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Author Festari, Gaston.
Title Learning Shell Scripting with Zsh.
Imprint Birmingham : Packt Publishing, 2014.

Author Festari, Gaston.
Subject UNIX (Computer file)
UNIX Shells.
Scripting languages (Computer science)
Operating systems (Computers)
UNIX device drivers (Computer programs)
Description 1 online resource (132 pages)
polychrome rdacc
Contents Cover; Copyright; Credits; About the Author; About the Reviewers;; Table of Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: Getting Started; Installing zsh; Installing on Linux; Installing on OS X; Compiling from source; First run; Making zsh your login shell; Shell options; The startup files; The shell prompt; The prompt command; Customizing the prompt; Using escape sequences; Conditional expressions; Putting it all together; Summary; Chapter 2: Alias and History; Working with aliases; Quoting characters; Single and double quoting aliases; Global aliases; Hashes; Putting it all together.
ExpansionParameter expansion; Command substitution; Arithmetic expansion; Brace expansion; Working with history; History expansion; History substitution; More useful options; Summary; Chapter 3: Advanced Editing; Zsh Line Editor; Getting to know ZLE; Working with keymaps; Basic editing; Going back and forth with words; Yanking and transposing text; History revisited; Advanced editing; ZLE-related options; Defining your own keymaps; Don't call them widgets; Defining your own widgets; Your first function; Working with regions; Multiline editing; Putting it all together; Summary.
Chapter 4: GlobbingQuoting your strings; Double quotes; Getting started with Globbing; Globbing with the stars; Questions for any single character; Brackets for a sequence of characters; Using safer ranges on your scripts; Avoiding characters; Handling mismatches; Extended Globbing; Special patterns; Recursive searching; Alternate patterns; Numeric ranges; The caret operator, revisited; The tilde operator; Glob qualifiers; Timestamp qualifiers; File size qualifiers; The zmv function; Summary; Chapter 5: Completion; Getting started with completion; Getting assertive with zstyle.
Command correctionCompleters; Ignoring matches; Function definitions; The path of the function; Summary; Chapter 6: Tips and Tricks; Main resources; Helping tips; Directory substitution; Magic space; Random numbers; zcalc; Change and list directory contents; Finding your path through commands; Other projects; zsh-lovers; zsh-users; oh-my-zsh; Prezto; Explain Shell; Your dotfiles; Summary; Index.
Summary A step-by-step tutorial that will teach you, through real-world examples, how to configure and use Zsh and its various features. If you are a system administrator, developer, or computer professional involved with UNIX who are looking to improve on their daily tasks involving the UNIX shell, ""Learning Shell Scripting with Zsh"" will be great for you. It's assumed that you have some familiarity with an UNIX command-line interface and feel comfortable with editors such as Emacs or vi.
Note English.
Print version record.
ISBN 9781783282944 (electronic bk.)
1783282940 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 868487895
Additional Format Print version: Druck-Ausgabe Festari, Gaston. Learning Shell Scripting with Zsh

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