In the last couple of weeks two projects have made my day to day development work easier. Both are ready-made configurations for existing projects: oh-my-zsh, and the emacs-starter-kit. It is difficult for a beginner to configure complex tools optimally so it is great to be able to drop in configurations created by expert users.
I use my terminal a lot, but I don’t use it very deeply. For years now bash’s default setup has been my shell. After a recent failed attempt to get bash completion going, Matt suggested I look at zsh and oh-my-zsh. This setup has dragged my terminal sessions 15 years into the future with a minimal amount of relearning.
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