Bug 1020222 - Remove unused l10n strings; r=mratcliffe
authorJoe Walker <jwalker@mozilla.com>
Sun, 08 Jun 2014 22:33:50 +0100
changeset 187415 f2f51353b58ff935c46eba07e7921730ab1da9c7
parent 187414 776897298340eda860b5f9574c0c4b2587e82ae5
child 187416 7f8297600c9a52a0c5a6e2dc793a9f32d148be30
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Bug 1020222 - Remove unused l10n strings; r=mratcliffe
browser/locales/en-US/chrome/browser/devtools/gcli.properties
--- a/browser/locales/en-US/chrome/browser/devtools/gcli.properties
+++ b/browser/locales/en-US/chrome/browser/devtools/gcli.properties
@@ -75,29 +75,16 @@ fileErrIsNotFile='%1$S' is not a file
 # filename
 fileErrIsNotDirectory='%1$S' is not a directory
 
 # LOCALIZATION NOTE: Error message given when a file argument does not match
 # the specified regular expression %1$S is a filename %2$S is a regular
 # expression
 fileErrDoesntMatch='%1$S' does not match '%2$S'
 
-# LOCALIZATION NOTE: When a command has a parameter that has a number of
-# pre-defined options the user interface presents these in a drop-down menu,
-# where the first 'option' is an indicator that a selection should be made.
-# This string describes that first option.
-fieldSelectionSelect=Select a %S…
-
-# LOCALIZATION NOTE (fieldArrayAdd, fieldArrayDel): When a command has a
-# parameter that can be repeated multiple times (e.g. like the 'cat a.txt
-# b.txt' command) the user interface presents buttons to add and remove
-# arguments. This string is used to add arguments.
-fieldArrayAdd=Add
-fieldArrayDel=Delete
-
 # LOCALIZATION NOTE: When the menu has displayed all the matches that it
 # should (i.e. about 10 items) then we display this to alert the user that
 # more matches are available.
 fieldMenuMore=More matches, keep typing
 
 # LOCALIZATION NOTE: The command line provides completion for JavaScript
 # commands, however there are times when the scope of what we're completing
 # against can't be used. This error message is displayed when this happens.
@@ -181,20 +168,16 @@ helpManRequired=required
 helpManOptional=optional
 helpManDefault=optional, default=%S
 
 # LOCALIZATION NOTE: Text shown as part of the output of the 'help' command
 # when the command in question has sub-commands, before a list of the matching
 # sub-commands.
 subCommands=Sub-Commands
 
-# LOCALIZATION NOTE: Text shown as part of the output of the 'help' command
-# when the command in question should have sub-commands but in fact has none.
-subCommandsNone=None
-
 # LOCALIZATION NOTE (contextDesc, contextManual, contextPrefixDesc): These
 # strings are used to describe the 'context' command and its 'prefix'
 # parameter. See localization comment for 'connect' for an explanation about
 # 'prefix'.
 contextDesc=Concentrate on a group of commands
 contextManual=Setup a default prefix to future commands. For example 'context git' would allow you to type 'commit' rather than 'git commit'.
 contextPrefixDesc=The command prefix
 
@@ -221,35 +204,29 @@ connectMethodDesc=The method of connecti
 connectUrlDesc=The URL to connect to
 connectDupReply=Connection called %S already exists.
 
 # LOCALIZATION NOTE: The output of the 'connect' command, telling the user
 # what it has done. Parameters: %S is the prefix command. See localization
 # comment for 'connect' for an explanation about 'prefix'.
 connectReply=Added %S commands.
 
-# LOCALIZATION NOTE (disconnectDesc2, disconnectManual2, disconnectPrefixDesc,
-# disconnectForceDesc): These strings describe the 'disconnect' command and
+# LOCALIZATION NOTE (disconnectDesc2, disconnectManual2,
+# disconnectPrefixDesc): These strings describe the 'disconnect' command and
 # all its available parameters. See localization comment for 'connect' for an
 # explanation about 'prefix'.
 disconnectDesc2=Disconnect from server
 disconnectManual2=Disconnect from a server currently connected for remote commands execution
 disconnectPrefixDesc=Parent prefix for imported commands
-disconnectForceDesc=Ignore outstanding requests
 
 # LOCALIZATION NOTE: This is the output of the 'disconnect' command,
 # explaining the user what has been done. Parameters: %S is the number of
 # commands removed.
 disconnectReply=Removed %S commands.
 
-# LOCALIZATION NOTE: This error message is displayed when the user attempts to
-# disconnect before all requests have completed. Parameters: %S is a list of
-# incomplete requests.
-disconnectOutstanding=Outstanding requests (%S)
-
 # LOCALIZATION NOTE (globalDesc, globalWindowDesc, globalOutput): These
 # strings describe the 'global' command and its parameters
 globalDesc=Change the JS global
 globalWindowDesc=The new window/global
 globalOutput=JS global is now %S
 
 # LOCALIZATION NOTE: These strings describe the 'clear' command
 clearDesc=Clear the output area
@@ -284,23 +261,16 @@ prefShowSettingValue=%1$S: %2$S
 # describe the 'pref set' command and all its parameters.
 prefSetDesc=Alter a setting
 prefSetManual=Alter preferences defined by the environment
 prefSetSettingDesc=Setting to alter
 prefSetSettingManual=The name of the setting to alter.
 prefSetValueDesc=New value for setting
 prefSetValueManual=The new value for the specified setting
 
-# LOCALIZATION NOTE (prefSetCheckHeading, prefSetCheckBody, prefSetCheckGo):
-# These strings are displayed to the user the first time they try to alter a
-# setting.
-prefSetCheckHeading=This might void your warranty!
-prefSetCheckBody=Changing these advanced settings can be harmful to the stability, security, and performance of this application. You should only continue if you are sure of what you are doing.
-prefSetCheckGo=I'll be careful, I promise!
-
 # LOCALIZATION NOTE (prefResetDesc, prefResetManual, prefResetSettingDesc,
 # prefResetSettingManual): These strings describe the 'pref reset' command and
 # all its parameters.
 prefResetDesc=Reset a setting
 prefResetManual=Reset the value of a setting to the system defaults
 prefResetSettingDesc=Setting to reset
 prefResetSettingManual=The name of the setting to reset to the system default value
 
@@ -333,13 +303,8 @@ introTextGo=Got it!
 # LOCALIZATION NOTE: This is a short description of the 'hideIntro' setting.
 hideIntroDesc=Show the initial welcome message
 
 # LOCALIZATION NOTE: This is a description of the 'eagerHelper' setting. It's
 # displayed when the user asks for help on the settings. eagerHelper allows
 # users to select between showing no tooltips, permanent tooltips, and only
 # important tooltips.
 eagerHelperDesc=How eager are the tooltips
-
-# LOCALIZATION NOTE: This text is displayed at the top of the output for the
-# help command, just before the list of commands. This text is wrapped inside
-# a link to a localized MDN article.
-introBody=For more information see MDN.