default pager settings (:issue:`7997`).
- Errors from ``alias`` are now printed to standard error, matching other
  builtins and functions (:issue:`7925`).
- ``ls`` output is colorized on OpenBSD if colorls utility is installed
- The default pager color looks better in terminals with light backgrounds
- Further robustness improvements to the bash history import (:issue:`7874`).
- fish now tries to find a Unicode-aware locale for encoding (``LC_CTYPE``) if
  started without any locale information, improving the display of emoji and
  other non-ASCII text on misconfigured systems (:issue:`8031`). To allow a C
  locale, set the variable ``fish_allow_singlebyte_locale`` to 1.
- The Web-based configuration and documentation now feature a dark mode if the
  browser requests it (:issue:`8043`).
- Color variables can now also be given like ``--background red`` and ``-b
  red``, not just ``--background=red`` (:issue:`8053`).
- ``exit`` run within ``fish_prompt`` now exits properly (:issue:`8033`).
- When attempting to execute the unsupported POSIX-style brace command group
  (``{ ... }``) fish will suggest its equivalent ``begin; ...; end`` commands

New or improved bindings
- Pasting in Vi mode puts text in the right place in normal mode
- Vi mode's :kbd:`u` is bound to ``undo`` instead of
  ``history-search-backward``, following GNU readline's behavior. Similarly,
  :kbd:`Control-R` is bound to ``redo`` instead of ``history-search-backward``,
  following Vim (:issue:`7908`).
- :kbd:`s` in Vi visual mode now does the same thing as :kbd:`c`
- The binding for :kbd:`"*y` now uses ``fish_clipboard_copy``, allowing it to
  support more than just ``xsel``.
- The :kbd:`Control-Space` binding can be correctly customised (:issue:`7922`).
- ``exit`` works correctly in bindings (:issue:`7967`).
- The :kbd:`F1` binding, which opens the manual page for the current command,
  now works around a bug in certain ``less`` versions that fail to clear the
  screen (:issue:`7863`).
- The binding for :kbd:`Alt-S` now toggles whether ``sudo`` is prepended, even
  when it took the commandline from history instead of only adding it.
- The new functions ``fish_commandline_prepend`` and
  ``fish_commandline_append`` allow toggling the presence of a prefix/suffix on
  the current commandline. (:issue:`7905`).
- ``backward-kill-path-component`` :kbd:`Control-W`) no longer erases parts of
  two tokens when the cursor is positioned immediately after ``/``.

Improved prompts
- The default Vi mode prompt now uses foreground instead of background colors,
  making it less obtrusive (:issue:`7880`).
- Performance of the "informative" git prompt is improved somewhat
  (:issue:`7871`). This is still slower than the non-informative version by its
  very nature. In particular it is IO-bound, so it will be very slow on slow
  disks or network mounts.
- The sample prompts were updated. Some duplicated prompts, like the various
  classic variants, or less useful ones, like the "justadollar" prompt were
  removed, some prompts were cleaned up, and in some cases renamed. A new
  "simple" and "disco" prompt were added (:issue:`7884`, \ 
  :issue:`7930`). The new prompts will only take effect when selected and
  existing installed prompts will remain unchanged.
- A new ``prompt_login`` helper function to describe the kind of \ 
"login" (user,
  host and chroot status) for use in prompts. This replaces the old "debian
  chroot" prompt and has been added to the default and terlar prompts
- The Web-based configuration's prompt picker now shows and installs right
  prompts (:issue:`7930`).
- The git prompt now has the same symbol order in normal and "informative"
  mode, and it's customizable via ``$__fish_git_prompt_status_order``

- Added completions for:

  - ``firewall-cmd`` (:issue:`7900`)
  - ``sv`` (:issue:`8069`)

- Improvements to plenty of completions!
- Commands that wrap ``cd`` (using ``complete --wraps cd``) get the same
  completions as ``cd`` (:issue:`4693`).
- The ``--force-files`` option to ``complete`` works for bare arguments, not
  just options (:issue:`7920`).
- Completion descriptions for functions don't include the function definition,
  making them more concise (:issue:`7911`).
- The ``kill`` completions no longer error on MSYS2 (:issue:`8046`).
- Completion scripts are now loaded when calling a command via a relative path
  (like ``./git``) (:issue:`6001`, :issue:`7992`).
- When there are multiple completion candidates, fish inserts their shared
  prefix. This prefix was computed in a case-insensitive way, resulting in
  wrong case in the completion pager. This was fixed by only inserting prefixes
  with matching case (:issue:`7744`).

Improved terminal support
- fish no longer tries to detect a missing new line during startup, preventing
  an erroneous ``⏎`` from appearing if the terminal is resized at the wrong
  time, which can happen in tiling window managers (:issue:`7893`).
- fish behaves better when it disagrees with the terminal on the width of
  characters. In particular, staircase effects with right prompts should be
  gone in most cases (:issue:`8011`).
- If the prompt takes up the entire line, the last character should no longer
  be chopped off in certain terminals (:issue:`8002`).
- fish's reflow handling has been disabled by default for kitty
- The default prompt no longer produces errors when used with a dumb terminal
- Terminal size variables are updated for window size change signal handlers
- Pasting within a multi-line command using a terminal that supports bracketed
  paste works correctly, instead of producing an error (:issue:`7782`).
- ``set_color`` produces an error when used with invalid arguments, rather than
  empty output which interacts badly with Cartesian product expansion.

For distributors
- fish runs correctly on platforms without the ``O_CLOEXEC`` flag for
  ``open(2)`` (:issue:`8023`).
   2021-04-08 12:46:52 by Nia Alarie | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
fish: update to 3.2.2

fish 3.2.2 (released April 7, 2021)

This release of fish fixes a number of additional issues identified in the fish \ 
3.2 series:

- The command-not-found handler used suggestions from ``pacman`` on Arch Linux, \ 
but this caused major slowdowns on some systems and has been disabled \ 
- fish will no longer hang on exit if another process is in the foreground on \ 
macOS (:issue:`7901`).
- Certain programs (such as ``lazygit``) could create situations where fish \ 
would not receive keystrokes correctly, but it is now more robust in these \ 
situations (:issue:`7853`).
- Arguments longer than 1024 characters no longer trigger excessive CPU usage on \ 
macOS (:issue:`7837`).
- fish builds correctly on macOS when using new versions of Xcode (:issue:`7838`).
- Completions for ``aura`` (:issue:`7865`) and ``tshark`` (:issue:`7858`) should \ 
no longer produce errors.
- Background jobs no longer interfere with syntax highlighting (a regression \ 
introduced in fish 3.2.1, :issue:`7842`).

If you are upgrading from version 3.1.2 or before, please also review the \ 
release notes for 3.2.1 and 3.2.0 (included below).