dom/chrome/security/csp.properties
author Masahiko Imanaka <chimantaea_mirabilis@yahoo.co.jp>
Thu, 08 Nov 2012 23:40:33 +0900
changeset 887 aebc64ee1275d03d9500737ed375ddcff832b1d8
parent 772 db9c6c88732809cdd9baf11636878b85763f4160
child 1065 048585076988079eebc670e2e09456b40d614e26
permissions -rw-r--r--
18.0: sync dom and security with en-US rev114006:d0a3931168de

## (^m^) 未訳
# This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
# License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
# file, You can obtain one at http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/.

# CSP Warnings:
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (directiveViolated):
# %1$S is the directive that has been violated.
directiveViolated		= Directive %1$S violated
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (directiveViolatedWithURI):
# %1$S is the directive that has been violated.
# %2$S is the URI of the resource which violated the directive.
directiveViolatedWithURI	= Directive %1$S violated by %2$S
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (triedToSendReport):
# %1$S is the URI we attempted to send a report to.
triedToSendReport		= Tried to send report to invalid URI: "%1$S"
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (errorWas):
# %1$S is the error resulting from attempting to send the report
errorWas			= error was: "%1$S"
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (couldNotParseReportURI):
# %1$S is the report URI that could not be parsed
couldNotParseReportURI		= couldn't parse report URI: %1$S
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (couldNotProcessUnknownDirective):
# %1$S is the unknown directive
couldNotProcessUnknownDirective	= Couldn't process unknown directive '%1$S'
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (doNotUnderstandOption):
# %1$S is the option that could not be understood
doNotUnderstandOption		= don't understand option '%1$S'.  Ignoring it.
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (notETLDPlus1):
# %1$S is the ETLD of the report URI that could not be used
notETLDPlus1			= can't use report URI from non-matching eTLD+1: %1$S
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (notSameScheme):
# %1$S is the report URI that could not be used
notSameScheme			= can't use report URI with different scheme from originating document: %1$S
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (notSamePort):
# %1$S is the report URI that could not be used
notSamePort			= can't use report URI with different port from originating document: %1$S
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (pageCannotSendReportsTo):
# %1$S is the URI of the page with the policy
# %2$S is the report URI that could not be used
pageCannotSendReportsTo		= page on %1$S cannot send reports to %2$S
allowOrDefaultSrcRequired	= 'allow' or 'default-src' directive required but not present.  Reverting to "default-src 'none'"
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (failedToParseUnrecognizedSource):
# %1$S is the CSP Source that could not be parsed
failedToParseUnrecognizedSource	= Failed to parse unrecognized source %1$S
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (reportPostRedirect):
# %1$S is the specified report URI before redirect
reportPostRedirect		= Post of violation report to %1$S failed, as a redirect occurred
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (allowDirectiveDeprecated):
allowDirectiveDeprecated	= allow directive is deprecated, use the equivalent default-source directive instead

# CSP Errors:
policyURINotAlone		= policy-uri directive can only appear alone
noParentRequest = The policy-uri cannot be fetched without a parent request and a CSP.
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (policyURIParseError):
# %1$S is the URI that could not be parsed
policyURIParseError		= could not parse URI in policy URI: %1$S
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (nonMatchingHost):
# %1$S is the URI host that does not match
nonMatchingHost			= can't fetch policy uri from non-matching hostname: %1$S
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (nonMatchingPort):
# %1$S is the URI port that does not match
nonMatchingPort			= can't fetch policy uri from non-matching port: %1$S
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (nonMatchingScheme):
# %1$S is the URI scheme that does not match
nonMatchingScheme		= can't fetch policy uri from non-matching scheme: %1$S
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (errorFetchingPolicy):
# %1$S is the error that caused fetching to fail
errorFetchingPolicy		= Error fetching policy-uri: %1$S
cspSourceNotURI			= Provided argument is not an nsIURI
argumentIsNotString		= Provided argument is not a string
selfDataNotProvided		= Can't use 'self' if self data is not provided
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (uriWithoutScheme):
# %1$S is the URI without a scheme
uriWithoutScheme		= can't parse a URI without a scheme: %1$S
selfKeywordNoSelfData		= self keyword used, but no self data specified
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (couldntParseInvalidSource):
# %1$S is the source that could not be parsed
couldntParseInvalidSource	= Couldn't parse invalid source %1$S
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (hostSourceWithoutData):
# %1$S is the source
hostSourceWithoutData		= Can't create host-only source %1$S without 'self' data
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (sourceWithoutData):
# %1$S is the source
sourceWithoutData		= Can't create source %1$S without 'self' data
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (couldntParseInvalidHost):
# %1$S is the host that's invalid
couldntParseInvalidHost		= Couldn't parse invalid host %1$S
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (couldntParseScheme):
# %1$S is the string source
couldntParseScheme		= Couldn't parse scheme in %1$S
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (couldntParsePort):
# %1$S is the string source
couldntParsePort		= Couldn't parse port in %1$S
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (notIntersectPort):
# %1$S is one source we tried to intersect
# %2$S is the other
notIntersectPort		= Could not intersect %1$S with %2$S due to port problems.
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (notIntersectScheme):
# %1$S is one source we tried to intersect
# %2$S is the other
notIntersectScheme		= Could not intersect %1$S with %2$S due to scheme problems.
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (intersectingSourceWithUndefinedHost):
# %1$S is the source
intersectingSourceWithUndefinedHost	= intersecting source with undefined host: %1$S
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (intersectingSourcesWithUndefinedHosts):
# %1$S is the first source
# %2$S is the second source
intersectingSourcesWithUndefinedHosts	= intersecting two sources with undefined hosts: %1$S and %2$S
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (duplicateDirective):
# %1$S is the name of the duplicate directive
duplicateDirective		= Duplicate %1$S directives detected.  All but the first instance will be ignored.