Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 230102
oocalc2-2.0.4-5.6.0.* displays warning messages when entering values to the oocalc2 cells by encoding lt_LT
Last modified: 2007-11-16 20:14:55 EST
Description of problem:
After setting the locale to one of the following "lt_LT", "lt_LT.iso885913",
"sk_SK.utf8" and starting "/usr/bin/oocalc2" and entering some value
in some "oocalc2" cell, in standard output there can be seen warning message
warning - incompatible stripping characters and condition:
SFX D ar rar . . .
This message also appears after following running of these binaries
from the ooffice.org2 suite: ooviewdoc2, openoffice.org-2.0, oodraw2,
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. export LANG=$i where i is one of the encodings mentioned above (f.example:
2. run oocalc2
3. enter some values to some cell in the oocalc2
After entering value do each cell you will see warnings like above.
No warnings are displayed.
This issue is related with testing packages listed in RHEA-2007:9031 advisory.
sounds unusual, does e.g. gedit suffer from the same behaviour if started in the
same way ?
Ah, it's the spellchecker warning about a possible problem in the dictionaries
for those languages.
That's ok, spellchecker works in those locales. It's a bit unsightly, but that
ugliness is resolved with the change to a standalone hunspell and updated and
independent hunspell dictionaries in the current devel. Don't think we need to
fix this for now.
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