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Le 28/01/2015 10:20, Stephan Bergmann a écrit :
On 01/19/2015 11:03 AM, Sophie wrote:
- if there is a way to script changes, script them otherwise wait until
there is a script available to commit them

I am not sure I understand you here (to me, the "otherwise" part reads:
"if there is no way to script changes, wait until there is a script
available," which would not make sense).

Sorry for being unclear, I mean if scripting is possible but the
commiter don't know how to write the script, or have no time for it,
wait until somebody else write it. Of course, if it's no scriptable,
then no need to wait for a script :)


When talking about (developer-side) scripting, is it actually OK to
commit modifications to the translations in the translations git
sub-repo?  My understanding was that such modifications would be
overwritten by the next "import commit" (as typically done by Andras,
AFAIU from some Pootle database).

I don't know, maybe Andras or Rimas will.

Cheers
Sophie

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