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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Filename Size Changed Actions
dotzshrc.rh 0000000658 658 Bytes over 8 years
trim-unneeded-completions.patch 0000000739 739 Bytes about 7 years
zlogin.rhs 0000000252 252 Bytes over 8 years
zlogout.rhs 0000000086 86 Bytes over 8 years
zprofile 0000000198 198 Bytes over 3 years
zprofile.rhs 0000000375 375 Bytes almost 6 years
zsh-5.6.tar.xz 0003080856 2.94 MB over 1 year
zsh-5.6.tar.xz.asc 0000001276 1.25 KB over 1 year
zsh-osc-completion.patch 0000000767 767 Bytes almost 5 years
zsh.changes 0000036151 35.3 KB over 1 year
zsh.keyring 0000009441 9.22 KB over 1 year
zsh.spec 0000007979 7.79 KB over 1 year
zshenv 0000000045 45 Bytes over 12 years
zshenv.rhs 0000000304 304 Bytes over 8 years
zshrc 0000007310 7.14 KB almost 5 years
zshrc.rhs 0000001135 1.11 KB about 4 years
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