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Re: @acronym, @abbr, @email in @node

From: Patrice Dumas
Subject: Re: @acronym, @abbr, @email in @node
Date: Sun, 8 Jul 2012 09:38:25 +0200
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.20 (2009-12-10)

On Fri, Jul 06, 2012 at 09:27:13PM +0000, Karl Berry wrote:
> Hi Patrice (hope all is ok there),
> Not <a name="ACRO-_0028nym_0029..."> as the above implies.  I think this
> behavior is good and we should just change the manual.  Do you agree?

I agree.

> Related, that same node in the manual says:
>   An @code{@@email} command is replaced by the @var{text} argument if
>   present, else the address.
> That does seem to be the case;
> @node @email{x@@y.com, X Y}
> yields
> <a name="X-Y"></a>
> But for identification purposes, it somehow would make more sense to me
> to use the address than the text label.  Not that I feel terribly
> strongly about it.  Wdyt?

Ok, I changed the code.  In fact, I can't see a reason to have an empty
address, so the rule could simply be to use the first argument, and then
it would be consistent with what is done for all the comands with braces
and more than one argument.

Do you agree?


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