On Wed, Jul 16, 2003 at 06:39:35PM +0200, Karlheinz Pischke wrote:
> I need some clarification for=20
> 1) ----
> #: src/Main.cpp:651
> msgid "Skipping offset cache writing.\n"
> msgstr "Skipping offset cache writing.\n"
> Does it mean "Skipping offset at cache writing" ?
> Does it mean to skip cache writing of a certain offset at all ?
> It is also not translated into French.
The action is "offset cache writing" (saving the GOP offsets to a cache=20
file). So it's "Skipping the writing of offsets to a cache file." Not=20
> 2) ----
> #: src/interface.c:95
> msgid "_File"
> # msgstr "_Datei"
> msgstr "Datei"
> #: src/interface.c:115
> msgid "_Open"
> # msgstr "_=D6ffne"
> msgstr "=D6ffne"
> I guess there is a problem !!! when translating these menu options
> So I would have to leave the underscore unmentioned
You can use whatever you want for the underscores, actually. It should b=
unique to the menu, though. I have in my TODO list the task of fixing up=
my translation strings to show full menu paths; that'll help a great deal=
in making it clear with option belongs to which menu.
> 3) ----
> Please explain:
> #: src/Bounds.cpp:52
> msgid "Undefined first requested?!\n"
> I don't know what this means:
> What has been requested ?
> What is undefined ?
> Which first/max ? - element / GOP / ... ?
Yeah, I'm sorry about my terse debugging output. Really, this should be=20
more like "getFirst bounds requested when no 'first' defined?!\n"
> 4) ----
> #: src/MPEG2Parser.cpp:410
> msgid "PES extension pack field length"
> is this the "field length of the PES extension pack"
> or is it the "length of the PES extension pack field" ?
2nd one. (I think.)
> #: src/MPEG2Parser.cpp:416
> msgid "PES extension pack field header"
> is this the "header length of the PES extension pack"
> or is it the "length of the PES extension pack header" ?
This should mean "the PES extension pack header". I shouldn't have=20
"field" in that string at all, actually. It's used to report what it=20
failed to read from the stream.
BTW: GOPchop has a mailing list (gopchop-devel@...) that you
might want to subscribe to. These kinds of questions might be better
answered there for everyone to see. :)
Kees Cook @outflux.net