Dennis Kaarsemaker <den...@kaarsemaker.net> writes:

>> +static const char *nth_for_number(int n)
>> +{
>> +    int n1 = n % 10, n10 = n % 100;
>> +
>> +    if (n1 == 1 && n10 != 11)
>> +            return "st";
>> +    if (n1 == 2 && n10 != 12)
>> +            return "nd";
>> +    if (n1 == 3 && n10 != 13)
>> +            return "rd";
>> +    return "th";
>> +}
>
>>8---
>
>> +    if (command == TODO_SQUASH) {
>> +            unlink(rebase_path_fixup_msg());
>> +            strbuf_addf(&buf, "\n%c This is the %d%s commit message:\n\n%s",
>> +                    comment_line_char,
>> +                    count, nth_for_number(count), body);
>> +    }
>> +    else if (command == TODO_FIXUP) {
>> +            strbuf_addf(&buf,
>> +                    "\n%c The %d%s commit message will be skipped:\n\n",
>> +                    comment_line_char, count, nth_for_number(count));
>> +            strbuf_add_commented_lines(&buf, body, strlen(body));
>> +    }
>
> This way of handling numbers is not translatable, and I really think we
> should mark these strings for translation, like they are in the .sh
> version.

Correct.

For those who were not paying attention on the 'master' front during
this pre-release period [*1*], I have to point out that the scripted
Porcelain has been updated to lose the Anglo-centric st/nd/rd/th and
this series would want to get updated to match.


[Footnote]

*1* Why weren't you?  Repent! ;-)

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