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Name Modified Size Downloads / Week Status
Parent folder
5.3.1 2016-12-21 331331 weekly downloads
5.3 2016-12-12 4242 weekly downloads
5.2 2015-12-03 279279 weekly downloads
5.1.1 2015-09-11 1515 weekly downloads
5.1 2015-09-01 11 weekly downloads
5.0.8 2015-06-03 2121 weekly downloads
5.0.7 2014-10-08 167167 weekly downloads
5.0.6 2014-08-31 33 weekly downloads
5.0.5 2014-02-08 5555 weekly downloads
5.0.4 2013-12-20 0
5.0.2 2012-12-21 4343 weekly downloads
5.0.1 2012-12-20 0
5.0.0 2012-07-23 11 weekly downloads
4.2.7 2007-12-18 22 weekly downloads
4.2.6 2005-12-05 0
4.2.5 2005-04-06 0
4.2.4 2005-02-03 0
4.2.3 2005-01-13 0
4.2.1 2004-08-13 0
4.2.0 2004-03-19 0
4.0.9 2003-12-19 0
4.0.7 2003-06-19 0
4.0.6 2002-08-14 0
4.0.4 2001-10-26 0
4.0.2 2001-06-26 0
4.0.1 2001-06-01 0
3.1.9 2000-06-05 0
3.1.8 2000-06-05 0
3.0.8 2000-06-01 0
3.1.7 2000-05-30 0
Totals: 30 Items   960
zsh is the stable shell version. This is now the 5.0 series, which is the latest version. zsh-dev is the development version of the shell. This is not currently in use; the last release here was the 4.7 series. zsh-doc is preformatted documentation associated with zsh. The main shell build already comes with manual pages and a Texinfo source, so you only need this if you want info, HTML or PDF formats and don't have the tools. zsh-doc-dev is preformatted documentation associated with zsh-dev.
Source: README.txt, updated 2012-07-23

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