plugins=(git golang archlinux catimg common-aliases compleat dircycle dirhistory sudo systemd urltools)
That being said, it looks interesting and I plan on fiddling around with it a bit.
I just checked my `oh-my-zsh/plugins` directory, and there are 173 plugins, most of which I don't need.
Should I purge them?
Edit: browsing through the (oh-my-)zsh files, I can see that it only loads the plugins found in the `plugin` environment variable, so I guess the answer is no. The only plugin enabled is `git`.
My theme is also very basic (git and mercurial status).
Any advice to improve performance?
I would love to know what I've got misconfigured.
I have no idea what is happening to cause this, but the performance difference is unmistakable.
Here's an article where they got rather excessive (84GB):
You can look at them if you want using: syslog -f <file.asl> | less
I should time the init and print a suggestion to delete the files if it goes over a threshold.
Thus the split between the code bases.
I'm also interested in making bash tab completion behave a close as possible to zsh, just for those servers where installing zsh is a hassle. Never found a way. It's always slightly different, and thus very annoying.