Europe 1901: city name typos
Noticed in passing some typo'd city names in the Europe 1901 scenario. (I think these are just typos, rather than valid alternate spellings / orthography.)There are probably more, these are just ones I happen to recognise.
- Canterburry -> Canterbury
- Edingburgh -> Edinburgh
- Northhampton and Leicester -> Northampton ...
- Avigon -> Avignon
- covilha -> Covilha or Covilhã (initial letter lowercase)
- Valladoid -> Valladolid, probably
(I think there's also plenty of scope for adding diacritics, but I'm not going to attempt that.)
If updated in git, could also push a fixed version to modpack.freeciv.org for 2.5.
#1 Updated by Ferdinand Steinkrüger 7 months ago
The version "Europe 1901" is outdated. I updated the whole scenario signifacantly in the summer of 2016.
Here you can find the list of changes: http://forum.freeciv.org/f/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=1994
Your changes are legitimate but should be included in the newer version.
All my scenarios can be found here: http://forum.freeciv.org/f/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=809
Although I regulary update the page I sometimes retain a newer version because we might play it at longturn and I dont want the changes to be public for gaming reasons but you can always ask me for the newest version.
I mentioned the wrong version in this ticket: [[http://www.hostedredmine.com/issues/697660]]
#4 Updated by Jacob Nevins 3 months ago
- File trunk-30-26-europe-1900-typos.patch trunk-30-26-europe-1900-typos.patch added
- Status changed from New to Resolved
- Assignee set to Jacob Nevins
- Target version changed from 2.6.0 to 2.6.0-beta2
Patch fixes the already-mentioned typos in the new Europe 1900 scenario (leaving Europe 1901 alone).
I haven't gone out of my way looking for others.
Canterburry -> Canterbury
Edingburgh -> Edinburgh
Northhampton and Leicester -> Northampton ...
Valladoid -> Valladolid, probably
Taemmerfors -> Tammerfors
Also fixed (taking Marko's word for it).
Avigon -> Avignon
covilha -> Covilha or Covilhã (initial letter lowercase)
No longer in scenario, as far as I can tell.