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Re: debconf PO translations for the package snort

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jfs@computer.org wrote:
> Dear Debian I18N people,
> I would like to know if some of you would be interested in translating snort. I
> will make a new upload of this package soon fixing some l10n bugs and I'm open
> to include new languages in this upload.
> snort already includes ca.po cs.po de.po es.po fr.po ja.po nl.po pt_BR.po sv.po
> vi.po.  So do not translate it to these languages (the translators have been
> contacted separately).
> language        translated     fuzzy     untranslated
> -----------------------------------------------------
>   vi                52                          
>   pt_BR             32           6            14
>   nl                52                          
>   sv                52                          
>   ja                52                          
>   fr                52                          
>   cs                52                          
>   de                52                          
>   es                52                          
>   ca                41           6             5
> Please send the updated file to me, or submit it as a wishlist bug
> against snort.
> If you have read so far, please find the POT file in attachement.
> Thanks in advance,

I have a small problem with this string (I already added as a comment
the details):

> msgid ""
> "If you want you can specify 'any', to not trust any side of the network."
> msgstr ""

# XXX: it would be nice if "any" would be translatable, too
# XXX: of course, the postinst script uses the non-translated string

I understand this would mean another call for updates, but it could be
fixed either by delaying the whole fix for another release or the call
for updates is done now (should be trivial, another translatable string
and the one above updated - in translations)

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