Provided by: fizsh_1.0.2-1_all bug


       fizsh - friendly interactive zshell.


       fizsh [OPTIONS]... [ARGUMENTS]...


       Fizsh is a front end to zsh. Fizsh provides zsh with interactive syntax-highlighting and a
       MATLAB-like history-search. Fizsh is intended to look and feel similar to fish. A
       distinguishing feature is that fizsh can handle Bourne compatible syntax. This is because
       fizsh is a front end to zsh.  Fish uses its own syntax.


       $HOME/.fizsh is the directory where fizsh keeps its configuration files. The file
       $HOME/.fizsh/.fizshrc serves as the user's local startup script. Local customizations,
       such as aliases and functions, can be added here. $HOME/.fizsh/.fizshrc allows the same
       syntax as $HOME/.zshrc under zsh. $HOME/.fizsh/.fizsh_history is default name of fizsh's
       history file.

       The other files in $HOME/.fizsh are installed by /usr/bin/fizsh. In order to reinstall
       these files use: /usr/bin/fizsh -r or /usr/bin/fizsh --reinstall.

       Compared to the default configuration of zsh, fizsh additionally sets the options
       "histignorealldups", "histignorespace", "histreduceblanks", "incappendhistory",
       "interactivecomments", "promptsubst", "correct" and "nobeep".

       For further configuration details consult zsh's man pages.


       Fizsh is meant to be invoked without options and without command-line arguments.

       The only supported command-line options are "--version", "--help", "--login",
       "--reinstall", "-v", "-h", "-l" and "-r". "--version" or "-v" yields fizsh's version
       number. "--help" or "-h" causes fizsh to print brief usage information. "--login" or "-l"
       cause fizsh to be a login shell.  "--reinstall" or "-r" will reinstall some of fizsh's
       configuration files (see above).

       If invoked with other command-line options and/or arguments fizsh will silently revert to


       There are no known bugs at the moment. Bug reports, bug fixes and other comments are


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       Written by Guido van Steen, based on work by the "zsh-syntax-highlighting contributors"
       and the contributors to "zsh-history-substring-search".


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