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Re: [Bug] Language Mix in Subversion messages

From: Mathias Weinert <mathias.weinert_at_gfa-net.de>
Date: 2006-08-21 07:55:26 CEST

Martin v. L÷wis wrote:
> Mathias Weinert schrieb:
> >> To overcome the limitation, the client would need to
> >> communicate its UI language first, so that the server could
> >> format the message in the right language. That's likely a
> >> big change. The exact mechanism should probably depend on
> >> the access protocol; for DAV, sending and processing
> >> Accept-Language seems to be a compatible protocol
> >> extension.
> >
> > If the server was able to translate the message according to a parameter
> > it receives from the client, the client should be able to translate the
> > message before printing it, too.
> No, that won't work. The message received from the server already has
> the parameter substituted (%s, %d, etc), and the client can't "undo"
> that. Also, the complete message might have been generated through
> concatenation of individual messages, which the client, again, can't
> split "correctly".

Oh, sure, you are right.

> >> DAV request failed; it's possible that the repository's
> >> pre-revprop-change hook either failed or is non-existent
> >> At least one property change failed; repository is unchanged
> >>
> >> So you should also report what access mechanism you have
> >> used; I've used https here.
> >
> > I used svn protocol.
> Ah, ok, that explains why you don't see the "DAV" message.

So at the end we have two things:

1. Messages from the subversion server aren't translated which is a
   pitty but cannot be changed easily.

2. There seem to miss at least one German translation.


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