[arch-general] fish 2.0.0b2 in [community-testing]
sanskritfritz at gmail.com
Fri Jul 27 10:39:24 EDT 2012
On Thu, Jul 26, 2012 at 8:20 AM, Bartłomiej Piotrowski <b at bpiotrowski.pl> wrote:
> As you probably know, fish release available in [community] is very old.
> Code hasn't been updated since 2009. Official website doesn't work
> currently, but there was the info that development is stalled.
> Alex Søndergaard suggested switching to Ridiculous Fish' fork. It
> provides almost identical set of features, but I'm not sure about
> compatibility, that's why it goes to [community-testing] first.
> Current release "beta2" is rather pacman unfriendly, but incoming stable
> release will be versioned as "2.0", so say hello to fish-2.0b2.
> Happy testing!
>  http://ridiculousfish.com/shell/
Thank you for packaging this gem.
I follow the development of fish rather closely and I can say that the
fish community, including the original author  treats this new fork
as official. Development was moved over to github as the
fish-shell-git AUR package reflects this. ridiculousfish and siteshwar
have rewritten the code: "It's all in (sane) C++. No more
string_buffer_t, array_list_t, or hash_table_t, and no more halloc!"
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