Indonesian Language and Legacy Language Codes
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Picking up the recent discussion regarding new language commit (
There is a problem with the workflow between Weblate and Android Studio when it comes to languages that have two language code - such as the Indonesian language ("id" and "in"). See also:
The solution discussed in the above mentioned commit works: Prior to a built of the app the most recent version of the translation (
strings.xml) gets copied over to the legacy language folder - in this case to
The problem now is that Weblate warns me that the app has "several translation files mapped to single language" (see screenshot).
I am now somewhat unsure what to do next.
@zmni @comradekingu - I moved the discussion over to this Issue here, to better keep track of it.
For Indonesian language, I think it is safe to omit
idfrom the source entirely as AOSP apps also only use
inin their sources . Or maybe you can try use a symlink like f-droid did (I'm not developer, I don't know how this symlink thing actually work, just pass on info on how other devs handle this issue.).