I have a problem getting SayUnixTime to say the time in French.
Each time it wants to say the number of seconds it aborts with a missing file.
The code in say.c (more specifically I believe the one in ast_say_date_with_format_fr) tries to get the sound file from “digits/second” but both “second” and “seconds” are not in that directory but the one just above that.
Removing “digits/” would not be enough though because when “second” was translated into French they did not translate it into the unit of time but actually in “2nd” (ie as in first, second, third, etc…) and unfortunately in French this is not pronounced the same as the unit of time (“deuxième” vs “seconde”).
(We can also say “second” but this is not how it was translated and it is not pronounced the same way as the unit of time either (seconde).)
Fortunately in French both “second” (“seconde”) and “seconds” (“secondes”) are pronounced exactly the same (the “s” is not pronounced) so the “seconds” file could be used…
Where can I check if I have the latest and greatest sound files to see if the problem is still present there (I know the current source code looks for “digits/second” as I have just checked minutes ago)?
And, if it’s truly a bug, where can I report it?
Thank you and have a nice day!