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    Dylan Greene
    @dylang
    Hi Scott, thanks for making and sharing Nash.
    Scott Corgan
    @scottcorgan
    Hey @dylang. You’re welcome. It is was more for me, but I’m happy it’s useful to you! Let me know how I can make it better for you. Also if you have any questions, ask.
    Dylan Greene
    @dylang
    We are currently using Commander. It would be helpful to know the advantages of Nash because we'll need a good reason to re-write that portion of our code.
    Scott Corgan
    @scottcorgan
    Originally, we started with Commander, but we needed a more flexible way to use flags and commands. This included commands with multiple names (aliases), sub tasks of commands (command-name:task-name), and a much more simple way to define each.
    Also, we needes async and sync versions of functions to run before and after commands.
    Is your cli a big program?
    Scott Corgan
    @scottcorgan
    Looking to get some discussion going on some huge changes for Nash
    Christian Smith
    @christiansmith
    Planning to wrap my brain around your latest comment on #62 really soon.
    I like the way this is tightening up conceptually
    Scott Corgan
    @scottcorgan
    Sounds good. It's very functional and compose able. Keeps things clean and as pure as possible while making it infinitely scale able. Ask questions!
    Scott Corgan
    @scottcorgan
    Ill post some simplified code to get the point across of the cleaner api I'm thinking