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by Phidica ST2/ST3

A robust Sublime Text syntax package for fish

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friendly interactive shell (fish)

A Sublime Text 2/3 package for the friendly interactive shell. It features a robust syntax highlighting scheme that mimics the native highlighting behaviour of fish.

All the syntax of fish 2.7 is completely implemented. fish 3.0 support is in development. Suggestions and bug reports are welcome.

ST2 support and ST3 support is separated between two branches: - st2: Plugins only compatible with ST2, syntax uses tmLanguage scheme, and provides highlighting for fish 2.7 only. - master: Plugins only compatible with ST3, syntax uses sublime-syntax scheme, and provides highlighting for fish 2.7 (and eventually fish 3.0).

The 2.x.x series of releases (on both ST support branches) only support fish 2.7. The coming 3.x.x series of releases (on the master branch alone) will include support for fish 3.0.

Features

  • Extensive syntax highlighting.
  • Snippets for common constructs.
  • Indentation and prettification of the active file (with fish_indent):
    • Use ctrl+alt+i or your build system shortcut (eg, ctrl+b)
    • Optional setting to run automatically on save
    • More information here

Installation

Via Package Control

Install Package Control, then go to Command Palette (Ctrl+Shift+P) > Package Control: Install Package > fish.

Manual

Clone the repository to your Packages directory and rename it to fish.

cd /path/to/sublime/packages/directory
git clone https://github.com/Phidica/sublime-fish.git
mv sublime-fish fish

Open a .fish file and verify the selected syntax is “Friendly Interactive Shell (fish)”.

Screenshots

As of version 2.1.0, a fish script (for example, fish-shell/share/functions/ls.fish) will look something like:

Screenshot of text in Monokai

Figure 1: Default Monokai colour scheme

Screenshot of text in custom Monokai

Figure 2: Example custom Monokai colour scheme formatting additional scopes

Exposed scopes

fish construct Scope name
Unquoted string meta.string.unquoted
Command name meta.function-call.name
Parameters meta.function-call.parameter.option/argument
File path (in argument) meta.function-call.parameter.argument.path
File path (in redirection) meta.function-call.operator.redirection.path
Process expansion meta.function-call.parameter.argument.process-expansion and punctuation.definition.process
Variable expansion meta.variable-expansion and punctuation.definition.variable
Command substitution meta.parens.command-substitution and punctuation.section.parens.begin/end
Index expansion meta.brackets.index-expansion and punctuation.section.brackets.begin/end
Brace expansion meta.braces.brace-expansion and punctuation.section.braces.begin/separator/end
Wildcard expansion meta.wildcard-expansion and keyword.operator.question-mark/single-star/double-star
Home directory expansion keyword.operator.tilde

Contribution

Requirements: - PackageDev, only for ST2 development and changing the tmPreferences file.

ST2 development: The source file of the syntax is fish.YAML-tmLanguage. When editing this file, “compile” it with the PackageDev build system to automatically generate the fish.tmLanguage file which is used by Sublime Text 2.

ST3 development: The source file of the syntax is fish.sublime-syntax.

Guide for contributing is located here.

History

This project was forked from original groundwork laid by toru hamaguchi.