While making a patch explaining "logic errors" better , I noticed an inconsistency -- there were two very similar pieces of text, one of which used `Cell` (unlinked) and one which used [`Cell`] (linked). Interested in this, I decided to write a (horrible) script to see which terms used references and which don't.
`true` is used linked 36 times and unlinked 210 times. `false` on the other hand is linked 8 times and unlinked 86 times. `Err` is also used about half-and-half linked and unlinked.
Often unlinked uses are inside the documentation for that type, for example, most (but not all) links to Box in the Box documentation aren't links.
In the long term it might be nice to have some kind of automatic linter which could detect inconsistencies like this, but for now, is there a general style guide for the library docs which talk about when and what to link?