[Mageia-dev] Strings in bootloader.pot
obgr_seneca at mageia.org
Fri Mar 9 08:44:01 CET 2012
Am 09.03.2012 08:33, schrieb Thierry Vignaud:
> On 9 March 2012 08:30, Oliver Burger<oliver.bgr at googlemail.com> wrote:
>> at the moment the Bootloader shows "Boot Mageia 2 (Cauldron)", this should
>> be changed before the release to "Boot Mageia 2" with enough time for i18n
>> to fix the translations and the installer to be rebuilt before the final
>> isos are built.
>> This is just a reminder so this won't be forgotten.
> We should _always_ have 2 strings:
> - "Boot Mageia %s"
> - "Boot Mageia %s (%s)"
> Translated once for ever.
> No harcoded version, no hardcoded product version
I was suggesting this to Damien, but the question is, do languages not
using latin letters keep the arabic number "2" and the word "Cauldron"
here? Or do they replace it with a number and a word in their alphabet?
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