Updating Oh-My-ZSH!

Let’s admit OH-my-zsh is a great utility out there to manage and configure zee shell with ease! Usually, the update happens automatically when you open the shell for the first time. The update asks for your consent of course! If you had denied the auto-update its again as simple as you use oh-my-zsh.

All you gotta type is omz update

If that gives some error, just cd into omz directory.

And then do a git stash or reset to take it to the previous state(Before a git fetch and pull was made by the script!)

And then all you gotta do is omz update

That’s it you are good to go! Happy zee-shelling!!!

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