AKA Gatchas that you wished you knew before switching shells.
Lately I've been hearing a lot of great stuff about zsh and fish (the latter just got mentioned on LugRadio), but like most I've only used bash on my Linux computers and tcsh on my FreeBSD boxen. I searched in here for fish and zsh. The fish search mostly brought up topics about food and this poll. ( http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...highlight=fish
zsh mostly seemed to bring up http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...?highlight=zsh
which was useful and answered one of the questions I was going to verify. (Will the old bash scripts work - yes, as I suspected, since usually one writes #!/bin/bash at the top).
However are there any pitfalls/gotchas involved in changing shells? Anything I need to be careful of in the process of doing it or afterwards?