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SubjectRe: PATCH, RFC: 2.6 Documentation/Codingstyle
On Thu, Feb 12, 2004 at 03:20:03PM -0800, Tim Bird wrote:
> Michael Frank wrote:
> >+Usage of the apostrophe <'> in kernel messages is deprecated
> >+
> >+Mis-spellings allowed in kernel messages are:
> >+
> >+ dont, cant
>
> I know some people prefer this, but is it really necessary?
> It makes kernel programmers look illiterate.

Really - why is this backwards. Why deprecate ' and encourage bad
punctuation?
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