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Add check-dumpfile action
that removes the dumpfile if it's outdated, so it will get dumped again
when the shell starts next time. We're not using comdump because wrapped
ZLE widgets cannot or should not be identified by compdump when they
have a different name than the original one.
See https://github.com/zsh-users/zsh-syntax-highlighting/issues/851
2022-01-18 20:34:36 -05:00

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Changelog

All notable changes to this project will be documented in this file.

The format is based on Keep a Changelog, and this project adheres to Semantic Versioning.

Unreleased

Added

  • check-dumpfile action. It runs in the build, install and update actions, and checks if a new completion configuration needs to be dumped. It's more powerful than compinit, which just checks if the number of completion functions and the Zsh version changed. The check-dumpfile action also checks if the actual list of completion functions changed. It's intended to be used with compinit -C, so no checks are done during the shell startup.

1.7.0 - 2022-01-12

Changed

  • The output of zimfw init to be friendlier to the terminal startup screen when called without -q.
  • Only compile scripts via the zimfw tool after actions where scripts can change (build, install, update, upgrade).
  • Move compilation of the completion dumpfile to the completion module, here.
  • Don't compile user Zsh startup scripts anymore (See #450). This means you can:
    • either manually delete the compiled files, as they won't be updated by Zim anymore (recommended):
      for zfile in ${ZDOTDIR:-${HOME}}/.z(shenv|profile|shrc|login|logout); do
        rm -f ${zfile}.zwc(|.old)(N)
      done
      
    • or add the following to your .zlogin so Zsh startup scripts continue to be compiled:
      +for zfile in ${ZDOTDIR:-${HOME}}/.z(shenv|profile|shrc|login|logout); do
      +  if [[ ! ${zfile}.zwc -nt ${zfile} ]] zcompile -R ${zfile}
      +done
      +unset zfile
      

Deprecated

  • The login_init.zsh script, which is now empty. This means you can safely remove the following line from your .zlogin:
    -source ${ZIM_HOME}/login_init.zsh -q &!
    

1.6.2 - 2021-11-21

Fixed

  • Force local zsh emulation options, so the code is not broken by unexpected option changes by the user.

1.6.1 - 2021-11-08

Fixed

  • Missing line break before showing git log when using the git tool to update.

1.6.0 - 2021-11-06

Added

  • list action. Using it with -v also shows the current details for all modules.

Changed

  • Be quieter and don't output warnings when -q is provided.
  • Be more verbose when -v is provided: show skipped external and frozen modules with the install and update actions.
  • Show warning instead of error when module was not installed with the tool currently in use.
  • Manually setting any zmodule initialization option will disable all the default values from the other initialization options, so only user-provided values are used in this case. I.e. it's either all automatic, or all manual.
  • Also install new modules when starting a new shell (via zimfw init, that is sourced in .zshrc).

Fixed

  • Error in zimfw update with the git tool when module directory is under a symlinked directory.
  • Warning when WARN_CREATE_GLOBAL is set and ZIM_HOME is not.
  • "zsh: command not found: zmodule" when trying to run zmodule from the shell. Show a more informative error instead.
  • Don't try to install or update external modules.

1.5.0 - 2021-08-10

Added

  • Option to use the new degit tool in zmodule, that is able to install and update modules from GitHub without requiring git. Modules are installed faster and take less disk space when using this tool. It can be set as the default with zstyle ':zim:zmodule' use 'degit'.

Fixed

  • Force core.autocrlf=false when doing git clone. (See #404)
  • Allow uninstalling modules with custom names that have a slash.

1.4.3 - 2021-03-19

Fixed

  • Prefer the prezto module format when using defaults to initialize a module. This is the format we use in our Zim framework modules. It's not well documented anywhere officially, but in short words a prezto module can have:
    • a functions subdirectory that is added to the fpath by the framework,
    • files inside the functions subdirectory that are autoloaded by the framework (except for those with names matching _* or prompt_*_setup),
    • an init.zsh file that is sourced by the framework.

1.4.2 - 2021-02-19

Fixed

  • "Not a valid ref: refs/remotes/origin/main" error in zimfw update, when the repository's default branch was renamed to main.

1.4.1 - 2021-02-17

Fixed

  • Correctly get the repository's default branch in zimfw update. The related change in version 1.4.0 actually broke updating the modules, as new changes stopped being fetched.

