Difficulties in locating untranslated strings
milo at casagrande.name
Wed Oct 14 18:11:35 BST 2009
2009/10/14 Alexey Balmashnov <a.balmashnov at gmail.com>:
> There is a number of strings, related to file systems, which our team
> can not locate within translation templates see
> https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu-ru/+bug/448734 , screenshots in
> comments #23, #24, #25
> It looks like "Authentication is required to mount the device",
> comment #23, comes out of
> which does not use LP translations (ha?). We can not figure out where
> disk-names like "12 GB Filesystem" are coming from (comment #24).
About the screenshot in comment #25, thouse strings could come from
gnome-disk-utility, but am not 100% sure. This should be the string:
#. Translators: Label for a partition with a filesystem
#. * %s is the size, formatted like '45 GB'
msgid "%s Filesystem"
Also, there is an "Unable to mount %s" in Nautilus...
For the devicekit-disks problem, looking upstream it has only one
translation. Probably the i18n infrastructure for that has been set up
for a late release. I do remember that other deviceki-* thing were not
set up for i18n/l10n.
The translations for those strings have to be built at build time
though... if I'm not wrong they are not working with langpack.
Milo Casagrande <milo at casagrande.name>
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