Le 20/02/2014 17:00, Cor Nouws a écrit :
Sophie wrote (20-02-14 15:45)
Le 20/02/2014 15:24, Cor Nouws a écrit :
So a long way to go to 4.3.0 - not ? ;)
it depends if you have to check and correct your localization or if
you're done ;)
As far as I can see, there is no localization started, so nothing to
check either :)
For me it's time to check my translation rush for 4.2.0 and it will take
some time :)
I think it can be a nice job for people to do some preparation work wrt
the localization of converted dialogs.
Making screen shots of the current versions for example..
What will we do with them ?
The idea is that the people that work in pootle, having to translate
dialogs that are sometimes strange to them, can look at how it was
before the conversion to ui.
ah, ok, but that's a lot of work!
Can someone do a useful grep op cgit log to get all "converted * to .ui"
commits (since 4.2.0 branch off) ?
you've got them in the share directory of your installation.
We do not have the .ui files that are in master.
you got them in the master
And if there would be a nightly for 32bits debian, I still had to sort
out for what was added after 4.2 branch off.
Hence my request.
I understand your request for a diff now, you're right :)
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