.zshrc may not suit your needs. Feel free to read and
understand. Steal anything. My opinion is that you can't have an
.zshrc. If you don't agree, take a look at
You need to create your own
.zshrc. First solution is to symlink
~/.zsh/zshrc. The other solution is to source
~/.zshrc. The later case allows you to set the plugin you
want to enable.
You can copy your installation to a remote host with
~/.zsh/run contains runtime files, like history.
contains local files that should not be copied to a remote host.
So, if you are one of those young generation not concerned about arbitrary code execution, you can do:
curl -s https://vincentbernat-zshrc.s3.amazonaws.com/zsh-install.sh | sh
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