steve at stevesearle.co.uk
Wed Jan 4 08:30:34 UTC 2012
Around 08:17am on Wednesday, January 04, 2012 (UK time), Paul Allen Newell scrawled:
> On 1/4/2012 12:11 AM, Ed Greshko wrote:
> >FWIW, I never use extensions.
> Though I can't stand the MS world of extensions meaning something, I
> can't imagine not using extensions to help understand what is there. The
> system shouldn't give a damn, but the user needs all the help he/she can
> get (smile)
The case against extensions in this context is that the user shouldn't
have to change if the shell script is rewritten in a different language.
Having to change from foobar.sh to foobar.pl just because of this change
isn't user friendly. And what if you re-wrote it in C?
But although you can make a case, it isn't an open and shut one, but a
matter of preference I guess. And I certainly think .conf on a file is
useful. And maybe even .d
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