This guide provides details for using and configuring Guild on macOS.
Z Shell (zsh)
Z Shell (zsh) is the default command line shell for macOS. If you’re using
zsh you must quote arguments that contain square brackets —
]. If you don’t, you see a cryptic error message
zsh: no matches found: ....
For example, use this format:
guild run learning-rate='[0.001,0.01,0.1]'
When using zsh, quote arguments that contain square brackets.
If you’re not using Z Shell, you can omit the quotes.
Alternatively, when running Z Shell you can alternatively use the
noglob keyword to disable glob replacement. This lets you use unquoted arguments containing square brackets.
noglob guild run learning-rate=[0.001,0.01,0.1]
noglob lets you use unquoted square brackets.
noglob whenever running Guild operations, create an alias like this:
alias guild='noglob guild'