RFR 8215994 : JDK 12 l10n resource file update - msg drop 10

li.jiang at oracle.com li.jiang at oracle.com
Thu Jan 3 00:14:50 UTC 2019

On 1/3/19 12:57 AM, Alan Bateman wrote:
> On 02/01/2019 16:29, li.jiang at oracle.com wrote:
>> On 1/3/19 12:05 AM, Lindenmaier, Goetz wrote:
>>>>> I found some I10n changes that never made it to the main lines:
>>>>> jdk10u:
>>> ...
>>>> those translations pushed to jdk-update/jdk<N>u don't need to be 
>>>> forward
>>>> ported as they will be superseded by the translation drops like this 
>>>> one.
>>> No, the changes I mention did not make it to 11 or 12.  They were made
>>> by Oracle in the hidden jdk><N>u branches and then released to the 
>>> public.
>>> For the jdk10u changes I checked that they can be applied cleanly to
>>> jdk11.0.1, so those translations are missing there.
>> Even you can apply cleanly the patch, but pls don't. Normally it means 
>> you would override the correct translation. As I had explained to 
>> Kevin, the translation got refreshed in every msg drop. The msg drop 
>> will fix the translation automatically.

Yes, if no conflict. But still not necessary. Every time message drop 
run, each line of messages in all of resource files are got refreshed 
according to accurate translation in translation memory. So actually a 
msg drop changeset is a patch to all of resource files.
> I think you mean the translations for Japanese and Simplified Chinese 
> here. I assume it's not an issue if Goetz brings forward changes to 
> other translations, assuming they are still accurate, as they will not 
> conflict with your message drops.
> -Alan

More information about the jdk-dev mailing list