Why? Just because. I got it as my default shell in one remote host, and then decided to install it locally and take the opportunity to learn something new.
I'll be searching a lot for "how do I do X in zsh?"
The interesting things I did today already:
- Setup prezto; what seems to be a (better?) alternative to the famous "oh-my-zsh"
- Answered an StackOverflow question about zsh! How can I pause in zsh?
- Figured out how to get the path to the directory containing the current script:
%Nmakes it work within a function;
:amakes the path absolute.
As the last item shows, there is some
man zshgoing on instead of