Re: [PATCH v3 1/2] docs: add a document about regression handling

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On 1/26/22 06:10, Thorsten Leemhuis wrote:
>>> +The important bits for people affected by regressions
>>> +=====================================================
>>> +
>>> +It's a regression if something running fine with one Linux kernel works worse or
>>> +not at all with a newer version. Note, the newer kernel has to be compiled using
>>> +a similar configuration -- for this and other fine print, check out below
>>> +section "What is a 'regression' and what is the 'no regressions rule'?".
>> Can we be consistent with either single or double quotes?  I'd suggest
>> "double quotes" but won't make a fuss about that.
> Changed to "double quotes" everywhere in the text. But just to make sure
> I get things right: in this particular case this will result in
> ...section "What is a "regression" and what is the "no regressions rule"?".
> This looks a bit strange to me. Something in me really would like to
> quote the section's header in single quotes, but I guess grammar rules
> do not allow that, so whatever. :-D

I think that it was correct with the mixed quotes. Using all double
quotes here is confusing.


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