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Plugin management system #134
This admittedly large pull request does the following:
o updates to the latest version of composure.sh
enable-plugin and disable-plugin do just what you'd expect.
Similar metadata niceties can also be achieved in this fashion for the completion, themes, and aliases.
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Because BASH is ubiquitous on all Linux distributions, it's the default shell in most cases or at least installed, zsh is usually an optional addition, therefore it's more widely used and known. it's also the standard shell for writing most system scripts in those distributions, etc, etc.
plus, many people prefer to stick to FSF's GNU package as the standard base, and non-GPL-compatible (or other widely used licences) software makes people in enterprise settings nervous for having to cover their asses against one more software licence. I'm sure there are other reasons.
That said, you are most welcome to fork the project, call it zsh-it and port it to anything you want.