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Sophie Gautier <gautier.sophie <at>> writes:

Hi all,

I've updated the French localization on Pootle and I'm not sure if I 
must ask for the file to be committed here, or if it will be done on a 
more automated way for all Pootle languages before 3.3 final.

I've also extracted the FR glossary file from SunGloss and transformed 
it in a .po file that is ready to be the terminology file on Pootle. 
Could one of the Pootle Admin upload it instead of the Gnome one 
currently uploaded? Both files (last l10n and terminology) are here :

Also, may be this terminology.po file could serve as a basis for the 
other languages who has no terminology currently because it contains all 
the UI strings in English. It should be possible to remove the French 
strings and update it with a TM, then upload it on Pootle to be completed?


I was giving a look at that .po files, but found some problems in the way it was
-- some "msgstr" are not unique, so it can't be handled in a number of apps:
probably it needs some "msgctxt"s for having duplicated "msgstr"s like:

msgid "abstract"
msgstr "synthèse"

msgid "abstract"
msgstr "abstrait"

Also, the translator comments should be placed at the beginning of the unit:
msgid "abort"
msgstr "abandonner"
#quitter ou subst. abandon

#quitter ou subst. abandon
msgid "abort"
msgstr "abandonner"

Hope this helps,
King regards,

Kind regards

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