source: non-gtk/bash.3.2.bg.po @ 1108

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1# Bulgarian translation of bash po-file.
2# Copyright (C) 2007,  Free Software Foundation, Inc.
3# This file is distributed under the same license as the bash package.
4# Alexander Shopov <ash@contact.bg>, 2007.
5#
6msgid ""
7msgstr ""
8"Project-Id-Version: bash 3.2\n"
9"POT-Creation-Date: 2005-10-03 17:31-0400\n"
10"PO-Revision-Date: 2007-04-02 01:21+0300\n"
11"Last-Translator: Alexander Shopov <ash@contact.bg>\n"
12"Language-Team: Bulgarian <dict@fsa-bg.org>\n"
13"MIME-Version: 1.0\n"
14"Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8\n"
15"Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit\n"
16"Plural-Forms: nplurals=2; plural=n != 1;\n"
17
18#: arrayfunc.c:48
19msgid "bad array subscript"
20msgstr "неправилен индекс на масив"
21
22#: arrayfunc.c:360
23#, c-format
24msgid "%s: cannot assign to non-numeric index"
25msgstr "%s: не може да се присвоява на нецифров индекс"
26
27#: bashhist.c:328
28#, c-format
29msgid "%s: cannot create: %s"
30msgstr "%s: не може да се създаде: %s"
31
32#: bashline.c:2947
33msgid "bash_execute_unix_command: cannot find keymap for command"
34msgstr "bash_execute_unix_command: не може да се открие подредбата на клавишите за командата"
35
36#: bashline.c:2996
37#, c-format
38msgid "%s: first non-whitespace character is not `\"'"
39msgstr "%s: първият непразен знак не е „\"“"
40
41#: bashline.c:3025
42#, c-format
43msgid "no closing `%c' in %s"
44msgstr "липсва затвярящ знак „%c“ в %s"
45
46#: bashline.c:3059
47#, c-format
48msgid "%s: missing colon separator"
49msgstr "%s: разделителят двоеточие липсва"
50
51#: builtins/bind.def:194
52#, c-format
53msgid "`%s': invalid keymap name"
54msgstr "„%s“: грешно име на подредбата на клавишите"
55
56#: builtins/bind.def:233
57#, c-format
58msgid "%s: cannot read: %s"
59msgstr "%s: не може да се прочете: %s"
60
61#: builtins/bind.def:248
62#, c-format
63msgid "`%s': cannot unbind"
64msgstr "„%s“: не може да се премахне"
65
66#: builtins/bind.def:283
67#, c-format
68msgid "`%s': unknown function name"
69msgstr "„%s“: непознато име на функция"
70
71#: builtins/bind.def:291
72#, c-format
73msgid "%s is not bound to any keys.\n"
74msgstr "%s не може да се зададе на никой клавиш.\n"
75
76#: builtins/bind.def:295
77#, c-format
78msgid "%s can be invoked via "
79msgstr "%s може да се извика чрез "
80
81#: builtins/break.def:128
82msgid "only meaningful in a `for', `while', or `until' loop"
83msgstr "валидно само за циклите с „for“, „while“ и „until“"
84
85#: builtins/caller.def:132
86msgid "Returns the context of the current subroutine call."
87msgstr "Връща контекста на текущото извикване на подпрограма."
88
89#: builtins/caller.def:133 builtins/caller.def:137 builtins/pushd.def:660
90#: builtins/pushd.def:668 builtins/pushd.def:671 builtins/pushd.def:681
91#: builtins/pushd.def:685 builtins/pushd.def:689 builtins/pushd.def:692
92#: builtins/pushd.def:695 builtins/pushd.def:704 builtins/pushd.def:708
93#: builtins/pushd.def:712 builtins/pushd.def:715
94msgid " "
95msgstr " "
96
97#: builtins/caller.def:134
98msgid "Without EXPR, returns returns \"$line $filename\".  With EXPR,"
99msgstr "Без ИЗРАЗ връща \"$ред $име_на_файл\".  С ИЗРАЗ връща"
100
101#: builtins/caller.def:135
102msgid "returns \"$line $subroutine $filename\"; this extra information"
103msgstr "„$ред $функция $име_на_файл“. Тази допълнителна информация"
104
105#: builtins/caller.def:136
106msgid "can be used used to provide a stack trace."
107msgstr "може да се използва да получаването на информация за стека."
108
109#: builtins/caller.def:138
110msgid "The value of EXPR indicates how many call frames to go back before the"
111msgstr "Стойността на ИЗРАЗа показва колко извиквания преди текущото"
112
113#: builtins/caller.def:139
114msgid "current one; the top frame is frame 0."
115msgstr "трябва да се върнат. Последното извикване е ."
116
117#: builtins/cd.def:203
118msgid "HOME not set"
119msgstr "Променливата HOME не зададена"
120
121#: builtins/cd.def:215
122msgid "OLDPWD not set"
123msgstr "Променливата OLDPWD не е зададена"
124
125#: builtins/common.c:133 test.c:921
126msgid "too many arguments"
127msgstr "прекалено много аргументи"
128
129#: builtins/common.c:157 shell.c:474 shell.c:747
130#, c-format
131msgid "%s: option requires an argument"
132msgstr "%s: опцията изисква аргумент"
133
134#: builtins/common.c:164
135#, c-format
136msgid "%s: numeric argument required"
137msgstr "%s: изисква се числов аргумент"
138
139#: builtins/common.c:171
140#, c-format
141msgid "%s: not found"
142msgstr "%s: не е открит"
143
144#: builtins/common.c:180 shell.c:760
145#, c-format
146msgid "%s: invalid option"
147msgstr "%s: грешна опция"
148
149#: builtins/common.c:187
150#, c-format
151msgid "%s: invalid option name"
152msgstr "%s: грешно име на опция"
153
154#: builtins/common.c:194 general.c:231 general.c:236
155#, c-format
156msgid "`%s': not a valid identifier"
157msgstr "„%s“: грешен идентификатор"
158
159#: builtins/common.c:201
160#, c-format
161msgid "%s: invalid number"
162msgstr "%s: грешно число"
163
164#: builtins/common.c:208
165#, c-format
166msgid "%s: invalid signal specification"
167msgstr "%s: грешно указване на сигнал"
168
169#: builtins/common.c:215
170#, c-format
171msgid "`%s': not a pid or valid job spec"
172msgstr "„%s“: неправилен идентификатор на процес или задача"
173
174#: builtins/common.c:222 error.c:453
175#, c-format
176msgid "%s: readonly variable"
177msgstr "%s: променлива с права само за четене"
178
179#: builtins/common.c:230
180#, c-format
181msgid "%s: %s out of range"
182msgstr "%s: %s извън интервала на допустимите стойности"
183
184#: builtins/common.c:230 builtins/common.c:232
185msgid "argument"
186msgstr "аргумент"
187
188#: builtins/common.c:232
189#, c-format
190msgid "%s out of range"
191msgstr "%s извън интервала на допустимите стойности"
192
193#: builtins/common.c:240
194#, c-format
195msgid "%s: no such job"
196msgstr "%s: няма такава задача"
197
198#: builtins/common.c:248
199#, c-format
200msgid "%s: no job control"
201msgstr "%s: няма управление на задачите"
202
203#: builtins/common.c:250
204msgid "no job control"
205msgstr "няма управление на задачите"
206
207#: builtins/common.c:260
208#, c-format
209msgid "%s: restricted"
210msgstr ""
211
212#: builtins/common.c:262
213msgid "restricted"
214msgstr ""
215
216#: builtins/common.c:270
217#, c-format
218msgid "%s: not a shell builtin"
219msgstr "%s: не е вградено в обвивката"
220
221#: builtins/common.c:276
222#, c-format
223msgid "write error: %s"
224msgstr "грешка при запис: %s"
225
226#: builtins/common.c:484
227#, c-format
228msgid "%s: error retrieving current directory: %s: %s\n"
229msgstr ""
230
231#: builtins/common.c:550 builtins/common.c:552
232#, c-format
233msgid "%s: ambiguous job spec"
234msgstr ""
235
236#: builtins/complete.def:251
237#, c-format
238msgid "%s: invalid action name"
239msgstr ""
240
241#: builtins/complete.def:381 builtins/complete.def:524
242#, c-format
243msgid "%s: no completion specification"
244msgstr "%s: не е указано дописване"
245
246#: builtins/complete.def:571
247msgid "warning: -F option may not work as you expect"
248msgstr "предупреждение: опцията „-F“ може да не работи според очакванията ви"
249
250#: builtins/complete.def:573
251msgid "warning: -C option may not work as you expect"
252msgstr "предупреждение: опцията „-C“ може да не работи според очакванията ви"
253
254#: builtins/declare.def:105
255msgid "can only be used in a function"
256msgstr "може да се използва само във фунцкия"
257
258#: builtins/declare.def:301
259msgid "cannot use `-f' to make functions"
260msgstr "„-f“ не може да се използва за създаването на функции"
261
262#: builtins/declare.def:313 execute_cmd.c:3986
263#, c-format
264msgid "%s: readonly function"
265msgstr "%s: функция с права само за четене"
266
267#: builtins/declare.def:401
268#, c-format
269msgid "%s: cannot destroy array variables in this way"
270msgstr ""
271
272#: builtins/enable.def:128 builtins/enable.def:136
273msgid "dynamic loading not available"
274msgstr "липсва възможност за динамично зареждане"
275
276#: builtins/enable.def:303
277#, c-format
278msgid "cannot open shared object %s: %s"
279msgstr "споделеният обект %s не може да бъде зареден: %s"
280
281#: builtins/enable.def:326
282#, c-format
283msgid "cannot find %s in shared object %s: %s"
284msgstr "не може да се открие %s в споделения обект %s: %s"
285
286#: builtins/enable.def:450
287#, c-format
288msgid "%s: not dynamically loaded"
289msgstr "%s: не е зареден динамично"
290
291#: builtins/enable.def:465
292#, c-format
293msgid "%s: cannot delete: %s"
294msgstr "%s: не може да се изтрие: %s"
295
296#: builtins/evalfile.c:129 execute_cmd.c:3852 shell.c:1408
297#, c-format
298msgid "%s: is a directory"
299msgstr ""
300
301#: builtins/evalfile.c:134
302#, c-format
303msgid "%s: not a regular file"
304msgstr "%s: не е обиновен файл"
305
306#: builtins/evalfile.c:142
307#, c-format
308msgid "%s: file is too large"
309msgstr "%s: файлът е прекалено голям"
310
311#: builtins/exec.def:205
312#, c-format
313msgid "%s: cannot execute: %s"
314msgstr "%s: не може да се изпълни: %s"
315
316#: builtins/exit.def:83
317msgid "not login shell: use `exit'"
318msgstr "това не е входна обвивка: използвайте „exit“"
319
320#: builtins/exit.def:111
321msgid "There are stopped jobs.\n"
322msgstr "Има спрени задачи.\n"
323
324#: builtins/fc.def:259
325msgid "no command found"
326msgstr "не е открита команда"
327
328#: builtins/fc.def:329
329msgid "history specification"
330msgstr "указване на историята"
331
332#: builtins/fc.def:350
333#, c-format
334msgid "%s: cannot open temp file: %s"
335msgstr "%s: не може да се отвори временен файл: %s"
336
337#: builtins/fg_bg.def:149
338#, c-format
339msgid "job %d started without job control"
340msgstr "задача %d е стартирана без управление на задачите"
341
342#: builtins/getopt.c:109
343#, c-format
344msgid "%s: illegal option -- %c\n"
345msgstr ""
346
347#: builtins/getopt.c:110
348#, c-format
349msgid "%s: option requires an argument -- %c\n"
350msgstr ""
351
352#: builtins/hash.def:83
353msgid "hashing disabled"
354msgstr ""
355
356#: builtins/hash.def:128
357#, c-format
358msgid "%s: hash table empty\n"
359msgstr ""
360
361#: builtins/help.def:108
362msgid "Shell commands matching keywords `"
363msgstr ""
364
365#: builtins/help.def:110
366msgid "Shell commands matching keyword `"
367msgstr ""
368
369#: builtins/help.def:138
370#, c-format
371msgid ""
372"no help topics match `%s'.  Try `help help' or `man -k %s' or `info %s'."
