François Pinard <> wrote:

> Nick Dokos <> writes:
> > François Pinard <> wrote:
> >> P.P.S. How about amending the manual for consistent capitalization?
> >> 
> > Knock yourself out! ;-)
> I've absolutely nothing against doing that little work myself (that one
> is easy enough!), besides the idea that I might be working against the
> crowd.  If nobody objects that I normalize everything (every #+ thing)
> to lower case, I'll happily do it.  If the only result of a patch would
> be to start a flame war (or just loosing my time), I'd better stay
> quiet...
> Always easier to formally ask permission once you informally got it!

OK - I'm not the one to ask permission from, but I doubt very much that
a flame war will erupt because of a patch to make things in the manual
more uniform (of course, there will have to be a notation somewhere, if
one is not there already, that capitalization does not matter in these
cases: it's easy to infer that when all the examples are in various
forms of capitalization, but harder when everything is uniform - as you
can see, uniformity is not an unmitigated blessing :-) ).


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