fish Remove unneeded workarounds in /etc/fish/conf.d/

Andrew Schulman
Fri Sep 2 07:09:00 GMT 2016

> The cygwin-specific file /etc/fish/config.d/ has this section:
> # Work around an autocompletion bug, where fish tries to execute strings
> # in parentheses in the PATH.  For example it tries to run the x86 function
> # if it sees a PATH component like '/cygdrive/c/Program Files (x86)'.
> # See
> .
> # Work around the most common cases here.
> function R --description "print '(R)'"
> echo '(R)'
> end
> function tm --description "print '(tm)'"
> echo '(tm)'
> end
> function TM --description "print '(TM)'"
> echo '(TM)'
> end
> function x86 --description "print '(x86)'"
> echo '(x86)'
> end
> function X86 --description "print '(X86)'"
> echo '(X86)'
> end
> This was to work around fish bug
> However, this bug
> was fixed in version 2.3.0. I tested this quickly by removing the
> workaround and fish seemed to complete paths swimmingly (heh).
> I suggest this section is removed from fish-2.3.1 as these workarounds
> are no longer needed.
> Thanks, Matt

Thanks for pointing that out. Yep, I checked and they don't seem to be needed
any more. I'll remove them and put out a new point release. Andrew

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