On Sun, Oct 29, 2000 at 01:58:32AM +0200, Denis Barbier wrote:
> > > > > Why do the slices in <bfcvsroot> "leak" to all translations? I see both
> > > > > "userid" (English) and "användar-id" (Swedish) in the .sv.html version
> > > > > of the pages in doc/
> > > >
> > > > Hrm, it's like that in English, too... :( Denis, is this a bug in slice?
> > >
> > > I do not see what you are talking about, please give me an URL or
> > > commands to retrieve a specific cvs module.
> > It's on http://www.debian.org/doc/admin-manuals for example.
> > The code is at :pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvs/webwml
> > webwml/english/doc/
> This is not a bug. Input looks like
> [EN: some text [EN:userid:][SV:användar-id:]:]
> So when requesting UNDEFuEN, slice writes
> some text useridanvändar-id
> which is right. In fact, you want to show UNDEFuEN\SV.
> I think that the slice documentation is quite clear about nested slices.
This behaviour is so unintuitive. Can you please fix it to do what would be
> The WML module wml::std::lang knows how to deal with nested languages,
> but since you do not use it, the simplest solution is to forbid nested
> language slices (and so do not define <bfcvsroot>, but put its text into
Which ruins my initial idea. <sigh>
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