Is it possible to define a configuration file for zsh scripts?
I am running macOS 10.15 and the default shell is zsh.
I have defined, i.e.,
alias abc="echo yes" in ~/.zshrc, ~/.zsh_profile, ~/.profile, and ~/.zsh_login, every configuration file I can think of. However, a shell script t.sh calling
abc will complain
command not found: abc:
⇒ cat t.sh abc ⇒ zsh t.sh t.sh:1: command not found: abc ⇒ sh t.sh t.sh: line 1: abc: command not found
I understand that adding a line
source ~/.zshrc or
source ~/.zsh_login on the top of t.sh will work, but I wonder is it possible to set a configuration file that runs by default for any zsh script executed on my machine (by me)?
I'm asking this because I want to set an alias that works when I envoke a command inside vim via
:!abc, as well as the
] command in the program nnn. Also please let me know if this is irrelevant to what I asked above. I'm confused of the login shell and non-login shell, or other types of shell. FYI, in vim,
:!echo $0 will return
:!whoami will return
***(my name), so it seems like it's a login shell.