Shell with comprehensive completion

Zsh is a UNIX command interpreter (shell) that resembles the Korn shell
(ksh). It is not completely compatible. It includes many enhancements,
notably in the command-line editor, options for customizing its
behavior, file name globbing, features to make C-shell (csh) users feel
at home, and extra features drawn from tcsh (another `custom' shell).
Zsh is well known for its command line completion.

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_SuSEconfig 0000000582 582 Bytes about 14 years
_hwinfo 0000001917 1.87 KB about 14 years
_make 0000001954 1.91 KB about 14 years
_yast2 0000000819 819 Bytes about 14 years
ready 0000000000 0 Bytes about 13 years
zprofile 0000000199 199 Bytes over 12 years
zsh-4.2.5-tailsyntax.diff 0000000432 432 Bytes almost 14 years
zsh-4.3.1-91.diff 0000000371 371 Bytes almost 14 years
zsh-4.3.4.diff 0000009298 9.08 KB about 12 years
zsh-4.3.6-doc.tar.bz2 0002473544 2.36 MB about 12 years
zsh-4.3.6.tar.bz2 0002527972 2.41 MB about 12 years
zsh.changes 0000013842 13.5 KB over 11 years
zsh.spec 0000012570 12.3 KB over 11 years
zshenv 0000000045 45 Bytes over 12 years
zshrc 0000006919 6.76 KB over 12 years
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