I've just started tinkering with the CLI. First-up, huge kudos. I'm a daily Linux user, and I've been waiting for something like this for a quite a while. I'm exceedingly happy to see work being done on a CLI, even happier to see it work in my prompt! :D
On the other hand I'm observing the following things :
I understand the need to protect your IP and make sure the security remains hermetic.
This my question : Why develop a full fledged binary CLI, and not a binary library with API documentation for the community to develop with? Why not benefit from free workforce?
I'm again going to apologize for the question, I'm certain I'm missing a lot of context, but I'd rather ask this early on, so I don't ask the wrong questions onward. I want to reiterate that as a user, in both civilian and enterprise contexts, I am extremely happy to see this work getting done.
P.S. My colleague says this is post is a proper poopsandwich, my apologies once again!!!
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