Gist: When writing an extension of a plugin, can the extension "borrow" the translations of the req'd parent plugin by using it's textdomain?
Scenario: Let's say that there's a parent plugin, whose translation is up to date, and follows WP standards on the matter. I come along, and write an extension plugin.
This extension requires the parent plugin (it will not install without it).
Now lets say that there's a string in my plugin that's translated in the parent plugin. Assuming the strings are absolutely identical (case, alpha, etc), can I borrow the translation of that string, which has already been translated by others, from the parent plugin and use it in my extension by simply using the parent plugin's textdomain? like _e('String', 'parentplugin');
What I'd like to do is for several items that have identical, pretranslated strings in the parent plugin, use the parent plugin's translations for them, to reduce the amount of work required by people translating my plugin.