Am 6/17/2013 15:57, schrieb Mathieu Liénard--Mayor:
> Le 2013-06-17 15:54, Peter Krefting a écrit :
>> Mathieu Liénard--Mayor:
>>> Actually, at first I dealt with it this way:
>>> status_printf_ln(s, color,
>>>                 _("Splitting %s while rebasing branch '%s' on '%s'."),
>>>          stopped_sha ? stopped_sha : _("a commit"),
>>>          ....);
>>> Would this be more suitable for translators ?
>> Not really, the text surrounding "a commit" might need to be
>> inflected differently depending on whether it is a SHA-1 or the "a
>> commit" string. Word order might also be different.
> Okay, I'll use what you suggested then.

That's not a good idea. Do we already use "%1$" style formats elsewhere?
I'm afraid that they are not supported everywhere.

-- Hannes
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