[Mageia-i18n] [Mageia-dev] Strings in bootloader.pot

Yuri Chornoivan yurchor at ukr.net
Fri Mar 9 08:52:35 CET 2012

написане Fri, 09 Mar 2012 09:44:01 +0200, Oliver Burger  
<obgr_seneca at mageia.org>:

> 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?

Cyrillic (apart from Serbian, which transliterates "Cauldron") use the  
same number and the word for product as Latin.

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