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Re: Bug#761480: [l10n] Updated Czech translation of apt-listbugs

On Sun, 14 Sep 2014 10:12:28 +0200 Miroslav Kure wrote:

> Hi,

Hello Miroslav!

> in attachement there is updated Czech (cs.po) translation of 
> apt-listbugs. Please include it with the package.

Thanks a lot for the update!

I have a few questions for you.

==== First question ====

#: ../lib/apt-listbugs/logic.rb:54
msgid ""
" -s <severities>  : Filter bugs by severities you want to see (or \"all\")\n"
"                    [%s].\n"
msgstr ""
" -s <závažnosti>  : Zobrazí jen chyby daných závažností (nebo [all])\n"
"                    [%s].\n"

The translators for some other languages [1][2][3] decided to translate
"(or \"all\")" as if it were actually "(or \"all\" for all)" .

[1] http://anonscm.debian.org/cgit/apt-listbugs/apt-listbugs.git/tree/po/da.po?id=8d3b6fa48214f5e03ee8b059f28cf108ac0e86c5
[2] http://anonscm.debian.org/cgit/apt-listbugs/apt-listbugs.git/tree/po/nb.po?id=8d3b6fa48214f5e03ee8b059f28cf108ac0e86c5
[3] http://anonscm.debian.org/cgit/apt-listbugs/apt-listbugs.git/tree/po/sv.po?id=8d3b6fa48214f5e03ee8b059f28cf108ac0e86c5

For instance the Danish translation of that parenthetical is
"(eller »all« for alle)" .

I think that this is a good idea, since it clarifies that using the
option "-s all" will show all the severities.
I intend to recommend all other translators to do the same.

what would be a correct translation for
"(or \"all\" for all)" ?
Something like "(nebo [all] na všech)" ?
Please fix grammar errors, if any (I know almost nothing about
Czech, sorry!).

==== Second question ====

#. TRANSLATORS: %{plist} is a comma-separated list of %{npkgs} packages to be pinned or put on hold.
#: ../lib/apt-listbugs/logic.rb:537
msgid ""
"The following %{npkgs} package will be pinned or on hold:\n"
" %{plist}\n"
"Are you sure?"
msgid_plural ""
"The following %{npkgs} packages will be pinned or on hold:\n"
" %{plist}\n"
"Are you sure?"
msgstr[0] ""
"Následující balík bude vypíchnut nebo podržen:\n"
" %{plist}\n"
"Jste si jisti?"
msgstr[1] ""
"Následující %{npkgs} balíky budou vypíchnuty nebo podrženy:\n"
" %{plist}\n"
"Jste si jisti?"
msgstr[2] ""
"Následujících %{npkgs} balíků bude vypíchnuto nebo podrženo:\n"
" %{plist}\n"
"Jste si jisti?"

It seems to me that one %{npkgs} is missing in msgstr[0] ...
Since, if I understand Czech plural rule correctly, you use msgstr[0]
for %{npkgs} == 1, 21, 31, 41, 51, 61, ..., I am under the impression
that specifying how many packages are there is useful even in cases
where msgstr[0] is used.

Would the following translation be better?

msgstr[0] ""
"Následující %{npkgs} balík bude vypíchnut nebo podržen:\n"
" %{plist}\n"
"Jste si jisti?"

Please fix any grammar errors!

==== End of questions ====

Please reply to my questions, so that we may further improve the
translation, if needed.
Thanks for your time!

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