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For me it seems that in the following case expression seems not to be fitting, I think the second example is shorter, simpler and may even be more correct.

  1. dugite - Elegant bindings for working with Git in your Node applications
  2. dugite - Elegant bindings to work with Git in your Node applications
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I generally try to reserve the to-form of a verb for when there is some intention to achieve a result. If not, I generally change to an ing-form of the verb. Not always, mind you. Doing that just feels a bit more precise to me.

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  • @Sasha Tobin what is that, please? A glossary entry giving a quick explanation? It looks like a definition, in which case "for working" would trump "to work with". Jan 28 '18 at 17:25
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Option 1 sounds more natural to me assuming you want to imply that someone is working with Git using the bindings.

Option 2 can be read as similar to "bindings that work with Git", i.e., bindings that are compatible with Git.

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