Le 2 mars 2011 à 17:58, Axel Dörfler a écrit : > Siarzhuk Zharski <zharik@xxxxxx> wrote: >> On Wed, 02 Mar 2011 16:14:02 +0100, Axel DÃ¶rfler wrote: >>> zharik@xxxxxx wrote: >>>> - In consistency with other applications, following units were >>>> replaced: MB -> MiB, >>>> KB -> KiB; >>> That doesn't really sound like the correct solution; the unit itself >>> needs to be translated as well. >> Could you, please, explain your idea? >> AFAIK, current memory counting in Process Controller is in powers of >> 2. >> Corresponding IEC prefixes for such units in English are KiB, MiB >> etc. >> And these unit names accordingly proposed for translation. > > I must confess I missed this, but the order of the translation might > also be variable. In any case, the solution implemented by Philippe is > what I should have suggested in the first place :-) As far as I am concerned, KB = 1024B, at least until the US switches to the metric system :-D I propose we use Ka/Ma/Ga prefixes instead for 1000: Kaka byte Mama byte Gaga byte =) François.