David Lang wrote:
> On Wed, 23 Apr 2014, Felipe Contreras wrote:
> > David Lang wrote:
> >> agreed, of all the things that people complain about regarding learning
> >> git,
> >> the fact that the commands are words instead of cryptic 2 letter
> >> abberviations is not one of them.
> > It is when they start to use Git seriously and type them a lot.
> If that was such a significant factor, nobody would use Java with it's
> long function names.
There are these things called IDE's where people don't end up typing the whole
function names. Take a look.
> People are far more bothered about all the switches to remember and the
> for them than they are the fact that they have to type entire words.
This is, again, a red herring. The fact that B is more important doesn't mean A
shouldn't be done.
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