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authorPeter Stephenson <pws@users.sourceforge.net>2012-12-21 19:35:07 +0000
committerPeter Stephenson <pws@users.sourceforge.net>2012-12-21 19:35:07 +0000
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release 5.0.2zsh-5.0.2
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@@ -5,8 +5,9 @@ THE Z SHELL (ZSH)
Version
-------
-This is version 5.0.1 of the shell. This is a stable release.
-There are minor new features as well as bug fixes since 5.0.0.
+This is version 5.0.2 of the shell. This is a stable release.
+There are minor new features as well as bug fixes since 5.0.0 and
+one bug fix since the short-lived 5.0.1.
Installing Zsh
--------------
@@ -27,20 +28,20 @@ Zsh is a shell with lots of features. For a list of some of these, see the
file FEATURES, and for the latest changes see NEWS. For more
details, see the documentation.
-Incompatibilities between 5.0.0 and 5.0.1
+Incompatibilities between 5.0.0 and 5.0.2
-----------------------------------------
In 5.0.0, the new "sticky" emulation feature was applied to functions
explicitly declared within an expression following `emulate ... -c', but
did not apply to functions marked for autoload in that expression. This
was not documented and experience suggests it was inconvenient, so in
-5.0.1 autoloads also have the sticky property.
+5.0.2 autoloads also have the sticky property.
In other words,
emulate zsh -c 'func() { ... }'
-behaves the same way in 5.0.0 and 5.0.1, with the function func always being
+behaves the same way in 5.0.0 and 5.0.2, with the function func always being
run in native zsh emulation regardless of the current option settings.
However,
@@ -48,7 +49,7 @@ However,
behaves differently: in 5.0.0, func was loaded with the options in
effect at the point where it was first run, and subsequently run with
-whatever options were in effect at that point; in 5.0.1, func is loaded
+whatever options were in effect at that point; in 5.0.2, func is loaded
with native zsh emulation options and run with those same options. This
is now the recommended way of ensuring a function is loaded and run with
a consistent set of options.