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[ANNOUNCEMENT] fish-3.0.2-2 (test)

fish 3.0.2-2 is now available as a test release in Cygwin. This release has
two changes from the previous Cygwin test release, 3.0.2-1:

* Fixed external commands launched from config.fish don't have the correct
tty modes[1].

* Universal variables are now stored separately for the x86_84 and i686
architectures, in fish_variables.x86_64 and fish_variables.i686
respectively, in ~/.config/fish.

fish version 3 introduces backwards-incompatible changes with version 2:

* See https://fishshell.com/release_notes.html for the list of upstream
changes. See especially the release notes for fish 3.0.0.

* Universal variables are saved in a different file now
(fish_variables.$ARCH, instead of fishd.$HOSTNAME.$ARCH, in
~/.config/fish). fish will import your universal variables from the old
version 2 file, but that may not work correctly with path variables (PATH,
MANPATH, LD_LIBRARY_PATH). If you get strange errors about commands not
found, you may need to reset them manually.

Please test this release, and report here whether you find any problems or

fish is the friendly interactive shell. It's a Unix shell that focuses on
interactive use, discoverability, and user friendliness. The design goal of
fish is to give the user a rich set of powerful features in a way that is
easy to discover, remember, and use.

Home page: http://fishshell.com

Andrew E. Schulman



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