[wp-hackers] Re: Translation problems after automatic plugin upgrade
derek at amphibian.info
Mon Feb 2 18:22:01 GMT 2009
Looks like one user who had this problem under 2.6 has *not* had it
reoccur under 2.7 - so that's good news. However, another user is
*still* having this problem under 2.7. He's running a pretty standard
setup - Linux box, PHP 5.2.
I haven't gotten many reports of this, and the plugin is currently
translated into about 8 languages, so I can only conclude that this is
an edge-case problem, especially under 2.7.
On Feb 1, 9:35 pm, DD32 <wordpr... at dd32.id.au> wrote:
> I think it would've definately been a problem under 2.6, It had a list
> of file types to select between Ascii or binary for, IIRC, that list
> didnt specify .mo, so it would've been left to the server config..
> However, 2.7 includes a detection method for that sort of thing (If it
> contains any non-ascii its treated as a binary file).. So it should
> happen automatically for 2.7.
> Of course.. That doesnt mean there wasnt a bug in my implementation of
> it (I have to admit, I never tested .mo's, only images.. which are
> 2009/2/2 Derek Hogue <de... at amphibian.info>:
> > Jennifer, DD32,
> > Thanks for the responses ... I was unaware that .mo files were binary,
> > that makes sense that this could be the problem.
> > I'll gather more server data from the users who've had problems. I
> > know for sure that one report was from someone running the 2.6 branch,
> > but another was just yesterday, so I'm assuming it was from 2.7.
> > The plugin is GigPress -http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/gigpress
> > The .mo files were created using POEdit, and committed to the
> > repository using Versions.
> > I can't help but wonder why I haven't heard any other reports of this
> > though. Googling this brought up nothing.
> > Best,
> > Derek
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