• Daniel Kahn Gillmor's avatar
    More cleanup of "allow to". · dc107b78
    Daniel Kahn Gillmor authored
    * README, agent/command.c, agent/keyformat.txt, common/i18n.c,
      common/iobuf.c, common/keyserver.h, dirmngr/cdblib.c,
      dirmngr/ldap-wrapper.c, doc/DETAILS, doc/TRANSLATE,
      doc/announce-2.1.txt, doc/gpg.texi, doc/gpgsm.texi,
      doc/scdaemon.texi, doc/tools.texi, doc/whats-new-in-2.1.txt,
      g10/export.c, g10/getkey.c, g10/import.c, g10/keyedit.c, m4/ksba.m4,
      m4/libgcrypt.m4, m4/ntbtls.m4, po/ca.po, po/cs.po, po/da.po,
      po/de.po, po/el.po, po/eo.po, po/es.po, po/et.po, po/fi.po,
      po/fr.po, po/gl.po, po/hu.po, po/id.po, po/it.po, po/ja.po,
      po/nb.po, po/pl.po, po/pt.po, po/ro.po, po/ru.po, po/sk.po,
      po/sv.po, po/tr.po, po/uk.po, po/zh_CN.po, po/zh_TW.po,
      scd/app-p15.c, scd/ccid-driver.c, scd/command.c, sm/gpgsm.c,
      sm/sign.c, tools/gpgconf-comp.c, tools/gpgtar.h: replace "Allow to"
      with clearer text.
    In standard English, the normal construction is "${XXX} allows ${YYY}
    to" -- that is, the subject (${XXX}) of the sentence is allowing the
    object (${YYY}) to do something.  When the object is missing, the
    phrasing sounds awkward, even if the object is implied by context.
    There's almost always a better construction that isn't as awkward.
    These changes should make the language a bit clearer.
    Signed-off-by: Daniel Kahn Gillmor's avatarDaniel Kahn Gillmor <dkg@fifthhorseman.net>
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