The old CVS archive for zsh code has been replaced by git; in addition, the source for the web pages is also available in git. For access, follow the links from
That will display the top level of the code or web tree; at the top you will see the commands you need to allow you to check out the code.
Version 4.3.12 of zsh has been released. This is mostly a bug fix release, but with a few minor new features; see the NEWS file.
The 4.3 series should migrate to a new stable release series 5.0 in the not too distant future.
zsh version 4.3.2 has been released. This is a development release, but is believed to be fairly stable. This is the first version of zsh to support multibyte character sets, in particular (but not just) UTF-8. The support in the line editor is nearly complete, but it is patchy in other parts of the shell.
Finally, a development version of zsh is available again. 4.1.1 introduces many new features both in the main shell and as library add-ons. It has been in development for some time and is believed to be fairly stable. 4.0.7 is a bug-fix release for the stable branch of zsh. zsh is a shell probably most similar to ksh, but with countless enhancements and differences.
Version 4.0.1 of zsh, the Z-Shell, has been
released. This is a stable release with many
enhancements over the previous stable release,
particular in the areas of completion, line
editing, modularity and parameter substitution.
The zsh home page is at http://www.zsh.org/
Versions 3.0.8 (stable) and 3.1.9 (beta) of zsh, the Z Shell,
have been released. Zsh is a ksh-like UNIX shell with
countless enhancements, particularly in the area of
zsh is in the process of moving to SourceForge; please bear with us during this period. Check the mailing lists at http://www.zsh.org/mla/ if you want to know more about what's happening.