Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 106280
Please use ngettext for handling plurals in rhn-applet
Last modified: 2007-07-26 20:18:23 EDT
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As mentioned in
this way of handling plurals is broken for many locales. A way to solve
this is by using ngettext instead as mentioned in that document.
A simple code example of code using ngettext:
g_printf (ngettext ("Found %d file.", "Found %d files.", nbr_of_files),
Something similar should work in Python 2.3 too.
fedora core stays with python 2.2 for now. So, assuming I understand your
report correctly, this means this will have to be done after the next release.
If that's the case, yes.
Okay so target would be the next version of Fedora Core (assuming things
go as planned).
Do you have some kind of patch ? The URL indicates how to do this from C
but not how to do it from python, it seems you know how to do this and
that would save me some time then needed. A pointer is fine.
"ngettext( singular, plural, n)
Like gettext(), but consider plural forms. If a translation is found,
apply the plural formula to n, and return the resulting message (some
languages have more than two plural forms). If no translation is found,
return singular if n is 1; return plural otherwise.
The Plural formula is taken from the catalog header. It is a C or Python
expression that has a free variable n; the expression evaluates to the
index of the plural in the catalog. See the GNU gettext documentation for
the precise syntax to be used in .po files, and the formulas for a variety
New in version 2.3."
That's the best I can do -- I don't know Python, and I don't know where to look
for recent enough rhn-applet code.
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