Mac Os X Zsh

  

Zsh is a shell designed for interactive use, although it is also a powerful scripting language. By default, macOs ships with zsh located in/bin/zsh. Let’s install zsh using brew and make iTerm2 use it. Brew install zsh Step 4: Install Oh My Zsh “Oh My Zsh is an open source, community-driven framework for managing your zsh configuration. Feb 12, 2021 Hit Ctrl + O to confirm making those changes to the file, and then hit Ctrl + X to exit the nano editor. Open a new Terminal window to confirm and view the changes you've just made. Your new zsh prompt will show your mac's username, home directory, and the $ symbol at the end.

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This quick tutorial shows you how to install ZSH Shell on your OSX, Ubuntu or any similar environment, like Vagrant. Why would you want to do this? Pretty syntax highlighting, plugins, auto complete and much more! Now it’s not as fast as bash but i notice almost no difference.

Ok let’s get started.

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First, Install ZSH

open terminal and type

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If above Apt is not working then do this:
If you get command not found (you might get this if running Mac OSX Sierra) we are going to install Brew package manager. If you already have it installed then skip the step below:

You might get a prompt about installing Xcode. You just need to agree and then you should be set. Once brew is installed then just do

Setup Oh My Zsh

This will allow theming and other plugins using Oh My Zsh

Change shell to ZSH and make it default

Log out and log back in out of the terminal and you will be all set! You can now edit the .zshrc file and customize your themes as well as plugins. The .zshrc is located at ~/.zshrc

You can see how all themes look by going to: http://zshthem.es/all/

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Another good plugin to get is syntax highlighting

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It basically highlights commands as you type, green if its valid

Yellow if it’s not valid yet:

Red if it’s invalid

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Additional cool highlighting (like if you are root, or matching brackets etc can also be enabled by looking at the doc here)

Hope this helps you being even more productive, let me know how it worked out in the comments.