funced - edit a function interactively¶
funced [OPTIONS] NAME
funced provides an interface to edit the definition of the function
$VISUAL environment variable is set, it will be used as the program to edit the function. If
$VISUAL is unset but
$EDITOR is set, that will be used. Otherwise, a built-in editor will be used. Note that to enter a literal newline using the built-in editor you should press Alt+Enter. Pressing Enter signals that you are done editing the function. This does not apply to an external editor like emacs or vim.
If there is no function called
NAME a new function will be created with the specified name
--editor commandOpen the function body inside the text editor given by the command (for example,
-e vi). The special command
fishwill use the built-in editor (same as specifying
--interactiveForce opening the function body in the built-in editor even if
--saveAutomatically save the function after successfully editing it.
Say you want to modify your prompt.
>_ funced fish_prompt
This will open up your editor, allowing you to modify the function. When you're done, save and quit. Fish will reload the function, so you should see the changes right away.
When you're done, use:
>_ funcsave fish_prompt
For more, see funcsave.