On Wed, Sep 5, 2012 at 2:59 PM, Tomas Carnecky <tomas.carne...@gmail.com> wrote:
> A fella on IRC was confused by $subject. And it did bother me sometimes as
> well. If you don't use `git remote` often, it is confusing that the commands
> are named inconsistently.
> If I know that there is `git remote rm` then I kindof expect `git remote mv`
> to exist. Because I am used to rm/mv and git rm/git mv as the standard unix
> commands for renaming and removing something. On the other hand, if I know
> that there is `git remote rename`, with the verb fully written out, I expect
> `git remote delete/remove` to exist (or something similar, with the verb fully
> written out).
> Would there be any desire to make the subcommands more consistent in that
Looking at the remote command list, "rm" is the only abbreviation. I
guess we should add "delete" (or "remove") as an alias for "rm".
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