Nushell 0.60 Released

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Nushell 0.60 Released
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Sooner than we birth Up, as the Russian invasion of Ukraine serene continues to threaten lives, here (opens new window) are programs that you just would possibly perhaps well well perhaps presumably back.

Nushell, or Nu for immediate, is a new shell that takes a latest, structured technique to your commandline. It works seamlessly with the recordsdata from your filesystem, operating system, and a growing selection of file formats to sort it easy to sort highly efficient commandline pipelines.

At the present time, we’re releasing a beta unlock of 0.60 of Nu. Right here’s an infinite unlock, with a total bunch changes across all aspects of Nushell.

Nu 0.60 is equipped as pre-constructed binaries (opens new window) or from crates.io (opens new window). Even as you possess got Rust put in that you just would possibly perhaps well well perhaps presumably install it the consume of cargo install nu.

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Even as you’d treasure your entire constructed-in sweets, that you just would possibly perhaps well well perhaps presumably install cargo install nu --all-components.

As segment of this unlock, we moreover post a area of no longer mandatory plugins that you just would possibly perhaps well well perhaps presumably install and consume with Nu. To install, consume cargo install nu_plugin_.

Or no longer it’s here! 🎉🎉

We’re furious to exclaim the predominant elephantine unlock of Nushell the consume of the brand new engine, new line editor, and so grand extra!

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The first element you are going to glimpse is that we’re skipping from model 0.44 to 0.60. Right here’s on cause, you did no longer rush away out anything else!

Because of the selection of changes, and the selection of breaking changes, we wished to let everybody know the device grand has modified by moreover making a colossal jump within the model number. Old scripts will need to be Up as a lot as now, and you would possibly perhaps well possess to be taught one of the brand new programs of doing things in Nushell to acquire back to your identical stage of comfort.

Let’s discuss regarding the components new in this unlock.

Custom completions for git and winget

Let’s birth with Nushell’s most-requested aim: custom completions. The long-awaited, long-requested aim of having tremendous completions is lastly here. With 0.60, that you just would possibly perhaps well well perhaps presumably write scripts that enable you to total parameters and flag values. Let’s take a see at an instance. Even as you produce a new config, you are going to gaze a fragment treasure this:

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# Right here's a simplified model of completions for git branches and git remotes
def "nu-total git branches" [] {
  ^git division | traces | every { |line| $line | str get-replace '' '' | str shimmering }
}

def "nu-total git remotes" [] {
  ^git a long way flung | traces | every { |line| $line | str shimmering }
}

To call these aim at the right kind time, now we possess to repeat Nushell which parameter can total with them.

extern "git checkout" [
  branch?: string@"nu-complete git branches" # name of the branch to checkout
  -b: string                                 # create and checkout a new branch
  -B: string                                 # create/reset and checkout a branch
  # note: other parameters removed for brevity
]

The new extern show lets you checklist your entire sort knowledge for an exterior show to Nushell. With this, it will develop error checking, completions, syntax highlighting, and extra.

You presumably can moreover glimpse the @ followed by the name of the completion aim. This tells the completer what show to call to acquire a list of completions to make consume of in that situation, and that you just would possibly perhaps well well perhaps presumably down-possess out from these.

We now possess already viewed early adopters beginning to jot down their very have completions for numerous commands, and we’re furious to glance what of us will attain.

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With 0.60, now we possess moved away from the .toml form of config to a config constructed from a Nushell script. We now possess found this to be each and every extra intuitive and masses extra and masses more uncomplicated to work with.

Even as you first birth Up Nushell, you are going to be requested in say for you to present a default config file. Right here’s a apt technique to glance the brand new defaults and to trade them to meet your desires. You’ll most likely be able to moreover gaze some examples in modify the stylings, suggested, keybindings, and exterior completions.

Better tables

Tables can now be configured to show cloak a footer with the column names.

Nushell will now moreover appreciate your LS_COLORS ambiance variable if area. If or no longer it’s no longer area, Nushell will present a default 8-bit surroundings so of us with coloration terminal can gaze file forms in pretty a lot of colors as viewed below within the following screenshots.

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There is pretty a list of changes to the language itself. Let’s discuss every to enable you to transition to the brand new Nushell:

# Destroy out characters in strings

With 0.60, Nushell now divides strings into two forms: strings with flow characters and strings with out. The escaping case is written with double-quotes (") and the non-escaping case is written with single-quotes ('):

> "hi therenworld"
hi there
world
> 'hi therenworld'
hi therenworld

Nushell will purchase the single-quotes for things treasure path names that include spaces, allowing you to naturally write paths for Windows as nicely.

