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RE: Re: Re: Spellchecking of manuals

From: Lübbe Onken <l.onken_at_rac.de>
Date: 2007-07-17 08:56:02 CEST

Hi Simon Large,

You wrote:
> OK, changed again in the last few revs. I stripped out all the
> condition="pot" attributes that I added previously. I then put a load
> of items in <option> tags and excluded <option> from the checking.
> This does 2 things:
> 1. Reduces the spellcheck output :)
> 2. Notifies the translators that this is something that should not be
> translated because it is a program option (or variable/property name).

Thanks for all your work Simon!
> The last problem area is the server_apache.xml file, which has a load
> of stuff that should be neither translated nor spellchecked, and I
> haven't worked out the best way to handle those yet.

Difficult yes. Entire tags can be excluded from both using condition="pot" but "in-phrase-tags" can't
> Sadly, due to the aspell bug that Stan found, the checking misses a
> lot anyway, so if anyone can build aspell 0.60 for Windows that would
> be great.

I tried building under cygwin but failed. I didn't even attempt to build with VC.

- Lübbe

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