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    I follow this project on Github mostly because of my curiosity.

    Does anyone actually use this here?

    It seems like a really bad idea. The last thing I want on my command line is a tool trying to auto-correct my mistakes. Seems like it could cause unintended consequences.

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      The program does not auto-correct mistakes – you are required to actually confirm the correction before it takes any action.

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        http://catb.org/jargon/html/D/DWIM.html

        However, as mentioned, it doesn’t execute corrections automatically. I suspect the risk of errors is still slightly higher than fixing the command manually, but well into “safe enough” territory.