After running a command like
$ rake new_post["hello world"], you may have seen an error like the following:
zsh: no matches found: new_post[...]
The issue is that you have ZSH’s extended glob turned on. If you look in your ZSH config you’ll see the following line:
This options enables globbing patterns in ZSH. And in the previous example, the
["hello world"] in
$ rake new_post["hello world"] acts like a regexp rather than a literal string. For more info,
introduces ZSH globbing and expansion, and this
page comprehensively documents globbing and expansion.
You have a couple ways to fix this problem and I prefer the first way:
- Disable globbing by aliasing the command, for example:
alias rake="noglob rake"
- Quote the command’s arguments:
Till next time, keep calm and ZSH on.
rake 'new_post["hello world"]'