Let’s look what other commands antibody has available for us!
Antibody can update all bundles in a single pass.
$ antibody update Updating all bundles in /Users/carlos/Library/Caches/antibody...
and that’s it.
You can remove a bundle completely by purging it:
$ antibody purge ohmyzsh/ohmyzsh Removing ohmyzsh/ohmyzsh...
If you want to see what plugins you have in your home folder, you can of course list them:
$ antibody list https://github.com/Tarrasch/zsh-bd /Users/carlos/Library/Caches/antibody/https-COLON--SLASH--SLASH-github.com-SLASH-Tarrasch-SLASH-zsh-bd https://github.com/caarlos0/git-add-remote /Users/carlos/Library/Caches/antibody/https-COLON--SLASH--SLASH-github.com-SLASH-caarlos0-SLASH-git-add-remote # ...
You can see the path being used for a cloned bundle.
$ antibody path ohmyzsh/ohmyzsh /Users/carlos/Library/Caches/antibody/https-COLON--SLASH--SLASH-github.com-SLASH-ohmyzsh-SLASH-ohmyzsh
This is particularly useful for projects like oh-my-zsh that rely on
storing its path in the
$ZSH environment variable:
$ ZSH=$(antibody path ohmyzsh/ohmyzsh)
You can also see where antibody is keeping the plugins with the home command:
$ antibody home /Users/carlos/Library/Caches/antibody
Of course, you can remove the entire thing with:
rm -rf `antibody home`
if you decide to start fresh or to use something else.
Last updated by mattmc3 on September 7, 2020.