In the context of program code, I'm emitting the following message:
Using local declaration of
<constant> supposed to be contained ("declared") in the library
<module> and used from there, but neither library nor
<module> is not done yet, so I (as typical lazy native :) decided to make local stub declaration and produce an announcement of this fact. However I feel strong aftertaste of Engrish and would like to know for sure.
If answer is "yes", please suggest a rephrase (preferably of comparable length).
It's not really a debugging message, but rather a custom compiler message (hence the desire for brevity), destined to remind about the need of using function
foo from the proper library
bar instead of using quickly tossed off variation of
foo from the program itself (hence "locally").