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Here's a suggestion:

TinyPerl is a great name for this project, but on the command-line the name is a bit lengthy. Consider that one of the nice things about the vi editor is that one only needs to type two letters to invoke it. So I suggest shortening the name to 'tp' for command-line use. Let's have a comparison:

tp -e 's/Charmin/Quilted Northern/g' *

versus

tinyperl -e 's/Charmin/Quilted Northern/g' *


In reply to Re: TinyPerl 2.0 and new SF site. by jacques
in thread TinyPerl 2.0 and new SF site. by gmpassos

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