In data giovedì 21 novembre 2013 21:49:57, Andras Timar ha scritto:
I did not see it announced here, so probably work is on progress. But
I saw a lot of people started translation.
could you confirm me the package migration is from 4.1 to 4.2 ?
I'm currently working on an important revision of the help, indipendent from
the translation, and I need to know if I can safely continue this revision in
4.2, leaving 4.1 in its present state.
For help, the 20000 new words look very bad. When I updated filed from
4.0 to 4.1, I used a script that replaced ahelp hid parameters in
translations, most of the this untranslatable change is the only
change. I saved the commands, probably they are still useful:
git diff 14779b36c86679f..6ff9e113ec34775 | grep "ahelp hid" | grep -v
"^ " | sed -e "s/^.*ahelp hid=\"//" | sed -e "s/\".*$//" > replace.txt
I don't remember what the commit range was. Probably from 4.0 branch
point to 4.1 branch point. Then I manually edited replaced txt, there
were some wrong lines in it. I kept only the real pairs of changes.
Then I replaced strings in existing translations:
for i in `ls -1 translations/libo_help/ | grep -v templates`;do python
src/pootle/manage.py sync_stores --project=libo_help --language=$i;cd
translations/libo_help/$i;for j in `find . -name \*.po`;do sed -f
/home/timar/replace.txt <$j >$j.new;mv $j.new $j;done;cd
../../..;python src/pootle/manage.py update_stores --project=libo_help
Then I updated translations against the latest templates.
My second remarks is about UI. I find the new word count too low. I
can't believe that there is nothing new in sw, sd, sc etc. I did not
I'm sorry, if these issues have been already known, and are being addressed.
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