Make WordPress Core

09/01/2019 05:12:43 PM (5 years ago)

I18N: Improve translator comments.

  • Add missing translator comments.
  • Fix placement of some translator comments. Translator comments should be on the line directly above the line containing the translation function call for optimal compatibility with various .pot file generation tools. The CS auto-fixing, which changed some inconsistent function calls to multi-line function calls, is part of the reason why this was no longer the case for a select group of translator comments.

Includes minor code layout fixes.

Polyglots, rejoice! All WordPress core files now have translator comments for all strings with placeholders!

Props jrf, subrataemfluence, GaryJ, webdados, Dency, swissspidy, alvarogois, marcomartins, mihaiiceyro, vladwtz, niq1982, flipkeijzer, michielatyoast, chandrapatel, thrijith, joshuanoyce, FesoVik, tessak22, bhaktirajdev, cleancoded, dhavalkasvala, garrett-eclipse, bibliofille, socalchristina, priyankkpatel, 5hel2l2y, adamsilverstein, JeffPaul, pierlo, SergeyBiryukov.
Fixes #44360.

1 edited


  • trunk/src/wp-admin/about.php

    r45676 r45926  
    7878                    if ( current_user_can( 'install_plugins' ) ) {
    7979                        printf(
    80                             /* translators: 1: link to /wp-admin/site-health.php 2: link to /wp-admin/site-health.php?tab=debug */
     80                            /* translators: 1: link to /wp-admin/site-health.php, 2: link to /wp-admin/site-health.php?tab=debug */
    8181                            __( ' <a href="%1$s">Check your site status</a>, and <a href="%2$s">learn how to debug issues</a>.' ),
    8282                            admin_url( 'site-health.php' ),
    143143                    <?php
    144144                    printf(
    145                         /* translators: 1: wp_body_open 2: <body> */
     145                        /* translators: 1: wp_body_open, 2: <body> */
    146146                        __( '5.2 introduces a %1$s hook, which lets themes support injecting code right at the beginning of the %2$s element.' ),
    147147                        '<code>wp_body_open</code>',
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