Ctrl-F2 fails if there is a tab inside a C string
|Assignee:||Iñaki Zabala||% Done:|
If there is a tab char inside a C string, syncronize translation files fails from that string so no more t_(" ") strings will be added to the .t file from that C string.
str = t_("First sentence"); // "First sentence" goes to .t file
str = "There is a tab ' ' here";
str = t_("Second sentence"); // "Second sentence" and the rest from here does not go to .t file
#2 Updated by Miroslav Fidler about 9 years ago
- Assignee changed from Miroslav Fidler to Iñaki Zabala
Not sure I quite understand this. Tab (I mean ASCII 9 byte, not \n escape) in string is AFAIK illegal in C/C++. Thus the file is ill-formed and it is only logicall that it is not parsed...
What am I missing?