On Mon, 5 Sep 2005, David Kågedal wrote:
> But to the users (like myself), there's no point in naming it by
> whether it's a script or a binary.
So? There's no downside.
To you, as a user, you never see the "-script" ending anyway. You'd never
type it out, or you're already doing something wrong.
So to users it doesn't matter, and to developers it _does_ matter (and
calling them ".pl" or ".sh" or something would be _bad_), why not please
> So your argument that it makes it easier for git developers to work
> with the source doesn't help the user.
It doesn't _help_ the user, but since it doesn't hurt him either, why the
hell would we even _care_ about the user?
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