The Catalan translation of gFTP contains a few spelling mistakes and barbarisms,
and the style used in the translation doesn't currently fit with that of the
GNOME translation project. The latest version in CVS of ca.po corrects these
issues, and improves the translation a bit. These improvements where commited
almost one year ago, but since the last release of gFTP is dated from 4 Feb
2005, it doesn't appear in the official release.
Since it'll take at least three months before a new version of gFTP is released
, would it be possible to update the actual gFTP package for FC with the
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The issue is still present, but it's mostly an upstream problem. There don't
seem to be any new releases of gFTP, which blocs new translations from hitting
It should be up to the Fedora packager whether to include the latest
translations of gFTP or not. I'd truly appreciate if Fedora included the latest
translations, at least for Catalan (ca), but I'd understand if not.
Please close the issue if the packager will not include translations that are
only on SVN's trunk.
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please check if it's fixed in 2.0.19 / rawhide
if the problem persists please let us know.