[Grml] RC: disable zshrc's share_history feature by default?

Michael Prokop mika at grml.org
Mon Mar 25 11:39:45 CET 2013

* Csillag Tamas [Mon Mar 25, 2013 at 11:31:28AM +0100]:
> On Mon, Mar 25, 2013 at 11:23:57AM +0100, Michael Prokop wrote:

> > > On the other hand it is grml where I learned and got used to zsh and this was
> > > one of its great features. :)

> > > Maybe the grml distribution and users fetching grml's zsh config from grml.org/zsh
> > > has a different use case (I am not sure) let me explain:
> > > On a server there can be more root users operating in parallel
> > > on a grml live system there is usually one and typing in one shell then the
> > > capability to see that on the other's history is a great thing.

> > Yeah, but people use grml-zshrc also outside of Grml, even on
> > different operating systems. So we don't have to care just about the
> > Grml live mode use case but also about the more generic one. :)

> I try to explain a bit what I meant above:
> Maybe it can make sense to enable this feature on a grml live system and
> disable otherwise.

Oh, right - that's another option.
But I'm afraid that people would be even more confused about the
inconsistency between the different environments.

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