Re: string removal in yelp
- From: Adam Weinberger <adamw gnome org>
- To: Shaun McCance <shaunm gnome org>
- Cc: gnome-i18n gnome org
- Subject: Re: string removal in yelp
- Date: Fri, 21 Jan 2005 17:02:45 -0500
Shaun McCance wrote:
This horrible string is gone from line 228 of yelp-xslt-pager.c:
"The document ʽ%sʼcould not be processed. The file "
"ʽ%sʼ is either missing or is not a valid XSLT "
Instead, it says
"The document ʽ%sʼ could not be processed. The file "
"ʽ%sʼ is either missing, or it is not a valid XSLT "
But that string already exists on line 215, so this is effectively
just a string removal.
Unless I'm missing something, all this change does is take a
grammatically correct sentence and insert a superfluous comma.
In the original string, it was clear that the second %s might not be a
valid XSLT stylesheet. In the new string, it's not clear which file
could be an invalid stylesheet.
adamw magnesium net || adamw FreeBSD org
adamw vectors cx || adamw gnome org
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