Current release is 2.1.5
(31 Oct 2014).
Users who have not yet upgraded to 2.1 should get security release 22.214.171.124
(1 Nov 2014). We will stop providing these security releases to 2.0 at the end of this year.
Plural function receives 3 arguments: number, single and plural form. There are 2 problems:
1. Some languages have more than 2 forms.
2. Some phrases with numerals are the same in english ("1 new" and "10 new").
2.1. And because of that Vanilla authors did not pluralize such phrases
(quick tip: search for "%s new", there are three occurrences, and all of them are not plural and some of them even not translatable [no T() call]).
There are solutions for all of these problems, but maybe something could be done with Plural function itself to make it work better.
Currently possible solutions:
1. For third plural form use some kind of suffix (e.g., "_many")and add it to original string.
2. Make Plural function check if single form is the same as plural, and if they are, add another suffix.
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