is a classic meta-tag. Any arguments for keeping it?

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    We have [command-line]. But what if the question is specifically about just the arguments? For example, whether they're uppercase or lowercase. Maybe we should go the other direction and have a tag [command-line-argument-capitalization]. And in case anyone wants to discuss that tag on Meta, we should have one here [command-line-argument-capitalization-tag]. Lest anyone think this is serious, :-)
    – fixer1234
    Commented Oct 29, 2015 at 5:45
  • a command-line-arguments tag is to superuser what a programming tag would be to stackoverflow. to be consistent, either command-line-arguments should be burninated, or a programming tag should be added to stackoverflow ;)
    – Michael
    Commented Nov 2, 2015 at 21:34

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Any question with a command line arguement tag ought to have a command line tag, unless it shouldn't. We could merge the tags, then pick off the questions where the tag dosen't belong as we go along


We should go oldschool, dinobot style on this tag, and delete it from each post.

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