Is it reasonable for zsh to execute scripts in /etc/bashrc.d/?
Right now it means that zsh conflicts with bash-completion since tab key becomes
unusable if both zsh-4.3.4-alt3 and bash-completion-20060301-alt05 are installed.
*** Bug 15036 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Common sh-scripts could/should be placed into /etc/profile.d/. Then zsh
could/should just read /etc/profile.d/ (/etc/profile).
Or just /etc/profile.d/ would give not enough features?
/etc/bashrc.d/alias.sh, the only script not mirrored in /etc/profile.d/ (not counting bash-completion.sh), will be lost. Ye be warned.
zsh-1:4.3.10-alt3 -> sisyphus:
* Sat Nov 21 2009 Alexey I. Froloff <raorn@altlinux> 1:4.3.10-alt3
- Completion changes:
+ _girar: fixed typos, updated for new girar-utils
+ _girar_remote: updated for recent girar changes
+ _ri: rewritten for Ruby 1.9 support
- Startup files:
+ zshrc: do not process /etc/bashrc (closes: #14641)