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    • Karl Ove Hufthammer's avatar
      Don’t extract QML strings as Java printf strings · 903f4ec9
      Karl Ove Hufthammer authored
      The percentage sign in strings like ‘%1% charging’ couldn’t
      be properly translated in the resulting POT file. For example,
      translating it to ‘%1 % charging’ (some languages use a space
      before the percentage sign) resulted in an invalid Java printf
      string (but a valid QML string), which was reject by msgfmt.
      
      (cherry picked from commit 6811816a)
      903f4ec9
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