msgid "Missing option 'IPv6-route'"
msgid "Missing option IPv6-network'"
msgid "Missing option 'IPv6-network'"
msgid "Missing option 'Prefixlength'"
msgid "Missing option 'device'"
msgid "Missing option 'IPv6-address'"
msgid "Missing option 'IPv4-tunneladdress'"
msgid "Missing option 'IPv6-gateway'"
All these messages could probably reduced to one single message of the type
"Missing option ''$MISSING_OPTION"
The reason is that the name of the option shouldn't be translated anyway,
so a change like this will save translators from having to translate a
message for every single option.
It's not the name of the option; it's a description of what the option
Ok, I guess it was the quotes around it that confused me to belive it was option
Well, then this is not a bug.
Come to think of it, maybe "option" in these messages should be replaced by
These are really parameters, no?
"cp -r foo"
Here, "foo" is a parameter, and "-r" is an option. This is my picture of the
So if the "options" here are used as "parameters", maybe they should be renamed
to reflect that. Reopening.
Will be changed in 5.63-1.