Provided by: zplug_2.4.2-1_all
zplug-hook-build - Commands to run after installation/update
zplug "username/reponame", hook-build:"make install" The word ´package´ refers to the string in the format: "username/reponame".
By using hook-build tag, you can choose whether the package you want to install will be installed as the plugin or as the command. Table 1. zplug hook-build tag ┌─────────────────┬───────────────┐ │Possive Values │ Default value │ ├─────────────────┼───────────────┤ │ │ │ │(shell commands) │ (none) │ └─────────────────┴───────────────┘ Besides, by using zstyle command, you can change default value: $ zstyle ":zplug:tag" hook-build "echo build"
Grant a right to execute: $ zplug "b4b4r07/79ee61f7c140c63d2786" \ as:command, \ from:gist, \ hook-build:"chmod 755 my_script.sh"
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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