history-substring-search plugin doesn't work #46

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florian opened this Issue Feb 24, 2013 · 2 comments

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@florian

I'm talking about the oh-my-zsh history-substring-search plugin. Before I used antigen, I included the plugin in the usual oh-my-zsh plugins variable: plugins=(history-substring-search ...) and everything worked fine.

~ $ antigen-bundle history-substring-search
/Users/florian/.antigen/repos/https-COLON--SLASH--SLASH-github.com-SLASH-robbyrussell-SLASH-oh-my-zsh.git/plugins/history-substring-search/history-substring-search.plugin.zsh:source:3: no such file or directory: /plugins/history-substring-search/history-substring-search.zsh

~ $ ls .antigen/repos/https-COLON--SLASH--SLASH-github.com-SLASH-robbyrussell-SLASH-oh-my-zsh.git/plugins/history-substring-search
README                              history-substring-search.zsh
history-substring-search.plugin.zsh

Seems like the plugin is sourcing something wrong? But why did it work without using antigen?

@sharat87 sharat87 added a commit that closed this issue Feb 24, 2013
@sharat87 sharat87 Set `$ZSH` to oh-my-zsh clone location in `-lib`. Fix #46.
Some plugins seem to rely on the `$ZSH` variable pointing to the oh-my-zsh clone
being used. See README for more.
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@sharat87 sharat87 closed this in c3198e0 Feb 24, 2013
@sharat87
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Thank you for reporting this. It should be fixed now. Please update your copy of antigen.

@florian

Yep, works fine! Thanks :)

@jmatth jmatth added a commit to jmatth/antigen that referenced this issue Mar 13, 2013
@sharat87 sharat87 Set `$ZSH` to oh-my-zsh clone location in `-lib`. Fix #46.
Some plugins seem to rely on the `$ZSH` variable pointing to the oh-my-zsh clone
being used. See README for more.
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