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Old 05-22-2003, 03:59 AM   #1
rch
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Zsh


Yesterday I tumbled into zsh.
http://www.zsh.org
It is the best shell that I have seen so far with so many features that it suprises me.
I was wondering why it is not the default shell in all distros.
As for the shell it is almost compatible with both ksh and csh and we can even use the profile.d for zsh with some small modifications.I used
my customized bashrc with zsh(just cp .bashrc .zshrc in $HOME) and it works.I really like it.As far as programming is concerned I know that it has many features ,I wonder if there is a site I can reference.
I am a real n00b in zsh ,any cool sites around?!

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