Update `rbenv init` instructions
The README details `eval`ing `rbenv init -`, but for some shells (such as fish) there's a difference in what should be run. It turns out that `rbenv init` on its own will print correct instructions, so we should point users to running that command instead.
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@@ -180,13 +180,8 @@ easy to fork and contribute any changes back upstream.
**Zsh note**: Modify your `~/.zshrc` file instead of `~/.bash_profile`.
3. Add `rbenv init` to your shell to enable shims and autocompletion.
$ echo 'eval "$(rbenv init -)" ' >> ~/.bash_profile
_Same as in previous step, use `~/.bashrc` on Ubuntu, or `~/.zshrc` for Zsh._
3. Run `~/.rbenv/bin/rbenv init` for shell-specific instructions on how to
+ initialize rbenv to enable shims and autocompletion.
4. Restart your shell so that PATH changes take effect. (Opening a new
terminal tab will usually do it.) Now check if rbenv was set up:
@@ -237,9 +232,8 @@ $ brew update
$ brew install rbenv
-Afterwards you'll still need to add
`eval "$(rbenv init -)"` to your
-profile as stated in the caveats. You'll only ever have to do this
+Afterwards you'll still need to run
`rbenv init` for instructions
+as stated in the caveats. You'll only ever have to do this once.
### How rbenv hooks into your shell