This is the Windows app named Antigen whose latest release can be downloaded as Releasev2.2.3.tar.gz. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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Antigen is a small set of functions that help you easily manage your shell (zsh) plugins, called bundles. The concept is pretty much the same as bundles in a typical vim+pathogen setup. Antigen is to zsh, what Vundle is to vim. Antigen has reached a certain level of stability and has been used in the wild for around a couple of years. If you face any problems, please open an issue. The usage should be very familiar to you if you use Vundle. Open your zsh with this .zshrc and you should see all the bundles you defined here, getting installed. Once it’s done, you are ready to roll. The complete syntax for the antigen bundle command is discussed in the Commands page.
- Inspired by vundle, Antigen can pull oh-my-zsh style plugins from various github repositories
- You are not limited to use plugins from the oh-my-zsh repository only and you don't need to maintain your own fork and pull from upstream every now and then
- Antigen also lets you switch the prompt theme with one command
- The usage should be very familiar to you if you use Vundle
- You may take a look at the Show off wiki page for interactive mode usage
- Antigen is a small set of functions that help you easily manage your shell (zsh) plugins
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