[patch] fix deprecated init() usage in kdelibs/kioslave/http/kcookiejar/main.cpp
lukas at kde.org
Wed Jan 7 11:48:33 GMT 2004
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Dne st 07. ledna 2004 12:36 Oswald Buddenhagen napsal(a):
> On Wed, Jan 07, 2004 at 12:21:27PM +0100, David Faure wrote:
> > On Wednesday 07 January 2004 12:10, Brad Hards wrote:
> > > OK to apply?
> > > - KCmdLineArgs::init(argc, argv, "kcookiejar", description, version);
> > > + KCmdLineArgs::init(argc, argv, "kcookiejar", I18N_NOOP("HTTP Cookie
> > > Daemon"),
> > It introduces an new string to translate, so this is a bad timing for
> > applying such fixes. Better wait until after 3.2.
> standard reply. :)
> two things come to my mind:
> - having deprecation warnings in our own code looks unprofessional. well,
> any warnings do, but this case is extreme, as it is self-imposed, so
> to say.
> - how much does it "hurt" the translators actually? i mean, if it means
> more than starting "the universal kde translation app", seeing some
> untranslated messages at the top, doing the modifications and pressing
> the "commit modified files" button, then something is wrong.
> fwiw, i could not care less for _these_ new strings not being
> translated in time ...
Well, you have to realize that most translation teams are only "one-man show".
So what happens if they are already done with their translations for 3.2 and
won't have time until the release? These translations will be incomplete just
because of some developers breaking the message freeze.
Lukáš Tinkl | lukas at kde.org
KDE i18n maintainer | KOffice developer
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