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Re: Bug#379857: ITP: git-completion -- content addressable filesystem (bash completion)


> > * Package name    : git-completion
> >   Version         : 0+20060722
> >   Upstream Author : Ben Clifford <benc@hawaga.org.uk>
> > * URL             : http://www.hawaga.org.uk/ben/tech/gitcompletion/
> > * License         : GPL
> >   Description     : content addressable filesystem (bash completion)
> >
> > git is a stupid (but extremely fast) directory content manager. It doesn't do 
> > a whole lot, but what it 'does' do is track directory contents efficiently.
> > .
> > This package contains the bash completion for git, cogito and stg.
> Why should this be a separate package? Either include it in the bash package
> or into the /etc/bash_completion.d of git, cogito and stg.

Well, why shouldn't it be a separate package? It _is_ a separate source
package that's developed independently of anything git or bash related. Imho
it just would not make much sense to include it in any other package.


Sebastian "tokkee" Harl
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