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Hi all, just a question regarding zsh. In bash, I was able to list a set of packages like this: Code: $ yum list *package* However, in zsh I need ...
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    Hi all, just a question regarding zsh.

    In bash, I was able to list a set of packages like this:

    Code:
    $ yum list *package*
    However, in zsh I need to escape the '*'s like this:

    Code:
    % yum list \*package\*
    Is there any way to set zsh to run like bash in this sense? It's a little bit annoying, and I can't find much on the web regarding it.

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    You should be able to enclose the argument in single quotes. That works for me consistently in all shells, including zsh and bash. Ie: yum list '*package*'

    FWIW, this is also good in case you have some files in your local directory that would match the pattern *package* since the single quotes won't expand the wild-cards, but will pass the string directly to yum.
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