Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 157007
jpilot typo in character set names: "Estern Europe" should be "Eastern Europe"
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:05 EST
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Description of problem:
There is a typo in two of the character set names supported by jpilot:
"UTF: Latin 2, Estern Europe (CP1250)"
"UTF: Latin 2, Estern Europe (ISO8859-2)"
The typo is that "Estern" should be spelled "Eastern".
These strings are located in prefs.c.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Run jpilot
2. Select "File - Preferences" in the menu bar.
This pops up a "J-Pilot Preferences" dialog box.
3. Open the "Character Set" drop-list.
Actual Results: The two options that refer to Eastern European character sets have typos. They are presented as:
UTF: Latin 2, Estern Europe (CP1250)
UTF: Latin 2, Estern Europe (ISO8859-2)
Expected Results: The two options that refer to Eastern European character sets are presented as:
UTF: Latin 2, Eastern Europe (CP1250)
UTF: Latin 2, Eastern Europe (ISO8859-2)
This should have a severity of "trivial" or "translation", but those are not options in the "guided bug report" form.
Created attachment 114073 [details]
Proposed patch to fix typos
This typo is fixed in jpilot-0.99.8-pre8.5.
Thank you for your notice.