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Revision 1.14 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Wed Nov 17 11:20:32 2021 UTC (2 weeks, 4 days ago) by pin
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shells/nushell: update to 0.40.0

Today, we're releasing 0.40 of Nu. This release is includes better table imports
and much smaller release size.

What's New
-Detecting columns (jt)
 Nushell now supports a new command: detect columns. This command is intended as
 an easy way to handle tabular data that's written as text. Commands like ps,
 ls -l, netstat, df, and others commonly output their output as text.
 With detect columns, you can run the external command, and convert them into
 Nushell's tabular data format.

-Smaller binaries (fdncred)
 The size of the Nushell release binaries has come up as regular feedback from
 Nushell users. "Why does the shell have to be so big?" And we've heard you!
 Today's release now uses a combination of strip and upx to bring considerable
 savings in binary size. The Linux release (plugins incl.) has dropped from
 475mb to 58mb(!!), making it 88% smaller. We're seeing similar improvements in
 the sizes of the macOS and Windows releases.

Revision 1.13 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Wed Oct 27 10:14:01 2021 UTC (5 weeks, 4 days ago) by pin
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shells/nushell: update to 0.39.0

Today, we're releasing 0.39 of Nu. This release is a bugfix release of 0.38.

What's New:
-History file is now removed when the history is cleared (fdncred)
-HTML selector has a regression fixed (lucassmmg)
-Unused dependencies were removed (lucassmmg)
-Updated clippy warnings were fixed (jt)

Engine-q progress
You'll notice that this release is pretty light, only a set of fixes on 0.38.
his is because our energy is now largely focused on engine-q.
We're excited to get this in front of you.

Just to tease a little of what will be possible, this week we added support for
processing streams in parallel in engine-q using a new par-each command.
We'll talk more about this as it develops.

Revision 1.12 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Fri Oct 8 08:24:13 2021 UTC (8 weeks, 2 days ago) by pin
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shells/nushell: remove leftover

Revision 1.11 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Thu Oct 7 15:54:23 2021 UTC (8 weeks, 3 days ago) by pin
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shells/nushell: remove arch restriction

Revision 1.10 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Thu Oct 7 11:48:48 2021 UTC (8 weeks, 3 days ago) by pin
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shells/nushell: update to 0.38.0

Today, we're releasing 0.38 of Nu. This release includes polish to the user
interface, improvements to how columns are passed, lots of bug fixes, and
updates on the upcoming engine.

What's New
-Quickly jump to a shell (tw4452852)
If you've used shells, you've no doubt used the n and p commands to quickly jump
between them. This can be a big time saver when you're working in multiple
directories.

In this release, we've added a g command that helps you quickly jump to a
particular shell. This helps in the cases where you end up with more than two
shells open and you already know what shell you want to jump to.

Additional improvements
-Improvements in updated table cell values
-update cells command now can take a list of columns
-You can now also pass a list of columns to select
-Improvements in how html table scraping works and also
-Fix to compiling on nightly
-Removed unused deps
-Completions now can complete inside of an argument
-We now expand tilde when reading plugin directories
-We also turn off ansi colors when not in a TTY
-Fixed some of the wasm deps
-Fixed a leak of a let-binding
-Use SIMD-enabled compiler flags
-Updated polars dependency to 0.16
-Updates to how path join works
-Moved nu-path tests into integration tests
-New support for converting to column paths
-Cleanup fixes to make tests more resilient
-Internal improvement to make working with spans easier
-Fix to gitpod
-Fix to big int handling in to
-Fixed a typo
-Fixed some typos in the tutor
-Removed the experimental scrolling support as it had broken

Revision 1.9 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Fri Sep 24 10:32:43 2021 UTC (2 months, 1 week ago) by pin
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shells/nushell: enable nu_plugin_textview

This is the last plugin belonging to core.
I'll keep testing the other plugins after the freeze.

