On Tue, 6 Sep 2005, Martin Langhoff wrote:
> Grep knows how to ignore binary files.

That wasn't the _point_.

The point is, naming things as being "scripts" is useful. Grep is just an 
example. Naming things as being ".pl" or ".sh" is _not_ useful.

So with grep you can use -I, but what about doing things like "em *" when
doing global renames (I use micro-emacs - em - as my editor). Again, "em
*-script" actually works.

The point being that if we have naming rules, make them USEFUL. *-script 
is useful - it works wonderfully well for "git xxx" (which knows to add 
"-script"), and it works wonderfully well for developers. 

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