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Package names

  • Q227308 (1)
  • ZSH (1)
  • zsh (34)
  • zsh-doc (1)
  • zsh-doc-git (1)
  • zsh-git (1)

Versions

  • 9999 (1)
  • 5.2.r502.ge35dcae (1)
  • scm (1)
  • 5.5.1 (27)
  • 5.5 (6)
  • 5.4.2 (8)
  • 5.4.1 (3)
  • 5.3.1 (13)
  • 5.3 (2)
  • 5.2 (2)
  • 5.2.0 (1)
  • 5.1.1 (2)
  • 5.1 (1)
  • 5.0.8 (1)
  • 5.0.7 (4)
  • 5.0.6 (2)
  • 5.0.5 (4)
  • 5.0.4 (1)
  • 5.0.2 (4)
  • 5.0.1 (1)
  • 4.3.17 (2)
  • 4.3.15 (1)
  • 4.3.14 (1)
  • 4.3.12 (1)
  • 4.3.11 (3)
  • 4.3.10 (1)

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Categories

  • Shell (1)
  • Shells (4)
  • System Environment/Shells (3)
  • System/Shells (2)
  • Unspecified (1)
  • app-shells (3)
  • misc (1)
  • shells (7)
  • system-tools (1)
  • utils (1)

Licenses

  • BSD (3)
  • BSD License (revised) (1)
  • BSD-like (2)
  • BSD-style (1)
  • GPL 2+ (1)
  • MIT (5)
  • MIT-like (2)
  • MITL (1)
  • Permissive (1)
  • ZSH gdbm? ( GPL-2 ) (1)
  • custom (1)

Summaries

  • A powerful interactive shell (2)
  • A shell with lots of features (4)
  • A very advanced and programmable command interpreter (shell) for UNIX (2)
  • Info, HTML and PDF format of the ZSH documentation (1)
  • Interactive Z Shell (1)
  • Powerful UNIX shell (1)
  • Powerful interactive shell (3)
  • Powerful shell for interactive use and scripting (1)
  • Shell with comprehensive completion (1)
  • Shell with lots of features (1)
  • The Z shell (4)
  • UNIX Shell similar to the Korn shell (1)
  • UNIX shell (command interpreter) (1)
  • Unix shell (1)
  • Very advanced and programmable command interpreter (shell) (1)
  • Very powerfull shell (1)
  • Z Shell (zsh) (1)
  • Z shell (1)
  • Z shell, Bourne shell-compatible (1)
  • Z-Shell (1)
  • Zsh is an interactive Unix shell similar to the well-known Korn shell, with adaptations from bash and tcsh. It provides a powerful scripting language with loadable extension modules, a bash compatibility mode, an advanced command line interface, a session-shared history, spelling correction, adaptable line editing, powerful filename matching, programmable command completion with support for most common Unix uilities. (1)
  • Zsh shell incorporates many features of bash, ksh, and tcsh (1)

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