translation remarks before 1.2

David Shaw dshaw at
Sun Sep 15 06:17:01 CEST 2002

On Sun, Sep 15, 2002 at 01:53:09AM +0200, Janusz A. Urbanowicz wrote:
> Hello
> As I'm preparing polish translatoin to release to Werner for inclusion in
> 1.2, I found following problems:
> 1) Some of the messages, while translated in the localization, are still
>    displayed in raw english: 
> gpg: sprawdzanie na g????boko??ci 0 podpisów =32 ot(-/q/n/m/f/u)=0/0/0/0/0/3)
> gpg: key C51F0AB4: no subkey for subkey revocation packet


> 2) there are messages created from separate phrases which are paritally a
> subject of localization, ad partially not:
> pub  4096R/46399138  utworzony: 2002-08-16, wa??ny do: never      zaufanie: -/-
>                                                       ~~~~~
> There is no way to have the 'never' translated.

This one is strange - the string is already marked as translatable in
the code.  I'm not sure why it isn't in the po file.

> Similar thing for warning messages on directories:
> alex at FUCKUP:[~]:27:0:> chmod 777 .gnupg
> alex at FUCKUP:[~]:28:0:> /usr/local/bin/gpg --edit-key <x>
> gpg: OSTRZE??ENIE: niebezpieczne prawa dost??pu do katalogu 
>                   zawieraj??cego configuration file ,,/home/alex/.gnupg/options''


> and on the way to sign a key:
> Polecenie> sign
> Podpisa?? wszystkie identyfikatory u??ytkownika na tym kluczu? tak
> pub  4096R/46399138  utworzony: 2002-08-16, wa??ny do: never      zaufanie: -/-
>  Odcisk klucza g??ównego: 1369 930E 5526 2BB3 C3BB  2203 0FEE 55B5 4639 9138
> ~ [why is there a space here? it isn't in the messages]

It is needed to line the fingerprint up with the user ID in other
displays.  It isn't really needed here, but it's the same code.  I
actually think it looks a little better with the space ;)

> Jak dok??adnie zosta??a przez Ciebie sprawdzona to??samo???? tej osoby?
> Je??li nie wiesz co odpowiedzie??, podaj "0".
>    (0) Nie odpowiem na to pytanie.  (default)



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