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Supress ZSH "no matches found" error
Fixes issue #39 ZSH's default globbing behaviour differs from Bash. If there is no match, ZSH itself will print the error message. This means that piping a commantd's STDERR to /dev/null will not hide it. By unsetting the NOMATCH option we get a behaviour similar to Bash. Signed-off-by: Tomas Sedovic <email@example.com>
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