Nikolay Shaplov wrote:

> Actually that's me who have lost it.

Yeah, I realized today when I saw your reply to Nikita.  I didn't
realize it was him submitting a new version of the patch.

> The code with  oxford comma would be a 
> bit more complicated. We should put such coma when we have 3+ items and do 
> not 
> put it when we have 2.
> Does it worth it?
> As I've read oxford using of comma is not mandatory and used to avoid 
> ambiguity.
> "XXX, YYY and ZZZ" can be read as "XXX, YYY, ZZZ" or as "XXX, (YYY and ZZZ)".
> oxford comma is used to make sure that YYY and ZZZ are separate items of the 
> list, not an expression inside one item.
> But here we hardly have such ambiguity.

Gracious goodness -- the stuff these Brits come up with!

> So I'll ask again, do you really think it worth it?

I'm not qualified to answer this question.

Álvaro Herrera      
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