Re: [gnome-cy] Library?

On Thu, 20 Mar 2003, Telsa Gwynne wrote:

> On Thu, Mar 20, 2003 at 03:08:29PM +0000 or thereabouts, Chris M. Jackson wrote:
> > I don't have the glossary to hand (it's hiding on my HD at home again),
> > but what do we have for "library" in programming terms?  I thought I'd
> > glanced at "rhaglengell" by analogy with other *gell-like words.
> Yes.
> $ grep -C2 Library cy.po-20030317
> #. "In programming, a collection of routines stored in a file. "
> msgid "Library"
> msgstr "Rhaglengell" # by analogy wth Llyfrgell - llyfr = book
> $

Hmm... Kevin's Omnivore is full of "llyfrgell", which may imply that many
of G/100s files are already using this word.  Full story at 10.

On a side note, while working on gnome_applets, I see "mist" and "fog".
In English, these have clear definitions (IIRC, fog is low cloud with
visibility below 1km, mist is low cloud with visibility at 1km or
further).  However, in Welsh, we have only one word for the two.  Niwl.
Even worse is that gnome_applets have separate entries for
{light,moderate,heavy}\ {mist,fog};  Even worse is that it appears I
have started talking in Bourne ;-P

|/  Chris M. Jackson
C>  Be seeing you!

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