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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] How to find where a given string is used in the UI


Hi,

Le 13/06/2016 10:41, Sophie a écrit :
> Le 12/06/2016 23:41, Olivier Hallot a écrit :
>> Hello Jean-Baptiste
>>
>> You can try to search the string in this tool:
>>
>> http://lionss-codeornot.rhcloud.com/
>>
>> May not be 100% error proof but does give you clues.
>
> That won't tell you where it's in the UI :-) Jean-Baptiste is searching
> for the other way round in fact and I've no hint for him other than the
> path to the file where sometimes the name gives you some information
> about the location like in:
> cui/ui/aboutconfigdialog.ui

Indeed.
To find a given string in the LO code I am used to search with
http://opengrok.libreoffice.org/

I wonder if it could be possible to design an extension capable to open
the dialog box or the menu which contains a given keyID.

Best regards.
JBF

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