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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
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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🚀 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.
Which Node Manager are you using on your linux or Mac ?
3 projects | reddit.com/r/node | 4 Jun 2022
You can handle many Node versions at once and switch them automatically with nvm
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You can manage multiple Node versions with nvm
Signal Desktop Migration / Backup w/ Conversation History (but no previews)
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Using nvm with fish shell [Linux]
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