Glen Barber wrote:
On Thu, Feb 19, 2009 at 4:10 PM, Frank Staals <franksta...@gmx.net> wrote:
A bit of an off-topic question, but is there a neat way of aliassing 'svn
log' to 'svn log -v' in zsh ? I chould just write a one line shell script
that does 'svn log -v' and alias something like svnlog to the script but
that is a bit of a hack.


Alias it in $HOME/.zshrc

What should be the syntax of that then ? I know you can normally alias something with:

alias foo='bar'

Unfortunately using :

alias 'svn log'='svn log -v'
or
alias svn log='svn log -v'

does not seem to do the trick

--

- Frank

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