1.4.0 - 2021-01-07

Added

  • Prompt before uninstalling modules, unless -q is set.
  • Show build date in info.

Fixed

  • Show error when no parameter is provided to -c|--cmd in zmodule.
  • Use repository's default branch instead of hardcoding the default to master in zimfw update, when no branch is specified in zmodule.

1.3.2 - 2020-08-01

Fixed

  • Compiled files must also be cleaned from modules defined with absolute paths.

1.3.1 - 2020-07-24

Fixed

  • "gzip: stdin: unexpected end of file" error when trying to upgrade. (See #407)

1.3.0 - 2020-07-05

Added

  • -c|-cmd option to zmodule. This allows for executing any specified command.

1.2.2 - 2020-06-10

Fixed

  • Allow local modules to be initialized and compiled in their respective directories, when absolute paths are given, instead of forcing them to be installed inside ZIM_HOME.

1.2.1 - 2020-05-26

Fixed

  • "No such file or directory" error when building a new file. This was a regression introduced after replacing cmp by cksum in version 1.2.0.
  • Show warning message when nothing found to be initialized in a module.

1.2.0 - 2020-05-17

Changed

  • Use cksum instead of cmp, and zargs instead of xargs, so we don't depend on busybox or diffutils and findutils.

Fixed

  • Error messages and the zmodule usage text.

1.1.1 - 2020-01-26

Fixed

  • "no such file or directory" error before initial check for latest version.
  • Show error when no modules defined in .zimrc, instead of allowing xargs to execute the action with no positional parameters.

1.1.0 - 2020-01-20

Added

  • help and version actions.
  • -v verbose option. Normal mode output is now focused on the specified action.
  • Asynchronously check the latest version every 30 days. This can be disabled with zstyle ':zim' disable-version-check yes.

Changed

  • When upgrading, download latest release asset instead of raw file from the master branch.
  • curl is preferred over wget. (See #360)
  • wget's output is only shown in verbose mode.

1.0.1 - 2020-01-09

Fixed

  • Zsh 5.2 does not recognize the :P modifier. Replace it by :A.
  • Also compile and clean .zprofile among the startup files.
  • Don't fail on clean-dumpfile when there's nothing to remove.

1.0.0 - 2020-01-07

This is a major change, where modules are not git submodules in the Zim repo anymore, but customized and installed separately as individual repositories. External modules can more easily be installed, updated and uninstalled. This makes Zim a project for Zsh that is both a set of community-maintained modules with a default installation (like on-my-zsh and prezto) and a plugin manager (like antigen and zplug).

This version is not backwards-compatible with previous versions, so a new installation of Zim is required.

Take your time to review the updated README.md and the changes listed below.

Added

  • zimfw CLI tool.
  • zmodule function to define modules.
  • Automatic installation script.
  • zsh-users/zsh-autosuggestions is enabled by default in new installations.

Changed

  • The Zim "core" is reduced to a single file, namely zimfw.zsh, that is self-updated without requiring git. With this, ZIM_HOME is not (the root of) a git repo anymore.
  • Zsh and modules are configured in .zshrc instead of .zimrc.
  • .zimrc is not sourced during Zsh startup anymore, and only contains the module definitions.
  • Zim's init.zsh and login_init.zsh scripts are generated by the zimfw CLI tool and contain static code. This allows for constant startup time, regardless of how complex the module definitions are.
  • Zim modules moved to individual repositories in the https://github.com/zimfw organization.
  • Zim modules are configured with zstyle instead of environment variables.
  • Zim themes are sourced directly, instead of working with prompinit, and are configured with environment variables instead of with promptinit parameters.
  • The environment module is reduced in scope to to only set Zsh options. The additional code moved to the input module (smart-URL widgets), the utility module (default pager), and a new termtitle module (terminal window title).
  • The minimal theme is renamed to s1ck94.

Removed

  • zmanage CLI tool.
  • The directory and history modules. Their code moved into the environment module.
  • The prompt module, and the external lean, liquidprompt and pure themes. Use zmodule miekg/lean, or zmodule nojhan/liquidprompt, or zmodule sindresorhus/pure --source async.zsh --source pure.zsh to define one of these external themes, respectively. The Zim themes moved to individual repositories.
  • Support for themes that require promptinit. (See #325)

Fixed

  • ZIM_HOME is set in .zshenv instead of .zshrc. The issue was that the variable was not available in .zlogin in non-interactive login shells.