Android gd language repacks are failing with 04:51:28 ERROR - res/values/strings.xml:824: error: Apostrophe not preceded by \ (in A' tòiseachadh le Firefox) Relevant log at https://tbpl.mozilla.org/php/getParsedLog.php?id=24880965#error6 Finding a regression range will be challenging since Android language repacks were broken for quite a long time and just restored by Bug 887115; please accept my apologies.
This doesn't seem to be present in Firefox 23 strings, do you have more clues that could help us, like an entity name?
(In reply to Dwayne Bailey from comment #1) > This doesn't seem to be present in Firefox 23 strings, do you have more > clues that could help us, like an entity name? It's # LOCALIZATION NOTE (bookmarks_aboutHome): # link title for about:home #define bookmarks_aboutHome A' tòiseachadh le Firefox from http://hg.mozilla.org/l10n-central/gd/file/e24ff7030420/mobile/profile/bookmarks.inc#l28
(In reply to Nick Alexander :nalexander from comment #2) > (In reply to Dwayne Bailey from comment #1) > > This doesn't seem to be present in Firefox 23 strings, do you have more > > clues that could help us, like an entity name? > > It's > > # LOCALIZATION NOTE (bookmarks_aboutHome): > # link title for about:home > #define bookmarks_aboutHome A' tòiseachadh le Firefox > > from > > http://hg.mozilla.org/l10n-central/gd/file/e24ff7030420/mobile/profile/ > bookmarks.inc#l28 OK this is on central and we only translate GD in Aurora The issue is not present in https://hg.mozilla.org/releases/l10n/mozilla-aurora/gd/file/8da260ef9198/mobile/profile/bookmarks.inc and neither in mozilla-beta or mozilla-release. Just on central, and my guess, based on dates, that this is a really old translation. So I'm not sure what would need to be done, but we're probably the least able to easily fix that. So I hope you can fix it by just removing that string. Summary rant. This is the most idiotic part of localising for Android, expecting humans to follow some random rule when a machine can do the job properly and better. I'm sorry that we've all had to waste so much time on a bad implementation decision :)
This only impacts Central not users