373msgstr ""
374
375#: builtins/help.def:164
376#, c-format
377msgid "%s: cannot open: %s"
378msgstr "%s: не може да се отвори: %s"
379
380#: builtins/help.def:182
381msgid ""
382"These shell commands are defined internally.  Type `help' to see this list.\n"
383"Type `help name' to find out more about the function `name'.\n"
384"Use `info bash' to find out more about the shell in general.\n"
385"Use `man -k' or `info' to find out more about commands not in this list.\n"
386"\n"
387"A star (*) next to a name means that the command is disabled.\n"
388"\n"
389msgstr ""
390"Тези команди на интерпретатора са дефинирани вътрешно.\n"
391"Напишете „help“, за да видите списъка.\n"
392"Напишете „help име_на_функция“ за повече информация за съответната функция.\n"
393"Напишете „info bash“ за повече информация за обвивката като цяло.\n"
394"Напишете „man -k“ или „info“ за повече информация за командите извън списъка.\n"
395"\n"
396"Звездичка (*) до името на комнанда, означава, че тя е изключена.\n"
397"\n"
398
399#: builtins/history.def:150
400msgid "cannot use more than one of -anrw"
401msgstr ""
402
403#: builtins/history.def:182
404msgid "history position"
405msgstr "позиция в историята"
406
407#: builtins/history.def:400
408#, c-format
409msgid "%s: history expansion failed"
410msgstr "%s: неупспешно заместване чрез историята"
411
412#: builtins/jobs.def:99
413msgid "no other options allowed with `-x'"
414msgstr "не е позволена друга опция с „-x“"
415
416#: builtins/kill.def:187
417#, c-format
418msgid "%s: arguments must be process or job IDs"
419msgstr "%s: аргументите трябва да са процеси или идентификатори на задачи"
420
421#: builtins/kill.def:250
422msgid "Unknown error"
423msgstr "Неизвестна грешка"
424
425#: builtins/let.def:94 builtins/let.def:119 expr.c:497 expr.c:512
426msgid "expression expected"
427msgstr "очаква се израз"
428
429#: builtins/printf.def:327
430#, c-format
431msgid "`%s': missing format character"
432msgstr "„%s“: липсва форматиращ знак"
433
434#: builtins/printf.def:502
435#, c-format
436msgid "`%c': invalid format character"
437msgstr "„%c“: грешен форматиращ знак"
438
439#: builtins/printf.def:708
440msgid "missing hex digit for \\x"
441msgstr "липсва шестнайсетична цифра за \\x"
442
443#: builtins/pushd.def:173
444msgid "no other directory"
445msgstr ""
446
447#: builtins/pushd.def:440
448msgid "<no current directory>"
449msgstr ""
450
451#: builtins/pushd.def:657
452msgid "Display the list of currently remembered directories.  Directories"
453msgstr ""
454
455#: builtins/pushd.def:658
456msgid "find their way onto the list with the `pushd' command; you can get"
457msgstr ""
458
459#: builtins/pushd.def:659
460msgid "back up through the list with the `popd' command."
461msgstr ""
462
463#: builtins/pushd.def:661
464msgid "The -l flag specifies that `dirs' should not print shorthand versions"
465msgstr ""
466
467#: builtins/pushd.def:662
468msgid "of directories which are relative to your home directory.  This means"
469msgstr ""
470
471#: builtins/pushd.def:663
472msgid "that `~/bin' might be displayed as `/homes/bfox/bin'.  The -v flag"
473msgstr ""
474
475#: builtins/pushd.def:664
476msgid "causes `dirs' to print the directory stack with one entry per line,"
477msgstr ""
478
479#: builtins/pushd.def:665
480msgid "prepending the directory name with its position in the stack.  The -p"
481msgstr ""
482
483#: builtins/pushd.def:666
484msgid "flag does the same thing, but the stack position is not prepended."
485msgstr ""
486
487#: builtins/pushd.def:667
488msgid "The -c flag clears the directory stack by deleting all of the elements."
489msgstr ""
490
491#: builtins/pushd.def:669
492msgid "+N   displays the Nth entry counting from the left of the list shown by"
493msgstr ""
494
495#: builtins/pushd.def:670 builtins/pushd.def:673
496msgid "     dirs when invoked without options, starting with zero."
497msgstr ""
498
499#: builtins/pushd.def:672
500msgid ""
501"-N   displays the Nth entry counting from the right of the list shown by"
502msgstr ""
503
504#: builtins/pushd.def:678
505msgid "Adds a directory to the top of the directory stack, or rotates"
506msgstr ""
507
508#: builtins/pushd.def:679
509msgid "the stack, making the new top of the stack the current working"
510msgstr ""
511
512#: builtins/pushd.def:680
513msgid "directory.  With no arguments, exchanges the top two directories."
514msgstr ""
515
516#: builtins/pushd.def:682
517msgid "+N   Rotates the stack so that the Nth directory (counting"
518msgstr ""
519
520#: builtins/pushd.def:683
521msgid "     from the left of the list shown by `dirs', starting with"
522msgstr ""
523
524#: builtins/pushd.def:684 builtins/pushd.def:688
525msgid "     zero) is at the top."
526msgstr ""
527
528#: builtins/pushd.def:686
529msgid "-N   Rotates the stack so that the Nth directory (counting"
530msgstr ""
531
532#: builtins/pushd.def:687
533msgid "     from the right of the list shown by `dirs', starting with"
534msgstr ""
535
536#: builtins/pushd.def:690
537msgid "-n   suppress the normal change of directory when adding directories"
538msgstr ""
539
540#: builtins/pushd.def:691
541msgid "     to the stack, so only the stack is manipulated."
542msgstr ""
543
544#: builtins/pushd.def:693
545msgid "dir  adds DIR to the directory stack at the top, making it the"
546msgstr ""
547
548#: builtins/pushd.def:694
549msgid "     new current working directory."
550msgstr ""
551
552#: builtins/pushd.def:696 builtins/pushd.def:716
553msgid "You can see the directory stack with the `dirs' command."
554msgstr ""
555
556#: builtins/pushd.def:701
557msgid "Removes entries from the directory stack.  With no arguments,"
558msgstr ""
559
560#: builtins/pushd.def:702
561msgid "removes the top directory from the stack, and cd's to the new"
562msgstr ""
563
564#: builtins/pushd.def:703
565msgid "top directory."
566msgstr ""
567
568#: builtins/pushd.def:705
569msgid "+N   removes the Nth entry counting from the left of the list"
570msgstr ""
571
572#: builtins/pushd.def:706
573msgid "     shown by `dirs', starting with zero.  For example: `popd +0'"
574msgstr ""
575
576#: builtins/pushd.def:707
577msgid "     removes the first directory, `popd +1' the second."
578msgstr ""
579
580#: builtins/pushd.def:709
581msgid "-N   removes the Nth entry counting from the right of the list"
582msgstr ""
583
584#: builtins/pushd.def:710
585msgid "     shown by `dirs', starting with zero.  For example: `popd -0'"
586msgstr ""
587
588#: builtins/pushd.def:711
589msgid "     removes the last directory, `popd -1' the next to last."
590msgstr ""
591
592#: builtins/pushd.def:713
593msgid "-n   suppress the normal change of directory when removing directories"
594msgstr ""
595
596#: builtins/pushd.def:714
597msgid "     from the stack, so only the stack is manipulated."
598msgstr ""
599
600#: builtins/read.def:211
601#, c-format
602msgid "%s: invalid timeout specification"
603msgstr "%s: грешно указване на изтичането на времето"
604
605#: builtins/read.def:234
606#, c-format
607msgid "%s: invalid file descriptor specification"
608msgstr "%s: грешно указване на файловия дескриптор"
609
610#: builtins/read.def:241
611#, c-format
612msgid "%d: invalid file descriptor: %s"
613msgstr "%d: грешен файлов дескриптор: %s"
614
615#: builtins/read.def:474
616#, c-format
617msgid "read error: %d: %s"
618msgstr "грешка при четене: %d: %s"
619
620#: builtins/return.def:63
621msgid "can only `return' from a function or sourced script"
622msgstr "„return“ е възможен само от функция или изпълнен в текущата обвивка скрипт"
623
624#: builtins/set.def:745
625msgid "cannot simultaneously unset a function and a variable"
626msgstr "не може едновремено да се премахват задаванията на функция и променлива"
627
628#: builtins/set.def:782
629#, c-format
630msgid "%s: cannot unset"
631msgstr "%s: не може да се премахне задаването"
632
633#: builtins/set.def:789
634#, c-format
635msgid "%s: cannot unset: readonly %s"
636msgstr ""
637
638#: builtins/set.def:800
639#, c-format
640msgid "%s: not an array variable"
641msgstr ""
642
643#: builtins/setattr.def:166
644#, c-format
645msgid "%s: not a function"
646msgstr "%s: не е функция"
647
648#: builtins/shift.def:66 builtins/shift.def:72
649msgid "shift count"
650msgstr ""
651
652#: builtins/shopt.def:227
653msgid "cannot set and unset shell options simultaneously"
654msgstr ""
655
656#: builtins/shopt.def:292
657#, c-format
658msgid "%s: invalid shell option name"
659msgstr ""
660
661#: builtins/source.def:117
662msgid "filename argument required"
663msgstr "изисква се аргумент име на файл"
664
665#: builtins/source.def:137
666#, c-format
667msgid "%s: file not found"
668msgstr "%s: файлът не е открит"
669
670#: builtins/suspend.def:93
671msgid "cannot suspend"
672msgstr ""
673
674#: builtins/suspend.def:103
675msgid "cannot suspend a login shell"
676msgstr ""
677
678#: builtins/type.def:232
679#, c-format
680msgid "%s is aliased to `%s'\n"
681msgstr ""
682
683#: builtins/type.def:253
684#, c-format
685msgid "%s is a shell keyword\n"
686msgstr ""
687
688#: builtins/type.def:273
689#, c-format
690msgid "%s is a function\n"
691msgstr ""
692
693#: builtins/type.def:298
694#, c-format
695msgid "%s is a shell builtin\n"
696msgstr ""
697
698#: builtins/type.def:319
699#, c-format
700msgid "%s is %s\n"
701msgstr "%s е %s\n"
702
703#: builtins/type.def:339
704#, c-format
705msgid "%s is hashed (%s)\n"
706msgstr ""
707
708#: builtins/ulimit.def:344
709#, c-format
710msgid "%s: invalid limit argument"
711msgstr ""
712
713#: builtins/ulimit.def:370
714#, c-format
715msgid "`%c': bad command"
716msgstr "„%c“: неправилна команда"
717
718#: builtins/ulimit.def:399
719#, c-format
720msgid "%s: cannot get limit: %s"
721msgstr "%s: ограничението не може да бъде получено: %s"
722
723#: builtins/ulimit.def:437
724#, c-format
725msgid "%s: cannot modify limit: %s"
726msgstr "%s: ограничението не може да бъде променено: %s"
727
728#: builtins/umask.def:112
729msgid "octal number"
730msgstr "осмично число"
731
732#: builtins/umask.def:226
733#, c-format
734msgid "`%c': invalid symbolic mode operator"
735msgstr ""
736
737#: builtins/umask.def:281
738#, c-format
739msgid "`%c': invalid symbolic mode character"
740msgstr ""
741
742#: error.c:165
743#, c-format
744msgid "last command: %s\n"
745msgstr "последна команда: %s\n"
746
747#: error.c:173
748msgid "Aborting..."
749msgstr "Преустановяване..."
