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bug#25898: [PATCH 1/2] gnu: Add dovecot-trees.

From: Ludovic Courtès
Subject: bug#25898: [PATCH 1/2] gnu: Add dovecot-trees.
Date: Tue, 14 Mar 2017 14:20:45 +0100
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>> I’ve removed some of the @code here: @code is for code, identifiers,
>> etc., but not for proper nouns such as Dovecot.
> Don't we use @code{} for application names? I thought that's needed for
> Dovecot then as well.

No, @code translates to fixed-width fonts typically.  Quoth the Texinfo
manual (info "(texinfo) @code"):

  Use the '@code' command to indicate text that is a piece of a program
  and which consists of entire syntactic tokens.  Enclose the text in

     Thus, you should use '@code' for an expression in a program, for the
  name of a variable or function used in a program, or for a keyword in a
  programming language.

     Use '@code' for command names in languages that resemble programming
  languages, such as Texinfo.  For example, '@code' and '@samp' are
  produced by writing '@code{@@code}' and '@code{@@samp}' in the Texinfo
  source, respectively.



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