2017-12-14 17:38:35 UTC
> ng0 <***@n0.is> skribis:
> > From cf2cbe9e9e525aa9dd697fcedb255a0fbc194ac9 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001
> > From: ng0 <***@n0.is>
> > Date: Thu, 14 Dec 2017 13:22:58 +0000
> > Subject: [PATCH] s-shell: Update to commit
> > da2e5c20c0c5f477ec3426dc2584889a789b1659.
> > * gnu/packages/shells.scm (s-shell): Update to commit da2e5c20c0c5f477ec3426dc2584889a789b1659.
> > (version): Use 'git-version'.
> I adjusted the commit log and pushed.
Why is it [version]? Shouldn't it be (version)?
Even though [version] now makes sense, I've seen
mostly  when it followed a () - and that's why
I've been using () and never(?)  on its own.
I haven't read HACKING or the chapter 'Contributing' in a while,
so you might be describing something that's already in there. If
it isn't, does it matter to agree on a fixed grammar for this?
I've come to appreciate the strong QA and checks, but what matters
is the content of the brackets, not the chosen form of brackets.
For () it makes sense.