750
751#: error.c:260
752#, c-format
753msgid "%s: warning: "
754msgstr "%s: предупреждение: "
755
756#: error.c:405
757msgid "unknown command error"
758msgstr "неизвестна грешка в команда"
759
760#: error.c:406
761msgid "bad command type"
762msgstr "неправилен ви команда"
763
764#: error.c:407
765msgid "bad connector"
766msgstr "лоша връзка"
767
768#: error.c:408
769msgid "bad jump"
770msgstr "лош скок"
771
772#: error.c:446
773#, c-format
774msgid "%s: unbound variable"
775msgstr ""
776
777#: eval.c:176
778msgid "timed out waiting for input: auto-logout\n"
779msgstr "\aвремето за изчакване на вход изтече: следва автоматично излизане от системата\n"
780
781#: execute_cmd.c:471
782#, c-format
783msgid "cannot redirect standard input from /dev/null: %s"
784msgstr "стандартният вход от /dev/null не може да бъде пренасочен: %s"
785
786#: execute_cmd.c:1036
787#, c-format
788msgid "TIMEFORMAT: `%c': invalid format character"
789msgstr "TIMEFORMAT: „%c“: грешен форматиращ знак"
790
791#: execute_cmd.c:3551
792#, c-format
793msgid "%s: restricted: cannot specify `/' in command names"
794msgstr "%s: ограничение: в имената на командите не може да присъства знакът „/“"
795
796#: execute_cmd.c:3639
797#, c-format
798msgid "%s: command not found"
799msgstr "%s: командата не е открита"
800
801#: execute_cmd.c:3876
802#, c-format
803msgid "%s: %s: bad interpreter"
804msgstr "%s: %s: лош интерпретатор"
805
806#: execute_cmd.c:3913
807#, c-format
808msgid "%s: cannot execute binary file"
809msgstr "%s: двоичният файл не може да бъде изпълнен"
810
811#: execute_cmd.c:4025
812#, c-format
813msgid "cannot duplicate fd %d to fd %d"
814msgstr ""
815
816#: expr.c:240
817msgid "expression recursion level exceeded"
818msgstr "максималният борой нива за рекурсия в израз бяха преминати"
819
820#: expr.c:264
821msgid "recursion stack underflow"
822msgstr ""
823
824#: expr.c:375
825msgid "syntax error in expression"
826msgstr "синтактична грешка в израз"
827
828#: expr.c:415
829msgid "attempted assignment to non-variable"
830msgstr "опита за присвояване на стойност на нещо, което не е променлива"
831
832#: expr.c:436 expr.c:441 expr.c:751
833msgid "division by 0"
834msgstr "деление на 0"
835
836#: expr.c:467
837msgid "bug: bad expassign token"
838msgstr ""
839
840#: expr.c:509
841msgid "`:' expected for conditional expression"
842msgstr "`:' expected for conditional expression"
843
844#: expr.c:776
845msgid "exponent less than 0"
846msgstr "степента е по-малка от 0"
847
848#: expr.c:821
849msgid "identifier expected after pre-increment or pre-decrement"
850msgstr ""
851
852#: expr.c:849
853msgid "missing `)'"
854msgstr "липсва „)“"
855
856#: expr.c:892
857msgid "syntax error: operand expected"
858msgstr "синтактична грешка: очаква се оператор"
859
860#: expr.c:1178
861msgid "invalid number"
862msgstr "грешно число"
863
864#: expr.c:1182
865msgid "invalid arithmetic base"
866msgstr "грешна аритметична основа на бройна система"
867
868#: expr.c:1202
869msgid "value too great for base"
870msgstr "стойността е прекалено голяма за основата"
871
872#: general.c:62
873msgid "getcwd: cannot access parent directories"
874msgstr "getcwd: родителските директории не могат да бъдат достъпени"
875
876#: input.c:231
877#, c-format
878msgid "cannot allocate new file descriptor for bash input from fd %d"
879msgstr ""
880
881#: input.c:239
882#, c-format
883msgid "save_bash_input: buffer already exists for new fd %d"
884msgstr ""
885
886#: jobs.c:923
887#, c-format
888msgid "deleting stopped job %d with process group %ld"
889msgstr ""
890
891#: jobs.c:1308
892#, c-format, fuzzy
893msgid "describe_pid: %ld: no such pid"
894msgstr "describe_pid: %ld: няма такъв ИдП"
895
896#: jobs.c:1981 nojobs.c:648
897#, c-format
898msgid "wait: pid %ld is not a child of this shell"
899msgstr "wait: pid %ld is not a child of this shell"
900
901#: jobs.c:2180
902#, c-format
903msgid "wait_for: No record of process %ld"
904msgstr ""
905
906#: jobs.c:2435
907#, c-format
908msgid "wait_for_job: job %d is stopped"
909msgstr ""
910
911#: jobs.c:2657
912#, c-format
913msgid "%s: job has terminated"
914msgstr "%s: задачата е приключила"
915
916#: jobs.c:2666
917#, c-format
918msgid "%s: job %d already in background"
919msgstr "%s: задача %d вече е във фонов режим"
920
921#: jobs.c:3452
922msgid "no job control in this shell"
923msgstr "в тази обвивка няма управление на задачите"
924
925#: lib/malloc/malloc.c:298
926#, c-format
927msgid "malloc: failed assertion: %s\n"
928msgstr ""
929
930#: lib/malloc/malloc.c:314
931#, c-format
932msgid ""
933"\r\n"
934"malloc: %s:%d: assertion botched\r\n"
935msgstr ""
936
937#: lib/malloc/malloc.c:740
938msgid "malloc: block on free list clobbered"
939msgstr ""
940
941#: lib/malloc/malloc.c:817
942msgid "free: called with already freed block argument"
943msgstr ""
944
945#: lib/malloc/malloc.c:820
946msgid "free: called with unallocated block argument"
947msgstr ""
948
949#: lib/malloc/malloc.c:839
950msgid "free: underflow detected; mh_nbytes out of range"
951msgstr ""
952
953#: lib/malloc/malloc.c:845
954msgid "free: start and end chunk sizes differ"
955msgstr ""
956
957#: lib/malloc/malloc.c:942
958msgid "realloc: called with unallocated block argument"
959msgstr ""
960
961#: lib/malloc/malloc.c:957
962msgid "realloc: underflow detected; mh_nbytes out of range"
963msgstr ""
964
965#: lib/malloc/malloc.c:963
966msgid "realloc: start and end chunk sizes differ"
967msgstr ""
968
969#: lib/malloc/table.c:175
970msgid "register_alloc: alloc table is full with FIND_ALLOC?\n"
971msgstr ""
972
973#: lib/malloc/table.c:182
974#, c-format
975msgid "register_alloc: %p already in table as allocated?\n"
976msgstr ""
977
978#: lib/malloc/table.c:218
979#, c-format
980msgid "register_free: %p already in table as free?\n"
981msgstr ""
982
983#: lib/malloc/watch.c:46
984msgid "allocated"
985msgstr "заделени"
986
987#: lib/malloc/watch.c:48
988msgid "freed"
989msgstr "освободени"
990
991#: lib/malloc/watch.c:50
992msgid "requesting resize"
993msgstr "изисква се преоразмераване"
994
995#: lib/malloc/watch.c:52
996msgid "just resized"
997msgstr ""
998
999#: lib/malloc/watch.c:54
1000msgid "bug: unknown operation"
1001msgstr "грешка: непозната операция"
1002
1003#: lib/malloc/watch.c:56
1004#, c-format
1005msgid "malloc: watch alert: %p %s "
1006msgstr ""
1007
1008#: lib/sh/fmtulong.c:101
1009msgid "invalid base"
1010msgstr "грешна основа на бройна система"
1011
1012#: lib/sh/netopen.c:158
1013#, c-format
1014msgid "%s: host unknown"
1015msgstr ""
1016
1017#: lib/sh/netopen.c:165
1018#, c-format
1019msgid "%s: invalid service"
1020msgstr ""
1021
1022#: lib/sh/netopen.c:296
1023#, c-format
1024msgid "%s: bad network path specification"
1025msgstr ""
1026
1027#: lib/sh/netopen.c:336
1028msgid "network operations not supported"
1029msgstr ""
1030
1031#: mailcheck.c:386
1032msgid "You have mail in $_"
1033msgstr ""
1034
1035#: mailcheck.c:411
1036msgid "You have new mail in $_"
1037msgstr ""
1038
1039#: mailcheck.c:427
1040#, c-format
1041msgid "The mail in %s has been read\n"
1042msgstr ""
1043
1044#: make_cmd.c:322
1045msgid "syntax error: arithmetic expression required"
1046msgstr ""
1047
1048#: make_cmd.c:324
1049msgid "syntax error: `;' unexpected"
1050msgstr ""
1051
1052#: make_cmd.c:325
1053#, c-format
1054msgid "syntax error: `((%s))'"
1055msgstr ""
1056
1057#: make_cmd.c:566
1058#, c-format
1059msgid "make_here_document: bad instruction type %d"
1060msgstr ""
1061
1062#: make_cmd.c:736
1063#, c-format
1064msgid "make_redirection: redirection instruction `%d' out of range"
1065msgstr ""
1066
1067#: parse.y:2747
1068#, c-format
1069msgid "unexpected EOF while looking for matching `%c'"
1070msgstr ""
1071
1072#: parse.y:3043
1073msgid "unexpected EOF while looking for `]]'"
1074msgstr ""
1075
1076#: parse.y:3048
1077#, c-format
1078msgid "syntax error in conditional expression: unexpected token `%s'"
1079msgstr ""
1080
1081#: parse.y:3052
1082msgid "syntax error in conditional expression"
1083msgstr ""
1084
1085#: parse.y:3130
1086#, c-format
1087msgid "unexpected token `%s', expected `)'"
1088msgstr ""
1089
1090#: parse.y:3134
1091msgid "expected `)'"
1092msgstr ""
1093
1094#: parse.y:3162
1095#, c-format
1096msgid "unexpected argument `%s' to conditional unary operator"
1097msgstr ""
1098
1099#: parse.y:3166
1100msgid "unexpected argument to conditional unary operator"
1101msgstr ""
1102
1103#: parse.y:3203
1104#, c-format
1105msgid "unexpected token `%s', conditional binary operator expected"
1106msgstr ""
1107
1108#: parse.y:3207
1109msgid "conditional binary operator expected"
1110msgstr ""
1111
1112#: parse.y:3223
1113#, c-format
1114msgid "unexpected argument `%s' to conditional binary operator"
1115msgstr ""
1116
1117#: parse.y:3227
1118msgid "unexpected argument to conditional binary operator"
1119msgstr ""
1120
1121#: parse.y:3238
1122#, c-format
1123msgid "unexpected token `%c' in conditional command"
1124msgstr ""
1125
1126#: parse.y:3241
1127#, c-format
1128msgid "unexpected token `%s' in conditional command"
1129msgstr ""
1130
1131#: parse.y:3245
1132#, c-format
1133msgid "unexpected token %d in conditional command"
1134msgstr ""
1135
1136#: parse.y:4461
1137#, c-format
1138msgid "syntax error near unexpected token `%s'"
1139msgstr ""
1140
1141#: parse.y:4479
1142#, c-format
1143msgid "syntax error near `%s'"
1144msgstr ""
1145
1146#: parse.y:4489
1147msgid "syntax error: unexpected end of file"
1148msgstr ""
1149
1150#: parse.y:4489
1151msgid "syntax error"
1152msgstr ""
1153
1154#: parse.y:4551
1155#, c-format
1156msgid "Use \"%s\" to leave the shell.\n"
1157msgstr ""
1158
1159#: parse.y:4710
1160msgid "unexpected EOF while looking for matching `)'"
1161msgstr ""
1162
1163#: pcomplete.c:1001
1164#, c-format
1165msgid "completion: function `%s' not found"
1166msgstr "дописване: функцията „%s“ не е открита"
1167
1168#: pcomplib.c:179
1169#, c-format
1170msgid "progcomp_insert: %s: NULL COMPSPEC"
1171msgstr ""
1172
1173#: print_cmd.c:264
1174#, c-format
1175msgid "print_command: bad connector `%d'"
1176msgstr ""
1177
1178#: print_cmd.c:1236
1179#, c-format
1180msgid "cprintf: `%c': invalid format character"
1181msgstr ""
1182
1183#: redir.c:99
1184msgid "file descriptor out of range"
1185msgstr ""
1186
1187#: redir.c:141
1188#, c-format
1189msgid "%s: ambiguous redirect"
1190msgstr ""
1191
1192#: redir.c:145
1193#, c-format
1194msgid "%s: cannot overwrite existing file"
1195msgstr ""
1196
1197#: redir.c:150
1198#, c-format
1199msgid "%s: restricted: cannot redirect output"
1200msgstr ""
1201
1202#: redir.c:155
1203#, c-format
1204msgid "cannot create temp file for here document: %s"
1205msgstr ""
1206
1207#: redir.c:509
1208msgid "/dev/(tcp|udp)/host/port not supported without networking"
1209msgstr ""
1210
1211#: redir.c:956
1212msgid "redirection error: cannot duplicate fd"
1213msgstr ""
1214
1215#: shell.c:309
1216msgid "could not find /tmp, please create!"
1217msgstr ""
1218
1219#: shell.c:313
1220msgid "/tmp must be a valid directory name"
1221msgstr ""
1222
1223#: shell.c:849
1224#, c-format
1225msgid "%c%c: invalid option"
1226msgstr ""
1227
1228#: shell.c:1598
1229msgid "I have no name!"
