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Description of problem:
I'm french and I configured my locale as fr_FR.UTF-8.
I tried to burn a cd using nautilus-cd-burner. I let the default generated
label, but when i click the 'write' button, the nautilus-cd-burner window
dispappeared without a trace.
I looked in my .xsession-errors and found :
** (nautilus-cd-burner:22051): CRITICAL **: file make-iso.c: line 496
(make_iso): assertion `strlen (label) < 32' failed
The french label is "Donnees personelles, <insert date>" which is >32 chars long.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. set your locale to fr_FR.UTF-8
2. in nautilus enter the burn:/// location
3. drop some files in the window
4. click to write to cd
5. look at the cd label
Expected Results: Label should be shorter.
This is little more than a trivial typo in translation. I'll post an updated
fr.po that i hope you will accept before final release.
William, if you are listening: What we need at the very least here is a
translator comment pointing out the 32 character limitation.
Ideally, the code should also try to be a bit smarter and maybe just cut the
text off at the last character boundary before byte 32.
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It's been fixed a while ago anyway.