Sebastian Schuberth wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 21, 2014 at 10:46 PM, Felipe Contreras
> <felipe.contre...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> The problem is that between "git rm" and "git mv", if we default "git
> >> cp" to mean "cherry-pick" there could easily be user confusion.
> >> I'm not sure that cherry-pick is used that often it really needs a two
> >> character shortcut. Maybe just "git pick"?
> > I'm in favor of having both 'git pick', and 'git pi'.
> Please let's stick to one clear default alias for some central
> commands, and not introduce ambiguity between aliases. That said, I'd
> prefer pick over pi, but still cp would be my personal favorite.
I think porcelain commands should eventually change names (and maybe become
more friendly) 'git ls-files' => 'git ls', 'git cherry-pick' => 'git pick', and
If 'cherry-pick' evolves into 'pick', it would make sense to have the 'pi'
alias, and in preparation for that I don't see why a temporary 'pick' alias
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