1230msgstr ""
1231
1232#: shell.c:1733
1233#, c-format
1234msgid ""
1235"Usage:\t%s [GNU long option] [option] ...\n"
1236"\t%s [GNU long option] [option] script-file ...\n"
1237msgstr ""
1238
1239#: shell.c:1735
1240msgid "GNU long options:\n"
1241msgstr ""
1242
1243#: shell.c:1739
1244msgid "Shell options:\n"
1245msgstr ""
1246
1247#: shell.c:1740
1248msgid "\t-irsD or -c command or -O shopt_option\t\t(invocation only)\n"
1249msgstr ""
1250
1251#: shell.c:1755
1252#, c-format
1253msgid "\t-%s or -o option\n"
1254msgstr ""
1255
1256#: shell.c:1761
1257#, c-format
1258msgid "Type `%s -c \"help set\"' for more information about shell options.\n"
1259msgstr ""
1260
1261#: shell.c:1762
1262#, c-format
1263msgid "Type `%s -c help' for more information about shell builtin commands.\n"
1264msgstr ""
1265
1266#: shell.c:1763
1267msgid "Use the `bashbug' command to report bugs.\n"
1268msgstr ""
1269
1270#: sig.c:494
1271#, c-format
1272msgid "sigprocmask: %d: invalid operation"
1273msgstr ""
1274
1275#: subst.c:1123
1276#, c-format
1277msgid "bad substitution: no closing `%s' in %s"
1278msgstr ""
1279
1280#: subst.c:2269
1281#, c-format
1282msgid "%s: cannot assign list to array member"
1283msgstr ""
1284
1285#: subst.c:4208 subst.c:4224
1286msgid "cannot make pipe for process substitution"
1287msgstr ""
1288
1289#: subst.c:4255
1290msgid "cannot make child for process substitution"
1291msgstr ""
1292
1293#: subst.c:4300
1294#, c-format
1295msgid "cannot open named pipe %s for reading"
1296msgstr ""
1297
1298#: subst.c:4302
1299#, c-format
1300msgid "cannot open named pipe %s for writing"
1301msgstr ""
1302
1303#: subst.c:4310
1304#, c-format
1305msgid "cannout reset nodelay mode for fd %d"
1306msgstr ""
1307
1308#: subst.c:4320
1309#, c-format
1310msgid "cannot duplicate named pipe %s as fd %d"
1311msgstr ""
1312
1313#: subst.c:4495
1314msgid "cannot make pipe for command substitution"
1315msgstr ""
1316
1317#: subst.c:4531
1318msgid "cannot make child for command substitution"
1319msgstr ""
1320
1321#: subst.c:4548
1322msgid "command_substitute: cannot duplicate pipe as fd 1"
1323msgstr ""
1324
1325#: subst.c:5013
1326#, c-format
1327msgid "%s: parameter null or not set"
1328msgstr ""
1329
1330#: subst.c:5287
1331#, c-format
1332msgid "%s: substring expression < 0"
1333msgstr ""
1334
1335#: subst.c:6058
1336#, c-format
1337msgid "%s: bad substitution"
1338msgstr ""
1339
1340#: subst.c:6134
1341#, c-format
1342msgid "$%s: cannot assign in this way"
1343msgstr ""
1344
1345#: subst.c:7687
1346#, c-format
1347msgid "no match: %s"
1348msgstr ""
1349
1350#: test.c:154
1351msgid "argument expected"
1352msgstr ""
1353
1354#: test.c:163
1355#, c-format
1356msgid "%s: integer expression expected"
1357msgstr ""
1358
1359#: test.c:361
1360msgid "`)' expected"
1361msgstr "очаква се „)“"
1362
1363#: test.c:363
1364#, c-format
1365msgid "`)' expected, found %s"
1366msgstr "очаква се „)“, а е получено %s"
1367
1368#: test.c:378 test.c:787 test.c:790
1369#, c-format
1370msgid "%s: unary operator expected"
1371msgstr ""
1372
1373#: test.c:543 test.c:830
1374#, c-format
1375msgid "%s: binary operator expected"
1376msgstr ""
1377
1378#: test.c:905
1379msgid "missing `]'"
1380msgstr "липсва „]“"
1381
1382#: trap.c:194
1383msgid "invalid signal number"
1384msgstr "неправилен номер на сигнал"
1385
1386#: trap.c:309
1387#, c-format
1388msgid "run_pending_traps: bad value in trap_list[%d]: %p"
1389msgstr ""
1390
1391#: trap.c:313
1392#, c-format
1393msgid ""
1394"run_pending_traps: signal handler is SIG_DFL, resending %d (%s) to myself"
1395msgstr ""
1396
1397#: trap.c:349
1398#, c-format
1399msgid "trap_handler: bad signal %d"
1400msgstr ""
1401
1402#: variables.c:320
1403#, c-format
1404msgid "error importing function definition for `%s'"
1405msgstr ""
1406
1407#: variables.c:692
1408#, c-format
1409msgid "shell level (%d) too high, resetting to 1"
1410msgstr ""
1411
1412#: variables.c:1651
1413msgid "make_local_variable: no function context at current scope"
1414msgstr ""
1415
1416#: variables.c:2807
1417msgid "all_local_variables: no function context at current scope"
1418msgstr ""
1419
1420#: variables.c:3021 variables.c:3030
1421#, c-format
1422msgid "invalid character %d in exportstr for %s"
1423msgstr ""
1424
1425#: variables.c:3036
1426#, c-format
1427msgid "no `=' in exportstr for %s"
1428msgstr ""
1429
1430#: variables.c:3463
1431msgid "pop_var_context: head of shell_variables not a function context"
1432msgstr ""
1433
1434#: variables.c:3476
1435msgid "pop_var_context: no global_variables context"
1436msgstr ""
1437
1438#: variables.c:3548
1439msgid "pop_scope: head of shell_variables not a temporary environment scope"
1440msgstr ""
1441
1442#: version.c:82
1443msgid "Copyright (C) 2005 Free Software Foundation, Inc.\n"
1444msgstr "Авторски права (C) 2005 Free Software Foundation, Inc.\n"
1445
1446#: xmalloc.c:93
1447#, c-format
1448msgid "xmalloc: cannot allocate %lu bytes (%lu bytes allocated)"
1449msgstr "xmalloc: %lu байта не могат да се заделят (заделени са %lu байта)"
1450
1451#: xmalloc.c:95
1452#, c-format
1453msgid "xmalloc: cannot allocate %lu bytes"
1454msgstr "xmalloc: %lu байта не могат да се заделят"
1455
1456#: xmalloc.c:115
1457#, c-format
1458msgid "xrealloc: cannot reallocate %lu bytes (%lu bytes allocated)"
1459msgstr "xrealloc: %lu байта не могат да се заделят наново (заделени са %lu байта)"
1460
1461#: xmalloc.c:117
1462#, c-format
1463msgid "xrealloc: cannot allocate %lu bytes"
1464msgstr "xrealloc: %lu байта не могат да се заделят"
1465
1466#: xmalloc.c:151
1467#, c-format
1468msgid "xmalloc: %s:%d: cannot allocate %lu bytes (%lu bytes allocated)"
1469msgstr "xmalloc: %s:%d: %lu байта не могат да се заделят (заделени са %lu байта)"
1470
1471#: xmalloc.c:153
1472#, c-format
1473msgid "xmalloc: %s:%d: cannot allocate %lu bytes"
1474msgstr "xmalloc: %s:%d: %lu байта не могат да се заделят"
1475
1476#: xmalloc.c:175
1477#, c-format
1478msgid "xrealloc: %s:%d: cannot reallocate %lu bytes (%lu bytes allocated)"
1479msgstr "xrealloc: %s:%d: %lu байта не могат да се заделят (заделени са %lu байта)"
1480
1481#: xmalloc.c:177
1482#, c-format
1483msgid "xrealloc: %s:%d: cannot allocate %lu bytes"
1484msgstr "xrealloc: %s:%d: %lu байта не могат да се заделят"
1485
1486#: builtins.c:244
1487msgid ""
1488" `alias' with no arguments or with the -p option prints the list\n"
1489"    of aliases in the form alias NAME=VALUE on standard output.\n"
1490"    Otherwise, an alias is defined for each NAME whose VALUE is given.\n"
1491"    A trailing space in VALUE causes the next word to be checked for\n"
1492"    alias substitution when the alias is expanded.  Alias returns\n"
1493"    true unless a NAME is given for which no alias has been defined."
1494msgstr ""
1495" „alias“ без аргументи или с опцията „-p“ отпечатва списъка със синонимите във\n"
1496"    формат ИМЕ=СТОЙНОСТ на стандартния изход.  В противен случай за всяко ИМЕ,\n"
1497"    за което е зададена стойност, се дефинира синоним.  Шпация в края на\n"
1498"    стойност предизивква синонимно разширяване на следващата дума при\n"
1499"    заместването на синонима.  Командата alias връща истина, освен в случаите,\n"
1500"    когато се зададе ИМЕ, за което не е дефиниран синоним."
1501
1502#: builtins.c:257
1503msgid ""
1504" Remove NAMEs from the list of defined aliases.  If the -a option is given,\n"
1505"    then remove all alias definitions."
1506msgstr ""
1507
1508#: builtins.c:266
1509#, fuzzy
1510msgid ""
1511" Bind a key sequence to a Readline function or a macro, or set\n"
1512"    a Readline variable.  The non-option argument syntax is equivalent\n"
1513"    to that found in ~/.inputrc, but must be passed as a single argument:\n"
1514"    bind '\"\\C-x\\C-r\": re-read-init-file'.\n"
1515"    bind accepts the following options:\n"
1516"      -m  keymap         Use `keymap' as the keymap for the duration of "
1517"this\n"
1518"                         command.  Acceptable keymap names are emacs,\n"
1519"                         emacs-standard, emacs-meta, emacs-ctlx, vi, vi-"
1520"move,\n"
1521"                         vi-command, and vi-insert.\n"
1522"      -l                 List names of functions.\n"
1523"      -P                 List function names and bindings.\n"
1524"      -p                 List functions and bindings in a form that can be\n"
1525"                         reused as input.\n"
1526"      -r  keyseq         Remove the binding for KEYSEQ.\n"
1527"      -x  keyseq:shell-command\tCause SHELL-COMMAND to be executed when\n"
1528"    \t\t\t\tKEYSEQ is entered.\n"
1529"      -f  filename       Read key bindings from FILENAME.\n"
1530"      -q  function-name  Query about which keys invoke the named function.\n"
1531"      -u  function-name  Unbind all keys which are bound to the named "
1532"function.\n"
1533"      -V                 List variable names and values\n"
1534"      -v                 List variable names and values in a form that can\n"
1535"                         be reused as input.\n"
1536"      -S                 List key sequences that invoke macros and their "
1537"values\n"
1538"      -s                 List key sequences that invoke macros and their "
1539"values\n"
1540"                         in a form that can be reused as input."
1541msgstr ""
1542"bind задавам\n"
1543"подредба на клавиши"
1544
1545#: builtins.c:297
1546msgid ""
1547" Exit from within a FOR, WHILE or UNTIL loop.  If N is specified,\n"
1548"    break N levels."
1549msgstr ""
1550
1551#: builtins.c:304
1552msgid ""
1553" Resume the next iteration of the enclosing FOR, WHILE or UNTIL loop.\n"
1554"    If N is specified, resume at the N-th enclosing loop."
1555msgstr ""
1556
1557#: builtins.c:311
1558msgid ""
1559" Run a shell builtin.  This is useful when you wish to rename a\n"
1560"    shell builtin to be a function, but need the functionality of the\n"
1561"    builtin within the function itself."
1562msgstr ""
1563
1564#: builtins.c:320
1565msgid ""
1566" Returns the context of the current subroutine call.\n"
1567"    \n"
1568"    Without EXPR, returns returns \"$line $filename\".  With EXPR,\n"
1569"    returns \"$line $subroutine $filename\"; this extra information\n"
1570"    can be used used to provide a stack trace.\n"
1571"    \n"
1572"    The value of EXPR indicates how many call frames to go back before the\n"
1573"    current one; the top frame is frame 0."
1574msgstr ""
1575
1576#: builtins.c:334
1577msgid ""
1578" Change the current directory to DIR.  The variable $HOME is the\n"
1579"    default DIR.  The variable CDPATH defines the search path for\n"
1580"    the directory containing DIR.  Alternative directory names in CDPATH\n"
1581"    are separated by a colon (:).  A null directory name is the same as\n"
1582"    the current directory, i.e. `.'.  If DIR begins with a slash (/),\n"
1583"    then CDPATH is not used.  If the directory is not found, and the\n"
1584"    shell option `cdable_vars' is set, then try the word as a variable\n"
1585"    name.  If that variable has a value, then cd to the value of that\n"
1586"    variable.  The -P option says to use the physical directory structure\n"
1587"    instead of following symbolic links; the -L option forces symbolic "
1588"links\n"
1589"    to be followed."
1590msgstr ""
1591
1592#: builtins.c:350
1593msgid ""
1594" Print the current working directory.  With the -P option, pwd prints\n"
1595"    the physical directory, without any symbolic links; the -L option\n"
1596"    makes pwd follow symbolic links."
