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The friendly interactive shell (fish) is a Unix shell that focuses on interactive use, discoverability, and user friendliness.

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chain Fish commands via `&&` or `||`

In Bash/ZSH and other shells, I am used to using && and ||. Is there any equivalent in Fish?
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re-use '~/.profile` for Fish?

(I'm talking about the shell Fish, esp. Fish's Fish.) For Bash/ZSH, I had ~/.profile with some exports, aliases and other stuff. I don't want to have a separate config for environment variables for ...
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How to use fish shell in cygwin?

Is it possible to use the fish shell with cygwin? I wasn't able to compile the source in cygwin, and I didn't find any precompiled packages. Is there a good reason for not having fish in cygwin?
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How to keep terminal window title in sync with tmux window

I am using a program called "Timing" to track my time. Timing uses the name of the current window in iTerm for categorization purposes. I'd like to set the current title of iTerm to match the name of ...
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How to get Fish shell and NVM both installed with Homebrew to work together?

I am trying to manage my packages for OSX using Homebrew as much a I can. I have installed both the Fish Shell and NVM using Homebrew but cannot get Fish to recognize my NVM installation. NVM ...
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run any shell script from Fish and import all exported env variables?

Is it possible somehow to import all environment variables which are exported by a subprocess started by Fish? E.g. from my Fish session, I start bash ~/.profile, which exports some variables and I ...
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How do you install pythonbrew when using the Fish Shell?

I use the Fish shell in Mac OS X and I cannot figure out how to install pythonbrew. Is this possible and if so how? What I think I need to figure out is how to convert the following for my .bashrc to ...
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Is administrator account necessary in order to use shells such as zsh and fish?

I have a weird situation. I’m using Mac OS X 10.11 (El Capitan) and iTerm2. Zsh is listed by default in /etc/shells as /bin/zsh, and this allows me to use Zsh without any issues on my standard ...