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ivy-recentf should be called counsel-recentf? #624

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hmelman opened this Issue Aug 17, 2016 · 1 comment

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hmelman commented Aug 17, 2016

I just learned about ivy-recentf. It's a minor point, but it seems to me this is more properly called counsel-recentf.

I feel the same about ivy-switch-buffer and ivy-switch-buffer-other-window. Every other command at this level (replacing an existing emacs command as opposed to implementing ivy-mode) seems to be in counsel.

I get that renaming them at this point could be an issue for some (though the package is still young), perhaps just an alias that calls through as a transition period would help.

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abo-abo commented Aug 18, 2016

I don't mind renaming to counsel-recentf. However, ivy-switch-buffer is part of ivy-mode and should stay there.

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