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2013-08-20 00:27, Andras Timar rašė:
Pootle has many checks, but there are cases which are not covered. You
may remember the style name localization issue from last month.
Therefore I wrote a tool which checked three types of translation

1. Unique style names.
2. Unique spreadsheet function names.
3. Missing trailing '|' in Windows installer translation.

I uploaded the report to

I checked 4.1.1 sources.

Affected locales are:
af am ast be bn bn-IN bo br brx bs cy da de dgo dz el en-ZA eo es eu
fa fr gl gu he hi hr id it ka kk km kn ko kok ks ku lb lo lt mai mk ml
mn mni mr my nb ne nl nn nr nso oc om or pa-IN pl pt ro rw sa-IN sat
sd si sid sq ss st sv sw-TZ ta tg th tn tr ts tt ug uz ve vi xh zu

I just fixed lt.

BTW I'm not so fond of localizable Calc function names. Is that our invention, or does Microsoft do that as well?

Furthermore, perhaps locales should at least be preseeded with the original function names? Because its a bit dumb when our machinery "localizes" SUMIFS as SUMIF, just because SUMIF was already "localized" as SUMIF (surprise!) previously. And now that I think of it, that "localization" most likely wasn't even marked as fuzzy. How come?


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