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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] Behaviour of the "Needs editing" flag in Weblate

Le 14/02/2020 à 15:53, Christian Lohmaier a écrit :
> Hi *,
> On Fri, Feb 14, 2020 at 11:22 AM sophi <sophi@libreoffice.org> wrote:
>> Le 14/02/2020 à 10:49, Tuomas Hietala a écrit :
>>> I already unflagged many of them as I saw what was happening, but here's
>>> an example that I can cofirm showing up in English in Finnish-language
>>> LO as of 6.4.0:
>>> https://weblate.documentfoundation.org/translate/libo_ui-master/filtermessages/fi/?checksum=90e8d59d903deeb9
>>> It's in the PDF export dialog, on the second tab from the left.
>> That should not fall back to English if the string is fuzzy.
> That's default behaviour for gettext/msgfmt though. By default fuzzy
> strings are ignored and not taken into account/are omitted from th
> generated .mo file.
> And fuzzy/needs work is default behaviour in weblate, so no changes
> here. So if other projects treat fuzzy translations as valid in the
> program, they either explicitly use the --use-fuzzy switch to msgfmt
> or filter it out using some other means.

My bad memory then, sorry for the wrong assertion and thanks for
correcting me. I'll add it to the wiki :)

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