In bash, if I type a command beginning with a
'#', bash ignores it as a comment.
Ie, the following is ignored at the bash prompt:
> # Hi there!
Whereas in zsh:
> # Hi there ! zsh: bad pattern: #
How can I ask zsh to do the same?
This is incredibly useful to "store" commands that you want to run later, or to chat when using a shared tmux/screen session.
I am using 'oh my zsh'