Well, it's an intention after thoughts.
Yes, "erase" and "remove" behaves identically now in dnf.
But they're still two different words literally.
After read through the text, I felt no compelling reason to translate them
into one single word.
Thus now you will see "erase" as "删除" and "remove" as “移除”.
Two synonyms as their English origin
On Thu, Jul 3, 2014 at 10:17 PM, Christopher Meng <cickumqt(a)gmail.com>
As described at , how to treat these two:
I found these 2 are not translated into the same word. Is it a
problem? I'm not sure.
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