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On 2011-04-20 05:34, Sophie Gautier wrote:
Hi Christian,
On 20/04/2011 04:20, Christian Lohmaier wrote:
Hi *,

On Wed, Apr 20, 2011 at 2:15 AM, Christian Lohmaier
<>  wrote:

[broken translations that break the build]
So please fix those "Expected Symbol: Close tag for<tagname>" ones as
fast as possible, and have Andras upload them, otherwise chances are
that your language will just be skipped.

For your convenience, I wrote a awk one-liner to turn the error-log
into clickable URLs that will take you to the translation unit in

thanks a lot, it's very kind :) but my issue here is more about my own organization than fixing the errors. I'm translating off line using wordorge of gedit, so I need to get my local files and Pootle files in sync. The process po2sdf -> gsicheck -> correcting po then upload on pootle is quite long and I tend to make it only when I'm over with the most important part of localization.

You could try these two suggestions:

1) Run 'po2oo --filteraction=warn' or 'pofilter --openoffice'. Either will pick up your errors before needing to run gsicheck. If you get stuck I can give lessons. Both of these will use the same checks that are available on Pootle.

2) Try Virtaal beta5 - this includes the LibO specific checks as you type. Installation instructions: Win:


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