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Alex Eng aeng at redhat.com
Thu Jul 16 04:22:52 UTC 2015


Zanata stores source string information if there comments in the source 

I've attached a screenshot. You will need to expend the information 
section of the source string by clicking on the highlighted square below 
the source string.


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On 16/07/15 14:09, KATO Tomoyuki wrote:
>> One question I have is how I can know a specific string comes
>> from which part of codes. I often check the source code to
>> check its context, but I don't see any information from Zanata interface.
>> Some message is too short to grep codes, so location information is nice.
>> For example, I see one word message "of" and it is not easy to find out it
>> in the code.
>> Is there any convenient way to know this kind of information?
>> (Transifex provides this information and I usually use the information.)
> I think this is derived from our language "po" files don't contain filenames
> and line numbers any more.
> In my guess, Transifex display this information from the same msgid as
> the corresponding "pot" file.
> So, I think we need to consult Zanata team.
> KATO Tomoyuki
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