On 20.09.2012 20:37:58, Patrick Ohly wrote:
On Thu, 2012-09-20 at 14:45 +0200, Ove Kåven wrote:
> I don't like this either. I prefer commandlines to be short. And if
> you're able to think of a context as a domain, then the @ notation
> makes quite a bit of sense. Like an email address.
FWIW, that was also my thinking when introducing contexts and the
notation for them.
* Consistency between output and command line usage.
* Backward compatibility for the commmand line: tools which
treated a config name as an opaque string continued to work
"... the testimony of two men is true." (Jn.8:17)
I'm noob and you've much longer experience with it. Anyway, I've got my
quicksheet to look at and get to know what is what :)
Case closed, thank you all.
Ildar Mulyukov, free SW designer/programmer
ALT Linux Sisyphus