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Of course, you'll have to process the .\" output yourself in some meaningful fashion. .\" .\" Avoid warning from groff about undefined register 'F'. .de IX .. .if !\nF .nr F 0 .if \nF>0 \{\ . de IX . tm Index:\\\$1\t\\n%\t"\\\$2" .. . if !\nF==2 \{\ . nr % 0 . nr F 2 . \} .\} .\" ======================================================================== .\" .IX Title "FIZSH 1" .TH FIZSH 1 "2017-07-31" "fizsh 1.0.9" "" .\" For nroff, turn off justification. Always turn off hyphenation; it makes .\" way too many mistakes in technical documents. .if n .ad l .nh .SH "NAME" fizsh \- Fizsh is a user friendly front end to zsh. .SH "SYNOPSIS" .IX Header "SYNOPSIS" fizsh [\s-1OPTIONS\s0] ... [\s-1ARGUMENTS\s0] ... .SH "DESCRIPTION" .IX Header "DESCRIPTION" Fizsh provides zsh with interactive syntax-highlighting and a MATLAB-like history-search. Fizsh is intended to look and feel similar to fish. A distinguishing feature is that fizsh can handle Bourne compatible syntax. This is because fizsh is a front end to zsh. Fish does not handle Bourne compatible syntax. .SH "CONFIGURATION" .IX Header "CONFIGURATION" \&\*(L"\$HOME/.fizsh/\*(R" is the directory where fizsh keeps its local configuration files. The file \*(L"\$HOME/.fizsh/.fizshrc\*(R" serves as the user's local startup script. Local customizations, such as aliases and functions, can be added here. This file allows the same syntax as \*(L"\$HOME/.zshrc\*(R" under zsh. \*(L"\$HOME/.fizsh/.fizsh_history\*(R" is the name of fizsh's history file. The other files in \*(L"\$HOME/.fizsh\*(R" are installed when the user runs \*(L"/usr/bin/fizsh\*(R" for the first time. These files are automatically overwritten after installing a newer version of Fizsh. The user may call the function \*(L"fizsh-reinstall\*(R" to force a reinstallation of his local configuration files. .PP Compared to the default configuration of zsh, fizsh additionally sets the options \*(L"append_history\*(R", \*(L"inc_append_history\*(R", \*(L"hist_ignore_all_dups\*(R", \*(L"hist_reduce_blanks\*(R", \*(L"hist_ignore_space\*(R", \*(L"interactive_comments\*(R", \*(L"correct\*(R", \*(L"no_beep\*(R" and \*(L"prompt_subst\*(R". .PP For further configuration details consult zsh's man pages .SH "OPTIONS" .IX Header "OPTIONS" Fizsh is usually invoked without options and without command-line arguments. .PP The only supported command-line options are \*(L"\-\-version\*(R", \*(L"\-\-help\*(R", \*(L"\-\-login\*(R", shorthands for these commands are \*(L"\-v\*(R", \*(L"\-h\*(R", \*(L"\-l\*(R" respectively. \*(L"\-\-version\*(R" yields fizsh's version number. \*(L"\-\-help\*(R" causes fizsh to print brief usage information. \*(L"\-\-login\*(R" causes fizsh to run as a login shell. .PP If invoked with other command-line options and/or arguments fizsh will silently revert to zsh. =head1 \s-1BUGS\s0 .PP There are no known bugs at the moment. Bug reports, bug fixes and other comments are welcome. .SH "NOTES" .IX Header "NOTES" Fizsh will run as a login shell if it is invoked with the \*(L"\-l\*(R", or if it is started by the \*(L"login\*(R" program. If fizsh is run as a login shell \*(L"\$0\*(R" will be set to \*(L"\-fizsh\*(R". \*(L"\$0\*(R" will be \*(L"fizsh\*(R" otherwise. .PP \&\s-1MATLAB\s0 is a registered trademark of The MathWorks, Inc. .SH "AUTHOR" .IX Header "AUTHOR" Guido van Steen, based on work by the \*(L"zsh-syntax-highlighting contributors\*(R" and the contributors to \*(L"zsh-history-substring-search\*(R". The author also gratefully acknowledges http://www.zsh.org/mla/users/2011/msg00734.html. .SH "SEE ALSO" .IX Header "SEE ALSO" \&\fIfizsh\fR\|(1), \fIfish\fR\|(1), \fIzsh\fR\|(1)