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SubjectRE: [STATUS 2.5] July 10, 2002
Hi,

On Wed, 10 Jul 2002, Perches, Joe wrote:
> Do we really need to have the equivalent of:
> printk(tr("Context string %s: %d"),tr("some string"),value);
> translate/lookups? Why? If so, is this facility supposed to be
> run-time or compile-time?

Ah, I see. Somewhen I have some piece of english text that I want to send
to some japanese people, and when I do C-X in my pine, it gets translated
to japanese automatically by the kernel network layer...

Regards,
Thunder
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