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Patch 7.2.092
Problem:    Some error messages are not translated.
Solution:   Add _() around the messages. (Dominique Pelle)
Files:	    src/eval.c


*** ../vim-7.2.091/src/eval.c	Sun Dec 21 13:02:47 2008
--- src/eval.c	Sat Jan 24 12:22:47 2009
***************
*** 7918,7926 ****
      else if (!aborting())
      {
  	if (argcount == MAX_FUNC_ARGS)
! 	    emsg_funcname("E740: Too many arguments for function %s", name);
  	else
! 	    emsg_funcname("E116: Invalid arguments for function %s", name);
      }
  
      while (--argcount >= 0)
--- 7918,7926 ----
      else if (!aborting())
      {
  	if (argcount == MAX_FUNC_ARGS)
! 	    emsg_funcname(N_("E740: Too many arguments for function %s"), name);
  	else
! 	    emsg_funcname(N_("E116: Invalid arguments for function %s"), name);
      }
  
      while (--argcount >= 0)
***************
*** 8153,8158 ****
--- 8153,8159 ----
  
  /*
   * Give an error message with a function name.  Handle <SNR> things.
+  * "ermsg" is to be passed without translation, use N_() instead of _().
   */
      static void
  emsg_funcname(ermsg, name)
***************
*** 19867,19873 ****
  		}
  	    }
  	    else
! 		emsg_funcname("E123: Undefined function: %s", name);
  	}
  	goto ret_free;
      }
--- 19868,19874 ----
  		}
  	    }
  	    else
! 		emsg_funcname(N_("E123: Undefined function: %s"), name);
  	}
  	goto ret_free;
      }
***************
*** 19911,19917 ****
  						      : eval_isnamec(arg[j])))
  		++j;
  	    if (arg[j] != NUL)
! 		emsg_funcname(_(e_invarg2), arg);
  	}
      }
  
--- 19912,19918 ----
  						      : eval_isnamec(arg[j])))
  		++j;
  	    if (arg[j] != NUL)
! 		emsg_funcname(e_invarg2, arg);
  	}
      }
  
***************
*** 20183,20189 ****
  	v = find_var(name, &ht);
  	if (v != NULL && v->di_tv.v_type == VAR_FUNC)
  	{
! 	    emsg_funcname("E707: Function name conflicts with variable: %s",
  									name);
  	    goto erret;
  	}
--- 20184,20190 ----
  	v = find_var(name, &ht);
  	if (v != NULL && v->di_tv.v_type == VAR_FUNC)
  	{
! 	    emsg_funcname(N_("E707: Function name conflicts with variable: %s"),
  									name);
  	    goto erret;
  	}
***************
*** 20198,20204 ****
  	    }
  	    if (fp->uf_calls > 0)
  	    {
! 		emsg_funcname("E127: Cannot redefine function %s: It is in use",
  									name);
  		goto erret;
  	    }
--- 20199,20205 ----
  	    }
  	    if (fp->uf_calls > 0)
  	    {
! 		emsg_funcname(N_("E127: Cannot redefine function %s: It is in use"),
  									name);
  		goto erret;
  	    }
***************
*** 21477,21483 ****
  
  /*
   * Return TRUE if items in "fc" do not have "copyID".  That means they are not
!  * referenced from anywyere.
   */
      static int
  can_free_funccal(fc, copyID)
--- 21478,21484 ----
  
  /*
   * Return TRUE if items in "fc" do not have "copyID".  That means they are not
!  * referenced from anywhere.
   */
      static int
  can_free_funccal(fc, copyID)
*** ../vim-7.2.091/src/version.c	Wed Jan 28 16:03:51 2009
--- src/version.c	Wed Jan 28 19:05:47 2009
***************
*** 678,679 ****
--- 678,681 ----
  {   /* Add new patch number below this line */
+ /**/
+     92,
  /**/


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