[racket] raco command naming convention

From: Neil Van Dyke (neil at neilvandyke.org)
Date: Sun Dec 25 21:43:56 EST 2011

Rodolfo Carvalho wrote at 12/25/2011 09:33 PM:
> On Sun, Dec 25, 2011 at 01:03, Neil Van Dyke <neil at neilvandyke.org 
> <mailto:neil at neilvandyke.org>> wrote:
>     Matthew Flatt wrote at 12/24/2011 09:47 PM:
>         I'd also advocate short names --- `update' instead of
>         `update-dev-links', say.
>     There will probably be a few different commands that start "raco
>     mcfly update-".
> If there would be fuzzy-matching instead of unambiguous preffix 
> matching, you could write "raco mcf u-d", and "raco mcf u-x"...
> I'm thinking of something like Emacs' ido.el, but well, just for 
> parsing raco commands now.

I will try to have names that aren't too hard to type, and perhaps 
eventually rig up some Bash command completion.

I think that a better place for "ido.el"-like completion might be in 
Bash (or whatever shell) itself.  It already has the necessary information.


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