Turkish seem to be the first translation to report 100% translation
completion for 8.0 release. Congratulations for great work! And thanks
to Peter for being patient with us all this time.
> > We can't reproduce it with msgfmt -v. How do you get those errors?
> The scripts that produce these tables do not use the standard gettext
> tools; they use hand-crafted Perl scripts. In some cases, these catch
> more errors. In all cases that I have analyzed further, this was
> because %m was not identified as a format specifier by msgfmt.
Could you share these scripts with us? Many update submissions
we made were beacause of these %m errors.
Also would it be easier to you Peter if we give you login to our CVS
poject (on sf.net) so that you just run "cvs up" every time
you package a new update and not bother with emails.
Thank you all folks for your efforts.
I will open a bottle of chamgne tonight to celebrate 8.0.
> Peter Eisentraut
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