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bio website adam0.net
location San Luis Obispo, CA
age 23
visits member for 4 years, 8 months
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Lua, Go, and C are my 3 favorite languages, in that order. I also know Java, C++, PHP, bash, and SQL well.

I've done quite a bit of beta testing / QA, some for websites and some for games.

I love gaming on my computers. Developing games is a fun pastime.


Feb
15
comment How can I make zsh's vi mode behave more like bash's vi mode?
My friend helped me find the answer... by using bindkey "^H" backward-delete-char and bindkey "^?" backward-delete-char, zsh will act more like vim (which I use) than vi.
Feb
15
comment How can I make zsh's vi mode behave more like bash's vi mode?
@marshaul, for each of the bindkeyoptions you show here, I have an similar option prefixed by vi-, but not any exact matches. I'm wondering if I need both the matches exactly as shown here or if the vi- ones do the same thing.
Feb
13
comment How can I make zsh's vi mode behave more like bash's vi mode?
With regards to (2), when I do bindkey | grep <searchterm> for any of the terms, they're all prefixed by vi-. Do I need to set up bindkey commands that aren't prefixed by vi-?
Feb
2
comment Change the Login Shell of Mac OS X Lion from bash to zsh
Confirmed that this works in Mountain Lion, as well as working with "non-standard shells" that you might install yourself (or have Homebrew install).
Feb
2
comment Change the Login Shell of Mac OS X Lion from bash to zsh
I installed a newer version of zsh with Homebrew, which put zsh in /usr/local/bin/zsh. Unfortunately, chsh doesn't allow this, saying chsh: /usr/local/bin/zsh: non-standard shell. Daniel Beck's answer is a suitable solution in this case.
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