Harald Armin Massa a écrit :
> I checked the translation status on pgadmin.org, and saw that French
> is at 100% with 2091 of 2091 translated strings; and Italian is at
> 100% with 2104 of 2104 translated strings.
> it_ITItalianGiuseppe SaccoMO | PO2104/2104
> My understanding was that there ist the same amount of string
> constants in all languages.
> What did I miss?
You're right. That can use as much words as they want, the number of
strings should be the same.
I try a stringextract/stringmerge... there is actually 2131 strings to
translate. I have some issues with the "svn commit" in stringmerge
because of end of line inconsistences. I will work on this.
Thanks for the information.
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