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Installing from fish via Homebrew #107

deepfriedmind opened this issue Jun 2, 2019 · 2 comments


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commented Jun 2, 2019

When I ran brew install Schniz/tap/fnm I got the following "caveat":

Skipped the installation of fnm to ~/.config/fish/ because I found `# fnm`.
In case you want to do it manually, add the following to the file:

  # fnm
  eval "$(fnm env --multi)"

I did not have that in my previously, so it was definitely added during installation. However, this isn't the correct syntax for fish and will break the config. It should be fnm env --multi | source, right?


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commented Jun 3, 2019

You are correct! This is weird, I thought it would work:

Do you want to try to debug it, or you want me to do that? 😄

I consider adding the "setup script" to fnm as well, but that would probably be super weird

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commented Jun 3, 2019

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