From: Martin Bagge / brother <brother@bs...> - 2012-03-30 20:10:45
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On 2012-03-30 21:38, Pierre Gobin wrote:
> In French, PCManFM is translated by "Ouvrir dans le gestionnaire de
> fichiers" (which correspond in English to "Open in the file
> manager", instead of "File Manager").
I can not speak or read French so I am not sure exactly what's wrong.
> However, when I look at here :
> <http://pootle.lxde.bsnet.se/fr/lxde/pcmanfm/po/fr.po?item=159> I
> can see that the translation is correct.
In commit 9097acc0 "Gestionnaire de fichiers" was replaced by "Ouvrir
dans le gestionnaire de fichiers", this was in response to Debian Bug
#621770. That was released as 0.9.9.
Since then someone has been logged in to Pootle and changed the string
to "Gestionnaire de fichiers". That person has however failed to click
the "commit to vcs" link in Pootle and thus the change is ONLY available
at the Pootle server and would not make it to a release of PCManFM if it
wasn't me doing the release (as I am also the Pootle admin and I know
This is the git annotate output:
fc789786 (Hong Jen Yee 2010-10-04 714)msgid "File Manager"
00000000 (Not Committed Yet 2012-03-30 715)msgstr "Gestionnaire de fichiers"
The hourly updated blame file tells us that the person for me to
contact to get this sorted out is Mélodie of PCLinuxOS fame (in CC, hi!
can you click the link please? see example screenshot here:
http://salyut.bsnet.se/~brother/bilder/ss-101021-vcs_click.png - thank you).
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From: Martin Bagge / brother <brother@bs...> - 2012-04-11 18:37:20
On Wed, 11 Apr 2012, Pierre Gobin wrote:
> I noted that there were the same translations' issue with Lxappareance. Some
> translations aren't done, while they are in Pootle.
I do some cleanups every now and then, mostly before a release or call for
Still looking shitty =(
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