On Sat, Jan 19, 2013 at 7:01 AM, Thomas Ackermann <th.ac...@arcor.de> wrote:
>> What about GITweb?
> You are right; I missed that because I grepped only for 'GIT' as a whole word.
> 'gitweb' and 'GITweb' should be changed to 'Gitweb'.
>> IMO some of these look nicer when everything is lowercase.
>> e.g. "standard git committer ident format".
> IMHO what seems nicer here is the spelling we are all accustomed to.
> The whole point of my patch is to use 'Git' consistently when
> we are talking about the system and not the individual command.
>> $ git grep 'git repositor' | wc -l
>> These changes touch, for example, git-clone.txt to make it
>> say: "Make a 'bare' Git repository". Why not lowercase?
> When you also apply my second patch you only get 17 occurences of "git
> which I missed to change to 'Git repository' ...
> Thanks for looking into this!
Thank *you* for tackling these last 226 and listening to my silly opinions.
The end result will be much nicer all around.
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