Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com> writes:
> I love it when I say "This shouldn't be too hard; somebody may want
> to do a patch", with just a vague implemention idea in my head, and
> a patch magically appears with even a better design than I had in
> mind when I said it [*1*] ;-)
Having said that, I wonder if we could do a bit better.
$ git -c help.autocorrect=1 whatchange --help
WARNING: You called a Git command named 'whatchange', which does not exist.
Continuing under the assumption that you meant 'whatchanged'
in 0.1 seconds automatically...
No manual entry for gitwhatchange
We are guessing that the user meant "whatchanged"; shouldn't we be
able to feed the corrected name of the command to the machinery to
drive the manpage viewer?
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