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On 2013-09-03 15:19, Sérgio Marques wrote:Case in point. Thanks. You proved my point.
> I assume this is already the case. If the original string has a
> dot, the translated should also carry that (or something else if
> your language uses it different...)
> Could be. But look at this one.
You addressed ALL strings. Both with and without dots. That's a very
> "Failed to parse '%-.*s', which should have been a digit inside a
> character reference (ê for example) - perhaps the digit is too
> I think that this one deserves an ending dot. Maybe I´m wrong.
hard thing to do. The above might be an oversight and those are more
I just wanted to highlight the possible thought that strings with dots
where supposed to have them and strings without might be supposed to
not have them.
If that was not the case we would be in trouble and the above bug
report would not even be possible to file.
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