1597msgstr ""
1598
1599#: builtins.c:358
1600msgid " No effect; the command does nothing.  A zero exit code is returned."
1601msgstr ""
1602
1603#: builtins.c:364
1604msgid " Return a successful result."
1605msgstr ""
1606
1607#: builtins.c:370
1608msgid " Return an unsuccessful result."
1609msgstr ""
1610
1611#: builtins.c:376
1612msgid ""
1613" Runs COMMAND with ARGS ignoring shell functions.  If you have a shell\n"
1614"    function called `ls', and you wish to call the command `ls', you can\n"
1615"    say \"command ls\".  If the -p option is given, a default value is used\n"
1616"    for PATH that is guaranteed to find all of the standard utilities.  If\n"
1617"    the -V or -v option is given, a string is printed describing COMMAND.\n"
1618"    The -V option produces a more verbose description."
1619msgstr ""
1620
1621#: builtins.c:387
1622msgid ""
1623" Declare variables and/or give them attributes.  If no NAMEs are\n"
1624"    given, then display the values of variables instead.  The -p option\n"
1625"    will display the attributes and values of each NAME.\n"
1626"    \n"
1627"    The flags are:\n"
1628"    \n"
1629"      -a\tto make NAMEs arrays (if supported)\n"
1630"      -f\tto select from among function names only\n"
1631"      -F\tto display function names (and line number and source file name "
1632"if\n"
1633"    \tdebugging) without definitions\n"
1634"      -i\tto make NAMEs have the `integer' attribute\n"
1635"      -r\tto make NAMEs readonly\n"
1636"      -t\tto make NAMEs have the `trace' attribute\n"
1637"      -x\tto make NAMEs export\n"
1638"    \n"
1639"    Variables with the integer attribute have arithmetic evaluation (see\n"
1640"    `let') done when the variable is assigned to.\n"
1641"    \n"
1642"    When displaying values of variables, -f displays a function's name\n"
1643"    and definition.  The -F option restricts the display to function\n"
1644"    name only.\n"
1645"    \n"
1646"    Using `+' instead of `-' turns off the given attribute instead.  When\n"
1647"    used in a function, makes NAMEs local, as with the `local' command."
1648msgstr ""
1649
1650#: builtins.c:416
1651msgid " Obsolete.  See `declare'."
1652msgstr " Остаряло, да не се използва.  Виж „declare“."
1653
1654#: builtins.c:422
1655msgid ""
1656" Create a local variable called NAME, and give it VALUE.  LOCAL\n"
1657"    can only be used within a function; it makes the variable NAME\n"
1658"    have a visible scope restricted to that function and its children."
1659msgstr ""
1660
1661#: builtins.c:431
1662msgid ""
1663" Output the ARGs.  If -n is specified, the trailing newline is\n"
1664"    suppressed.  If the -e option is given, interpretation of the\n"
1665"    following backslash-escaped characters is turned on:\n"
1666"    \t\\a\talert (bell)\n"
1667"    \t\\b\tbackspace\n"
1668"    \t\\c\tsuppress trailing newline\n"
1669"    \t\\E\tescape character\n"
1670"    \t\\f\tform feed\n"
1671"    \t\\n\tnew line\n"
1672"    \t\\r\tcarriage return\n"
1673"    \t\\t\thorizontal tab\n"
1674"    \t\\v\tvertical tab\n"
1675"    \t\\\\\tbackslash\n"
1676"    \t\\num\tthe character whose ASCII code is NUM (octal).\n"
1677"    \n"
1678"    You can explicitly turn off the interpretation of the above characters\n"
1679"    with the -E option."
1680msgstr ""
1681
1682#: builtins.c:455
1683msgid ""
1684" Output the ARGs.  If -n is specified, the trailing newline is suppressed."
1685msgstr ""
1686
1687#: builtins.c:462
1688msgid ""
1689" Enable and disable builtin shell commands.  This allows\n"
1690"    you to use a disk command which has the same name as a shell\n"
1691"    builtin without specifying a full pathname.  If -n is used, the\n"
1692"    NAMEs become disabled; otherwise NAMEs are enabled.  For example,\n"
1693"    to use the `test' found in $PATH instead of the shell builtin\n"
1694"    version, type `enable -n test'.  On systems supporting dynamic\n"
1695"    loading, the -f option may be used to load new builtins from the\n"
1696"    shared object FILENAME.  The -d option will delete a builtin\n"
1697"    previously loaded with -f.  If no non-option names are given, or\n"
1698"    the -p option is supplied, a list of builtins is printed.  The\n"
1699"    -a option means to print every builtin with an indication of whether\n"
1700"    or not it is enabled.  The -s option restricts the output to the "
1701"POSIX.2\n"
1702"    `special' builtins.  The -n option displays a list of all disabled "
1703"builtins."
1704msgstr ""
1705
1706#: builtins.c:480
1707msgid " Read ARGs as input to the shell and execute the resulting command(s)."
1708msgstr ""
1709
1710#: builtins.c:486
1711msgid ""
1712" Getopts is used by shell procedures to parse positional parameters.\n"
1713"    \n"
1714"    OPTSTRING contains the option letters to be recognized; if a letter\n"
1715"    is followed by a colon, the option is expected to have an argument,\n"
1716"    which should be separated from it by white space.\n"
1717"    \n"
1718"    Each time it is invoked, getopts will place the next option in the\n"
1719"    shell variable $name, initializing name if it does not exist, and\n"
1720"    the index of the next argument to be processed into the shell\n"
1721"    variable OPTIND.  OPTIND is initialized to 1 each time the shell or\n"
1722"    a shell script is invoked.  When an option requires an argument,\n"
1723"    getopts places that argument into the shell variable OPTARG.\n"
1724"    \n"
1725"    getopts reports errors in one of two ways.  If the first character\n"
1726"    of OPTSTRING is a colon, getopts uses silent error reporting.  In\n"
1727"    this mode, no error messages are printed.  If an invalid option is\n"
1728"    seen, getopts places the option character found into OPTARG.  If a\n"
1729"    required argument is not found, getopts places a ':' into NAME and\n"
1730"    sets OPTARG to the option character found.  If getopts is not in\n"
1731"    silent mode, and an invalid option is seen, getopts places '?' into\n"
1732"    NAME and unsets OPTARG.  If a required argument is not found, a '?'\n"
1733"    is placed in NAME, OPTARG is unset, and a diagnostic message is\n"
1734"    printed.\n"
1735"    \n"
1736"    If the shell variable OPTERR has the value 0, getopts disables the\n"
1737"    printing of error messages, even if the first character of\n"
1738"    OPTSTRING is not a colon.  OPTERR has the value 1 by default.\n"
1739"    \n"
1740"    Getopts normally parses the positional parameters ($0 - $9), but if\n"
1741"    more arguments are given, they are parsed instead."
1742msgstr ""
1743
1744#: builtins.c:521
1745msgid ""
1746" Exec FILE, replacing this shell with the specified program.\n"
1747"    If FILE is not specified, the redirections take effect in this\n"
1748"    shell.  If the first argument is `-l', then place a dash in the\n"
1749"    zeroth arg passed to FILE, as login does.  If the `-c' option\n"
1750"    is supplied, FILE is executed with a null environment.  The `-a'\n"
1751"    option means to make set argv[0] of the executed process to NAME.\n"
1752"    If the file cannot be executed and the shell is not interactive,\n"
1753"    then the shell exits, unless the shell option `execfail' is set."
1754msgstr ""
1755
1756#: builtins.c:534
1757msgid ""
1758" Exit the shell with a status of N.  If N is omitted, the exit status\n"
1759"    is that of the last command executed."
1760msgstr ""
1761
1762#: builtins.c:541
1763msgid " Logout of a login shell."
1764msgstr ""
1765
1766#: builtins.c:548
1767msgid ""
1768" fc is used to list or edit and re-execute commands from the history list.\n"
1769"    FIRST and LAST can be numbers specifying the range, or FIRST can be a\n"
1770"    string, which means the most recent command beginning with that\n"
1771"    string.\n"
1772"    \n"
1773"       -e ENAME selects which editor to use.  Default is FCEDIT, then "
1774"EDITOR,\n"
1775"          then vi.\n"
1776"    \n"
1777"       -l means list lines instead of editing.\n"
1778"       -n means no line numbers listed.\n"
1779"       -r means reverse the order of the lines (making it newest listed "
1780"first).\n"
1781"    \n"
1782"    With the `fc -s [pat=rep ...] [command]' format, the command is\n"
1783"    re-executed after the substitution OLD=NEW is performed.\n"
1784"    \n"
1785"    A useful alias to use with this is r='fc -s', so that typing `r cc'\n"
1786"    runs the last command beginning with `cc' and typing `r' re-executes\n"
1787"    the last command."
1788msgstr ""
1789
1790#: builtins.c:573
1791msgid ""
1792" Place JOB_SPEC in the foreground, and make it the current job.  If\n"
1793"    JOB_SPEC is not present, the shell's notion of the current job is\n"
1794"    used."
1795msgstr ""
1796
1797#: builtins.c:583
1798msgid ""
1799" Place each JOB_SPEC in the background, as if it had been started with\n"
1800"    `&'.  If JOB_SPEC is not present, the shell's notion of the current\n"
1801"    job is used."
1802msgstr ""
1803
1804#: builtins.c:592
1805msgid ""
1806" For each NAME, the full pathname of the command is determined and\n"
1807"    remembered.  If the -p option is supplied, PATHNAME is used as the\n"
1808"    full pathname of NAME, and no path search is performed.  The -r\n"
1809"    option causes the shell to forget all remembered locations.  The -d\n"
1810"    option causes the shell to forget the remembered location of each NAME.\n"
1811"    If the -t option is supplied the full pathname to which each NAME\n"
1812"    corresponds is printed.  If multiple NAME arguments are supplied with\n"
1813"    -t, the NAME is printed before the hashed full pathname.  The -l option\n"
1814"    causes output to be displayed in a format that may be reused as input.\n"
1815"    If no arguments are given, information about remembered commands is "
1816"displayed."
1817msgstr ""
1818
1819#: builtins.c:608
1820msgid ""
1821" Display helpful information about builtin commands.  If PATTERN is\n"
1822"    specified, gives detailed help on all commands matching PATTERN,\n"
1823"    otherwise a list of the builtins is printed.  The -s option\n"
1824"    restricts the output for each builtin command matching PATTERN to\n"
1825"    a short usage synopsis."
1826msgstr ""
1827
1828#: builtins.c:620
1829#, fuzzy
1830msgid ""
1831" Display the history list with line numbers.  Lines listed with\n"
1832"    with a `*' have been modified.  Argument of N says to list only\n"
1833"    the last N lines.  The `-c' option causes the history list to be\n"
1834"    cleared by deleting all of the entries.  The `-d' option deletes\n"
1835"    the history entry at offset OFFSET.  The `-w' option writes out the\n"
1836"    current history to the history file;  `-r' means to read the file and\n"
1837"    append the contents to the history list instead.  `-a' means\n"
1838"    to append history lines from this session to the history file.\n"
1839"    Argument `-n' means to read all history lines not already read\n"
1840"    from the history file and append them to the history list.\n"
1841"    \n"
1842"    If FILENAME is given, then that is used as the history file else\n"
1843"    if $HISTFILE has a value, that is used, else ~/.bash_history.\n"
1844"    If the -s option is supplied, the non-option ARGs are appended to\n"
1845"    the history list as a single entry.  The -p option means to perform\n"
1846"    history expansion on each ARG and display the result, without storing\n"
1847"    anything in the history list.\n"
1848"    \n"
1849"    If the $HISTTIMEFORMAT variable is set and not null, its value is used\n"
1850"    as a format string for strftime(3) to print the time stamp associated\n"
1851"    with each displayed history entry.  No time stamps are printed otherwise."
1852msgstr "expand заместване"
1853
1854#: builtins.c:648
1855msgid ""
1856" Lists the active jobs.  The -l option lists process id's in addition\n"
1857"    to the normal information; the -p option lists process id's only.\n"
1858"    If -n is given, only processes that have changed status since the last\n"
1859"    notification are printed.  JOBSPEC restricts output to that job.  The\n"
1860"    -r and -s options restrict output to running and stopped jobs only,\n"
1861"    respectively.  Without options, the status of all active jobs is\n"
1862"    printed.  If -x is given, COMMAND is run after all job specifications\n"
1863"    that appear in ARGS have been replaced with the process ID of that "
1864"job's\n"
1865"    process group leader."
