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NAME
       status -- query fish runtime information

   Synopsis
       status
       status is-login
       status is-interactive
       status is-block
       status is-command-substitution
       status is-no-job-control
       status is-full-job-control
       status is-interactive-job-control
       status current-filename
       status current-line-number
       status print-stack-trace
       status job-control CONTROL-TYPE

   Description
       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:

       o is-command-sub	returns	0 if fish is currently executing a command
	 substitution. Also -c or --is-command-substitution.

       o is-block returns 0 if fish is currently executing a block of code.
	 Also -b or --is-block.

       o is-interactive	returns	0 if fish is interactive - that	is, connected
	 to a keyboard.	Also -i	or --is-interactive.

       o is-login returns 0 if fish is a login shell - that is,	if fish	should
	 perform login tasks such as setting up	the PATH. Also -l or --is-
	 login.

       o is-full-job-control returns 0 if full job control is enabled. Also
	 --is-full-job-control (no short flag).

       o is-interactive-job-control returns 0 if interactive job control is
	 enabled. Also,	--is-interactive-job-control (no short flag).

       o is-no-job-control returns 0 if	no job control is enabled. Also	--is-
	 no-job-control	(no short flag).

       o current-filename prints the filename of the currently running script.
	 Also -f or --current-filename.

       o current-line-number prints the	line number of the currently running
	 script. Also -n or --current-line-number.

       o job-control CONTROL-TYPE sets the job control type, which can be
	 none, full, or	interactive. Also -j CONTROL-TYPE or --job-
	 control=CONTROL-TYPE.

       o print-stack-trace prints a stack trace	of all function	calls on the
	 call stack. Also -t or	--print-stack-trace.

   Notes
       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.

Version	2.5.0			Fri Feb	3 2017			     status(1)

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