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Commits on Dec 31, 2011
Meron Bareket Fixed <code> block not containing the whole code 142dbcb
Meron Bareket Fixed grammer and <code> block missing some text 0eb905b
Commits on Jan 03, 2012
@eifion Merge pull request #317 from mrnbrkt/master
Fixed <code> marking in episode 308
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<p>This file first sets the path to oh-my-zsh&rsquo;s configuration directory and then sets the theme, which is currently <code>robbyrussell</code>. Below this are some commented-out options so if, for example, we want to disable colours in directory listings we can uncomment the <code>DISABLE_LS_COLORS</code> option.</p>
-<p>Further down the file is a list of the currently enabled plugins. We only have <code>git</code> enabled for now, but we&rsquo;ll add more shortly. The line below that, source <code>$ZSH/oh-my-zsh.sh</code>, loads oh-my-zsh and finally there&rsquo;s the line that configures our <code>PATH</code>. This defaults to whatever value it had when we installed oh-my-zsh but it&rsquo;s better to carry this over from our Bash profile. We can do this by removing the line that begins export <code>PATH</code> from <code>.zshrc</code> and then running this command.</p>
+<p>Further down the file is a list of the currently enabled plugins. We only have <code>git</code> enabled for now, but we&rsquo;ll add more shortly. The line below that, <code>source $ZSH/oh-my-zsh.sh</code>, loads oh-my-zsh and finally there&rsquo;s the line that configures our <code>PATH</code>. This defaults to whatever value it had when we installed oh-my-zsh but it&rsquo;s better to carry this over from our Bash profile. We can do this by removing the line that begins with <code>export PATH</code> from <code>.zshrc</code> and then running this command.</p>
``` terminal
➜ ~ cat ~/.bash_profile >> ~/.zshrc

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