2011/12/20 Martin Srebotnjak <email@example.com>:
I noticed something strange but Andras maybe you or someone else knows
the answer - is the change of scp2/source/extensions.po planned?
Only unused strings were deleted. They were not only unused, but in
fact they have never been used. So don't worry about them.
There are like 164 strings being deleted there with beta2 350. Those
strings are about support for different languages in LO (UI
translations, localization) except for few languages that are still
left in (English, German, French, Italian and Hungarian). Are those
languages prioritized or have some special functions as opposed to
Yes, Sun Template Pack extension is available in these languages only.
BTW Sun Template Pack is not configured in normal LibreOffice builds.
or are other languages just not available as
extensions anymore? Or were those strings just obsolete because they
were present already in scp2/source/accessories.po?
Oh, god. I should have cleaned up accessories.po, too. Many obsolete,
unused strings are there. BTW LibreOffice does not include
"Accessories" at all. Only OxygenOffice does.
I just hope Slovenian support does not get dropped from LO ...
Surely not! :)
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