On Thursday, 31 October 2013 at 15:22:41 UTC, Craig Dillabaugh
On Thursday, 31 October 2013 at 14:58:33 UTC, eles wrote:
On Thursday, 31 October 2013 at 14:54:17 UTC, Craig Dillabaugh
I could also argue that this issue is a with git requiring a
'git-' suffix on its scripts without providing users with some
means of overriding the file naming convention (maybe this is
already possible, I have only minimal git experience)!
BTW, git is not requiring a git- suffix, but a git-prefix. It
does not matter for git what the git-<name here> script extension
(or name) use.
It matters to the one typing git commands, because he has to type:
git <name here>
in order for git to invoke
I really don't feel like git is doing anything bad here or it
It matters, however, if one is allowed to type:
instead of being forced to type
You see, the latter version will give you the numbers spelled as:
16.d, 32.d, 18.d, 5.d, 11.d and 22.d
Or, it happens, the state lottery won't deny you the prize
because, guess, the real numbers that were extracted were 16, 32,
18, 5, 11 and 22.