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[Bug 1039305] Deutsch dictionaries: change decrementieren to dekrementieren
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  • Date: Mon, 22 May 2017 11:17:13 +0000
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http://bugzilla.suse.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1039305
http://bugzilla.suse.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1039305#c3

Leon Meier <Leon.Meier@xxxxxxxxx> changed:

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--- Comment #3 from Leon Meier <Leon.Meier@xxxxxxxxx> ---
Thank you.

I've just taken a look at about 10-20 old German dictionaries and glossaries,
dated 1995 or earlier, from a library. Most of them contained "dekrementieren"
with "k". None contained "decrementieren" with "c". A few contained none of the
two words. Only one of the glossaries (dated 1967) contained both "decrement"
and "Dekrement", the second entry being the main one.

Said that, I am absolutely convinced that the spelling with "k" is the main one
for the pre-1996 German and the only correct one for the post-1996 German. For
our purposes, this means that "c" should be replaced with "k" in ALL
dictionaries concerning the last 50 years.

I do agree that igerman98 probably doesn't have this bug, even in Leap 42.2:
# rpm -ql ispell-ngerman | egrep -ir "(decrementieren)|(dekrementieren)"
dicts/compeng-xx-de_all.txt:dekrementieren/IXYDO
dicts/informatik-xx-de_all.txt:Dekrementieren/SJ

If I see it right, the other packages are still buggy:

# rpm -qf /usr/lib/ispell/deutschlxg.hash
ispell-german-1.5-421.3.x86_64
# rpm -qf /usr/src/dicts/hk2-deutsch/compeng.txt
dicts-1.5-421.3.x86_64
# rpm -qf /usr/src/dicts/hk2-deutsch/deutsch.lxg
dicts-1.5-421.3.x86_64

Another, related bug is that these two packages don't advertise themselves as
containing old German spelling in their package descriptions (rather, I had to
go into the contents of the packages to find it out). If ispell-german indeed
concerns the pre-1996 spelling, then ispell-german should probably say so in
its description. Dicts should probably have a new post-1996-dictionary rather
than the old one anyway.

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