Re: baz and tla
"Benj. Mako Hill" <email@example.com> writes:
>> IMHO, it's a bug if it doesn't work efficiently without specialized
>> assistance from shell completions.
> Absolutely. The fact that such a workaround is essential is a sign of
> serious problem. :) tla has those in force. :)
Geez can you be a bit more trollish?
Personally I value the actual functionality more than the CLI because I
can easily (trivially) work around the latter, but not the former. In
other words, it's not a "serious problem."
[And in fact I think tla's CLI is not particularly bad; the main problem
seems to be that it's _different_, and people tend to be conservative.]
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