not in front of a Solus computer at the moment but the only dependency seems to be zsh. Other than that the build is fairly simple. I doubt this will get added to the repo based on the fact its been a year and a half since an update although I'm not sure that that matters since it most likely just sits on top of zsh... To add to that, the last release was in 2014, while the last commit is from 2016. Extremely weird. Can track this issue here https://github.com/zsh-users/fizsh/issues/13
It's basically Zsh with better defaults, @DataDrake.
Fish shell is known for being awesome out of the box with auto-completion, syntax highlighting, themes and what-not already pre-configured.
The only problem with Fish is that it's not POSIX/bash compatible and changes a bunch of syntax which makes it pretty unusable.
For example, in Fish: && gets changed to ; and. Imagine doing sudo eopkg up; and sudo eopkg it example Makes Fish a real pain.
It's useful and a ton quicker to setup than Zsh alone and just combines the good from fish into Zsh.
I'm extremely hesitant to accept a shell that only gets updated when the dev wakes up from 6 month hibernation periods. The lack of active development is a sign that this may not be around in a couple years.
I concur. I love the idea of Fizsh and think it has a ton of potential to combine the good of Fish and Zsh into something amazing but I’m not sure how much this project is lacking with developer activity.