On Sat, May 4, 2013 at 5:09 AM, Matthieu Moy
<matthieu....@grenoble-inp.fr> wrote:
> The A/@ could make sense, but I'm wondering whether we're taking the
> direction of implementing some kind of Brainfuck dialect in Git revision
> specifiers. I'm not sure we want to add more special characters here and
> there with subtly different meanings (@ = HEAD, @{1} = HEAD@{1}, A/@ =
> A/$(git symbolic-ref --short HEAD)).

Another subtle overloading of @ that might be desirable (althought
might be achievable another way). "git log -g"  is equal to "git log
-g HEAD" but there is no easy way (that I know of) to do "git log -g
$(git symbolic-ref HEAD)". "@" could fill the inconvenient spot here,
I think. Alias is no good because I won't be able to add extra
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