I installed several shell plugins to test them out but there doesn't seem to be a way to remove the plugins once they are installed. You can clear the configuration for a given plugin but the next invocation of the target command will prompt for setup again.
Request: There should be a "remove" or "uninstall" command that clears the command wrapper as well as the configuration.
To remove a plugin currently you can:
1. Remove the sourced
~/.config/op/plugins.sh from your shell setup (rc) file and reload. (This removes the wrapper for all plugins)
2. Remove the plugin line from
~/.config/op/plugins.sh and reload. (e.g.
alias glab="op plugin run -- glab" to remove the
1Password Version: 1Password for Mac 8.10.3 (81003001)
Extension Version: op 2.14.0
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