On Tue, Jun 2, 2009 at 22:08, Kris De Gussem <kris.degussem@...5...> wrote:
So following the instructions, it seems that in the first case the
context string needs to be put in the translated message. In the
second example, you seem to have the choice, and in the third example
the context string must not be put in the translated message. This
seems weird to me.
Is there a reason why there is a difference in the instructions or do
we need to put the context string everywhere in the translated
Both forst and third comment says you _shouldn't_ put context
specifier in translation.
I'll try to review and add missing comments to other msgctxt strings tomorrow.
Thanks for reporting this.