this will help There are a few Zsh settings to control what goes into your history (though I'm surprised emtpies end up there; I can't reproduce that despite also using fzf and hitting blank RETs a lot). The man page for zshoptions(1) describes:
wish help you to fix your issue You have to "look" into the environment variable PATH, and if the first word of the command correspond to a program that's inside the PATH, or (if it begin with a "/" and the program exist), you write that to the file. Good luck!
Angular - how to avoid adding history when changing search?
Hope that helps After 3 days of trial and error, and 10 minutes after I posted this question, I found the answer... Instead of using $location.search(...) I should be doing $location.search(...).replace()
it should still fix some issue You should add new column with default value. So you will need to edit only that INSERTs which it is necessary to. Also it will help you to deploy your new database schema, because in this case your old app code will be perfectly working with modified schema. And you can deploy schema and on second step deploy code without any downtime.