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Il 08/05/2019 07:57, Adriano Barbieri
via Groups.Io ha scritto:
Last Modified 07/05/2019 22:50
Here it is attached.
I have to leave this afternoon, I'll be back on Monday, I can
count on you? I don't have a portable PC.
Il 08/05/2019 00:39, Rémy Ruiz ha scritto:
If this is the name of the file, I already have it, it is the
first corrective, the second corrective carries the same date.
__init__.py; 186 294; 48 099; Python File; 07/05/2019 18:46;
Thanks for confirmation.
HiDoug Lee and all,
Thanks very much for your excellent explanation.
I do not use linux, I use Windows, but because the repository
where Weather_Plus is located does not use the Windows
convention for CRLF?
The Notepadplusplus is used for the elaboration of the
readme.md files and they are encoded in UTF-8, I think that
this is also used for the elaboration of the source files, if
I am not mistaken all the word processor use the CRLF
convention if you have Windows?
I think Zvonimir should use this convension and not the LF
convension used by Linux seems more logical to me.
What you think?
How to avoid this in the future I do not know?
Thank you for this passionate debate.
Doug Lee <nvda@...>
date mardi 07/05/2019 à 22:29
[nvda-addons] Important note for Weather_Plus6.0 translators
Linux and Windows create text files differently: In Linux,
lines end with a line-feed character, or LF. In Windows, lines
end with two characters: A carriage return, or CR, followed by
a line feed, LF. We commonly abbreviate these as LF and CRLF,
Zvonimir was saying that the project uses the LF convention
but your files use the CRLF convention. The result is that
comparing original files with your files will make it seem
like you changed every line in the files. This, of course, is
an accident; but it makes detecting actual code changes more
My best, with Google's help, at Spanish for the above:
Anglais en premier:
Linux et Windows créent des fichiers texte différemment: Sous
Linux, les lignes se terminent par un caractère de saut de
ligne, ou LF. Sous Windows, les lignes se terminent par deux
caractères: un retour à la ligne, ou CR, suivi d’un saut de
ligne, LF. Nous les abrégons couramment en LF et CRLF,
Zvonimir disait que le projet utilise la convention LF mais
que vos fichiers utilisent la convention CRLF. Le résultat est
que la comparaison des fichiers originaux avec vos fichiers
donne l'impression que vous avez changé chaque ligne des
fichiers. Ceci, bien sûr, est un accident; mais cela rend plus
difficile la détection des modifications de code réelles.
Mon meilleur, avec l'aide de Google, en espagnol pour ce qui
On Tue, May 07, 2019 at 09:36:37PM +0200, R??my Ruiz wrote:
A thousand apologies, I do not understand any of this I put
the files as they are in the addon, which is this I'm not a
programmer or anything like that, that's why I do not
understand what you mean, tell Noelia to explain me in Spanish
or Abdel in french, Thank you.
Le 07/05/2019 à 21:24, zvonimir stanečić, 9a5dsz a écrit :
The only thing is, that the project was conferted to the clrf.
I.e line endings.
These were in lf.
Oops! Please be careful next time...
I am fork this one and i made mi changes now after read this
git add .
git commit -m "my message"
git push origin master
All is fine with last sources corrected by Adriano.
Le 07/05/2019 à 23:55, Adriano
Barbieri via Groups.Io a écrit :
I have fixed 2 bugs recently.
download again, remove any Weather_Plus version and install
again Weather_Plus 6.0.
Let them know
Il 07/05/2019 22:46, Jarek.Krcmar
I have problem with the Weather plus.
I could start it, Windows has seen it not anyway.
So, I have uninstalled and installed Nvda and than Weather
But I can't set my town.
Where is a problem, please?
Could you help me?
Dne 07-05-2019 v 12:30 Adriano Barbieri via Groups.Io
Hi to every one,
Note for those who were using versions 5 of Weather_Plus
The list of cities you have is not compatible with this
new version, don't worry, Weather_Plus will allow you to
retrieve them via the settings window.
Changes in this version:
??? Weather Plus returns to using the Yahoo Weather API.
??? Virtually all the features of the previous version 4.8
are back and keeps the "Rename" button.
??? Now compatible also with Python 3.
??? NVDA compatibility: 2017.3 to 2019.1
Weather_Plus can update itself, however you can download
it from the following page:
Thanks in advance Noelia, Remy, Abdel, and Svonimir for
yoursgreat commitment to include Weather_Plus in the
automatic translation system and restoring the download
link on the international page.