[PATCH] po: Remove bad characters (C2 & A0) from french translations.

Christian Costa titan.costa at gmail.com
Wed Mar 14 17:54:49 CDT 2012

Le 14/03/2012 03:08, Julian Rüger a écrit :
> Am Dienstag, den 13.03.2012, 14:51 +0100 schrieb Frédéric Delanoy:
>> On Tue, Mar 13, 2012 at 11:52, Christian Costa<titan.costa at gmail.com>  wrote:
>>> This string exists in native devenum and thus is subject to translation so I
>>> just have to
>>> find why regedit displays it badly when editing the registry. Wine traces
>>> functions also
>>> but I would it is more normal.
>> Hmm... odd indeed
> I think regedit uses the ANSI codepage for the registry, while the
> translations are in UTF-8. I experienced this when importing .reg-files
> in UTF-8 with special characters in them.
> The umlauts in the German translation of regedit's GUI however, are
> displayed correctly. Is your nbsp part of the GUI or a registry-key? I
> would guess the second.
Yes it's a registry-key. It's a prefix string in resource (which is thus 
subject to translation).
I checked what I did and finally it seems to be displayed correctly in 
regedit. I think I confused myself.
However in trace I get "DirectSound\00a0: default". The "A0" is there 
but nothing of "C2". Strange.


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