[PATCH] po: Remove bad characters (C2 & A0) from french translations.
mstefani at redhat.com
Tue Mar 13 04:26:24 CDT 2012
On 03/13/2012 12:42 AM, Christian Costa wrote:
> Le 12/03/2012 20:32, Christian Costa a écrit :
>> Le 12/03/2012 21:02, Nikolay Sivov a écrit :
>>> On 3/12/2012 21:52, Christian Costa wrote:
>>>> They are displayed as a single space in a text editor but visible
>>>> with an hex editor.
>>> I guess this is a non-breakable space.
>> I don't know. Anyway it produces garbage for what the string is used
>> for so the patch still applies.
>> I will resend the patch with a description that reflects that.
> BTW, is there an editor that shows them ? gvim doesn't.
I see them as normal space in vim but searching for a normal space
doesn't highlight them. You can use the "highlight" and "match" command
to show them in a different color.
> Non-breakable space are only present in french translations. Between a
> name and a ':'.
> This is not nicer to me. I wondering if that would not be better to
> remove them all...
It doesn't matter if you consider them nicer or not. If they are
required by the rules of the language then they will stay.
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