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Author pitrou
Recipients barry, ezio.melotti, georg.brandl, pitrou, steven.daprano, vajrasky
Date 2013-08-02.17:40:43
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> Bike-shedding here... why "(...)"? Is it common to use round brackets
> for this purpose? In English-speaking countries, it is usual to use
> square brackets for editorial comments, including ellipsis "[...]".

Ah, really? French uses "[...]" but I thought English-speaking people,
being different, used "(...)". So I'll change it.

> Either way, if you wanted to be more Unicode aware, you could save two
> characters by using \N{HORIZONTAL ELLIPSIS} "(…)" as the default.

I'd rather stay on the ASCII side of things here.
(also, the ellipsis character doesn't often look nice)
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