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Command line interface

Before there were graphical user interfaces, command-line interfaces were used to issue commands to a computer. Programs that handle the user interface are called command language interpreters, often known as a shell. A CLI may give a user more control over the computer and programs they wish to execute.

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zambonin
zambonin commented Feb 18, 2021

Describe the bug

Creating a Gist using the gh command-line interface does not preserve the
contents of binary files.

~ $ gh --version
gh version 1.5.0 (2021-01-21)
https://github.com/cli/cli/releases/tag/v1.5.0

Steps to reproduce the behavior

Create a Gist with a binary file using gh gist create /path/to/binary-file.
I have successfully reproduced this behavio

theblazehen
theblazehen commented Jan 5, 2021

Is your feature request related to a problem? Please describe.
Currently the git log in the pane only shows <short commit> <message>, I'd like that to be configurable as the log commit message in the full sized panel shows

Describe the solution you'd like
I'd like to have the git log message in the pane be configurable in the same way that the branchLogCmd is configurable

**Des

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antonmedv
antonmedv commented Dec 11, 2019

Currently, each argument to fx treated as an anonymous function. Here is an example:

fx 'groupBy("commit.author.name")' 'mapValues(size)' toPairs 'sortBy(1)' reverse 'take(10)' fromPairs

But this requires a lot of ' quotes. My idea is to split the argument by whitespaces . So next will be possible to write:

fx 'groupBy("commit.author.name") mapValues(size) toPairs so

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