2014.12.21 15:17, Mihovil Stanic rašė:
21.12.2014. u 13:43, Jesper Hertel je napisao/la:
I know it is possible in Pootle to search and edit terminology entries
online. (In the Danish project, it happens at
I can see that this has not been set up for Croatian (hr); the URL
Croatian terminology file is located here:
Inside libo_ui directory. Not sure why, but I noticed some other
languages have it same way.
Anyway, I don't mind having it that way.
It is this way because you (or maybe someone else) made it that way. The
pootle-terminology.po file inside a translation project holds
terminology that is specific to that particular translation project
(libo-ui in this case) and should not be used in other projects (such as
website, android, libo*_help and other libo*_ui projects). Managing
terminology that way is rather suboptimal for our case, in my opinion,
but the choice is yours.
Meanwhile, the Danish Terminology, to which Jesper pointed, is global to
our Pootle instance. The terms from it will be suggested for all
translation projects within our Pootle.
If you would like to have the Terminology project enabled for Croatian,
just ask. Once it is enabled, you can upload any files you want to it,
and manage them, as Jesper pointed out (although I guess that management
interface is still not as good as it could be).
- would be nice to add translation for new entry in same step,
can add new entry, then go to language main page, select "needs
translation" in termnology and then enter translation
I didn't understand that. Maybe that is Virtaal related?
When I add new entry to terminology file:
I can only add original string, for example word "target" and then
save it. I cannot add translation "cilj" in same step.
To add translation, I have to go to main libo_ui directory, select
"untranslated strings" from pootle terminology file and then translate it.
This looks like a good feature request for Pootle. :)
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