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The 'd' and 's' are printf format specifiers. 'd' means decimal, 's' means
string. They should be left alone unless you want to break things.

As for the missing plural forms, that's caused by wrong plural forms entry
in the .po header. It should be:

Plural-Forms: nplurals=3; plural=(n%10==1 && n%100!=11 ? 0 : n%10>=2 &&
n%10<=4 && (n%100<10 || n%100>=20) ? 1 : 2);

On Sat, Jul 13, 2013 at 9:36 PM, Krunoslav Šebetić <>wrote:


not shure what to do with some Askbot strings:

On Pootle string has tri boxes (for singular, dual and plural), but I'm
not translating online, using Poedit. When download .po files, Poedit does
not recognize all three forms, just two of them: Form 0 and Form 1.

Since this is not a Poedit mailing list, I wonder why downloaded .po file
has only msgstr[0] "" and msgstr[1] ""? Can I manualy add msgstr[2] "" to a
django.po file?

Next what I need to know what is a purpose of "d" in %(max_tags)d? Should
that be unchanged in translation or should be translated? Samo thing with
"s" outside the brackets in %(tags)s (https://translations.****askbot/translate.html#unit=**41139275).<>


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