In OpenGrok also the use of identifiers is listed with the Full Search
(i.e. here in unoprov.cxx), this could be used to track where in code it
is used, but in this case only reveals an entry in an array
RID_SVXSTR_BMP, which you could track further but without code knowledge
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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] Definition of "Parchment Studio"
Þann fim 31.maí 2018 11:01, skrifaði Eike Rathke:
> Hi Sveinn,
> On Thursday, 2018-05-31 10:26:48 +0000, Sveinn í Felli wrote:
>> Does anyone have a clue what "Parchment Studio" stands for in
>> libo_ui/svx/messages.po ?
>> From the context of nearest strings this could be from a slide layout or
>> templating process.
> It's a background bitmap in Impress.
>> #. 5FiBd
>> #: include/svx/strings.hrc:791
>> msgctxt "RID_SVXSTR_BMP18"
>> msgid "Parchment Studio"
>> msgstr ""
>> P.S: I never find anything translation related using the search at
>> https://cgit.freedesktop.org/libreoffice, is there a better web/git
>> interface somewhere? Or is it just me doing it incorrectly?
> Go to https://opengrok.libreoffice.org/ and enter the msgctxt
> RID_SVXSTR_BMP18 into the Full Search field, which reveals a file
> strings.hrc in /core/include/svx/
> Click on the "#define RID_SVXSTR_BMP18 NC_(...)" link and you are taken
> https://opengrok.libreoffice.org/xref/core/include/svx/strings.hrc#791 > where the string can be seen in the context of other definitions
> surrounding it, sometimes may help, sometimes not.. also, knowing that
> BMP is a common abbreviation for BitMaP gives a hint.
> In OpenGrok also the use of identifiers is listed with the Full Search
> (i.e. here in unoprov.cxx), this could be used to track where in code it
> is used, but in this case only reveals an entry in an array
> RID_SVXSTR_BMP, which you could track further but without code knowledge
> doesn't help.