1866msgstr ""
1867
1868#: builtins.c:664
1869msgid ""
1870" By default, removes each JOBSPEC argument from the table of active jobs.\n"
1871"    If the -h option is given, the job is not removed from the table, but "
1872"is\n"
1873"    marked so that SIGHUP is not sent to the job if the shell receives a\n"
1874"    SIGHUP.  The -a option, when JOBSPEC is not supplied, means to remove "
1875"all\n"
1876"    jobs from the job table; the -r option means to remove only running jobs."
1877msgstr ""
1878
1879#: builtins.c:675
1880msgid ""
1881" Send the processes named by PID (or JOBSPEC) the signal SIGSPEC.  If\n"
1882"    SIGSPEC is not present, then SIGTERM is assumed.  An argument of `-l'\n"
1883"    lists the signal names; if arguments follow `-l' they are assumed to\n"
1884"    be signal numbers for which names should be listed.  Kill is a shell\n"
1885"    builtin for two reasons: it allows job IDs to be used instead of\n"
1886"    process IDs, and, if you have reached the limit on processes that\n"
1887"    you can create, you don't have to start a process to kill another one."
1888msgstr ""
1889
1890#: builtins.c:687
1891msgid ""
1892" Each ARG is an arithmetic expression to be evaluated.  Evaluation\n"
1893"    is done in fixed-width integers with no check for overflow, though\n"
1894"    division by 0 is trapped and flagged as an error.  The following\n"
1895"    list of operators is grouped into levels of equal-precedence operators.\n"
1896"    The levels are listed in order of decreasing precedence.\n"
1897"    \n"
1898"    \tid++, id--\tvariable post-increment, post-decrement\n"
1899"    \t++id, --id\tvariable pre-increment, pre-decrement\n"
1900"    \t-, +\t\tunary minus, plus\n"
1901"    \t!, ~\t\tlogical and bitwise negation\n"
1902"    \t**\t\texponentiation\n"
1903"    \t*, /, %\t\tmultiplication, division, remainder\n"
1904"    \t+, -\t\taddition, subtraction\n"
1905"    \t<<, >>\t\tleft and right bitwise shifts\n"
1906"    \t<=, >=, <, >\tcomparison\n"
1907"    \t==, !=\t\tequality, inequality\n"
1908"    \t&\t\tbitwise AND\n"
1909"    \t^\t\tbitwise XOR\n"
1910"    \t|\t\tbitwise OR\n"
1911"    \t&&\t\tlogical AND\n"
1912"    \t||\t\tlogical OR\n"
1913"    \texpr ? expr : expr\n"
1914"    \t\t\tconditional operator\n"
1915"    \t=, *=, /=, %=,\n"
1916"    \t+=, -=, <<=, >>=,\n"
1917"    \t&=, ^=, |=\tassignment\n"
1918"    \n"
1919"    Shell variables are allowed as operands.  The name of the variable\n"
1920"    is replaced by its value (coerced to a fixed-width integer) within\n"
1921"    an expression.  The variable need not have its integer attribute\n"
1922"    turned on to be used in an expression.\n"
1923"    \n"
1924"    Operators are evaluated in order of precedence.  Sub-expressions in\n"
1925"    parentheses are evaluated first and may override the precedence\n"
1926"    rules above.\n"
1927"    \n"
1928"    If the last ARG evaluates to 0, let returns 1; 0 is returned\n"
1929"    otherwise."
1930msgstr ""
1931
1932#: builtins.c:730
1933msgid ""
1934" One line is read from the standard input, or from file descriptor FD if "
1935"the\n"
1936"    -u option is supplied, and the first word is assigned to the first "
1937"NAME,\n"
1938"    the second word to the second NAME, and so on, with leftover words "
1939"assigned\n"
1940"    to the last NAME.  Only the characters found in $IFS are recognized as "
1941"word\n"
1942"    delimiters.  If no NAMEs are supplied, the line read is stored in the "
1943"REPLY\n"
1944"    variable.  If the -r option is given, this signifies `raw' input, and\n"
1945"    backslash escaping is disabled.  The -d option causes read to continue\n"
1946"    until the first character of DELIM is read, rather than newline.  If the "
1947"-p\n"
1948"    option is supplied, the string PROMPT is output without a trailing "
1949"newline\n"
1950"    before attempting to read.  If -a is supplied, the words read are "
1951"assigned\n"
1952"    to sequential indices of ARRAY, starting at zero.  If -e is supplied "
1953"and\n"
1954"    the shell is interactive, readline is used to obtain the line.  If -n "
1955"is\n"
1956"    supplied with a non-zero NCHARS argument, read returns after NCHARS\n"
1957"    characters have been read.  The -s option causes input coming from a\n"
1958"    terminal to not be echoed.\n"
1959"    \n"
1960"    The -t option causes read to time out and return failure if a complete "
1961"line\n"
1962"    of input is not read within TIMEOUT seconds.  If the TMOUT variable is "
1963"set,\n"
1964"    its value is the default timeout.  The return code is zero, unless end-"
1965"of-file\n"
1966"    is encountered, read times out, or an invalid file descriptor is "
1967"supplied as\n"
1968"    the argument to -u."
1969msgstr ""
1970
1971#: builtins.c:756
1972msgid ""
1973" Causes a function to exit with the return value specified by N.  If N\n"
1974"    is omitted, the return status is that of the last command."
1975msgstr ""
1976
1977#: builtins.c:763
1978msgid ""
1979"     -a  Mark variables which are modified or created for export.\n"
1980"        -b  Notify of job termination immediately.\n"
1981"        -e  Exit immediately if a command exits with a non-zero status.\n"
1982"        -f  Disable file name generation (globbing).\n"
1983"        -h  Remember the location of commands as they are looked up.\n"
1984"        -k  All assignment arguments are placed in the environment for a\n"
1985"            command, not just those that precede the command name.\n"
1986"        -m  Job control is enabled.\n"
1987"        -n  Read commands but do not execute them.\n"
1988"        -o option-name\n"
1989"            Set the variable corresponding to option-name:\n"
1990"                allexport    same as -a\n"
1991"                braceexpand  same as -B\n"
1992"                emacs        use an emacs-style line editing interface\n"
1993"                errexit      same as -e\n"
1994"                errtrace     same as -E\n"
1995"                functrace    same as -T\n"
1996"                hashall      same as -h\n"
1997"                histexpand   same as -H\n"
1998"                history      enable command history\n"
1999"                ignoreeof    the shell will not exit upon reading EOF\n"
2000"                interactive-comments\n"
2001"                             allow comments to appear in interactive "
2002"commands\n"
2003"                keyword      same as -k\n"
2004"                monitor      same as -m\n"
2005"                noclobber    same as -C\n"
2006"                noexec       same as -n\n"
2007"                noglob       same as -f\n"
2008"                nolog        currently accepted but ignored\n"
2009"                notify       same as -b\n"
2010"                nounset      same as -u\n"
2011"                onecmd       same as -t\n"
2012"                physical     same as -P\n"
2013"                pipefail     the return value of a pipeline is the status "
2014"of\n"
2015"                             the last command to exit with a non-zero "
2016"status,\n"
2017"                             or zero if no command exited with a non-zero "
2018"status\n"
2019"                posix        change the behavior of bash where the default\n"
2020"                             operation differs from the 1003.2 standard to\n"
2021"                             match the standard\n"
2022"                privileged   same as -p\n"
2023"                verbose      same as -v\n"
2024"                vi           use a vi-style line editing interface\n"
2025"                xtrace       same as -x\n"
2026"        -p  Turned on whenever the real and effective user ids do not "
2027"match.\n"
2028"            Disables processing of the $ENV file and importing of shell\n"
2029"            functions.  Turning this option off causes the effective uid "
2030"and\n"
2031"            gid to be set to the real uid and gid.\n"
2032"        -t  Exit after reading and executing one command.\n"
2033"        -u  Treat unset variables as an error when substituting.\n"
2034"        -v  Print shell input lines as they are read.\n"
2035"        -x  Print commands and their arguments as they are executed.\n"
2036"        -B  the shell will perform brace expansion\n"
2037"        -C  If set, disallow existing regular files to be overwritten\n"
2038"            by redirection of output.\n"
2039"        -E  If set, the ERR trap is inherited by shell functions.\n"
2040"        -H  Enable ! style history substitution.  This flag is on\n"
2041"            by default when the shell is interactive.\n"
2042"        -P  If set, do not follow symbolic links when executing commands\n"
2043"            such as cd which change the current directory.\n"
2044"        -T  If set, the DEBUG trap is inherited by shell functions.\n"
2045"        -   Assign any remaining arguments to the positional parameters.\n"
2046"            The -x and -v options are turned off.\n"
2047"    \n"
2048"    Using + rather than - causes these flags to be turned off.  The\n"
2049"    flags can also be used upon invocation of the shell.  The current\n"
2050"    set of flags may be found in $-.  The remaining n ARGs are positional\n"
2051"    parameters and are assigned, in order, to $1, $2, .. $n.  If no\n"
2052"    ARGs are given, all shell variables are printed."
2053msgstr ""
2054
2055#: builtins.c:836
2056msgid ""
2057" For each NAME, remove the corresponding variable or function.  Given\n"
2058"    the `-v', unset will only act on variables.  Given the `-f' flag,\n"
2059"    unset will only act on functions.  With neither flag, unset first\n"
2060"    tries to unset a variable, and if that fails, then tries to unset a\n"
2061"    function.  Some variables cannot be unset; also see readonly."
2062msgstr ""
2063
2064#: builtins.c:846
2065msgid ""
2066" NAMEs are marked for automatic export to the environment of\n"
2067"    subsequently executed commands.  If the -f option is given,\n"
2068"    the NAMEs refer to functions.  If no NAMEs are given, or if `-p'\n"
2069"    is given, a list of all names that are exported in this shell is\n"
2070"    printed.  An argument of `-n' says to remove the export property\n"
2071"    from subsequent NAMEs.  An argument of `--' disables further option\n"
2072"    processing."
2073msgstr ""
2074
2075#: builtins.c:858
2076msgid ""
2077" The given NAMEs are marked readonly and the values of these NAMEs may\n"
2078"    not be changed by subsequent assignment.  If the -f option is given,\n"
2079"    then functions corresponding to the NAMEs are so marked.  If no\n"
2080"    arguments are given, or if `-p' is given, a list of all readonly names\n"
2081"    is printed.  The `-a' option means to treat each NAME as\n"
2082"    an array variable.  An argument of `--' disables further option\n"
2083"    processing."
2084msgstr ""
2085
2086#: builtins.c:870
2087msgid ""
2088" The positional parameters from $N+1 ... are renamed to $1 ...  If N is\n"
2089"    not given, it is assumed to be 1."
2090msgstr ""
2091
2092#: builtins.c:877 builtins.c:886
2093msgid ""
2094" Read and execute commands from FILENAME and return.  The pathnames\n"
2095"    in $PATH are used to find the directory containing FILENAME.  If any\n"
2096"    ARGUMENTS are supplied, they become the positional parameters when\n"
2097"    FILENAME is executed."
2098msgstr ""
2099
2100#: builtins.c:896
2101msgid ""
2102" Suspend the execution of this shell until it receives a SIGCONT\n"
2103"    signal.  The `-f' if specified says not to complain about this\n"
2104"    being a login shell if it is; just suspend anyway."
