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May
20
revised Portable way to get script's absolute path?
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May
20
asked Portable way to get script's absolute path?
May
2
comment /usr/bin/env: zsh -: No such file or directory
@Gilles: I've added a link to my post; that link refers to attacks exploiting shebang lines that use #!/bin/sh, but the same attacks, it seems to me, would be possible with #!/bin/zsh.
May
2
revised /usr/bin/env: zsh -: No such file or directory
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May
2
asked /usr/bin/env: zsh -: No such file or directory
Apr
23
asked Looking for meta-recipe for installing homebrew recipes under BSD
Apr
19
comment How can a zsh script test whether it is being sourced?
More specifically, this answer sounds to me like guesswork, which is not what I'm after (I can supply the guesswork myself).
Apr
19
comment How can a zsh script test whether it is being sourced?
The line "These truly abysmal results give me little confidence in this approach" was an attempt to discourage precisely this answer. I guess I should have been blunter about it...
Apr
19
asked How can a zsh script test whether it is being sourced?
Apr
15
awarded  Tumbleweed
Apr
12
revised How to troubleshoot failed X11 forwarding with ssh?
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Apr
12
revised How to troubleshoot failed X11 forwarding with ssh?
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Apr
12
revised How to troubleshoot failed X11 forwarding with ssh?
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Apr
12
asked How to troubleshoot failed X11 forwarding with ssh?
Apr
8
asked Fixed terminal status lineS instead of shell prompt?
Apr
8
asked difference between omz “plugins” and “themes”?
Apr
5
accepted What should/shouldn't go in .zshenv, .zshrc, .zlogin, .zprofile, .zlogout?
Apr
4
asked What should/shouldn't go in .zshenv, .zshrc, .zlogin, .zprofile, .zlogout?
Apr
4
comment Why is `kill -s INT <zsh PID>` behaving differently from `Ctrl-C`?
Thanks, that definitely sheds light on the situation, but there must be more to the issue, because I don't observe the same behavior under all types of Unix. Please see the latest EDIT to my question.
Apr
4
comment Why is `kill -s INT <zsh PID>` behaving differently from `Ctrl-C`?
@Gilles: I've updated my post in response to your comment.