Inconsistent command names

Wouter uws at xs4all.nl
Thu May 5 17:25:28 BST 2005


På Fri, May 06, 2005 at 01:30:35AM +0800, Neil Santos skrev:
> On 17:28 05/05/05, uws wrote:
> > bzr currently (among others) has these commands:
> > 
> > - ignored
> > - deleted
> > - unknowns
> > - renames
> > 
> > Why do the first two end with -d and the latter two end with -s?
> 
> Because `ignores' and `deletes' are verbs?  Or because `unknowned'
> isn't a word?  Either `renamed' and `renames' are workable, and I
> personally prefer the former, but then `unknowns' would be lonely.
> 
> :)

How about `ignored', `deleted', `unknown' and `renamed'?

  mvrgr, Wouter

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