The adaptation in double-quoted and single-quoted strings moreover extends to interpolated strings ($"" and $''):

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> let x=100
> $"mark is:n($x)"
mark is:
100
> $'mark is:n($x)'
mark is:n100

# Fresh mark forms

The 0.60 unlock moreover brings with it a big selection of most celebrated mark forms.

# Data

You now can write a legend, or a list of key/mark pairs, as a native knowledge sort in Nushell:

> {name: "Bob", age: 10}
╭──────┬─────╮
│ name │ Bob │
│ age  │ 10  │
╰──────┴─────╯

# Table as a list of recordsdata

With the introduction of recordsdata, a second technique to elaborate a table is a list (or coast) of recordsdata:

> seq 3 | every { |x| { name: Bob, x: $x } }
  #   name   x
────────────────
  0   Bob    1
  1   Bob    2
  2   Bob    3

# Integers at the second are signed 64-bit integers

We’re engaging away from the ‘bigint’ form of integers, so now integers are regularly signed 64-bit ints.

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# Decimals at the second are signed 64-bit floats

Likewise, we’re engaging away from ‘bigdecimal’ to signed 64-bit lope values.

# Dates

Earlier variations of Nushell supported dates as a mark sort, nonetheless they lacked a potential to jot down them. You presumably can now write a date literal in a single in all three programs:

# A date
> 2022-02-02

# A date and time, assuming UTC
> 2022-02-23T19: 47: 47

# A date and time, with a timezone
2022-02-23T19: 47: 47.888239621-05: 00

These near from the RFC 3339 (opens new window) traditional for datetime formats.

# Binary knowledge

Like dates, earlier variations of Nushell moreover supported binary knowledge nonetheless there was no technique to jot down a binary knowledge literal. You are now in a situation to jot down them the consume of the 0x[...] acquire:

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> 0x[11 ff]
Dimension: 2 (0x2) bytes | printable whitespace ascii_other non_ascii
00000000:   11 ff                                                •×

Spaces and commas need to no longer mandatory in this acquire, letting you separate write them on the opposite hand is extra healthy for readability.

# Custom values

One more acquire we’ll be speaking about extra because it grows is the “custom mark” acquire. These are mark forms that that you just would possibly perhaps well well perhaps presumably lengthen the brand new area with by enforcing a trait in Rust and registering the kind.

The dataframe strengthen in 0.60 uses this aim.

# if, meet else

We now possess improved the syntax of Nushell in a few key areas. Previously, in 0.44 you’d write:

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> if $x 

This no longer most attention-grabbing felt inelegant, nonetheless was at threat of errors as of us would desire to switch away off the second block when they did no longer want it or proper naturally desire to sort else.

This led to a new theory in Nushell: the important phrase form. Shapes in Nushell are a potential for commands to repeat the parser what the form of their parameters are. In turn, the parser will consume this knowledge to parse the arguments earlier than they’re given to the show (and moreover to attain completions and early errors). With this, else is now one in all the brand new key phrase shapes, allowing it to take an expression that follows.

Taken together, in 0.60 we are able to now no longer most attention-grabbing write the above treasure this:

if $x 

We are able to moreover string together loads of if/else:

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if $x 

# Shortcircuiting conditions

Boolean operators && and || now will properly shortcircuit, only evaluating the right hand side if necessary.

# New built-in values

We’re introducing true and false as builtin values. These represent their boolean values true and false respectively.

# Better binary data support

You can now use get, skip, and first on binary data to reach the bytes you’d like to work with. We’re exploring extending this further so that it becomes easier to explore your binary data just like your text data.

# Structured environment

Inside of Nu, the environment can now hold any kind of structured value. For example, opening the PATH environment variable now might look like this in macOS:

> $env.PATH
╭───┬─────────────────────────────────╮
│ 0 │ /decide/homebrew/decide/openssl@3/bin │
│ 1 │ /decide/homebrew/bin               │
│ 2 │ /decide/homebrew/sbin              │
│ 3 │ /usr/local/bin                  │
│ 4 │ /usr/bin                        │
│ 5 │ /bin                            │
│ 6 │ /usr/sbin                       │
│ 7 │ /sbin                           │
╰───┴─────────────────────────────────╯

This lets you additional with out anguish add and replace to the ambiance. As an illustration, we are able to add a new entry to the PATH:

> let-env PATH=($env.PATH | prepend '/my/path')

Ambiance variables that need to no longer strings can even be transformed to strings robotically the consume of the brand new ENV_CONVERSIONS ambiance variable.

