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lib/strings.py: Fix a spelling error #940

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@rye

The past tense of the verb "verify" is "verified," not "verfied."

Oh, and I removed some extra whitespace, as well.

@rye rye lib/strings.py: Fix a spelling error
The past tense of the verb "verify" is "verified," not "verfied."
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@chromakode

Merged in 1090350, thanks! In the future, please be mindful of extraneous whitespace changes in the patch.

Do you have a reddit username (for open sourcerer trophy purposes)?

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@rye

Yes, my username is (perhaps you guessed it) four04.

@chromakode

Done. Thanks again! :)

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Commits on Dec 30, 2013
  1. @rye

    lib/strings.py: Fix a spelling error

    rye authored
    The past tense of the verb "verify" is "verified," not "verfied."
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@@ -47,7 +47,7 @@
banned_by = "removed by %s",
banned = "removed",
reports = "reports: %d",
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+
submitting = _("submitting..."),
# this accomodates asian languages which don't use spaces
@@ -124,7 +124,7 @@
compact_suggest = _("Looks like you're browsing on a small screen. Would you like to try [reddit's mobile interface](%(url)s)?"),
verify_email = _("we're going to need to verify your email address for you to proceed."),
verify_email_submit = _("you'll be able to submit more frequently once you verify your email address"),
- email_verified = _("your email address has been verfied"),
+ email_verified = _("your email address has been verified"),
email_verify_failed = _("Verification failed. Please try that again"),
search_failed = _("Our search machines are under too much load to handle your request right now. :( Sorry for the inconvenience. Try again in a little bit -- but please don't mash reload; that only makes the problem worse."),
invalid_search_query = _("I couldn't understand your query, so I simplified it and searched for \"%(clean_query)s\" instead."),
@@ -211,7 +211,7 @@ def __getattr__(self, attr):
return StringHandler(**rval)
else:
raise AttributeError
-
+
def __iter__(self):
return iter(self.string_dict)
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