On 31 May 2015 at 19:01, Kolbjørn Stuestøl <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Den 30.05.2015 15:13, Andras Timar skreiv:
[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.
Is there a way to tell Pootle that [Runtime] and other words in square
brackets are not placeholders except for $[Officename]?
Or perhaps that $[Officename] and %PRODUCTNAME are the only ones?
I do know nothing about programming Pootle so perhaps this is silly
No not a silly question.
My one option is to look at a checker class for LibreOffice help vs UI.
That would allow us to switch some things on/off just for docs. To be
honest I might just want to remove the [var] style variables or look at
limiting them to the actual files in which those occur.
But I'll want to do that after the delpyment.
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