# Scoped cd

In this unlock, we’re moreover engaging to keeping the brand new itemizing within the ambiance as $env.PWD. This ends in a few attention-grabbing twists within the method. For one, this means that cd is now scoped to the block you are currently in.

> cd ./foo
./foo> attain { cd ./bar }
./foo> 

This lets you additional with out anguish loop over subdirectories with out having to attain the bookkeeping of remembering to trade back to the earlier itemizing:

> ls | the build sort==dir | every { |it| cd $it.name; ls | length }

That mentioned, it takes pretty getting aged to. It does indicate that changing a itemizing in a passe custom show is no longer going to work, as the PWD ambiance variable will reset after the choice completes. To back with this, we’re moreover introducing def-env, a potential to work internal the caller’s ambiance and never lose any ambiance changes made by the custom show:

> def-env my-cd [path] { 
  cd $path
}

> my-cd ./foo
./foo> 

# Extra fixed tables and cell paths

With this unlock, now we possess simplified the commands for working with tables. The 2 elementary commands at the second are: possess out and acquire.

# Steal out-ing knowledge

The possess out show lets you attach the structure of what you are working on and nick back it to most attention-grabbing the segment you will want. As an illustration, proper as earlier than that you just would possibly perhaps well well perhaps presumably pass possess out to acquire a column:

> ls | possess out name
╭────┬───────────────────╮
│ #  │       name        │
├────┼───────────────────┤
│  0 │ CNAME             │
│  1 │ CONTRIBUTING.md   │
│  2 │ LICENSE           │
│  3 │ README.md         │
│  4 │ sources            │
│  5 │ weblog              │
...

You presumably can now moreover consume possess out on rows, by passing in a row number:

> ls | possess out 1
╭───┬─────────────────┬──────┬───────┬────────────╮
│ # │      name       │ sort │ size  │  modified  │
├───┼─────────────────┼──────┼───────┼────────────┤
│ 0 │ CONTRIBUTING.md │ file │ 389 B │ 2 days within the past │
╰───┴─────────────────┴──────┴───────┴────────────╯

# Obtain-ing knowledge

The different elementary show for working with tables is acquire. Like possess out, acquire lets you work with columns and rows in a table, or fields in a legend. Unlike possess out, the acquire show extracts knowledge out of the table and would no longer try to attach its normal acquire. Right here’s important whenever you ought to acquire at the cell knowledge itself.

By project of a column:

> ls | acquire name
╭────┬───────────────────╮
│  0 │ CNAME             │
│  1 │ CONTRIBUTING.md   │
│  2 │ LICENSE           │
│  3 │ README.md         │
│  4 │ sources            │
│  5 │ weblog              │
...

By project of a row:

> ls | acquire 1
╭──────────┬─────────────────╮
│ name     │ CONTRIBUTING.md │
│ sort     │ file            │
│ size     │ 389 B           │
│ modified │ 2 days within the past      │
╰──────────┴─────────────────╯

You’ll most likely be able to glimpse that getting rows out of a table with columns affords you back a legend. You presumably can deem a table as a list of recordsdata.

You presumably can mix working with rows and columns together into a “cell path”, a project of reaching the recordsdata you will want. If we most attention-grabbing wished to acquire the cell’s knowledge in row 1, column “size”, we are able to attain:

# Fresh pipeline syntax acquire

When writing scripts in Nushell, customarily of us desire with the intention to amass a pipeline and line Up your entire pipes on the left. Right here’s now supported in scripts:

ls
| the build size> 10kb
| length

# Default params

A frequent request as extra of us tried Nushell was “can now we possess default values for parameters”. Because of the work on the brand new parser, we are able to!

Now, you are in a situation to area a default mark for any no longer mandatory parameter on your show:

def add-presumably-hundred [x:int, y=100] {
  $x + $y
}

let twelve_squared=add-presumably-hundred 44

Default values moreover work for flag parameters.

# Stdout, stderr, and exit codes

In earlier variations of Nushell, you customarily had easy entry to the stdout of an exterior show. You presumably can plod it, and then produce a pipe and work with its output. Even as you wished to work with stderr or acquire its exit code, you did no longer possess an effortless technique to attain it.

With 0.60, now we possess launched the total show. Running an exterior show and then pipeline it to total runs the skin to completion and then affords you the stdout, stderr, and exit code of that exterior.

