> I have all this down to a science. All these commands are in my bash
> command history so I can pull them up with a couple of keystrokes. I've
> done them all so many times that I can type them from scratch almost
> without thinking about them. I've gone through this whole process while
> in the midst of business conversations without anyone even noticing that
> I'm doing it. (Of course, if there are compile errors it's another
> story, and I have to deal with those later, but often I can go through
> several upgrades in a row without any errors.) Anything that changes
> this process -- new commands, new syntax, whatever -- takes extra time
> and disrupts whatever else I'm doing.
oh, please, you don't have to learn 666 new commands. I'd like to
think that we've enought intelligence to learn a few new command.
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