Hi Sophie, *,
On Fri, Oct 4, 2019 at 1:36 PM sophi <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Le 04/10/2019 à 12:33, Sveinn í Felli a écrit :
Þann 4.10.2019 10:16, skrifaði Christian Lohmaier:
c) for those projects really wanting to upload all at once: use the
weblate client program and use a script to automate the upload using
This is interesting. I guess that those who are susceptible to use batch
upload/download are mostly language coordinators with some scripting
experience. We could of course share our scripts here.
That's a good idea :) maybe best would be to store them in the 10n part
of the wiki?
As I like perl better than python, I wrote a helper script that will
take care of downloading multiple files
copying the builtin help here for reference.
weblate-download.pl is used to download multiple po files for a project
from TDF's weblate server. Downloading will replicate the directory
structure as used in the repository. Note that anonymous access is
restricted to 100 requests/day.
Examples (use --help to see all options):
"weblate-download.pl -t /tmp/pofiles -p libo_help-master -l fr"
"weblate-download.pl -k -l vec -f dictionaries"
All options names are case-insensitive and can be abbreviated as long as
the prefix is still unique
the target directory (will be created if it doesn't exist already) to
use for the download
defaults to /var/tmp/weblate-download
the project to process - either "libo_ui-master" or "libo_help-master"
defaults to libo_ui-master
the language to download, required.
optional option to restrict the download to only those components that
start with "componentprefix"
optional switch to output more progress information
optional switch to enable authenticated API access. If "--keyfile" is
specified without a pathname, it defaults to ~/.config/tdf-weblate
If the option is not specified, anonymous access is used (restricted
to 100 requests/day) The file should contain just your personal API
key (found in weblate → profile-icon → settings → API access)
optional switch to overwrite already existing files. If not specified,
download will be skipped for existing files.
Use at your own risk.
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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] Migrating 6.3 project to Weblate · Christian Lohmaier
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