On Sat, May 30, 2015 at 2:36 PM, Dwayne Bailey <email@example.com> wrote:
I need some help here. For OpenOffice.org [XXX] was used as a variable in
some files. With the change to use PO directly in LibreOffice I'm not sure
if that has changed. In fact if someone has an idea of the correct
variable styles for LO across the project I can likely remove some
[XXX] are placeholders in Mac and Windows installer files but not
anywhere else. Nothing changed in this regard in LibreOffice. In help
there are two placeholders really, $[officename] and %PRODUCTNAME.
[Runtime] is not a placeholder, it is just a word in brackets.
Unfortunately there is no unified placeholder style across the whole
codebase. But all are the same as in Openoffice.org.
Out of interest, does new Pootle have the "Invalid XML" check? That is
the most useful IMHO (for help).
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