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[bug-gettext] Re: xgettext and universal character names (\uXXXX and \UX
[bug-gettext] Re: xgettext and universal character names (\uXXXX and \UXXXXXXXX)
Thu, 24 Mar 2011 08:56:08 +0100
> > Say I want to translate the following:
> > std::cout << "This is a translated string \u00A0 \U000020AC \n";
> > xgettext extracts the following text:
> > msgid "This is a translated string \\u00A0 \\U000020AC \n"
> > So xgettext doesn't seem to recognize \uXXXX or \UXXXXXXXX
> > It just escapes the backslashes (as opposed to \n in this example).
> > think it should output instead:
> > msgid "This is a translated string \u00A0 \U000020AC \n"
> > Is this a bug or did I get something wrong? If it's a bug is there
> > any plan or idea how to fix it?
> It does appear to be an issue, but this bug report should be sent to
> bug-gnu-gettext, which I am CC:ing to now.
Because bug-gnu-gettext now redirects to bug-gettext I'd like to repost
it here (I recently posted it on bug-gnu-utils). Has anybody an opinion
or an idea how to solve this?
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