Revision 1.8 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Thu Sep 23 10:15:28 2021 UTC (2 months, 1 week ago) by pin
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shells/nushell: enable nu_plugin_inc

Revision 1.7 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Tue Sep 21 10:47:28 2021 UTC (2 months, 2 weeks ago) by pin
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shells/nushell: enable nu_plugin_tree

Revision 1.6 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Wed Sep 15 13:39:28 2021 UTC (2 months, 2 weeks ago) by pin
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shells/nushell: update to 0.37.0

Today, we're releasing 0.37 of Nu. This release adds a new find function,
improvements to the current engine, and updates on the upcoming engine.

What's New
finding data in tables

In 0.37, you now have access to a new find command, which can help you quickly
look for data across all columns in a table.
You can still reach your system's find command using ^ by typing ^find.

Additional improvements
-fdncred added more support for ansi art, and more chars
-aminya removed shelling out in some cases where it's not needed
-jt made sys/ps/fetch/post core commands, moving them from plugins to internal
commands. This allows for future capability to have nushell download its own
extensions.
-andrasio began adding support for creating errors inside of nushell code,
extended tags to support basic command reflection
-lily-mara added into filesize
-tw4452852 added support to append when calling save
-Pantoshire improved errors when bash-style alias was mistakingly used
-tranzystorek-io did a lot of general code improvements
-kubouch did some fixes to paths and the source command
-elferherrera updated the prompt environment variable to PROMPT_COMMAND to show
that it is nushell code that gets run

Revision 1.5 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Fri Sep 3 10:29:52 2021 UTC (3 months ago) by pin
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shells/nushell: update to 0.36.0

-This release fixes some long-standing issues with history, improves the help
system, improves dataframes, and much more.

Revision 1.4 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Tue Aug 3 17:57:35 2021 UTC (4 months ago) by pin
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shells/nushell: update to 0.35.0

-Add the -s parameter to submit package to winget in pipeline (#3767)
-corrected position of dataframes (#3776)
-fixed show_hints option to allow hints to be turned off (#3780)
-Updated polars version for faster CSV reader (#3781)
-Fix docs for the config variable completion_type (#3804)
-bat theme wasn't getting set properly (#3807)
-Dataframe Shape command (#3805)
-Support other variables than PATH in pathvar (2nd attempt) (#3828)
-change describe so it doesn't output colored strings (#3832)
-Read from standard input in rm (#3763)
-use chrono_humanize for datetime formatting (#3834)
-All is a DataFrame (#3812)
-Add sha256 to the hash command (#3836)
-added the ability to compare time units like 1hr < 2hr (#3845)
-Update implementing_a_command.md (#3848)
-Improve md5 and sha256 code (#3841)
-Fix clippy lint and disable broken lint (#3865)
-document compiling without openssl (#3862)
-Add named positionals to all (#3863)
-add performance metrics for measuring startup time (#3854)
-fix interpolated strings when using unicode (#3866)
-Support equals sign in shorthand environment variable values (#3869)
-simple contains arguments (#3874)
-Better representation in nested dataframes (#3875)

Revision 1.3 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Mon Aug 2 15:20:33 2021 UTC (4 months ago) by pin
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shells/nushell: simplify Makefile

Revision 1.2 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Thu Jul 22 16:16:36 2021 UTC (4 months, 2 weeks ago) by tnn
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g/c RUSTFLAGS from individual package Makefiles. Handled by cargo.mk.

Revision 1.1 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Mon Jul 19 15:26:20 2021 UTC (4 months, 2 weeks ago) by pin
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shells/nushell: import package

Hello, and welcome to the Nushell project. The goal of this project is to take
the Unix philosophy of shells, where pipes connect simple commands together, and
bring it to the modern style of development.

Nu takes cues from a lot of familiar territory: traditional shells like bash,
advanced shells like PowerShell, functional programming, systems programming,
and more. But rather than trying to be the jack of all trades, Nu focuses its
energy on doing a few things well:
-Create a flexible cross-platform shell with a modern feel
-Allow you to mix and match commandline applications with a shell that
understands the structure of your data
-Have the level of UX polish that modern CLI apps provide

The easiest way to see what Nu can do is to start with some examples, so let's
dive in, https://www.nushell.sh/book/

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