Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #30439, comment 27


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  • Ticket #30439, comment 27

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    6 I understand the problem better now. Michal is correct, changes in one .po file should not affect other .po files. I don't need more than 2 forms (one singular, one plural) in my translation file and it makes things complicated. Running makemessages in Django 2.2 doesn't change my po files. I can't edit each file manually and add a third and fourth strings, which are identical to the second. I prefer to keep using Django 2.1 until this issue is resolved. I can understand now that in some languages more than 2 forms are required, which may be also the case in Hebrew, but at least I want to keep what worked until now to keep working. If I decide to introduce more plural forms later, let me do it manually in my own .po files and don't force me to rely on changes to the .po files of Django. I don't think it makes sense that one .po file (the first one loaded) is more "important" than others and would force all the other .po files to change because of changes in the first file.
     6I understand the problem better now. Michal is correct, changes in one .po file should not affect other .po files. I don't need more than 2 forms (one singular, one plural) in my translation files and it makes things complicated. Running makemessages in Django 2.2 doesn't change my po files. I can't edit each file manually and add a third and fourth strings, which are identical to the second. I prefer to keep using Django 2.1 until this issue is resolved. I can understand now that in some languages more than 2 forms are required, which may be also the case in Hebrew, but at least I want to keep what worked until now to keep working. If I decide to introduce more plural forms later, let me do it manually in my own .po files and don't force me to rely on changes to the .po files of Django. I don't think it makes sense that one .po file (the first one loaded) is more "important" than others and would force all the other .po files to change because of changes in the first file.
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