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Oct
12
accepted Do not set $? to non-zero on Control+C
Oct
12
comment Do not set $? to non-zero on Control+C
Thank you! setopt printexitvalue seems to do what I want (make non-zero exit code immediately visible), and does not require prompt_subst, which I try my best to keep off). It would be better if its output wasn't identical to one after a background job has quit though, but it's not a big deal. Thanks again.
Oct
12
asked Do not set $? to non-zero on Control+C
Feb
22
comment zsh - fully expand binary path on <tab>
There is another solution which does not involve rebinding tab. Prepend the command name with = and press tab after the command, and it will expand the command name into full path.
Feb
22
revised Using '.' to execute files in bash
Example session with source and exec
Feb
22
suggested suggested edit on Using '.' to execute files in bash
Dec
27
awarded  Yearling
Nov
29
comment Why there are multiple shells in a Unix like system?
For the same reason why you can have compilers/interpreters for multiple programming languages (also multiple compilers for one language) or multiple internet browsers.
Oct
24
awarded  Excavator
Oct
24
revised Configuring mouse for right+left button simulating middle click (for copy/paste)
The prop can have another number (e. g. on my system it is 261 instead of 248)
Oct
24
suggested suggested edit on Configuring mouse for right+left button simulating middle click (for copy/paste)
Oct
24
comment Configuring mouse for right+left button simulating middle click (for copy/paste)
This answer is more correct because xorg.conf is missing on many modern systems (and has been missing for quite a while).
Sep
19
comment modifying the zsh shell word split
+1 I wonder why this is not the default. Paths are probably the single most used entity in a command line.
Jul
11
comment Make `rm` move to trash
Is moving files from any filesystem to your ~ intentional? Because some day you might be deleting a 4GB iso image residing on a dir mounted with sshfs from a really remote server.
Apr
10
accepted Zsh — more intelligent autocorrection
Apr
10
comment Zsh — more intelligent autocorrection
Thanks for the info! Well, I guess I'll have to resort to nocorrect because adjusting correction tags with zstyle is still done per-command, if I understand it correctly.
Apr
9
revised Zsh — more intelligent autocorrection
added 64 characters in body
Apr
9
comment Zsh — more intelligent autocorrection
@JamesO'Gorman: pastebin.com/67mykgRv
Apr
9
comment Zsh — more intelligent autocorrection
@JamesO'Gorman: Yes. Completion is working correctly.
Apr
9
awarded  Commentator