Shell with comprehensive completion

Edit Package zsh

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.

Source Files (show merged sources derived from linked package)
Filename Size Changed
dotzshrc.rh 0000000658 658 Bytes
egrep-deprecation.patch 0000000883 883 Bytes
pipe-less-and-signals-handling.patch 0000003423 3.34 KB
trim-unneeded-completions.patch 0000000739 739 Bytes
zlogin.rhs 0000000252 252 Bytes
zlogout.rhs 0000000086 86 Bytes
zprofile 0000000198 198 Bytes
zprofile.rhs 0000000375 375 Bytes
zsh-5.9.tar.xz 0003332400 3.18 MB
zsh-5.9.tar.xz.asc 0000000488 488 Bytes
zsh-osc-completion.patch 0000000767 767 Bytes
zsh.changes 0000050342 49.2 KB
zsh.keyring 0000001725 1.68 KB
zsh.spec 0000008617 8.42 KB
zshenv 0000000045 45 Bytes
zshenv.rhs 0000000304 304 Bytes
zshrc 0000008934 8.72 KB
zshrc.rhs 0000001135 1.11 KB
Comments 3

Olivier Belleux's avatar

Hello, Since the last commit, ZSH is no longer built for openSUSE Leap. Would it be possible to fix this failure? Thanks in advance.

Paolo Perego's avatar

Can you please open a bug on bugzilla? Thanks

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