Created: 2011-07-08 22:37
Updated: 2019-02-21 19:07

My .zshrc

My .zshrc may not suit your needs. Feel free to read and understand. Steal anything. My opinion is that you can't have an universal .zshrc. If you don't agree, take a look at Prezto.

You need to create your own .zshrc. First solution is to symlink ~/.zsh/zshrc. The other solution is to source ~/.zsh/zshrc from your own ~/.zshrc. The later case allows you to set the plugin you want to enable.

You can copy your installation to a remote host with install-zsh function.

~/.zsh/run contains runtime files, like history. ~/.zsh/local contains local files that should not be copied to a remote host.


So, if you are one of those young generation not concerned about arbitrary code execution, you can do:

curl -s | sh


All the code is licensed as CC0 1.0 Universal.

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