[libreoffice-l10n] Invalid Entry in Po Files
zolnaitamas2000 at gmail.com
Sat Jul 27 08:10:29 PDT 2013
Yes, gettext may help, to find the problem, but the "contains invalid
entry" message come from LO specific po checks. The LO used po has some
additional requirements to meet. If you use Pootle, than this problem don't
come up, but If you intend to use "Find and Replace" in a text editor than
you have to be sure that this replacing touch only the lines started with
"msgstr" and not others.
2013/7/27 Yaron Shahrabani <sh.yaron at gmail.com>
> It's fairly simple, assuming you have the gettext tools installed, if not
> just send me the file and I'll scan it for you.
> With gettext the command would be: msgfmt -vco /dev/null base.po (in the
> same dir of course)
> Yaron Shahrabani
> <Hebrew translator>
> On Sat, Jul 27, 2013 at 11:37 AM, Tadele Assefa <milkyswd at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Dear All,
>> After we did a 100%, we decided to change some of owr strings to a new
>> terminology. As a result I did a "Find and Replace in All Files" using
>> Sublime Text 2 to change the terms.
>> After this I started building entire LO,(libreoffice-4-1 branch), but it
>> failed to include the new terms saying invalid entry like
>> "git/libowin/translations/source/sid/scp2/source/base.po contains invalid
>> What mistake did I do? How may i resolve this?
>> Tadele Assefa***
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