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more docs, related to plugins

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 <li><a href="https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/tako-git/"><tt>tako-git</tt></a>, which tracks the bleeding-edge development version on Gitlab.com
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-Note that these packages may lag a bit behind
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+Note that these packages may lag a bit behind the current stable version from above (and on PyPI).
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+<h3>Plugins</h3>
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+<tt>tako</tt> also supports plugins.  There are a small number of "official" plugins available from <a href="https://gitlab.com/adqm/tako-plugins">the <tt>tako-plugins</tt> repository</a> on Gitlab.
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+If you download any plugins (or write your own), you can activate them by dropping them in <tt>~/.config/tako/plugins/</tt>.
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 <h3>Setting <tt>tako</tt> as Default Shell</h3>
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 <li>Typed variables</li>
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 <li>Rich Python ecosystem directly from the shell</li>
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+<li>Configurable and extensible (via plugins and configuration files)</li>
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 <li>No more need to search the web every time you want to write a conditional or loop in the shell :)</li>
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