status status is-login status is-interactive status is-block status is-breakpoint status is-command-substitution status is-no-job-control status is-full-job-control status is-interactive-job-control status current-command status filename status fish-path status function status line-number status stack-trace status job-control CONTROL-TYPE status features status test-feature FEATURE
With no arguments,
status displays a summary of the current login and job control status of the shell.
The following operations (sub-commands) are available:
is-command-substitutionreturns 0 if fish is currently executing a command substitution. Also
is-blockreturns 0 if fish is currently executing a block of code. Also
is-breakpointreturns 0 if fish is currently showing a prompt in the context of a
breakpointcommand. See also the
is-interactivereturns 0 if fish is interactive - that is, connected to a keyboard. Also
is-loginreturns 0 if fish is a login shell - that is, if fish should perform login tasks such as setting up the PATH. Also
is-full-job-controlreturns 0 if full job control is enabled. Also
--is-full-job-control(no short flag).
is-interactive-job-controlreturns 0 if interactive job control is enabled. Also,
--is-interactive-job-control(no short flag).
is-no-job-controlreturns 0 if no job control is enabled. Also
--is-no-job-control(no short flag).
current-commandprints the name of the currently-running function or command, like the deprecated
filenameprints the filename of the currently running script. Also
fish-pathprints the absolute path to the currently executing instance of fish.
functionprints the name of the currently called function if able, when missing displays "Not a function" (or equivalent translated string). Also
line-numberprints the line number of the currently running script. Also
stack-traceprints a stack trace of all function calls on the call stack. Also
job-control CONTROL-TYPEsets the job control type, which can be
featureslists all available feature flags.
test-feature FEATUREreturns 0 when FEATURE is enabled, 1 if it is disabled, and 2 if it is not recognized.
For backwards compatibility each subcommand can also be specified as a long or short option. For example, rather than
status is-login you can type
status --is-login. The flag forms are deprecated and may be removed in a future release (but not before fish 3.0).
You can only specify one subcommand per invocation even if you use the flag form of the subcommand.
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