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A plugin manager for fish.

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curl -Lo ~/.config/fish/functions/fisher.fish --create-dirs git.io/fisher


Install a plugin.

fisher mono

Install some plugins.

fisher z fzf edc/bass omf/thefuck

Install a gist.

fisher https://gist.github.com/username/1f40e1c6e0551b2666b2

Install a local directory.

fisher ~/my/plugin

Edit your fishfile and run fisher to commit changes.

$EDITOR ~/.config/fish/fishfile

Show everything you've installed.

fisher ls
@ plugin     # a local plugin
* mono       # current theme

Show everything that's available.

fisher ls-remote

Update everything.

fisher up

Update plugins.

fisher up bass z fzf

Remove plugins.

fisher rm thefuck

Remove all the plugins.

fisher ls | fisher rm

Get help.

fisher help z


Is fisherman compatible with oh-my-fish themes and plugins?


Where does fisherman put stuff?

The configuration and cache are saved to ~/.config/fisherman and ~/.cache/fisherman respectively.

The fishfile and plugins are saved to ~/.config/fish by default.

To customize this location:

set -U fish_path ~/my/path

What is a fishfile and how do I use it?

The fishfile lists what you've installed, and it's automatically updated as you install / remove plugins.

If you prefer, you can edit this file and run fisher to install missing plugins and dependencies.

What is a plugin?

A plugin is:

  1. a directory with one or more .fish functions either at the root level of the project or inside a functions directory

  2. a theme or prompt: a fish_prompt.fish and/or fish_right_prompt.fish

  3. a snippet: one or more .fish files inside a directory named conf.d, run by fish at the start of the session

How can I list plugins as dependencies to my plugin?

Create a new fishfile at the root level of your project and write the plugin URL such as github.com/owner/repo.

Why am I receiving errors when running fisher ls-remote?

You can export the GITHUB_USER and GITHUB_TOKEN environment variables in your shell, to prevent GitHub's search API from rejecting anonymous requests:

set -x GITHUB_USER your_username
set -x GITHUB_TOKEN your_github_api_token_for_fisherman