Il 15/12/2011 13:00, Andras Timar ha scritto:
Today I extracted translatable strings from source code. For those,
who don't use Pootle, I put the SDF file and the POT files here:
Please remember this new location, I will not use the ftp.fsf.hu
server any more.
Pootle users only need to wait a bit, Pootle is being updated. It
takes a lot of time, as always. I think it will be ready in 3-4 hours
as today is 18th Dec, can I start announcing a new localization cycle in
my language list? I suppose the string freeze is currently done.
Please note, that there is a new module: nlpsolver. Please copy&paste
your existing translations from
I did not have the time to do the migration.
I'll check for it, thank you.
Also, there are new strings in the English and Hungarian dictionary
module, coming from the Lightproof grammar checker. Feel free not to
translate them, especially the Hungarian, if you think that your users
will not benefit from this module.
Where can we find it? In Launchpad? But where can we contribute for
languages other than English and Hungarian?
I have to admit, that strings from .properties files from the modules
above can be extracted, but at the moment translations are not merged
back. So please don't be surprised, when you don't see NLPsolver or
Lightproof translated. The same applies to NLPsolver help. I hope I
can finish integration work soon, maybe with the help of other
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