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DC*
@desyncr
you could do zsh -f
Which loads zsh without anything
indeedwatson
@indeedwatson
both nohup and zsh -f work as intended
so I'm guessing one of the plugins is messing it up. I'll have to try disabling one by one
DC*
@desyncr
Yeah, that would be the method I would use to debug these kind of issues
sohocoke
@sohocoke
Hi, finding antigen very cool. i just have a q on performance -- time zsh -i -c exit shows me 2.837 total, this is too slow. how can I make the shell launch faster?
came across some docs that suggest antigen cache-gen would be done automatically as of v2.x. doing it manually just resulted in a new shell seemingly ignoring all the antigen commands in .zshrc.
DC*
@desyncr
@sohocoke Hi there, caching is a great way to improve start up performance
Be sure to configure it to auto reset or reset it manually when doing changes
Following these steps it should work without issues
If you got any problems let me know, also sharing your .zshrc/.antigenrc file will be helpful in that case
sohocoke
@sohocoke
Mm ok, read the docs again and it sounds like the thing thats unnecessary in 2.0 is the conditional in .zshrc to check and consume the cache file. So maybe my problem is a badly generated file.
i’ll gather some disgnostics and post it shortly...
Cătălin G
@cdarken
hi. how do I install a fresh copy of antigen? I cloned the repo in another directory and then I changed the path in my .zshrc to the new clone but it's behaving as if the old path is still active
DC*
@desyncr
Hi @cdarken You may need to execute antigen reset command. In order for Antigen to reset it's cached files.
Carlos Gómez
@Kurolox
Hello, I'm having some issues with my antigen setup in my laptop
the theme isn't applying properly. If I apply a different theme and then the first one, it works until I close the terminal. However, setting up the theme in .zshrc doesn't work.
DC*
@desyncr
@Kurolox Could you share your .zshrc/.antigenrc config?
John Sockwell
@johnsockwell
I'm developing my first plugin. The plugin currently lives in a private github repo. I'm running into authentication issues when trying to install the plugin. Can anyone point me to a guide or some best practices?
Antigen tries to work in a non-interactive way (so, no prompt for user/pass should be displayed)
You should check your public key is properly configured locally and in github
Kaleb Elwert
@belak
@desyncr Do you remember if antigen manually loads prezto modules or is pmodload called?
Kaleb Elwert
@belak
I'm guessing it's manually... and if that's the case, I'm not sure how we'd want to handle the additional module dirs
DC*
@desyncr
Antigen load prezto modules manually, not using pmodload currently
Matthew Javelet
@0xMatt
When I run antigen bundle {bundlename} how can I have it persist to my .zshrc file? It seems it's only available for that current terminal session
DC*
@desyncr
@0xMatt It's by design this way. We have plans for v3.x to be able to configure Antigen in an interactive way. See zsh-users/antigen#334
DC*
@desyncr
BTW Happy new year to all! :smile:
Tim
@TCastelein
Hi quick question. I have installed antigen through apt sudo apt install zsh-antigen the next steps of instalation say i need to point to the antigen.zsh file. But i cannot find it
Can anyone help?
DC*
@desyncr
@TCastelein IIRC the debian package leaves it at /usr/share/zsh-antigen
I'll check that out now
Tim
@TCastelein
Yup there it is
Weird that my locate wouldnt find it
th
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DC*
@desyncr
:+1: Cool have fun with it! :sparkles:
If you find any issue or have any trouble using it let us know!
BTW I was testing on debian 8 and it ships with antigen version 1 (we're currently 2.2.3)
So beware the documentation is based on latest version, so it may differ greatly
Chang
@chhuang
Does anyone know why this doesn't work: antigen bundle zsh-users/zsh-autosuggestions?
I have to do this instead: source /usr/local/share/zsh-autosuggestions/zsh-autosuggestions.zsh
MindFocus
@mindfocus
antigen apply cannot save settings to .zshrc
i dont know how to fix this
somebody can help me?
DC*
@desyncr
@mindfocus Antigen doesn't automatically modifies .zshrc, if you want to persist your bundles your need to modify it yourself.
See the examples on the wiki page, they're quite helpful to get you started!
cduong13
@chrisduong
Hi guys, how would we debug how the plugin is loaded
I run antigen bundle aws