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Re: Localisation strings

From: Andreas Pflug <Andreas(dot)Pflug(at)web(dot)de>
To: Dave Page <dpage(at)vale-housing(dot)co(dot)uk>
Cc: jm(dot)poure(at)freesurf(dot)fr, pgadmin-hackers(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: Localisation strings
Date: 2003-06-25 16:48:18
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>>Dear all,
>>Here are some non-standard language entries:
>>1) src/ui/frmQueryBuilder.cpp:1044 src/ui/frmQueryBuilder.cpp:1046
>>			wxLogError(__("Double right-handed 
>>joins are not allowed.\n")
>>				__("You must redraw your joins 
>>so that \"") + tmptable1 +
>>				__("\"\ndoes not appear on the 
>>righthand side \n")
>>				__("more than once. \n\n")
>>				__("Try switching it to the 
>>lefthand side in one\n")
>>				__("or more relationships."));
>>should use %s
>Ahh, the QB. Please feel free to tweak these to something you are happy
I skipped recoding these because Keith had stated there was work going 
on. I'm a bit unhappy that we don't know about the state of QB (while 
that nasty bug seems to be under control.

>>2) src/ui/dlgProperty.cpp:89 src/ui/dlgProperty.cpp:91
>>msgid ""
>>": Notebook not found.\n"
>>"Prepare to crash!"
>>msgstr ""
This should really never display... can only happen if xrc is really 
messed up

>>3) pgadmin3.pot file contains a deprecated string:
>>Count rows if estiated less than (typo)
>I fixed that typo on Windows a few days back but forgot the pot file. Do
>I need to manually edit it, or regenerate it on a unix box?

Strings come and go...
The stringextract script will append new strings, leaving old/now unused 
strings still untouched. From time to time, pgadmin3.pot can be deleted 
and freshly created, which would lead to poEdit telling about deprecated 


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