Commit ce87d642 authored by Matthias Clasen's avatar Matthias Clasen

Don't use the quote tag

It was only used in two places, and we can easily do without.
parent 2f26bad0
......@@ -6507,7 +6507,7 @@ subtree_message_func (GDBusConnection *connection,
* @user_data_free_func: function to call when the subtree is unregistered
* @error: return location for error or %NULL
*
* Registers a whole subtree of <quote>dynamic</quote> objects.
* Registers a whole subtree of dynamic objects.
*
* The @enumerate and @introspection functions in @vtable are used to
* convey, to remote callers, what nodes exist in the subtree rooted
......@@ -6533,9 +6533,8 @@ subtree_message_func (GDBusConnection *connection,
* g_dbus_connection_register_object()) in a subtree registered with
* g_dbus_connection_register_subtree() - if so, the subtree handler
* is tried as the last resort. One way to think about a subtree
* handler is to consider it a <quote>fallback handler</quote>
* for object paths not registered via g_dbus_connection_register_object()
* or other bindings.
* handler is to consider it a fallback handler for object paths not
* registered via g_dbus_connection_register_object() or other bindings.
*
* Note that @vtable will be copied so you cannot change it after
* registration.
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......@@ -108,11 +108,11 @@
*
* - setenv() and unsetenv() manipulate the process environment in
* a not thread-safe way, and may interfere with getenv() calls
* in other threads. Note that getenv() calls may be
* <quote>hidden</quote> behind other APIs. For example, GNU gettext()
* calls getenv() under the covers. In general, it is best to treat
* the environment as readonly. If you absolutely have to modify the
* environment, do it early in main(), when no other threads are around yet.
* in other threads. Note that getenv() calls may be hidden behind
* other APIs. For example, GNU gettext() calls getenv() under the
* covers. In general, it is best to treat the environment as readonly.
* If you absolutely have to modify the environment, do it early in
* main(), when no other threads are around yet.
*
* - setlocale() changes the locale for the entire process, affecting
* all threads. Temporary changes to the locale are often made to
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