I eventually stopped using a plugin manager

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  • fishconf

    My fish configuration

    My local plugins directory lets me separate off all my git functions from my Python functions from my MacOS stuff from everything else - that along with 3-4 good external plugins and I’ve been really happy. https://github.com/mattmc3/fishconf

  • fish-async-prompt

    Make your prompt asynchronous to improve the reactivity.

    Never used one and that's generally been ok. (~5 years here). There've been a few projects that don't provide a "manual installation" (like fish-async-prompt), but there's always a way to manually bring in that dependency. That said, `fisher`'s pitch is compelling and its author has certainly proved himself.

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  • fnm

    🚀 Fast and simple Node.js version manager, built in Rust

    https://github.com/Schniz/fnm works pretty well with fish, btw. The main drawback is that it doesn't have a command to automatically install your global npm packages from the last version. But it is not too hard to make your own.

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