Bash's meta-delete will remove one path component instead of the entire path. How do you get zsh to behave like that?
I found this, which seems to work. Is this the right thing to do?
One of the things I most missed about bash when first switching to Zsh was that M-b and M-f (backward-word and forward-word) would jump over an entire /path/location, rather than to each word separated by a '/'. To make the behavior more like bash, you can evaluate this command: export WORDCHARS=''