Junio C Hamano <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> Linus Torvalds <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
>> What's the upside?
>> I can point to one downside: "git". That script right now is simple. If
>> you rewrite git-cvsimport-script from shell to perl, it looks the same to
> What I've been working on was to:
> * have git-cvsimport.perl in the source
> * install it as $(bindir)/git-cvsimport
That was what I suggested too, although I don't really care if it's
called .perl or -script in the source.
By the way, I'm not sure how the 'git' script is supposed to be used.
I know that if there is a git-foo-script file in your path, you can
run it as 'git foo'. But what about e.g. git-init-db? You can run
that as 'git init-db' today. And 'git read-cache' should work too.
And 'git ls-files', and 'git rev-parse', and 'git merge-one-file' and
'git sh-setup-script' in decreasing order of usefulness...
But running 'git' without arguments only list the -script commands as
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