On Tue, Sep 24, 2013 at 01:41:19AM -0500, Felipe Contreras wrote:
> > People who have different aliases for
> > the same terms are unaffected on existing boxes, but slightly hindered
> > on new boxes as the aliases do something else.
> Less hindered than in the current situation.
I do not agree, but I've already explained my reasoning. I think we
must agree to disagree on this.
> cvs ci = cvs commit
> cvs co = cvs checkout
> svn ci = svn commit
> svn co = svn checkout
> hg ci = hg commit
> hg co = hg checkout
> And somehow you think this is not natural and sensible?
> git ci = git commit
> git co = git checkout
> I think it's as clear as day.
If it is natural, sensible, and as clear as day, then why do people
alias the commands to something besides what you show?
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