Zinit is a flexible and fast Zshell plugin manager that will allow you to install everything from GitHub and other sites.
Zsh is an extended Bourne shell with many improvements, including some features of Bash, ksh, and tcsh.
This is free and open source software.
- Supports turbo mode.
- Plugin manager gives reports from plugin loadings describing what aliases, functions, bindkeys, Zle widgets, zstyles, completions, variables, PATH and FPATH elements a plugin has set up.
- Unloading of plugin and ability to list, (un)install and selectively disable, enable plugin’s completions.
- Supports loading plugins and libraries from Oh My Zsh or Prezto
- Supports special, dedicated packages that offload the user from providing long and complex commands.
- Specialized Zinit extensions have the ability to extend the plugin manager with new commands, URL-preprocessors (used by e.g.: zinit-annex-readurl annex), post-install and post-update hooks, and much more.
License: MIT License
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