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Re: [Pspp-commits] [SCM] GNU PSPP branch, master, updated. v0.6.1-1748-g
Re: [Pspp-commits] [SCM] GNU PSPP branch, master, updated. v0.6.1-1748-gc8fba7c
Mon, 25 Oct 2010 21:50:29 -0700
Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/23.2 (gnu/linux)
John Darrington <address@hidden> writes:
> On Sun, Oct 17, 2010 at 08:04:29PM -0700, Ben Pfaff wrote:
> John Darrington <address@hidden> writes:
> > commit 01b970b8972e4e457b1d8e3f5af350c325152942
> > Author: John Darrington <address@hidden>
> > Date: Sun Oct 17 22:12:48 2010 +0200
> > Fix typos in printed strings
> @@ -188,11 +188,11 @@ read_inline_record (struct dfm_reader *r)
> if (!lex_get_line_raw (r->lexer))
> lex_discard_line (r->lexer);
> msg (SE, _("Unexpected end-of-file while reading data in BEGIN "
> "DATA. This probably indicates "
> - "a missing or misformatted END DATA command. "
> + "a missing or miss-formatted END DATA command. "
> "END DATA must appear by itself on a single line "
> "with exactly one space between words."));
> return false;
> Was this what you intended to do? I would understand mis- as a
> prefix, but I've never seen miss- as a prefix.
> Perhaps you're right. I just used msggrep and ispell to identify mis[s]spelt
> words. It rejected the former, but not the latter. Perhaps i naively relied
> upon this method, and confused myself since the correct German prefix is spelt
> "miss". Feel free to revert.
I changed this to "a missing or incorrectly formatted END DATA
command." I guess that is better than "misformatted" or
"miss-formatted", since it should appear in every dictionary.