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opcodes po file problem (Modified by Clytie Siddall)

From: Clytie Siddall
Subject: opcodes po file problem (Modified by Clytie Siddall)
Date: Thu, 17 Mar 2005 14:58:31 +1000

Hi :)

I've been discussing this problem with Ian Lance Taylor, and he has asked me to pass it on to you. Evidently a string is marked c-format when it shouldn't be (this stops it passing the checks to be submitted as a valid translation), and I can't fix that: any changes in the original file have to be made before the .po file is generated, otherwise the altered original data will cause problems when the translation is reintegrated with the program being translated.

I don't know if you or Ian need to make the change, but now you both know about it. :) If you can edit the file and release the update to the Translation Project at the University of Montréal, then I can finish and submit the translation.

Thankyou. :)

from Clytie

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Hi again :)

On 17/03/2005, at 2:06 PM, Ian Lance Taylor wrote:

Clytie Siddall <address@hidden> writes:

#: ip2k-asm.c:376
#, c-format
msgid "%operator operand is not a symbol"
msgstr "%toán tử tác tử không phải là một ký hiệu"

I don't understand exactly what's bothering it; the error message is:

opcodes/opcodes-2.15.96.pot:396: number of format specifications in
`msgid' and `msgstr' does not match

I think the problem is that there is a c-format market on the string.
I don't know why that is there.  The string is not a printf string.

Unfortunately, I'm not allowed to edit that data, or the msgid string, since that will cause problems when you reintegrate the translated file with the application. Do I need to send this request to the binultils address, or can you amend the file and send in the update? Otherwise I can't submit the translation, which would be a waste.

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he answered:

Yes, I guess you should send that to the binutils list as well.  I'm
not sure why the c-format marking is there.

and I have. :)

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Clytie Siddall--Renmark, in the Riverland of South Australia

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