[Ubuntu-l10n-eng] setup/set-up, plugin/plug-in and login/log-in

Dan Bishop dan at viciouslime.co.uk
Fri Sep 1 10:10:58 BST 2006

> Just to throw another spanner in the works, let us examine a few different 
> forms of the phrase/word, "log in"/"login":
> * logged in - "I am logged into the machine."
> * logs in - "He logs into the machine"
> * logging in - "I am logging into the machine."
> In these examples, there is no way to use "login" as a single word. The "log" 
> is separated from the "in". Therefore, treating "login" as a discrete and 
> single word creates inconsistencies with the other forms.

Good point, you've got me convinced.

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Dan Bishop
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