plint

French poetry validator
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commit c5648a413e45a05fbd341d03bd6c2e93e4353860
parent 31c88f2c843db2d56cdf8331e478dee3c10761b9
Author: Antoine Amarilli <a3nm@a3nm.net>
Date:   Sun, 10 Aug 2014 23:57:08 +0200

fix indentation and typo

Thanks: Gilles Esposito-Farèse

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views/about.html | 8++++----
1 file changed, 4 insertions(+), 4 deletions(-)

diff --git a/views/about.html b/views/about.html @@ -240,7 +240,7 @@ programmes), mais aussi pour l'homophonie avec "plainte".</p> <p>Oui, des logs peuvent être conservés, afin de pouvoir identifier, quand le programme plante, pourquoi le poème d'entrée l'a fait planter. Je conserve donc -des informations sur les requêtes entrantes (poème, adresse IP). Ausis, ne +des informations sur les requêtes entrantes (poème, adresse IP). Aussi, ne soumettez pas de données confidentielles ou personnelles ; récupérez le <a href="http://gitorious.org/plint">code source</a> et faites tourner plint localement pour de tels usages.</p> @@ -341,9 +341,9 @@ words derived from one another, such as <em>justice</em> and <em>injustice</em>, but this is not checked by plint for lack of adequate data. More importantly, plint will not check if the words you use exist in French, or are correctly spelt, and if your poem makes any sense, does not contain spelling mistakes or - has any poetic value; it only enforces formal constraints. For instance, - <q>Tatata tatati tatati tatata</q> is recognized as a perfectly correct - classical alexandrine.</p> +has any poetic value; it only enforces formal constraints. For instance, +<q>Tatata tatati tatati tatata</q> is recognized as a perfectly correct +classical alexandrine.</p> <h2 id="template">How can I define my own templates?</h2>