Although I love zsh, and find its spelling correction useful, it is annoying that it corrects things that obviously should not be corrected. For instance, I just executed
mv iso_ iso
and it replied
zsh: correct 'iso' to 'iso_' [nyae]?
Think about it. Correcting 'iso' to 'iso_' would mean I was trying to execute
mv iso_ iso_
which would NEVER make sense. Therefore this is really a design flaw in zsh, and should be corrected across the board. But, given that it hasn't been (at least in the version I'm using) and it isn't likely to be, is there some setting to correct it? I would prefer a non-kludgey way of fixing it. Aliases for
mv, for example, are kludgey.