Provided by: zplug_2.4.2-1_all
zplug-load - Source installed plugins and add installed commands to `$PATH`
zplug load [--verbose] The word ´package´ refers to the string in the format: "username/reponame".
Be able to use a package that has been installed on the current shell.
--verbose Be verbose.
Installation check: $ zplug load
ZPLUG_LOADFILE Defaults to $ZPLUG_HOME/packages.zsh. This file is used to add packages from zplug on the command-line. This is a useful feature when you want to isolate your zplug configurations from your .zshrc. Note that you don’t need to add packages from the command line to use this feature: you can manually edit this file, and it’ll work just fine! ZPLUG_USE_CACHE Defaults to true. If this variable is true, zplug uses a cache file to speed up the loading process. The cache file is located at $ZPLUG_CACHE_DIR ($ZPLUG_HOME/.cache by default). If you want to clear the cache, please run zplug clear or do the following: $ ZPLUG_USE_CACHE=false zplug load ZPLUG_CACHE_DIR Defaults to $ZPLUG_HOME/.cache. Specifies where to save the cache. For example, you can set this to $HOME/.cache/zplug/cache to follow XDG Base Directory Specification
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
Report bugs to the zplug issues