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Re: Agreeing on some "rules" for packaging.

From: Nikita Karetnikov
Subject: Re: Agreeing on some "rules" for packaging.
Date: Sat, 31 Aug 2013 01:09:27 +0400

> Yes, that change in the GCS is recent, and I haven’t completely changed
> my habits.

> IMO the rule should be: use Unicode quotation marks wherever possible
> (almost everywhere), use what Texinfo prescribes in Texinfo (that is,
> like `this' and ``that''), and use what the GCS says elsewhere.

> I tend to use ASCII quotation marks in source files; the main reason for
> that is that typopunct-mode in Scheme files would be annoying (if you
> know of other ways do use Unicode quotation marks in Emacs, lemme know.)

> Thoughts?

OK, but the above doesn’t answer my question.  Which quotation marks
should be used in source files: `' or ''?

And what about commit messages?

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