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‘command-name’ is a command generic name. Even if it is not always used, the ‘command-name’ must be present (if a command is associated with a ‘key-sequence’). If it is not, no action will be taken when pressing ‘key-sequence’.
There are two types of commands in
gitfm: built-in commands and
user defined commands. If the ‘command-name’ section contains a
built-in command specification, the other fields are ignored.
Note that by convention built-in command names contain only lower case letters while user defined command names contain only upper case letters.
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