2105msgstr ""
2106
2107#: builtins.c:905
2108msgid ""
2109" Exits with a status of 0 (true) or 1 (false) depending on\n"
2110"    the evaluation of EXPR.  Expressions may be unary or binary.  Unary\n"
2111"    expressions are often used to examine the status of a file.  There\n"
2112"    are string operators as well, and numeric comparison operators.\n"
2113"    \n"
2114"    File operators:\n"
2115"    \n"
2116"        -a FILE        True if file exists.\n"
2117"        -b FILE        True if file is block special.\n"
2118"        -c FILE        True if file is character special.\n"
2119"        -d FILE        True if file is a directory.\n"
2120"        -e FILE        True if file exists.\n"
2121"        -f FILE        True if file exists and is a regular file.\n"
2122"        -g FILE        True if file is set-group-id.\n"
2123"        -h FILE        True if file is a symbolic link.\n"
2124"        -L FILE        True if file is a symbolic link.\n"
2125"        -k FILE        True if file has its `sticky' bit set.\n"
2126"        -p FILE        True if file is a named pipe.\n"
2127"        -r FILE        True if file is readable by you.\n"
2128"        -s FILE        True if file exists and is not empty.\n"
2129"        -S FILE        True if file is a socket.\n"
2130"        -t FD          True if FD is opened on a terminal.\n"
2131"        -u FILE        True if the file is set-user-id.\n"
2132"        -w FILE        True if the file is writable by you.\n"
2133"        -x FILE        True if the file is executable by you.\n"
2134"        -O FILE        True if the file is effectively owned by you.\n"
2135"        -G FILE        True if the file is effectively owned by your group.\n"
2136"        -N FILE        True if the file has been modified since it was last "
2137"read.\n"
2138"    \n"
2139"      FILE1 -nt FILE2  True if file1 is newer than file2 (according to\n"
2140"                       modification date).\n"
2141"    \n"
2142"      FILE1 -ot FILE2  True if file1 is older than file2.\n"
2143"    \n"
2144"      FILE1 -ef FILE2  True if file1 is a hard link to file2.\n"
2145"    \n"
2146"    String operators:\n"
2147"    \n"
2148"        -z STRING      True if string is empty.\n"
2149"    \n"
2150"        -n STRING\n"
2151"        STRING         True if string is not empty.\n"
2152"    \n"
2153"        STRING1 = STRING2\n"
2154"                       True if the strings are equal.\n"
2155"        STRING1 != STRING2\n"
2156"                       True if the strings are not equal.\n"
2157"        STRING1 < STRING2\n"
2158"                       True if STRING1 sorts before STRING2 "
2159"lexicographically.\n"
2160"        STRING1 > STRING2\n"
2161"                       True if STRING1 sorts after STRING2 "
2162"lexicographically.\n"
2163"    \n"
2164"    Other operators:\n"
2165"    \n"
2166"        -o OPTION      True if the shell option OPTION is enabled.\n"
2167"        ! EXPR         True if expr is false.\n"
2168"        EXPR1 -a EXPR2 True if both expr1 AND expr2 are true.\n"
2169"        EXPR1 -o EXPR2 True if either expr1 OR expr2 is true.\n"
2170"    \n"
2171"        arg1 OP arg2   Arithmetic tests.  OP is one of -eq, -ne,\n"
2172"                       -lt, -le, -gt, or -ge.\n"
2173"    \n"
2174"    Arithmetic binary operators return true if ARG1 is equal, not-equal,\n"
2175"    less-than, less-than-or-equal, greater-than, or greater-than-or-equal\n"
2176"    than ARG2."
2177msgstr ""
2178
2179#: builtins.c:975
2180msgid ""
2181" This is a synonym for the \"test\" builtin, but the last\n"
2182"    argument must be a literal `]', to match the opening `['."
2183msgstr ""
2184
2185#: builtins.c:982
2186msgid ""
2187" Print the accumulated user and system times for processes run from\n"
2188"    the shell."
2189msgstr ""
2190
2191#: builtins.c:989
2192msgid ""
2193" The command ARG is to be read and executed when the shell receives\n"
2194"    signal(s) SIGNAL_SPEC.  If ARG is absent (and a single SIGNAL_SPEC\n"
2195"    is supplied) or `-', each specified signal is reset to its original\n"
2196"    value.  If ARG is the null string each SIGNAL_SPEC is ignored by the\n"
2197"    shell and by the commands it invokes.  If a SIGNAL_SPEC is EXIT (0)\n"
2198"    the command ARG is executed on exit from the shell.  If a SIGNAL_SPEC\n"
2199"    is DEBUG, ARG is executed after every simple command.  If the`-p' "
2200"option\n"
2201"    is supplied then the trap commands associated with each SIGNAL_SPEC are\n"
2202"    displayed.  If no arguments are supplied or if only `-p' is given, trap\n"
2203"    prints the list of commands associated with each signal.  Each "
2204"SIGNAL_SPEC\n"
2205"    is either a signal name in <signal.h> or a signal number.  Signal names\n"
2206"    are case insensitive and the SIG prefix is optional.  `trap -l' prints\n"
2207"    a list of signal names and their corresponding numbers.  Note that a\n"
2208"    signal can be sent to the shell with \"kill -signal $$\"."
2209msgstr ""
2210
2211#: builtins.c:1008
2212msgid ""
2213" For each NAME, indicate how it would be interpreted if used as a\n"
2214"    command name.\n"
2215"    \n"
2216"    If the -t option is used, `type' outputs a single word which is one of\n"
2217"    `alias', `keyword', `function', `builtin', `file' or `', if NAME is an\n"
2218"    alias, shell reserved word, shell function, shell builtin, disk file,\n"
2219"    or unfound, respectively.\n"
2220"    \n"
2221"    If the -p flag is used, `type' either returns the name of the disk\n"
2222"    file that would be executed, or nothing if `type -t NAME' would not\n"
2223"    return `file'.\n"
2224"    \n"
2225"    If the -a flag is used, `type' displays all of the places that contain\n"
2226"    an executable named `file'.  This includes aliases, builtins, and\n"
2227"    functions, if and only if the -p flag is not also used.\n"
2228"    \n"
2229"    The -f flag suppresses shell function lookup.\n"
2230"    \n"
2231"    The -P flag forces a PATH search for each NAME, even if it is an alias,\n"
2232"    builtin, or function, and returns the name of the disk file that would\n"
2233"    be executed."
2234msgstr ""
2235
2236#: builtins.c:1035
2237msgid ""
2238" Ulimit provides control over the resources available to processes\n"
2239"    started by the shell, on systems that allow such control.  If an\n"
2240"    option is given, it is interpreted as follows:\n"
2241"    \n"
2242"        -S\tuse the `soft' resource limit\n"
2243"        -H\tuse the `hard' resource limit\n"
2244"        -a\tall current limits are reported\n"
2245"        -c\tthe maximum size of core files created\n"
2246"        -d\tthe maximum size of a process's data segment\n"
2247"        -f\tthe maximum size of files created by the shell\n"
2248"        -i  the maximum number of pending signals\n"
2249"        -l\tthe maximum size a process may lock into memory\n"
2250"        -m\tthe maximum resident set size\n"
2251"        -n\tthe maximum number of open file descriptors\n"
2252"        -p\tthe pipe buffer size\n"
2253"        -q  the maximum number of bytes in POSIX message queues\n"
2254"        -s\tthe maximum stack size\n"
2255"        -t\tthe maximum amount of cpu time in seconds\n"
2256"        -u\tthe maximum number of user processes\n"
2257"        -v\tthe size of virtual memory\n"
2258"        -x  the maximum number of file locks\n"
2259"    \n"
2260"    If LIMIT is given, it is the new value of the specified resource;\n"
2261"    the special LIMIT values `soft', `hard', and `unlimited' stand for\n"
2262"    the current soft limit, the current hard limit, and no limit, "
2263"respectively.\n"
2264"    Otherwise, the current value of the specified resource is printed.\n"
2265"    If no option is given, then -f is assumed.  Values are in 1024-byte\n"
2266"    increments, except for -t, which is in seconds, -p, which is in\n"
2267"    increments of 512 bytes, and -u, which is an unscaled number of\n"
2268"    processes."
2269msgstr ""
2270
2271#: builtins.c:1071
2272msgid ""
2273" The user file-creation mask is set to MODE.  If MODE is omitted, or if\n"
2274"    `-S' is supplied, the current value of the mask is printed.  The `-S'\n"
2275"    option makes the output symbolic; otherwise an octal number is output.\n"
2276"    If `-p' is supplied, and MODE is omitted, the output is in a form\n"
2277"    that may be used as input.  If MODE begins with a digit, it is\n"
2278"    interpreted as an octal number, otherwise it is a symbolic mode string\n"
2279"    like that accepted by chmod(1)."
2280msgstr ""
2281
2282#: builtins.c:1084
2283msgid ""
2284" Wait for the specified process and report its termination status.  If\n"
2285"    N is not given, all currently active child processes are waited for,\n"
2286"    and the return code is zero.  N may be a process ID or a job\n"
2287"    specification; if a job spec is given, all processes in the job's\n"
2288"    pipeline are waited for."
2289msgstr ""
2290
2291#: builtins.c:1096
2292msgid ""
2293" Wait for the specified process and report its termination status.  If\n"
2294"    N is not given, all currently active child processes are waited for,\n"
2295"    and the return code is zero.  N is a process ID; if it is not given,\n"
2296"    all child processes of the shell are waited for."
2297msgstr ""
2298
2299#: builtins.c:1106
2300msgid ""
2301" The `for' loop executes a sequence of commands for each member in a\n"
2302"    list of items.  If `in WORDS ...;' is not present, then `in \"$@\"' is\n"
2303"    assumed.  For each element in WORDS, NAME is set to that element, and\n"
2304"    the COMMANDS are executed."
2305msgstr ""
2306
2307#: builtins.c:1115
2308msgid ""
2309" Equivalent to\n"
2310"    \t(( EXP1 ))\n"
2311"    \twhile (( EXP2 )); do\n"
2312"    \t\tCOMMANDS\n"
2313"    \t\t(( EXP3 ))\n"
2314"    \tdone\n"
2315"    EXP1, EXP2, and EXP3 are arithmetic expressions.  If any expression is\n"
2316"    omitted, it behaves as if it evaluates to 1."
2317msgstr ""
2318
2319#: builtins.c:1128
2320#, fuzzy
2321msgid ""
2322" The WORDS are expanded, generating a list of words.  The\n"
2323"    set of expanded words is printed on the standard error, each\n"
2324"    preceded by a number.  If `in WORDS' is not present, `in \"$@\"'\n"
2325"    is assumed.  The PS3 prompt is then displayed and a line read\n"
2326"    from the standard input.  If the line consists of the number\n"
2327"    corresponding to one of the displayed words, then NAME is set\n"
2328"    to that word.  If the line is empty, WORDS and the prompt are\n"
2329"    redisplayed.  If EOF is read, the command completes.  Any other\n"
2330"    value read causes NAME to be set to null.  The line read is saved\n"
2331"    in the variable REPLY.  COMMANDS are executed after each selection\n"
2332"    until a break command is executed."
2333msgstr ""
2334" ДУМИте биват замествани, което води до създаването на списък с думи.\n"
2335"    Наборът от заместените думи бива отпечатан на изхода за стандартната\n"
2336"    грешка, като всяка от тях се предшества от номер.  Ако клаузата „in ДУМИ“\n"
2337"    липсва, използва се „in \"$@\"“.  В такива случа се отпечатва подсказката PS3\n"
2338"    и от стандартния вход се прочита ред.  Ако редът се състои от номера, който\n"
2339"    съответства на някоя от показаните думи, ИМЕто се задава да е тази дума.\n"
2340"    Ако редът е празен, отново се отпечатват ДУМИте и подсказката.  Ако се\n"
2341"    прочете EOF, комндата завършва.  Всяка друга стойност присвоява null на ИМЕ.\n"
2342"    Прочетеният ред null се запазва в променливата REPLY.  КОМАНДИте се\n"
2343"    изпълняват след всеки избор до изпълняването на команда за прекъсване\n"
2344"    (break)."
2345
2346#: builtins.c:1144
2347msgid ""
2348" Execute PIPELINE and print a summary of the real time, user CPU time,\n"
2349"    and system CPU time spent executing PIPELINE when it terminates.\n"
2350"    The return status is the return status of PIPELINE.  The `-p' option\n"
2351"    prints the timing summary in a slightly different format.  This uses\n"
2352"    the value of the TIMEFORMAT variable as the output format."
2353msgstr ""
2354
2355#: builtins.c:1154
2356msgid ""
2357" Selectively execute COMMANDS based upon WORD matching PATTERN.  The\n"
2358"    `|' is used to separate multiple patterns."
2359msgstr ""
2360
2361#: builtins.c:1161
2362msgid ""
2363" The `if COMMANDS' list is executed.  If its exit status is zero, then the\n"
2364"    `then COMMANDS' list is executed.  Otherwise, each `elif COMMANDS' list "
2365"is\n"
2366"    executed in turn, and if its exit status is zero, the corresponding\n"
2367"    `then COMMANDS' list is executed and the if command completes.  "
2368"Otherwise,\n"
2369"    the `else COMMANDS' list is executed, if present.  The exit status of "
2370"the\n"
2371"    entire construct is the exit status of the last command executed, or "
2372"zero\n"
2373"    if no condition tested true."
2374msgstr ""
2375
2376#: builtins.c:1173
2377msgid ""
2378" Expand and execute COMMANDS as long as the final command in the\n"
2379"    `while' COMMANDS has an exit status of zero."
2380msgstr ""
2381
2382#: builtins.c:1180
2383msgid ""
2384" Expand and execute COMMANDS as long as the final command in the\n"
2385"    `until' COMMANDS has an exit status which is not zero."
2386msgstr ""
2387
2388#: builtins.c:1187
2389msgid ""
2390" Create a simple command invoked by NAME which runs COMMANDS.\n"
2391"    Arguments on the command line along with NAME are passed to the\n"
2392"    function as $0 .. $n."
