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+texinode(Top)(The Z Shell Manual)((dir))((dir))
+texitop(The Z Shell Manual)
+This Info file documents Zsh, a freely available UNIX command interpreter
+(shell), which of the standard shells most closely resembles the Korn shell
+(ksh), although it is not completely compatible.
+Version version(), last updated date().
+menu(The Z Shell Manual)
+menu(Shell Grammar)
+menu(Command Execution)
+menu(Jobs & Signals)
+menu(Arithmetic Evaluation)
+menu(Conditional Expressions)
+menu(Prompt Expansion)
+menu(Restricted Shell)
+menu(Shell Builtin Commands)
+menu(Zsh Line Editor)
+menu(Programmable Completion Using compctl)
+menu(Completion Widgets)
+menu(Zsh Modules)
+menu(Completion System)
+menu(Zftp Function System)
+ --- Indices ---
+menu(Concept Index)
+menu(Variables Index)
+menu(Options Index)
+menu(Functions Index)
+menu(Editor Functions Index)
+menu(Keystroke Index)
+ --- The Detailed Node Listing ---
+menu(Mailing Lists)
+menu(The Zsh FAQ)
+menu(The Zsh Web Page)
+menu(See Also)
+Shell Grammar
+menu(Simple Commands & Pipelines)
+menu(Precommand Modifiers)
+menu(Complex Commands)
+menu(Alternate Forms For Complex Commands)
+menu(Reserved Words)
+menu(History Expansion)
+menu(Process Substitution)
+menu(Parameter Expansion)
+menu(Command Substitution)
+menu(Arithmetic Expansion)
+menu(Brace Expansion)
+menu(Filename Expansion)
+menu(Filename Generation)
+menu(Array Parameters)
+menu(Positional Parameters)
+menu(Local Parameters)
+menu(Parameters Set By The Shell)
+menu(Parameters Used By The Shell)
+menu(Description of Options)
+menu(Single Letter Options)
+Zsh Line Editor
+menu(History Control)
+menu(Modifying Text)
+Programmable Completion Using compctl
+menu(Command Flags)
+menu(Option Flags)
+menu(Alternative Completion)
+menu(Extended Completion)
+Completion Widgets
+menu(Special Parameters)
+menu(Builtin Commands)
+menu(Condition Codes)
+Zsh Modules
+menu(The cap Module)
+menu(The clone Module)
+menu(The comp1 Module)
+menu(The compctl Module)
+menu(The complist Module)
+menu(The deltochar Module)
+menu(The example Module)
+menu(The files Module)
+menu(The mapfile Module)
+menu(The mathfunc Module)
+menu(The parameter Module)
+menu(The sched Module)
+menu(The stat Module)
+menu(The zftp Module)
+menu(The zle Module)
+texinode(The Z Shell Manual)(Introduction)(Top)(Top)
+chapter(The Z Shell Manual)
+This document has been produced from the texinfo file tt(zsh.texi),
+included in the tt(Doc) sub-directory of the Zsh distribution.
+sect(Producing documentation from zsh.texi)
+The texinfo source may be converted into several formats:
+item(The Info manual)(
+The Info format allows searching for topics, commands, functions, etc.
+from the many Indices. The command `tt(makeinfo zsh.texi)' is used to
+produce the Info documentation.
+item(The printed manual)(
+The command `tt(texi2dvi zsh.texi)' will output tt(zsh.dvi) which can
+then be processed with bf(dvips) and optionally bf(gs) (Ghostscript) to
+produce a nicely formatted printed manual.
+item(The HTML manual)(
+An HTML version of this manual is available at the Zsh web site via:
+(The HTML version is produced with bf(texi2html), which may be obtained
+from tt(http://wwwcn.cern.ch/dci/texi2html/). The command is
+`tt(texi2html -split_chapter -expandinfo zsh.texi)'.)
+For those who do not have the necessary tools to process texinfo,
+precompiled documentation (PostScript, dvi, info and HTML formats)
+is available from the zsh archive site or its mirrors, in the file
+tt(zsh-doc.tar.gz). (See noderef(Availability) for a list of sites.)