elvish

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elves / elvish

Friendly Interactive Shell and Expressive Programming Language

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Elvish: Friendly Interactive Shell and Expressive Programming Language

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Elvish is a friendly interactive shell and an expressive programming language. It runs on Linux, BSDs, macOS and Windows. Despite its pre-1.0 status, it is already suitable for most daily interactive use.

Visit the official website https://elv.sh for prebuilt binaries, blog posts, documentation and other resources.

User groups (all connected with matterbridge): Gitter Telegram Group #elvish on freenode #elvish:matrix.org

Building Elvish

Most users can just use prebuilt binaries and do not need to build from source.

To build Elvish from source, you need

  • A supported OS: Linux, {Free,Net,Open}BSD, macOS, or Windows.

    NOTE: Windows support is experimental, and only Windows 10 is supported.

  • Go >= 1.14.

To build Elvish from source, follow these steps:

# 1. Start from any directory you want to store Elvish's source code
# 2. Clone the Git repository
git clone https://github.com/elves/elvish
# 3. Change into the repository
cd elvish
# 4. Build and install Elvish
make get

This will install Elvish to

~/go/bin
.

Alternatively, you can also just use

go get
to install Elvish:
go get -u github.com/elves/elvish

This will clone the Git repository to

~/go/src/github.com/elves/elvish
, updating it if already exists, and install Elvish to
~/go/bin
. However, Elvish built this way will lack version information, although it is otherwise fully functional.

Some tips on installation:

  • Remember to add

    $HOME/go/bin
    to your
    PATH
    so that you can run
    elvish
    directly.
  • If you want to install Elvish to a different place, follow these steps to set

    GOPATH
    , and Elvish will be installed to
    $GOPATH/bin
    instead.

Contributing to Elvish

See CONTRIBUTING.md for more notes for contributors.

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