I use/enjoy zsh and have used oh-my-zsh in couple. While it's all nice and cool, I do get irritated that I have to constantly update the oh-my-zsh script every 15 days/month .
Now I have put zsh as a prompt on another machine. Now the good thing about my oh-my-zsh is that instead of putting everything in .zshrc which when you install .zsh does, it does it in multiple directories with .zsh extension.
While I do not want to go that whole hog, is there a way I can put multiple *.zsh files under say ~/.zsh/ and strive to have a similar working environment.
Can this work or am I missing something ?
Running zsh on debian 64-bit.
Update - There are only two files which can be in my zsh installation -
think-debian% pwd /home/shirish think-debian% ls .z .zcompdump .zshrc
Any ideas ?