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Revision as of 20:22, 21 February 2007


Introduction

fish is a user friendly commandline shell intended mostly for interactive use.

Installation instructions

To install the package for fish using pacman run:

pacman -S fish

To verify that it has been installed you can run:

less /etc/shells

If you wanted to make fish your default shell run:

chsh -s /usr/local/bin/fish

Licenses

Fish Copyright (C) 2005-2006 Axel Liljencrantz.

Fish is released under the GNU General Public License, version 2.

Fish contains code under the BSD license, namely versions of the two functions strlcat and strlcpy, modified for use with wide character strings. This code is copyrighted by Todd C. Miller.

The XSel command, written and copyrighted by Conrad Parker, is distributed together with, and used by fish. It is released under the MIT license.

The xdgmime library, written and copyrighted by Red Hat, Inc, is used by the mimedb command, which is a part of fish. It is released under the LGPL.

Fish contains code from the glibc library, namely the wcstok function. This code is licensed under the LGPL.

External Links

http://www.fishshell.org HomePage
http://www.fishshell.org/user_doc/index.html Documentation
http://www.fishshell.org/wiki/moin.cgi/ Wiki