Re: No encoding issue in Czech translation
On Tue, Sep 22, 2009 at 07:15:30AM +0200, Christian Perrier wrote:
> From what I see the Czech translation of apt-listchanges has no
> encoding issue.
> The message pointed by Jirí Palecek is indeed correct in the PO file:
> #: ../apt-listchanges/AptListChangesGtk.py:68
> msgid "Continue Installation?"
> msgstr "Pokračovat v instalaci?"
> Czech translators, would you mind looking at this bug?
The translation is definitely ok, but in the original bugreport I can
see Jiri uses legacy ISO-8859-2 environment.
When I run
LANG=cs_CZ.UTF-8 apt-listchanges -c -f gtk locales_2.9-26_all.deb
there is no error at all. But when I change that to
LANG=cs_CZ.ISO-8859-2 apt-listchanges -c -f gtk locales_2.9-26_all.deb
I can reproduce the error any time. It is obviously an error in input
handling in the GTK frontend, as the console ones (text, pager) are ok.
Oh, btw, Christian:
LANG=fr_FR.ISO-8859-1 apt-listchanges -c -f gtk locales_2.9-26_all.deb
has the same problem ;-)