On 30/03/06, Xavier Dectot <xavier.dectot@xxxxxxx> wrote:
Le Thu, 30 Mar 2006 21:33:26 +0200,
Jan Claeys <lists@xxxxxxx> a Ãcrit :
> Op do, 30-03-2006 te 09:37 -0500, schreef Scott Bronson:
> A fix for that might be as easy as adding:
> alias help=yelp
Most certainly not. You might need to use help while stranded out of X,
due to a misconfigured xorg.conf, and then using a graphical interface
for help would end up as kind of awkward, wouldn't it ?
Not to mention it would break expected behaviour. I don't know about other people, but i certianly use 'help' quite frequently. It beats trawling through the vast bash man page looking for the info i need.
alias help=info would be better, but might get the newbie lost.
Well, if you really want to help the newbie, maybe 'pinfo' instead of 'info' -) But still, that breaks expected behaviour regardless.
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