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Is this some kind of joke ?

#1
Shocked 
Good day!
Please explain to me what "Miss Daisy" is, what do you allow it doesn't seem like the best practice in your job.
It was as follows:
I started translating the messages from English into Russian and saw the following:

PHP Code:
return [
    'noDriverRequested' => 'No driver requested; Miss Daisy will be so upset!',
    ... 
What's that supposed to mean ?
P.S: This is in the English version file: Encryption.php on line 17.
I would change this world, but God doesn't give me the source.
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#2
It's just an off the wall saying, if you look at the CI source code you
will find all kinds of saying's like that in it.

Joke yes.
What did you Try? What did you Get? What did you Expect?

Joined CodeIgniter Community 2009.  ( Skype: insitfx )
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#3
(09-07-2019, 04:10 AM)InsiteFX Wrote: It's just an off the wall saying, if you look at the CI source code you
will find all kinds of saying's like that in it.

Joke yes.

Sorry InsiteFX, but creating web app is not a game.
Imagine I am showing a new project to the director and Daisy is appearing on the screen ...

I've created an ORM for CI and the code is here
Can you see Daisy, Minnie or Mickey ?

Have a good day !
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#4
It is a reference to the movie "Driving Miss Daisy", since this is a driver message. A bit off topic, to be sure, but we need to have a bit of a sense of humor Undecided
It doesn't have to be there in your Russian translation Smile
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