Patchwork [03,of,14,evolve-ext] docs: change `troubles` references to `instability`

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Submitter Matt Harbison
Date April 28, 2019, 4:28 a.m.
Message ID <1ab1ab1dd0aa4c50b762.1556425730@Envy>
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Matt Harbison - April 28, 2019, 4:28 a.m.
# HG changeset patch
# User Matt Harbison <>
# Date 1556408562 14400
#      Sat Apr 27 19:42:42 2019 -0400
# Node ID 1ab1ab1dd0aa4c50b762ce2899afb7896a3f69ad
# Parent  767ceb991c52b2002accdd72c345d6577ae15f63
docs: change `troubles` references to `instability`

Per  There are a couple
instances of 'troublesome' which probably need a word, as deriviatives of
'instability' didn't really fit.  At least some of these are in the unlinked
obs-terms.rst page.


diff --git a/docs/evolve-faq.rst b/docs/evolve-faq.rst
--- a/docs/evolve-faq.rst
+++ b/docs/evolve-faq.rst
@@ -140,8 +140,8 @@ 
 .. warning:: Beware that rebasing changesets already obsolete will likely result in
              divergent versions of the changesets.
-Resolve history troubles: ``evolve``
+Resolve history instability: ``evolve``
 When you rewrite (amend) a changeset with children without rewriting
 those children you create *unstable* changesets and *suspended
diff --git a/docs/sharing.rst b/docs/sharing.rst
--- a/docs/sharing.rst
+++ b/docs/sharing.rst
@@ -512,7 +512,7 @@ 
 the most common type of troubled changeset. (Recall that a
 non-obsolete changeset with obsolete ancestors is an orphan.)
-Two other types of troubles can happen: *divergent* and
+Two other types of instability can happen: *divergent* and
 *bumped* changesets. Both are more likely with shared mutable
 history, especially mutable history shared by multiple developers.
diff --git a/docs/tutorial/ b/docs/tutorial/
--- a/docs/tutorial/
+++ b/docs/tutorial/
@@ -1130,9 +1130,9 @@ 
 À deux:
-- troubles, divergence, orphan
-- troubles visualization
-- troubles resolution
+- instability, divergence, orphan
+- instability visualization
+- instability resolution
 - collaboration workflow
 Parler du happy path d'abord -->
@@ -2025,7 +2025,7 @@ 
-## Troubles
+## Instability
 #### Evolution
@@ -2041,7 +2041,7 @@ 
 #### instability
-(currently: *troubles*)
+(currently: *instability*)
 * **Orphans:** ancestors were rewritten
@@ -2091,7 +2091,7 @@ 
 <img src="">
-## extra - Troubles
+## extra - Instability
 #### Obsolete
diff --git a/docs/tutorial/test-training.t b/docs/tutorial/test-training.t
--- a/docs/tutorial/test-training.t
+++ b/docs/tutorial/test-training.t
@@ -2550,7 +2550,7 @@ 
       	19 -> 20	 [penwidth=2.0];
-Basic troubles + stabilization
+Basic instability + stabilization
   $ cp -R $TESTTMP/evolve_training_repo $TESTDIR/base-repos/edit-mid-stack/
diff --git a/docs/user-guide.rst b/docs/user-guide.rst
--- a/docs/user-guide.rst
+++ b/docs/user-guide.rst
@@ -352,10 +352,10 @@ 
 scenarios. All of these scenarios will involve *unstable* changesets,
 which is an unavoidable consequence of obsolescence. What really sets
 ``evolve`` apart from other history modification mechanisms is the
-fact that it recognizes troubles like unstable changesets and provides
+fact that it recognizes instability like unstable changesets and provides
 a consistent way for you to get back to a stable repository.
-(Incidentally, there are two other types of troubles that changesets
+(Incidentally, there are two other types of instability that changesets
 can get into with ``evolve``: they may be *divergent* or
 *bumped*. Both of those states are more likely to occur when
 `sharing mutable history`_, so we won't cover them in this user guide.)