2393msgstr ""
2394
2395#: builtins.c:1195
2396msgid ""
2397" Run a set of commands in a group.  This is one way to redirect an\n"
2398"    entire set of commands."
2399msgstr ""
2400
2401#: builtins.c:1202
2402msgid ""
2403" Equivalent to the JOB_SPEC argument to the `fg' command.  Resume a\n"
2404"    stopped or background job.  JOB_SPEC can specify either a job name\n"
2405"    or a job number.  Following JOB_SPEC with a `&' places the job in\n"
2406"    the background, as if the job specification had been supplied as an\n"
2407"    argument to `bg'."
2408msgstr ""
2409
2410#: builtins.c:1212
2411msgid ""
2412" The EXPRESSION is evaluated according to the rules for arithmetic\n"
2413"    evaluation.  Equivalent to \"let EXPRESSION\"."
2414msgstr ""
2415" ИЗРАЗът се изчислява според правилата на аритметичното оценяване.\n"
2416"    Еквивалентно на „let ИЗРАЗ“."
2417
2418#: builtins.c:1219
2419msgid ""
2420" Returns a status of 0 or 1 depending on the evaluation of the conditional\n"
2421"    expression EXPRESSION.  Expressions are composed of the same primaries "
2422"used\n"
2423"    by the `test' builtin, and may be combined using the following "
2424"operators\n"
2425"    \n"
2426"    \t( EXPRESSION )\tReturns the value of EXPRESSION\n"
2427"    \t! EXPRESSION\tTrue if EXPRESSION is false; else false\n"
2428"    \tEXPR1 && EXPR2\tTrue if both EXPR1 and EXPR2 are true; else false\n"
2429"    \tEXPR1 || EXPR2\tTrue if either EXPR1 or EXPR2 is true; else false\n"
2430"    \n"
2431"    When the `==' and `!=' operators are used, the string to the right of "
2432"the\n"
2433"    operator is used as a pattern and pattern matching is performed.  The\n"
2434"    && and || operators do not evaluate EXPR2 if EXPR1 is sufficient to\n"
2435"    determine the expression's value."
2436msgstr ""
2437" Връща състояние 0 или 1 в зависимост от оценката на условния ИЗРАС.  Изразите\n"
2438"    са съставени от същите примитиви, както вградената команда „test“ и могат да\n"
2439"    се съчетават чрез следните оператори:\n"
2440"    \n"
2441"    \t( ИЗРАЗ )        Връща стойността на ИЗРАЗа\n"
2442"    \t! ИЗРАЗ          Истина, ако ИЗРАЗ се оценя на лъжа, в останалите случаи\n"
2443"                         е лъжа\n"
2444"    \tИЗРАЗ1 && ИЗРАЗ2 Истина, ако едновременно ИЗРАЗ1 и ИЗРАЗ2 са истина,\n"
2445"                         в останалите случаи е лъжа.\n"
2446"    \tИЗРАЗ1 || ИЗРАЗ2 Истина, ако поне единият от ИЗРАЗ1 и ИЗРАЗ2 е истина,\n"
2447"                         в останалите случаи е лъжа.\n"
2448"    \n"
2449"    Когато се използват операторите „==“ и „!=“, низът от дясната страна на\n"
2450"    оператора се използва като шаблон и се извършва напасване.  Операторите\n"
2451"    „&&“ и „||“ не оценят ИЗРАЗ2, ако ИЗРАЗ1 е достатъчен за определяне на\n"
2452"    стойността на израза."
2453
2454#: builtins.c:1237
2455msgid ""
2456" BASH_VERSION    Version information for this Bash.\n"
2457"    CDPATH          A colon-separated list of directories to search\n"
2458"    \t\tfor directries given as arguments to `cd'.\n"
2459"    GLOBIGNORE\tA colon-separated list of patterns describing filenames to\n"
2460"    \t\tbe ignored by pathname expansion.\n"
2461"    HISTFILE        The name of the file where your command history is "
2462"stored.\n"
2463"    HISTFILESIZE    The maximum number of lines this file can contain.\n"
2464"    HISTSIZE        The maximum number of history lines that a running\n"
2465"    \t\tshell can access.\n"
2466"    HOME            The complete pathname to your login directory.\n"
2467"    HOSTNAME\tThe name of the current host.\n"
2468"    HOSTTYPE        The type of CPU this version of Bash is running under.\n"
2469"    IGNOREEOF       Controls the action of the shell on receipt of an EOF\n"
2470"    \t\tcharacter as the sole input.  If set, then the value\n"
2471"    \t\tof it is the number of EOF characters that can be seen\n"
2472"    \t\tin a row on an empty line before the shell will exit\n"
2473"    \t\t(default 10).  When unset, EOF signifies the end of input.\n"
2474"    MACHTYPE\tA string describing the current system Bash is running on.\n"
2475"    MAILCHECK\tHow often, in seconds, Bash checks for new mail.\n"
2476"    MAILPATH\tA colon-separated list of filenames which Bash checks\n"
2477"    \t\tfor new mail.\n"
2478"    OSTYPE\t\tThe version of Unix this version of Bash is running on.\n"
2479"    PATH            A colon-separated list of directories to search when\n"
2480"    \t\tlooking for commands.\n"
2481"    PROMPT_COMMAND  A command to be executed before the printing of each\n"
2482"    \t\tprimary prompt.\n"
2483"    PS1             The primary prompt string.\n"
2484"    PS2             The secondary prompt string.\n"
2485"    PWD\t\tThe full pathname of the current directory.\n"
2486"    SHELLOPTS\tA colon-separated list of enabled shell options.\n"
2487"    TERM            The name of the current terminal type.\n"
2488"    TIMEFORMAT\tThe output format for timing statistics displayed by the\n"
2489"    \t\t`time' reserved word.\n"
2490"    auto_resume     Non-null means a command word appearing on a line by\n"
2491"    \t\titself is first looked for in the list of currently\n"
2492"    \t\tstopped jobs.  If found there, that job is foregrounded.\n"
2493"    \t\tA value of `exact' means that the command word must\n"
2494"    \t\texactly match a command in the list of stopped jobs.  A\n"
2495"    \t\tvalue of `substring' means that the command word must\n"
2496"    \t\tmatch a substring of the job.  Any other value means that\n"
2497"    \t\tthe command must be a prefix of a stopped job.\n"
2498"    histchars       Characters controlling history expansion and quick\n"
2499"    \t\tsubstitution.  The first character is the history\n"
2500"    \t\tsubstitution character, usually `!'.  The second is\n"
2501"    \t\tthe `quick substitution' character, usually `^'.  The\n"
2502"    \t\tthird is the `history comment' character, usually `#'.\n"
2503"    HISTIGNORE\tA colon-separated list of patterns used to decide which\n"
2504"    \t\tcommands should be saved on the history list.\n"
2505msgstr ""
2506
2507#: builtins.c:1292
2508msgid ""
2509" Adds a directory to the top of the directory stack, or rotates\n"
2510"    the stack, making the new top of the stack the current working\n"
2511"    directory.  With no arguments, exchanges the top two directories.\n"
2512"    \n"
2513"    +N\tRotates the stack so that the Nth directory (counting\n"
2514"    \tfrom the left of the list shown by `dirs', starting with\n"
2515"    \tzero) is at the top.\n"
2516"    \n"
2517"    -N\tRotates the stack so that the Nth directory (counting\n"
2518"    \tfrom the right of the list shown by `dirs', starting with\n"
2519"    \tzero) is at the top.\n"
2520"    \n"
2521"    -n\tsuppress the normal change of directory when adding directories\n"
2522"    \tto the stack, so only the stack is manipulated.\n"
2523"    \n"
2524"    dir\tadds DIR to the directory stack at the top, making it the\n"
2525"    \tnew current working directory.\n"
2526"    \n"
2527"    You can see the directory stack with the `dirs' command."
2528msgstr ""
2529
2530#: builtins.c:1318
2531msgid ""
2532" Removes entries from the directory stack.  With no arguments,\n"
2533"    removes the top directory from the stack, and cd's to the new\n"
2534"    top directory.\n"
2535"    \n"
2536"    +N\tremoves the Nth entry counting from the left of the list\n"
2537"    \tshown by `dirs', starting with zero.  For example: `popd +0'\n"
2538"    \tremoves the first directory, `popd +1' the second.\n"
2539"    \n"
2540"    -N\tremoves the Nth entry counting from the right of the list\n"
2541"    \tshown by `dirs', starting with zero.  For example: `popd -0'\n"
2542"    \tremoves the last directory, `popd -1' the next to last.\n"
2543"    \n"
2544"    -n\tsuppress the normal change of directory when removing directories\n"
2545"    \tfrom the stack, so only the stack is manipulated.\n"
2546"    \n"
2547"    You can see the directory stack with the `dirs' command."
2548msgstr ""
2549
2550#: builtins.c:1341
2551msgid ""
2552" Display the list of currently remembered directories.  Directories\n"
2553"    find their way onto the list with the `pushd' command; you can get\n"
2554"    back up through the list with the `popd' command.\n"
2555"    \n"
2556"    The -l flag specifies that `dirs' should not print shorthand versions\n"
2557"    of directories which are relative to your home directory.  This means\n"
2558"    that `~/bin' might be displayed as `/homes/bfox/bin'.  The -v flag\n"
2559"    causes `dirs' to print the directory stack with one entry per line,\n"
2560"    prepending the directory name with its position in the stack.  The -p\n"
2561"    flag does the same thing, but the stack position is not prepended.\n"
2562"    The -c flag clears the directory stack by deleting all of the elements.\n"
2563"    \n"
2564"    +N\tdisplays the Nth entry counting from the left of the list shown by\n"
2565"    \tdirs when invoked without options, starting with zero.\n"
2566"    \n"
2567"    -N\tdisplays the Nth entry counting from the right of the list shown by\n"
2568"    \tdirs when invoked without options, starting with zero."
2569msgstr ""
2570
2571#: builtins.c:1364
2572msgid ""
2573" Toggle the values of variables controlling optional behavior.\n"
2574"    The -s flag means to enable (set) each OPTNAME; the -u flag\n"
2575"    unsets each OPTNAME.  The -q flag suppresses output; the exit\n"
2576"    status indicates whether each OPTNAME is set or unset.  The -o\n"
2577"    option restricts the OPTNAMEs to those defined for use with\n"
2578"    `set -o'.  With no options, or with the -p option, a list of all\n"
2579"    settable options is displayed, with an indication of whether or\n"
2580"    not each is set."
2581msgstr ""
2582
2583#: builtins.c:1377
2584msgid ""
2585" printf formats and prints ARGUMENTS under control of the FORMAT. FORMAT\n"
2586"    is a character string which contains three types of objects: plain\n"
2587"    characters, which are simply copied to standard output, character "
2588"escape\n"
2589"    sequences which are converted and copied to the standard output, and\n"
2590"    format specifications, each of which causes printing of the next "
2591"successive\n"
2592"    argument.  In addition to the standard printf(1) formats, %b means to\n"
2593"    expand backslash escape sequences in the corresponding argument, and %q\n"
2594"    means to quote the argument in a way that can be reused as shell input.\n"
2595"    If the -v option is supplied, the output is placed into the value of "
2596"the\n"
2597"    shell variable VAR rather than being sent to the standard output."
2598msgstr ""
2599
2600#: builtins.c:1393
2601msgid ""
2602" For each NAME, specify how arguments are to be completed.\n"
2603"    If the -p option is supplied, or if no options are supplied, existing\n"
2604"    completion specifications are printed in a way that allows them to be\n"
2605"    reused as input.  The -r option removes a completion specification for\n"
2606"    each NAME, or, if no NAMEs are supplied, all completion specifications."
2607msgstr ""
2608" Указва как да се допълват аргументите за всяко име.\n"
2609"    Ако е зададена опцията -p, или не са зададени никакви опции, съществуващите\n"
2610"    класове дописвания се отпечатват по начин, който позволява да се използват\n"
2611"    за вход.  Опцията -r премахва клас дописвания за всяко ИМЕ, а ако не е\n"
2612"    дадено такова, се махат всички класове."
2613
2614#: builtins.c:1405
2615msgid ""
2616" Display the possible completions depending on the options.  Intended\n"
2617"    to be used from within a shell function generating possible "
2618"completions.\n"
2619"    If the optional WORD argument is supplied, matches against WORD are\n"
2620"    generated."
2621msgstr ""
2622" Показване на възможните дописвания на базата на възможностите.  Целта е да се\n"
2623"    ползва в рамките функция на обвивката, която генерира възможните дописвания.\n"
2624"    Ако е зададен незадължителният аргумент ДУМА, генерират се напсванията с\n"
2625"    него."
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