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GHI is the alphabetical acronym for GitHub Issues\. GHI provides an easy way to manage your issues from the comfort of the command line and your editor of choice\.
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-GHI should look familiar if you\'re familiar with Git\. When invoked from a repository directory with a GitHub remote, GHI will default to work with the repository\'s issues\. Otherwise, GHI will work with your global issues or with a repository terminating its arguments\.
+GHI should look familiar if you\'re familiar with Git\. When invoked from a repository directory that has a GitHub remote, GHI will work with that repository\'s issues by default\. Otherwise, GHI will work with your global issues or with a repository specified in its terminating arguments\.
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The \fIcommand\fR is either the name of a GHI command (see below) or an alias\.
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<p>GHI should look familiar if you're familiar with Git. When invoked from a
-repository directory with a GitHub remote, GHI will default to work with the
-repository's issues. Otherwise, GHI will work with your global issues or with a
-repository terminating its arguments.</p>
+repository directory that has a GitHub remote, GHI will work with that
+repository's issues by default. Otherwise, GHI will work with your global
+issues or with a repository specified in its terminating arguments.</p>
<p>The <var>command</var> is either the name of a GHI command (see below) or an alias.</p>
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choice.
GHI should look familiar if you're familiar with Git. When invoked from a
-repository directory with a GitHub remote, GHI will default to work with the
-repository's issues. Otherwise, GHI will work with your global issues or with a
-repository terminating its arguments.
+repository directory that has a GitHub remote, GHI will work with that
+repository's issues by default. Otherwise, GHI will work with your global
+issues or with a repository specified in its terminating arguments.
The <command> is either the name of a GHI command (see below) or an alias.

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