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Author Patrick Lehmann
Recipients Patrick Lehmann, docs@python, lukasz.langa, r.david.murray, terry.reedy
Date 2016-11-19.03:30:47
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I used this regexp on all files:
match pattern: `([A-Za-z0-9_]+)'
replace pattern ``\1``
I assumed that only identifiers where quoted in such way. I think my editor found around 139 matches in the whole CPython repository.

I found some of these markup in non docstring strings, which I reverted as far as I found them by manually reviewing all changed files.

For a colored diff, see my Git branch:
There is also a PR-, commit-, and line-based comment feature box GitHub.

How you solve it is up to you, but I would like to get rid of hundreds of warnings in my Sphinx runs, when modules are inherting code (and docstrings) from Python.

Kind regards
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