Updating Oh My Zsh: There was an error. Uh!
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Published on 29 Aug, 2021 (updated: 23 Sep)
Written by Irsyad A. Panjaitan
If you plan to upgrade oh my zsh, and get an error ? You need to do step below!
Open up Terminal
Type in ‘ cd ~/.oh-my-zsh’
This should change your directory to the zsh directory.
Terminal should read: “ .oh-my-zsh git:(master) “. If it does, go to step 2.
Type in “git status” to see that your status is ahead of master.
If you’re not concerned about the file status changes, you can “stash” those changes by doing step 5.
Type in “git stash” to save the progress in the git and move the head back to master.
Then type upgrade_oh_my_zsh
Then you will see ilke this.
Updating Oh My Zsh remote: Enumerating objects: 21634, done. remote: Counting objects: 100% (21633/21633), done. remote: Compressing objects: 100% (8536/8536), done. ........bashCopy