Fig plugins are cloned from GitHub and saved to a directory on your system:
Plugins are automatically updated by the Fig daemon, you never need to handle it yourself. If you do want to manually update, run this command:
fig plugins update
If your plugins aren't working or you're seeing errors, have a look at this debugging information.
fig doctor. This should always be your first debugging step as it
can automatically fix a lot of issues.
A couple of things may be happening here:
Plugins can't automatically take effect, so you'll need to either create a new shell session or run
fig sourceto source your plugins again.
Try in another shell
A lot of plugins are written for ZSH, so if you're using Bash or Fish, it may not work in your shell.
You may need to add some additional configuration. This should be handled by the plugin itself, so please raise an issue on GitHub!