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Thu May 12 23:40:22 EDT 2005
On 12/05/05, Samuel Bronson <naesten at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 12/05/05, Malcolm Wallace <Malcolm.Wallace at cs.york.ac.uk> wrote:
> > At a tangent to what Krasimir said:
> > > The only visible change that is required is to
> > > replace hs-source-dir field to hs-source-dirs where the latter will
> > > accept a list of directories. The parser can still accept
> > > hs-source-dir for backward compatibility.
> > I was thinking yesterday about whether it would be possible
> > to extend Cabal's parser to allow different spellings for the
> > individual field names in the .cabal file? Krasimir's example of
> > backward-compatibility is one use-case. For myself, I was wondering
> > about internationalisation, e.g. "license" is spelled "licence"
> > in English, "author" is spelled "auteur" in French, etc.
> Which language is it spelled "license" in? Anyway, even in English
> there are a lot of differences between the US and the UK.
The Oxford English Dictionary and Merriam-Webster each give both
spellings: "license" and "licence".
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