Le samedi 14 juillet 2007 à 08:28 +0100, Neil Williams a écrit : > > From what I see in the dozens of .desktop files I have on my own > > system, I see "Field[code]" fields for translations of "Field". > > > > This is similar to what we had, in the past, for debconf templates and > > we all known this doesn't scale and doesn't handle changes to English > > strings very well. > > The strings used to generate translated .desktop entries can (should) > come from the upstream po/ directory via gettext - it can be handled > directly using gettext and make. Actually they are using intltool, just like we do for debconf templates. > All my upstream projects include all > translatable strings for the .desktop file in the .gmo (and therefore > the installed .mo) yet these also exist in the .desktop file that is > eventually installed. Side note: you don't need to install such .mo files, unless they also contain translations accessed from the code. -- .''`. : :' : We are debian.org. Lower your prices, surrender your code. `. `' We will add your hardware and software distinctiveness to `- our own. Resistance is futile.
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