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repetitive string patterns in pgadmin

From: Harald Armin Massa <harald(at)2ndQuadrant(dot)com>
To: pgadmin-hackers(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: repetitive string patterns in pgadmin
Date: 2011-08-21 11:48:08
Message-ID: CAMSP2L4J5zuL78UbcRT2XCNZzT3kOPyR43Sp2D6KmZn1y+GBEQ@mail.gmail.com (view raw or flat)
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Hello,

last night I did a big chunk of the german translation of the pgAdmin 3 strings.

There was a repetitive pattern of:

<x> dependencies
<x> dependencies report
<x> dependents
<x> dependents report
<x> properties
<x> properties report

and for some of those additionally sth. called "listen report"

as <x> was taken from a big set, it gave a lot of strings to
translate, in a boring way with carpal tunnel risks as of the
interface of poedit.

I would love if we could find a way to have those usages separated, as in

string constant 1 = <x>
string constant 2 = "dependencies"
string constant 3 = "dependencies report"
...
which would reduce the number of strings to translate dramatically.
And, even if one <x> is not translated, as <x> is usually something
within the database, the technical adapt user of pgAdmin should be
able to figure that out. (in constrast of the fuzzy translations
poedit is suggesting)

Harald

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