I agree with Danilo that we do not need the "property description" i18n=20
strings in the imported GTK+ files.
My attached patch changes the _() markers to P_() markers in=20
gtkcellview.c and gtkcombobox.c. The file already had P_() markers. The=20
files gtkcelllayout.c and gtkcellviewmenuitem.c do not have i18n strings.=
Could someone commit the patch?
The patch disables 33 unnecessary i18n strings.
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> > Now my questions?
> > 1) Do we really need to translate the i18n strings in the imported GT=
> > files?
> > I think no, because
> > - the strings are never (or nearly never, may be on errors) visib=
> > to the user
> > - only users with an old GTK+ setup (<=3D2.6.0) will use this imp=
> > files
> > 2) If we decide that it's not useful to translate the i18n strings in=
> > the imported files, it's easy to disable the strings. The file
> > gtkexpander.c for instance has it disabled.
> "Property descriptions" can freely be disabled, IMHO. They are not
> useful, and are only visible in a prospective "GObject class browser",
> and I am not sure that such a thing exists. They will not be seen by
> users. This is the main reason we split this in Gnome (so translators
> know that they don't need to translate this for full Gnome support).
> All strings marked with P_ are such "property descriptions". Other
> strings are actually useful