------ List: Swedish GNU/LI List Sender: François Pinard <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Re: GNU-sv PO m4-1.4.3 Date: Sun, 19 May 1996 09:32:04 -0400 ------ Hello, Göran. I was impressed to see how hardly you wanted national characters in your name (to the left of the @), and I think your effort conveys an interesting set of experiences. But I was surprised to see that you now want national characters in your domain (to the right of the @): Date: Sun, 19 May 1996 12:28:53 +0200 (MET) From: "Göran Uddeborg" <email@example.comöran> I suspect that some misrewriting happened somewhere. But, if I am wrong, tell me, and I'll better participate in your tries. :-) > Once the entry translation is satisfying, you might prefer unfuzzying > it. Since this subject is brought up, how do I remove `#, fuzzy' from within PO mode? I can't just edit the comment, because that leaves out the `#,' part (as well as other special comments like `#:'.) I have removed these outside of PO mode, but it feels that there should be a way to do it from inside. That might depend a little of which version of PO mode you are using. There has been some fuzziness in the `fuzzy' treatment (:-). We now settled for `#,' (and not `#!'), followed by a comma-separated list of attributes, `fuzzy' being only one of the possibilities. I keep the latest version of PO mode available as ftp://alpha.gnu.ai.mit/gnu/po/po-mode.el, and it gets integrated, of course, in GNU gettext releases when they happen. In my version here, TAB is used for unfuzzing the current entry. The `E'/`C-c C-c' pair may be use for editing the full PO file from within PO mode, yet I would not encourage such habit. Fuzzifying an entry automatically on edit is a user settable option, but I begin to believe it is abusive for many that this option is on by default. My intent is now to leave it off by default on subsequent releases of po-mode.el. Users wanting automatic fuzzification on edit should turn the option on themselves from their `.emacs' file. -- François Pinard ``Vivement GNU!'' firstname.lastname@example.org Support Programming Freedom, join our League! Ask email@example.com for info!
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