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Re: Making '-l' a shortcut for '--limit'

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_red-bean.com>
Date: 2007-03-14 22:50:07 CET

"Hyrum K. Wright" <hyrum_wright@mail.utexas.edu> writes:
> A few people on the list have expressed a desire to add the shortcut
> '-l' for the '--limit' switch, currently used only with 'svn log'.
> Running 'svn log --limit' seems to be a pretty common operation, and a
> shortcut for it would be useful. The implementation is trivial, but I
> know how protective we generally are about our shortcut namespace, so I
> wanted to run this by the list before doing anything.
> Are there any objections to adding '-l' as a shortcut for '--limit'?

I'm -0 on using up -l for that. I could see -L, in a pinch, but even
that's pushing it.

Then again, I never run 'svn log --limit'. I wish we had a better,
non-anecdotal sense of what people are actually doing. Have you
considered polling over on users@ (*without* saying why you're asking,
of course :-) ) to find out how much people run 'svn log --limit'?

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