Fig adds apps, shortcuts, and autocomplete to your Terminal
*Note*: We currently work on macOS in VSCode, iTerm2, Hyper, and the native Terminal (more coming soon).
Use this (withfig/fig) repository to submit new issues and have discussions.
withfig/config: Fig's default configuration at install. Contains installation, and update scripts.
To learn more about how to contribute, see CONTRIBUTING.md
You can start building autocomplete specs for yourself, your team, and the community today.
Our docs are available at fig.io/docs.
Issues, Bugs & Feature Requests
Create a new issue in this (withfig/fig) repo. If needed, our issue templates will then redirect you to the right place.
Most issues are made in this repo. Only create issues in other repos for the following:
- withfig/autocomplete: Issues with specific completion specs (e.g. git, aws...) or the completion spec standard (e.g. the standard doesn't work with this specific type of CLI argument)
- withfig/config: Issues with Fig's installation and update scripts (e.g. perhaps the Fig CLI is not being added to your $PATH because of a custom set up or shell)
Again, start here and then we will redirect you accordingly.
Support and Questions
Check out our support guide: fig.io/support
Join the Fig Community Discord to discuss with others and get immediate support from the Fig team
Read through the support guide in the docs
For any unanswered questions or other inquiries, feel free to email us any time: [email protected]