Re: New security/audit pages not translatable
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- Subject: Re: New security/audit pages not translatable
- From: Martin Schulze <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sun, 20 Jan 2008 17:00:01 +0100
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Steve Kemp wrote:
> On Thu Nov 29, 2007 at 14:46:12 +0100, Frans Pop wrote:
> > On Thursday 29 November 2007, Steve Kemp wrote:
> > > They shouldn't have anything to be translated in them (though right now
> > > there are about three small strings that are there).
> > Are you perhaps referring to strings like
> > <dd><p>$credit discovered that $package contained a $type
> > vulnerability.</p></dd>
> > and
> > <p>No advisories found.</p>
> > in make-advisories?
> > In that case it would be very nice if those were gettexted. The only problem
> > I see is that some languages would need different declinations for
> > male/female $credit (probably not a problem in practise :-) and maybe how
> > to get $type and maybe even $date translated.
> Yes, I will endeavor to get these switched to gettext as soon as
> possible, unless somebody beats me to it. (I will just need to look
> over the rest of the site to get a good example to copy from!)
Has there been any improvement so far?
Currently, the Makefile contains statements that cause make wanting to
run make-advisories for each language. I assume that this is only needed
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