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Nightly diff shows no Portuguese hits

Hello @udomai

The nightly diff show no results for PT.

LanguageTool (open-source) Nightly Diff Overview 2021-06-09 22:45

This page lists the results of our automatic nightly testing against a
fixed Wikipedia and Tatoeba corpus with 110000 sentences per language.

Changes 2021-06-08 22:45 to 2021-06-09 22:45
Version: 5.4-SNAPSHOT (2021-06-09 18:41:20 +0000)
Latest Commit: Date: Wed Jun 9 19:01:54 2021 +0200
[1]Changed: en (39)
[2]Changed: de-DE (126)
Not changed: fr
Not changed: ru
[3]Changed: uk (28)
Not changed: ca
Not changed: pl
Not changed: pt-PT
Not changed: pt-BR
Not changed: gl
Not changed: es
Not changed: nl
Not changed: br
Not changed: eo

This is a text added to see if more text helps to get the email through
the spam checker. We send via Mailjet, but they block our mails, and I
was asked to add more text.

LanguageTool is a free and open-source grammar checker, and all its
features are available for download. LanguageTool website connects to a
commercial sister project LanguageTool Plus, which provides improved
error detection for English and German, as well as easier revision of
longer texts, following the commercial open-source model.

Total runtime: 2021-06-09 22:45 to 2021-06-09 23:57

References

  1. Comparing result_en.old to result_en.new
  2. Comparing result_de-DE.old to result_de-DE.new
  3. Comparing result_uk.old to result_uk.new

I am very confused since I no longer know if my last rule was tested or not.

Can you help?

Thanks!

Hi :slight_smile:

Are you looking at the correct link? Here are the results for yesterday and today.

https://internal1.languagetool.org/regression-tests/via-http/2021-06-10/pt-PT/index.html
https://internal1.languagetool.org/regression-tests/via-http/2021-06-09/pt-PT/index.html

I pasted what appeared in the e-mail received last night.

It has no mentions to PT.

Okay, that’s strange. The safest thing is to use the link above and manually change the date to the current day (normally, there should be something from approx. 4:30 CEST).