[Digikam-devel] typo in digikam.po in trunk

Oliver Dörr oliver at doerr-privat.de
Sun Jun 4 18:03:52 BST 2006

Caulier Gilles wrote:
> Le Dimanche 04 Juin 2006 07:40 PM, Oliver Dörr a écrit :
>> Gilles Caulier wrote:
>>> Le Dimanche 4 Juin 2006 15:42, Oliver Dörr a écrit :
>>>> Hi,
>>>> just found
>>>> <p>Set here the mount path to use on your computer. This option is only
>>>> require if you use an <b>Usb Mass Storage</b> camera.</p>
>>>> i believe it should be
>>>> ... option is only require/d/ if you...
>>> Fixed in svn...
>>> Oliver, are you seen my messages about future Exiv2 i18n in my blog :
>>> http://www.digikam.org/?q=node/121
>>> What do you think about ?
>> Hmmm, just re-read your blog. I can't say much about Exiv2 and it's
>> advantages and so i'll trust your decision about that.
>>  From the translators view, it's just another package that i'll have to
>> translate. I just downloaded the Exiv2 sources and found no files to
>> translate. So it looks like Exiv2 is a pure library without any output
>> string. If so, the error messages (and all other messages) will be
>> generated by digiKam and they will be translated during the usual
>> translation process....
>> Oliver
> No Oliver, The i18n structure is not yet implemented in Exiv2. i must do it.
> There will a lot of messages to translate, especially Exiv/Makernote/IPTC tags 
> values/descriptions. This sound like libexif have.
> For example, open Metadata sidebar tab ans select an exif tag. Press SHIFT+F1 
> and click on this tags... All strings in the tooltip appear aren't not yet 
> i18n...

you'll implement the 180n structure and i translate everything into 
german ;-) There will everything be hosted? Inside Extragear or will it 
be hosted by a some other server? I'm asking because, we will have to 
watch for the po files (or whatever else will be used)...

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