Tom Lane a ecrit le 13/09/2006 18:05:
Guillaume Lelarge <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
diff -r1.89 print.c
853c853
<                                    snprintf(record_str, 64, "* Record %lu", 
record++);
---
snprintf(record_str, 64, _("* Record %lu"), record++);
855c855
<                                    snprintf(record_str, 64, "[ RECORD %lu ]", 
record++);
---
snprintf(record_str, 64, _("[ RECORD %lu ]"), record++);


Hm, these strings were never localizable in previous versions; if we
make them so, do we risk breaking any code that examines psql output?


Don't know but I always thought tools shoudn't rely on strings output.

What about the equivalent headers in the other output formats?


Which one ? can you give me an example ?

Regards.


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Guillaume.

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