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[TSVN] Re: Re: Re: Some work for the doc writers

From: Simon Large <slarge_at_blazepoint.co.uk>
Date: 2004-09-29 17:50:03 CEST

Dammit!!! OE6 will not indent the text where there is a Lübbe in the first
line. They must know something about you ;-) Hand-edited indents follow.
Grrr.

"Lübbe Onken" wrote

> So let's ditch the language (independent) stuff.

Agreed

> Use something unobtrusive for up to date and some eye-catching
> character for out of date. "Missing" (in another language) and
> "out of date" are basically the same.

Agreed

> Hopefully my tabs align with yours :-)

You are joking? tabs *never* line up. I don't think they even exist in OE6
:-(

But seriously, I gave up using tabs in my own source a few years ago because
they cause so many problems. Leading tabs are OK, but tabs in the middle of
a line are a disaster. That's why my editor is set to expand the tab key to
spaces (except when working on TSVN code).

One way round that is to put the status codes first and the file name after.
EN DE Screenshot name
- - AddedIcon.png
# # BlameDialog.png
# - Commit.png
- # CommitContextMenu.png

I was about to say that you still need the = to indicate German is identical
to English, but that will never happen except for pure graphics, which we
have already dropped.

Simon

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