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Re: Fwd: Buggy PSPP translation

From: John Darrington
Subject: Re: Fwd: Buggy PSPP translation
Date: Tue, 27 Sep 2011 13:59:26 +0000
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I'm not sure what this user is trying to point out.
The screenshot seems quite normal to me, except the obvious point that there is 
a mixture
of English, French and Dutch translations.  

This would be normal behaviour if for example the LANGUAGE environment variable 
is set similar to fr:nl which would be a common setting in Belgium.  Here, the 
prefered language is French, second is Dutch and a fallback to the C local 
language (English) If you take a look at the page 
you will see that the French translation is less than 1/3 complete, the Dutch 
translation is better, but there are still some strings missing, so this would 
explain the result that this screenshot shows.

If only English strings are preferred, then  the user can have that, by setting 


On Tue, Sep 27, 2011 at 08:17:14AM -0400, Jeremy Lavergne wrote:
     Seems there might be a i18n/l10n/g..n hiccup this past week. Anything 
obvious get changed this week?
     PAt <address@hidden> wrote:
     >Hello Jeremy,
     >I found what seems to be a bug in the latest PSPP devel 0.7.8 you
     >packed for Mac OS 10.6.
     >You didn't mention in your r??sum?? if you knew the dominant language
     >The captured screenshot says it all:
     >Even if the translation is not done yet in this devel version, could it
     >simply switch back to English?

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