[wp-hackers] Translation problems after automatic plugin upgrade

DD32 wordpress at dd32.id.au
Sun Feb 1 23:14:41 GMT 2009

Binary vs. Ascii would indeed be the cause of it.

What WP Versions, Which plugin (An exact plugin helps sometimes, not
all .mo's are going to be the same), Do you have a setup which has the
same problem that you can do some testing on? etc.

2009/2/2 Jennifer Hodgdon <yahgrp at poplarware.com>:
> This is only a wild guess, but is it possible that the plugin upgrade code
> is incorrectly transferring the MO files using ASCII instead of binary mode
> (they are binary files, unlike PO and POT files, which are plain text)?
>   --Jennifer
> Derek Hogue wrote:
>> Some users of my plugin have been reporting for awhile that after
>> performing an automatic plugin upgrade, the plugin is no longer displaying
>> in their localized language.  The .mo files are indeed in their correct
>> location, but they will not load.  Downloading the plugin manually and
>> re-uploading the .mo files via FTP fixes the problem.
> --
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