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re: All valid points. The main reason why people resort to aliases is how unintuitive git command line interface is. For example I have an alias called...
 

I am so-so on aliases; I think they make a lot of sense for stuff like git unstage -- ie, taking something and adding a name and meaning that is clearer. Sort of like how if there is a function from an API I am using all the time whose name I find confusing/unclear, I will just make a tiny wrapper function with a name that makes sense, etc. Stuff like gcma to me is sort of like taking document.getElementById and shadowing it to document.gebi

 

Yeah, I try not to alias git commands to acronyms, it makes my life harder.

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