Get a list of all unix shells for which user configuration files exist. Supports bash, zsh, and fish.
npm install shells --save
const shells =
This module looks for the following files in your home directory:
~/.bashrc ~/.bash_profile ~/.config/fish/config.fish ~/.zshrc
It returns an array of the extant files, sorted by most recently modified:
file: '/Users/zeke/.zshrc'type: 'zsh'file: '/Users/zeke/.bashrc'type: 'bash'
The first one on the list is probably the user's preferred shell, but
there's no guarantee. If you just want to know the user's current shell, use
process.env.SHELL, but be aware this isn't always accurate.
npm installnpm test
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