Signalize no punctuation
|User & Date:||olr on 2019-01-21 09:33:01|
It’s doable, but it can’t be done in many cases without false positives. In the French language, we don’t add a dot at the end of a sentence if it’s a title. And as there is no way for Grammalecte to know if the text is a title, we can only guess an ending punctuation is missing when there is another sentence before the last sentence in a paragraph. With “C’est le matin. Pierre mange du pain”, we can assume it’s not a title. With “Pierre mange du pain”, we don’t know if it’s a title.
- login: "olr"
- mimetype: "text/x-fossil-plain"
- priority changed to: "Immediate"
- resolution changed to: "Open"
- subsystem changed to: "FR_Rules"