PostgreSQL misspellings in translations

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PostgreSQL misspellings in translations

Daniel Gustafsson
Spotted two misspellings of PostgreSQL in the translations as per the attached
patch.

cheers ./daniel


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Re: PostgreSQL misspellings in translations

Alvaro Herrera-9
On 2019-May-28, Daniel Gustafsson wrote:

> Spotted two misspellings of PostgreSQL in the translations as per the attached
> patch.

FTR, any translation entry prefixed with #~ corresponds to an obsolete
one, that is, a string that once was a valid message in the catalog and
was translated in that catalog, but isn't a valid message anymore.  It
would be picked up by the fuzzy matcher if the string is revived in the
code, but I wouldn't normally bother trying to get a fix for it
committed.  If anything, I would remove all #~ entries from the catalog
files once in a while ...

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Re: PostgreSQL misspellings in translations

Daniel Gustafsson
> On 28 May 2019, at 16:36, Alvaro Herrera <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> On 2019-May-28, Daniel Gustafsson wrote:
>
>> Spotted two misspellings of PostgreSQL in the translations as per the attached
>> patch.
>
> FTR, any translation entry prefixed with #~ corresponds to an obsolete
> one, that is, a string that once was a valid message in the catalog and
> was translated in that catalog, but isn't a valid message anymore.  It
> would be picked up by the fuzzy matcher if the string is revived in the
> code, but I wouldn't normally bother trying to get a fix for it
> committed.  If anything, I would remove all #~ entries from the catalog
> files once in a while …

Ah, right. I reacted to it since it was committed only recently.

cheers ./daniel