Jim Fulton wrote:
Jim Fulton wrote:

in zope/app/form/__init__.py there is a method used to translate
widget labels that passes "zope" as a domain.  This means that
labels that are not message ids get the zope domain.  At best, this
hides i18n bugs.  At worst, this will lead to undesired translations.
I think it's a bad idea to provide a default domain.

I'd like to fix this, but if I do, some tests will break.
It appears that these tests are just trying to test that
translation happens.  I think I could just fix the tests by
having them use message ids rather than using ordinary unicode

I'll do this in a couple of days if no one objects. :)

Or better yet, we could stop having widgets translate
their own labels and hints, since this seems to be getting
done in the templates that use the labels and hints, leading to
double translation.

This is what I will do if I don't get any objections. :)

I went ahead and did this last night.  I can back it out of necessary.


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