Sebastian Schuberth wrote:
> On 21.04.2014 00:41, Felipe Contreras wrote:
> > = Default aliases =
> > Every single version control tool out there has default aliases (e.g.
> > co = checkout) except Git.
> > Every argument against default aliases was basically refuted, yet my
> > patches went nowhere. And the users still expect these aliases.
> +1 about having default aliases in general, and I'd also add these:
> br = branch
> cp = cherry-pick
> dt = difftool
> mt = mergetool
I have these aliases as well, except br => b, and cp => pi. 'br' is probably
better, but not sure as 'cp' which can be confusing.
> BTW, in my experience people tend to stick to predefined aliases instead
> of redefining them to something (completely) different. This means that
> having default aliases will very likely enable one to use the same short
> commands on one's colleague's PC (instead of you running into issues
> because the same alias was defined to a different command).
> If we don't standardize this now people will come up with their own
> definitions   (and many others if you just search GitHub) which
> are again likely to differ (slightly), hindering interoperability.
>  https://github.com/github/msysgit/pull/27
>  https://github.com/sschuberth/dev-scripts/blob/master/git/.gitconfig
FTR color.ui = true is not needed any more, also hopefully mergetool.prompt =
false wouldn't be either .
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