SZEDER Gábor <> writes:

> But providing short options for completion is pointless.  Those who
> know git blame's short options will just type them right away, because
> it requires less key presses than using completion, and those who
> don't know these options will only see -C, -M, etc. and won't have any
> clues what it stands for.

It is not necessarily true that "they won't have any clue"; one
could argue that "-C -M etc" can serve as reminder to people who
once learned but forgot momentarily.

My conclusion is the same, though; "git blame -h" is for those

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