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Re: Reading .zprofile (Re: Can someone help me convert ...)

I though i was haveing that problem when i upgraded my zsh under FreeBSD.  One thing that i have done to make sure that all the files are loading up is i added a 
echo ".zshrc(or what ever) called".  Now ive gotten used to that and if i dont see it i know that something is broken.  Its also good for when im checking modifications to my .z files..
On Tue, Feb 12, 2002 at 05:07:20PM +0000, Bart Schaefer wrote:
> On Feb 5,  3:12pm, Rik wrote:
> }
> } There's one thing last thing I've just noticed. I was using ~/.zprofile
> } under 4.0.2. I upgraded to 4.0.4 and it decided to ignore ~/.zprofile.
> } Is there a reason for this? If it's compile specific, then additional
> } information is that I've just used a default install from FreeBSD ports.
> There's no compile option to ignore only the .zprofile, so the question is
> whether it's ignoring all your other startup files (.zshenv, .zshrc, etc.)
> as well?  If the other files are working, then the only possibility is that
> for some reason zsh does not believe that it is running as a login shell.
> -- 
> Bart Schaefer                                 Brass Lantern Enterprises
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