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/freedoms.php

    r45660 r45926  
    115115        $themes_url  = current_user_can( 'switch_themes' ) ? admin_url( 'themes.php' ) : __( '' );
    116116        printf(
    117             /* translators: %s: */
     117            /* translators: 1: URL to Plugins screen, 2: URL to Themes screen, 3: */
    118118            __( 'Every plugin and theme in;s directory is 100%% GPL or a similarly free and compatible license, so you can feel safe finding <a href="%1$s">plugins</a> and <a href="%2$s">themes</a> there. If you get a plugin or theme from another source, make sure to <a href="%3$s">ask them if it&#8217;s GPL</a> first. If they don&#8217;t respect the WordPress license, we don&#8217;t recommend them.' ),
    119119            $plugins_url,
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