Yes it's the same in french (Previous/next =3D Precedent/suivant gender=3D=
OK, we will remove these tags from generics and I added a note in dev
guide, I will be able to commit this only tomorrow evening and it will
bring few new labels.
I just took a look at the current Jajuk properties file and encountered
the following potential problem.
A group has been marked "generic labels" that looks like:
Generally the idea of generic labels might be good (reduces the number o=
keys in the file), but I fear it cannot be applied to all type of words.
"previous" and "next" are adjectives and cannot be translated so general=
to German. In English it's easy, because these words don't change as the=
are no genders in the english language. In german we have 3 genders and
each of them has a different form of "previous" and "next". Might be
similar in french, I guess?
So, what I want to recommend is to remove "Previous" and "Next" from the
list of generic labels and introduce a separate label for every appearan=
in Jajuk. I don't know exactly in how many parts of Jajuk they are alrea=
in use, but as the number of parts will increase there will for sure
appear situations in which the translated form of the words will not be
the right one and the result will look strange to Jajuk's users.
ok, thanks :).
I finished the german translation just now and committed the changes.
On Mon, 09 Jan 2006 12:29:46 +0100, Bertrand FLORAT <bertrand@...>=
> Hi Gerhard,
> Yes it's the same in french (Previous/next =3D Precedent/suivant gender=
> Precendente/suivante gender=3DF).
> OK, we will remove these tags from generics and I added a note in dev
> guide, I will be able to commit this only tomorrow evening and it will
> bring few new labels.