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[libreoffice-l10n] Pootle is working again + a new check!
- Subject: [libreoffice-l10n] Pootle is working again + a new check!
- From: Andras Timar <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 5 Dec 2012 17:15:44 +0100
- To: LibreOffice-l10n <firstname.lastname@example.org>
All of the struggle in the past 2 days was because I wanted to install
a new check to Pootle. It is "Invalid XML" written by Tamas Zolnai.
So, the Pootle downtime was because of a misconfiguration, Pootle went
into an endless loop. Thanks to julen from #pootle channel, it has
been fixed. And now I know how to do it better next time. :)
Invalid XML check is really important. It checks XML errors in readme
and help. Segments that contain XML errors are ignored by the build
system. So please double check this, otherwise those sentences will be
in English in your localization. There are 3 known false positives,
that you should ignore (<empty> in Calc help, and <ref> and
<reference> in MediaWiki extension help). Still, it is much better
than "XML tags" check, which has hundreds of false positives in every
language. I would like to introduce more useful checks in the future.
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