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The fish of shells

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Also known as the Friendly Interactive Shell...
The Friendly Interactive Shell (fish) is an alternative command line that is designed to be easy to learn and use. fish turns on by default options that are available in shells such as Bash or tcsh and develops them far beyond other shells. The result is a command line that can go a long way toward curing the phobia that many GNU/Linux users nurse from their experience with the DOS command line.
 read more | score:5364 | -Ray, November 14, 2006
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