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authorPeter Stephenson <p.w.stephenson@ntlworld.com>2015-05-05 19:32:06 +0100
committerPeter Stephenson <p.w.stephenson@ntlworld.com>2015-05-05 19:32:06 +0100
commit3c3c8d3d13fd4cf6c03f81ca8dc18a1efd561728 (patch)
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Update for 5.0.7-dev-2.zsh-5.0.7-dev-2
Includes updates to FAQ.yo for newer YODL.
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@@ -47,7 +47,10 @@ def(startitem)(0)() \
def(enditem)(0)()\
def(item)(2)(
ARG1: ARG2)\
-def(nofill)(1)(ARG1)
+def(nofill)(1)(ARG1)\
+def(uref)(1)(ARG1)\
+def(LPAR)(0)(CHAR(40))\
+def(RPAR)(1)(CHAR(41))
myreport(Z-Shell Frequently-Asked Questions)(Peter Stephenson)(2010/02/15)
COMMENT(-- the following are for Usenet and must appear first)\
description(\
@@ -696,9 +699,9 @@ label(23)
cd() { builtin cd "$@"; print -D $PWD; }
)
(which converts your home directory to a tt(~)). In fact, this problem is
- better solved by defining the special function chpwd() (see the manual).
- Note also that the mytt(;) at the end of the function is optional in zsh,
- but not in ksh or sh (for sh's where it exists).
+ better solved by defining the special function chpwd+LPAR()RPAR() (see
+ the manual). Note also that the mytt(;) at the end of the function is
+ optional in zsh, but not in ksh or sh (for sh's where it exists).
Here is Bart Schaefer's guide to converting csh aliases for zsh.
@@ -1877,7 +1880,7 @@ label(327)
mytt(something) mustn't contain tt(/) if the pattern is being used for
globbing.
- Likewise, mytt(abc(<->~<10-100>).txt) matches a file consisting of
+ Likewise, mytt(abc+LPAR()<->~<10-100>RPAR().txt) matches a file consisting of
tt(abc), then some digits, then tt(.txt), unless the digits happen to
match a number from 10 to 100 inclusive (remember the handy mytt(<->)
pattern for matching integers with optional limits to the range). So