> cat CNAME | total
╭───────────┬────────────────╮
│ stdout    │ www.nushell.sh │
│ stderr    │                │
│ exit_code │ 0              │
╰───────────┴────────────────╯

To redirect stderr, that you just would possibly perhaps well well perhaps presumably call by means of attain -i. As an illustration, for example we’re calling cat all another time, this time with a file that would no longer exist:

> attain -i { cat unknown.txt } | total
╭───────────┬─────────────────────────────────────────────╮
│ stdout    │                                             │
│ stderr    │ cat: unknown.txt: No such file or itemizing │
│ exit_code │ 1                                           │
╰───────────┴─────────────────────────────────────────────╯

You presumably can moreover entry the last exit code by the consume of $env.LAST_EXIT_CODE.

# Modules

With 0.60, you are now in a situation to present your have modules, allowing you to grow to increased initiatives with shimmering interfaces between recordsdata. A module can even be written both the consume of the module key phrase:

module greetings {
  export def greet [] {
    print "hi there!"
  }
}

consume greetings greet
greet

You presumably can moreover sort modules from entire recordsdata. We are able to rewrite the above the consume of a separate file:

# greetings.nu
export def greet [] {
  print "hi there!"
}

# predominant.nu
consume greetings.nu greet
greet

Modules enable you to export custom commands and ambiance variables to be aged in pretty a lot of areas.

# Create your have errors

You presumably can moreover produce your have error messages on your custom commands and send these back to the particular person if they call your show within the substandard device. As an illustration, for example you wished to require that the particular person pass in a mark between 1 and 10:

> def one-to-ten [x: int] {
    let span=(metadata $x).span
    if $x> 10 || $x  one-to-ten 6
passed 6
> one-to-ten 21
Error:
  × Rate no longer between 1 and 10
   ╭─[entry #47:1:1]
 1 │ one-to-ten 21
   ·            ─┬
   ·             ╰── expected a mark between 1 and 10
   ╰────

# Fresh commands

To accompany the brand new efficiency within the language, now we possess moreover added a big selection of most celebrated commands.

category show
conversions into bool, into datetime, into decimal, into length
core def-env, error sort, export def env, export def, export env, export, env, extern, veil, metadata, module, register, consume, see-provide
filters columns, community, par-every, transpose, window, roll, roll down, roll left, roll proper, upsert
formats from nuon, to nuon
plugins gstat
strings decode, nu-spotlight, print, fmt
system total, input, keybindings, keybindings default, keybindings list, keybindings listen
viewers grid

# Bang bang and extra

You presumably can now consume !! to plod the earlier show, or ! followed by the row number within the historical past you’d are searching to plod all another time.

We’re working to elevate the book as a lot as this level (opens new window), and or no longer it’s a proper space to get explanations of these improvements. Be definite to moreover notice at the Up as a lot as now show documentation (opens new window) for additional knowledge on the Up as a lot as now commands.

# Better multiline editing

Multiline editing

With the switch to reedline, that you just would possibly perhaps well well perhaps presumably moreover improve feedback when working on multiline edits. As an illustration, engaging to the following line, you are going to now gaze ::: by default earlier the prolonged input:

> attain {
::: echo "hi there"
::: echo "world"
::: }
hi there
world

You presumably can configure the ::: default mark by surroundings the PROMPT_MULTILINE_INDICATOR ambiance variable. As an illustration, the above screenshot uses ANSI to offer it pretty of flare.

# Grid output

Nushell moreover now has a extra compact ls representation that you just would possibly perhaps well well perhaps presumably consume known as grid.

Grid file listing

# Better less strengthen

With Nushell, that you just would possibly perhaps well well perhaps presumably now pipe to your most well-favored pager, and acquire a web voice-in a situation output. As an illustration, whenever you wished to watch at a protracted table, that you just would possibly perhaps well well perhaps presumably pipe into the less show (or the equal to your OS):

Nushell by default will strip the ANSI colors, letting you notice at the recordsdata with most pagers.

# Miette

We’re engaging to a new error reporter known as miette (opens new window). Or no longer it’s an gorgeous device of exhibiting errors back whenever you are working within the REPL or on scripts.

