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Re: Problem with diff format in Chinese locale

From: Erik Huelsmann <ehuels_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-08-16 09:58:58 CEST

On 8/16/07, David Sitsky <david.sitsky@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi there,
> I received a diff file from a Chinese user of Subversion, the relevant
> bit is as follows, which is the end of one diff segment, and the start
> of another:
> #endif
> \ 在文件
> 末尾没有新行Index: src/file.cpp
> The Chinese is the translation of "No newline at end of file".
> My question is, why does this sentence have a newline in the middle of
> it? Also the "Index:" text doesn't start at the beginning of a
> newline.
> To be properly formatted as a diff, I would have thought this should be:
> #endif
> \ 在文件末尾没有新行
> Index: src/file.cpp
> Is this a bug?

Yes, it's both a bug in the translation as in the sources: It
shouldn't have been marked for translation in the first place, but now
that it is, it has a newline in the middle, instead of in both ends
(making the Index: appear after the remainder of the newline message).

I've made sure the message won't be translated anymore in 1.5. If you
want to submit a bugreport, it can probably be backported to 1.4.



> This came up, as I am the author of Codestriker, which is a web
> application for code reviewing. As input, it can receive diff files
> from different SCMs, including Subversion. This diff came up which it
> couldn't parse, because of this extra newline.
> Cheers,
> David
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Received on Thu Aug 16 09:56:59 2007

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