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Re: Proposal to change default spelling behavior: honor language setting or provide a separate setting

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 23 Jun 2009 21:12:03 +0200

Helder Magalhães wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> (I've already bumped at this several times in previous TortoiseSVN
> releases, but only now decided to dig down a bit and didn't found
> anything relevant related -- in the mailing list archive nor in the
> bug tracker -- so here goes...)
> I've installed TortoiseSVN version 1.6.3, followed by the Portuguese
> (pt_PT) language pack. Currently, this meant that my commit messages
> spelling started to be in Portuguese, which was not what I primarily
> intended: what I intended was the ability to use both English and
> Portuguese for spelling checks, depending on the project and/or
> default language setting.

Here you're saying that when the UI is set to Portuguese, the spell
checker also uses Portuguese.

> I'm aware of the ability to set "tsvn:projectlanguage", which should
> naturally be used whenever specified. The proposal is that, whenever
> that keyword isn't set in a given repository, the local language
> setting [1] would be used by default. Another possibility would be
> providing a separate setting for this purpose. How do others feel
> about this?

But here you're claiming that this is not the case and English is still

The first one is the behavior that TSVN should do.


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