Quoting Cyril Brulebois (email@example.com): > Christian PERRIER <firstname.lastname@example.org> (2016-07-11): > > […] > > (notice the line after "../rescue-mode.templates:21001") > > > > In short, Steve's attempt to fix the translation broke the PO file. > > > > And, later on, l10n-sync choke on this. > > > > And thus, the fix is to make l10n-sync more resilient to this and for > > instance have it to test the validity of "master" PO files before > > working with them. > > Many thanks for this. I'll try and join the fun later on today, once I'm > done with other urgent matters. As I mentioned, l10n-sync needs some > patching, and I'll be happy to deal with it once time allows. I started working on a patch that will at least run "msgcat -c" on PO files at some critical steps. The first place where this is needed is the place in l10n-sync where we merge all sublevel PO files for a given language into one big "master" file, that is, later on, used to update individual packages' files. I found at least one place where a broken PO file is happily merged with other file without error being thrown out. This is what explains the current breakage on da.po and be.po I'm currently testing a patch to fix this and have l10n-sync abort its operations when this happens.
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