Re: [Gimp-developer] Translating GIMP from GIMP master (is wrong)

2012-05-09 10:41 keltezéssel, Michael Natterer írta:
On Wed, 2012-05-09 at 10:55 +0300, Cristian Secară wrote:
În data de Wed, 09 May 2012 09:20:23 +0200, Michael Natterer a scris:

what was commited on 10 Feb 2012 is:

commit eb93f484c8ad8da3606ab1b44ab8a7f143ea089e
Author: Daniel Șerbănescu<cyber19rider gmail com>
Date:   Fri Feb 10 19:35:57 2012 +0100

     Updated Romanian translation

  po-script-fu/ro.po | 4003
  1 file changed, 1603 insertions(+), 2400 deletions(-)

and puts the file exactly into the current state. Please tell the
committer that he messed up and have him restore the file to what you

Hmm, strange. Ok, I will tell him, but I cannot do that right away,
I mean not before the template file from 2.8 script-fu will be reverted

What is common with this 61 number ? Why was my file screwed in February
down to 61 strings and now in May the template file and the rest of all
languages also screwed down to 61 strings ? I find hard to believe
(though possible) that in February it was just the committer fault.

So, when will be the 2.8 script-fu template reverted ?

You are right, generating a new template results in 62 strings.

There seems to be a bug in intltool-update --pot that only
extracts strings which immediately follow a '(', so

(_"foo"  ends up in the template


_"foo"  doesn't.

At least that's the pattern I found when looking at the pot file
and the scheme source files.

To the folks on gnome-i18n gnome org: did you ever hear of this
issue? Can you investigate it? I'm sure there are more i18n experts
on gnome-i18n gnome org than on gimp-developer-list ;)

Yes, I met this here:

Seems like a recent change in intltool causes this, which makes the scheme string extraction done by xgettext instead of intltools built-in and dropped parser.

In turn, says that the gettext shorthand for scheme strings is (_"foo"), so I think your source files should be modified to conform this notation.

Gabor Kelemen

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