[Ubuntu-l10n-eng] nonnull=>non-null?

Malcolm malcolm.parsons at gmail.com
Tue Sep 5 09:51:58 BST 2006


On 9/4/06, Toby Smithe <toby.smithe at gmail.com> wrote:
> Whilst (hey, there I used it!) translating GCC 3.4, I came across
> "nonnull". I translated it as "non-null". Was that the correct decision?
> I will mark it for review.

nonnull is a string that gcc expects you to type into your program.

It's like a keyword.

Do not translate it.

-- 
Malcolm Parsons



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