In our examples/example.bashrc we generate a bash alias for every site alias. This patch propose to remove this because:
drush sais slow enough to noticeably slow down launching of new shells
- This is a bit invasive to a person's environment. This screwed me up for a LONG time because I have a site alias named 'drush' (points to www.drush.org) which got aliased to 'drush drush'. I know this is a rare case but in general I think people can have bash commands that are similar to the sites they manage.
Folks which use this a lot can still use it, or can switch to the site-set system.
I'm not clear if changes are also needed to cddl and other functions in the file.
FYI, I source example.bashrc from my .bashrc without modifications. I like the functionality this file provides, but it has to be faster.