GNOME Bugzilla – Bug 760429
[PATCH] gsound-play --help shows translated characters as question marks on some locales
Last modified: 2019-02-08 22:09:10 UTC
Please see the attached patch. gsound-play should call setlocale in main function in order to correctly show translated messages.
Running 'gsound-play --help' with zh_TW.UTF-8 locale shows:
-h, --help ???????
-i, --id=STRING Event sound identifier
-f, --file=PATH Play file
-d, --description=STRING Event sound description
-c, --cache-control=STRING Cache control (permanent, volatile, never
-l, --loop=INTEGER Loop many times (default: 1)
-V, --volume=STRING A floating point dB value for the sample volume (ex: 0.0)
-b, --backend=STRING libcanberra backend to use
Created attachment 318697 [details] [review]
gsound-play: Call setlocale in main function
It is required to correctly show translated messages on some locales.
I hope this can be resolved soon ... The patch has stayed in bugzilla for 5 months without being reviewed.
The patch has stayed in bugzilla for 7 months without being reviewed. Can it be reviewed soon?
Hello, the patch has stayed in bugzilla for 2 years now, and it is a trivial patch. Can we get it reviewed?
Ping ... Please review the patch. It is trivial.
This has been merged:
Sorry about the delay.