Miette error message

Nushell has modified its line editor and now it uses Reedline (opens new window). This new line
editor permits for improvements and added efficiency to the already excellent Nushell expertise. One of the most
new improvements are:

# Completions menus

Commands menu

Atomize you ought to leer for commands the consume of a menu? Nushell has you lined.
Press tab and a completion menu will appear with alternatives for you to make a choice. In accordance to the context pretty a lot of
alternatives will seemingly be accessible to you

# History menu

History menu

Your shell historical past can even be with out anguish accessed as nicely by the consume of menus. The usage of ctrl-x, that you just would possibly perhaps well well perhaps presumably leer for a
historical past merchandise otherwise you would possibly perhaps well proper merely navigate the menu unless you get what you is at threat of be buying for.

You presumably can moreover consume the historical past menu to sort a pipe with smaller pipes you possess got aged earlier than.

History complete

# Fresh Keybindings

Now that you just would possibly perhaps well well perhaps presumably elaborate advanced keybindings for nushell. As an illustration, affirm you possess got modified your config file and
desire to reload it on your nushell session. You presumably can produce a particular keybinding to back reload your config file:

{
    name: reload_config
    modifier: none
    keycode: f5
    mode: emacs
    tournament: {
      send: executehostcommand,
      cmd: $"provide '($nu.config-path)'"
    }
}

with this keybinding each time you press F5 your config file is sourced and in a situation to switch. Neat!

Because the syntax for Nushell has persevered to grow and evolve, we noticed that writing knowledge in Nushell was kinda stress-free. The extra we conducted with it, the extra the basis grew that we would possibly perhaps well well perhaps produce a knowledge file structure the consume of the Nushell syntax for knowledge. Thus, ‘nuon’ was born. With it, we now include from nuon and to nuon to enable you to work with the brand new .nuon recordsdata.

Nuon is a superset of JSON, allowing you to pass JSON recordsdata and parse them as Nuon. Furthermore, Nuon helps the recordsdata forms from Nushell, including compact tables, durations, filesizes, and extra.

# sample.nuon
[
    # The nuon compact table format
    [[a, nuon, table]; [1, 2, 3], [4, 5, 6]],

    # A filesize
    100kib,

    # A length
    100sec,

    # A date
    2022-01-11,

    # A boolean
    lawful,

    # A legend
    {name: "Bobby", age: 99},

    # Binary knowledge
    0x[11, ff, ee, 1f]
]

Nuon is serene experimental, nonetheless we’re already playing the consume of it and are alive to to proceed to strengthen on it.

The 0.60 unlock is enormously smaller than the earlier 0.44 unlock.

unlock file for 0.44.0 size
nu_0_44_0_linux.tar.gz 103 MB
nu_0_44_0_macOS.zip 79.7 MB
nu_0_44_0_windows.msi 55.5 MB
nu_0_44_0_windows.zip 57.9 MB
unlock file for 0.60.0 size
nu_0_60_0_linux.tar.gz 14.8 MB
nu_0_60_0_macOS.zip 12.9 MB
nu_0_60_0_windows.msi 10.1 MB
nu_0_60_0_windows.zip 10.1 MB

Nicknamed “engine-q”, the brand new engine grew from being a rewrite of parsing and evaluate good judgment into a elephantine rewrite of Nushell itself. Performed over 8 months, the final end result has many improvements over the 0.44 engine.

# The new delta system

One highly efficient new facet of the brand new engine is its delta system. Deltas, or trade sets, let the engine discontinuance immutable with the exception of at key segment shifts. For Nushell, after the particular person has hit enter within the repl, this will seemingly merely segment shift into parsing, then take a delta of what was given by the particular person. This delta would possibly perhaps well well perhaps merely include new definitions, new variables, new modules and extra. This delta is merged into the everlasting snarl internal of the engine. After this, the engine returns to being immutable as evaluate begins.

These discrete segment shifts sort it imaginable to limit what mutates while affirming flexibility, including the flexibility for customers to jot down parallel code against the engine at any level of evaluate.

Mutation for the length of evaluate is no longer eliminated, as an replace or no longer it’s isolated to the stack.

# Stacks, the predicament of trade

For evaluate, stacks at the second are the predicament of trade within the engine. Stacks are represented as vectors that are passed round for the length of evaluate. They include changes to the ambiance, newly shadowed variables, and extra.

# Closing over variables

One more crucial facet of the engine and the brand new uses of stacks is an increased level of interest on correctness for how blocks work with stacks. In 0.60, now we possess eliminated many bugs linked to variables scopes, the build customarily variables would “leak” from one scope to the following. Now, a “snapshot” of a variable’s mark is captured when the block is taken as a mark within the system. This allows us easy entry to plod the block later and progressively possess the lawful snarl to plod it with.

