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.pot File for 1.0 Alpha


  • Sumit1988
    Member

    @sumit1988

    hey guys

    is there a .pot file for the 1.0 Alpha release? i want FINALLY translate it into german. There are a lot of ppl waiting for this. Maybe it’s just not there cause the pot file is missing? Dont know, i’m new in this business.

    Blablabla… is there a pot File?

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  • wiseacre
    Member

    @wiseacre

    1 Documentation

    2 Installation

    3 http://svn.automattic.com/bbpress-i18n/

    4 pot

    5 trunk


    Sumit1988
    Member

    @sumit1988

    there it is… hide little pot file.. hide.

    thanks a lot!

    here it is

    German language file:

    http://www.sumit-online.de/2009/bbpress-sprachdatei/


    Sumit1988
    Member

    @sumit1988

    ok guys i just can’t get it

    i figured out, that the file where wiseacre brought me to is the pot for the Alpha 5! I found a pot file for the Alpha 6 @

    1 Documentation

    2 Installation

    3 http://svn.automattic.com/bbpress-i18n/

    4 pot

    5 tags

    BUT: Big problem with that pot. I translated it two times and everytime i try to translate some phrases with:

    “%d” e.g. “%d topic:”

    then this phrase cant be translated. And after the try, the pot file is broken. i cant open it anymore and ALL TRANSLATIONS are gone. thats very very frustrating.

    Problem of me or problem of this

    http://svn.automattic.com/bbpress-i18n/pot/tags/1.0-alpha-6/

    .pot?

    Using poEdit 1.4.2


    Markus Pezold
    Participant

    @markus-pezold

    Hi Sumit,

    i have the same problems today … the problems lies in the msig_plural-Tag in the POT-File.

    Poedit must have the right configuration in the catalog settings to work with the plural forms.

    For a german translation the Plural-Forms is: nplurals=2; plural=n != 1;

    #: bb-admin/content-forums.php:46

    #: bb-admin/index.php:23

    #, php-format

    msgid "%d topic"

    msgid_plural "%d topics"

    msgstr[0] ""

    msgstr[1] ""

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