Github user srowen commented on the issue:
    I think it's right to do this all at once, rather than in pieces.
    I must say I recall I opened a PR like this a long long time ago and Matei 
said the master was excluded on purpose because it was intended to be set by 
the environment running the example, which made some sense.
    I wonder if the logic is still the same or not? that is, if it's a runnable 
example, do we want to not override the master that the runner might set? or 
for doc-only example code, is it that we do need to show master being set 

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