I’m importing files from github. It’s format is below: KEY_NAME=SOURCE_STRINGS
But when source string has semicolon(;), imported source string divided source and context. KEY_NAME=SOURCE_STRING1;SOURCE_STRING2
In this case SOURCE_STRING2 becomes context.
To prevent the semicolon in your source strings from being interpreted as a context separator, you can adjust the import settings by using a custom segmentation rule. Please refer to the following page for guidance on setting up custom segmentation in Crowdin:
When importing a key-value structure, it’s important to ensure that your file format is supported and correctly formatted. Make sure to follow the syntax specific to your file type to avoid any import errors.
Hello @NataliaS ,
I read documents you suggest. I see it is specification.
To import ini file within semicolon its value, I need to edit source file contents.
OK. Thank you crowdin team. Please close this topic.