I've added message documentation based on a guess, it needs confirmation, and the word "likely" removed.
They seem to be using trac on sourceforge. Sourceforge has deleted all user passwords after a cracking attempt. I have spent over an hour to figure things out, find bugs in the procedure to recover new passwords, and so on, finally got one, but even when logged in, I cannot access trac for writing: TICKET_CREATE privileges are required to perform this operation
I am giving up.
If someone else has better access to NOCC, please forward a link to this thread (
Also, there is another bug to report: http://nocc.sourceforge.net/screenshots/?lang=ksh This page has garbled texts underneath 3 of the 5 images. Thank you.
Unsurprisingly it breaks if you add html to places where it is not supported.
Escaping these messages wouldn't hurt. I can imagine some translator using "-marks here.
NOCC Developers should find a way to fix this. There are places where you cannot do without correct language tagging (which I believe might be the cause of trouble here) and when you reuse a message (which seem to be done here) you must take care to keep markup in place where it has to appear, and strip it, where it must be not (inside html attribute values for instance) - after all, either is easy ;-)
There is currently exactly one NOCC developer. The website is also in the subversion repo. If you really, really care, please have a look at the code and submit a patch. I'm certain he will apply it.
Is this language tagging really needed and which benefits has it for the user?