# Spans for better errors

One more crucial space of correctness we wished to fix from earlier variations of Nushell was error spans. Prior Nushell variations struggled with a extraordinarily frequent sample: errors that happen in code that’s no longer the code you proper typed. As an illustration, aliases that failed, calls to custom commands that had been previously outlined, and extra.

In 0.60, along with keeping round code that’s serene accessible for the particular person to call, we moreover attach around the conventional span knowledge and normal provide. This allows us to offer better errors for the cases the build the error refers to code that’s no longer the brand new line.

# Bind as soon as, plod wherever

While making improvements to the parser and engine, we moreover improved how the two linked to every pretty a lot of. One fragment of this was “binding”, that’s, how definition sites and consume sites connect to one one more.

Within the brand new engine, we consume unusual identifiers for all forms of definition within the engine, including variables, declarations, aliases, modules and extra. At some level of parse time, we bind the consume we gaze against the definition in scope, and replace the consume with a reference to the ID we found. With this, we are able to later safely export or pass the containing block with out losing notice of what the conventional code intended.

# Sooner than ever earlier than

The new engine’s knowledge representation is moreover pretty pretty lighter than earlier than. This allows us to deem scripts with less overhead. Early outcomes are already pretty sprint:

1 million iteration tight loop timing
0.44 626ms
0.60 239ms
Gradient drawing benchmark timing
0.44 168ms
0.60 78ms

# Going parallel

The new engine has a stress-free trick Up or no longer it’s sleeve: that you just would possibly perhaps well well perhaps presumably with out complications convert your scripts to plod in parallel by changing every calls to par-every.

As an illustration, if we had a script that opened recordsdata that match a obvious sample and counted their selection of traces:

ls /*.rs | every { |it|
  let num_lines=(birth $it.name | traces | length)
  {name: $it.name, loc: $num_lines}
}

We are able to turn this into a script that runs in parallel by changing the every to par-every:

ls /*.rs | par-every { |it|
  let num_lines=(birth $it.name | traces | length)
  {name: $it.name, loc: $num_lines}
}
Line counter script timing
every 683ms
par-every 447ms

While extra improvements are imaginable, or no longer it’s tremendous to know we are able to acquire this form of speedup with a four personality trade to our script.

Barely that scanning for all new plugins on startup treasure we did with 0.44 (and taking ages to birth Nu), the brand new register show shops the
predicament and signature of your plugins, making it more uncomplicated to load at birth Up.

> register -e json ~/.cargo/bin/nu_plugin_extra_query

Also, the brand new plugin structure is now multi-protocol, allowing you to elevate the right kind protocol to your plugin. We currently strengthen json and possess experimental strengthen for capnp.

By the fashion, you is at threat of be no longer dinky to jot down plugins in Rust. You presumably would possibly perhaps well well also produce a python script and consume it as a Nushell plugin. You most attention-grabbing possess to
specify what show desires to be aged to plod the plugin

> register -e json -s python ~/my_plugins/plugin.py

Nushell now has three no longer mandatory plugins (all the consume of ‘json’ serialization):

  • inc: a mark/model incrementor
  • gstat: a git stats viewer
  • quiz: a area of three commands for querying knowledge

There are pretty a big selection of breaking changes as we mounted method flaws, cleaned Up the method, and rethought how commands ought to serene work.

Nushell 0.44 Nushell 0.60
if { } { } if { } else { }
str shimmering -rc (char nl) str shimmering -r -c (char nl)
config.toml config.nu (get predicament with $nu.config-path)
let-env FOO=$nothing veil $FOO
$nu.home-dir $nu.home-path
$nu.temp-dir $nu.temp-path
$lawful and $false now lawful and false
config commands $config
$nu.env $nu.env is now $env
$nu.path $env.PATH/$env.Route
$nu.lang $nu.scope.commands
str to-int into int
$nu.env.PROMPT_COMMAND is a string $env.PROMPT_COMMAND is a block or a string
acquire (has auto flatten) acquire would no longer auto flatten
to json to json is formatted as ‘just’
ambiance variable is a string ambiance variable can even be any mark
tags tags is now metadata
bigint/bigdecimal engine-q uses machine i64 and f64
File, Dir in ls file, dir in ls
binaryview binaryview has been eliminated (it will seemingly be an no longer mandatory plugin in due path)
textview textview is eliminated. Set Up bat to see provide recordsdata, or pipe the output into less
dataframe dfr
shells: active, name, path columns shells: active, path columns
cd is now

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