Provided by: zplug_2.4.2-1_all
zplug-check - Return true if all packages are installed, false otherwise
zplug check [--verbose] ["username/reponame"] The word ´package´ refers to the string in the format: "username/reponame".
It’s possible to confirm whether the package is installed. Besides, if no packages are given as the arguments, check command checks whether there is a package that has not been installed.
--verbose Be verbose.
Installation check: if ! zplug check --verbose; then printf "Install? [y/N]: " if read -q; then echo; zplug install fi fi The above code means that the packages will be installed if there is a package that has not been installed. Installation check from CLI: $ zplug check --verbose ´some_author/some_repo´ - some_author/some_repo: not installed
See the references in official wiki page to get started using zplug. The wiki may perhaps be overwhelming for first-time users.
zplug was originally written by Masaki Ishiyama (a.k.a @b4b4r07). Many people have contributed to it.
Copyright (C) 2015-2016 Masaki Ishiyama MIT License
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