This is, of course, a guess. But it's better than having to manually set it every time.
This avoids having to keep the originating connection open. So long as there's an active connection somewhere subsequent connections can make use of it. It will disconnect 10 seconds after the last connection drops off.
Man, is there anything that Zsh arrays can't make ridiculously simple?! Also switch from hard-coding a file extension to accepting a broader file name pattern. Oh, and helptext.
This deprecation doesn't affect my workflow at all since I can just as easily pass the options in as a CLI param (through the magic of Zsh!), I just need to call the variable something else to avoid the deprecation warning.
Storing pull reqs as local refs, ala the `addrefpr` alias is often nice but for large projects like Salt that have 20k refs it can really slow things down. This provides a quick alternatve that still has some of the benefits.
While good-intentioned many libs don't make use of the new keyword and this prevents the whole [A-Z].* namespace.
E.g., don't highlight $(var) as an error. Why this isn't the default highlighting puzzles me.
zstyle is awesome but a little verbose to type in every time.
Not sure why I added this; appears to be unneeded now.