Hi, I'm using a for loop with glob qualifiers to process a list of altered files. It looks like this: for a in *(e:age today:); do some_command $a ; done The problem, I've enabled the option PRINT_EXIT_VALUE. Now zsh echoes the line "zsh: exit 1" for every file which doesn't match the qualifier. If I use this (builtin) command zsh reports the exit status as well: print *(e:age today:) But if I use this (external) command zsh doesn't: ls *(e:age today:) I'm not sure if this behavior is intentional but it sure is annoying. Disabling PRINT_EXIT_VALUE before running these commands doesn't make that much fun. I think zsh shouldn't print the exit value at all.
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