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On Wed, 2015-01-28 at 10:20 +0100, Stephan Bergmann wrote:
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).

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).

This has always been a clear as mud to me as to what the *current*
translation workflow is and how as a developer I can fix a translation.

e.g. in the past changing the "Letter" size translation in Spanish to
"Oficio" instead of the literal translation was a pain. And right now I
want to fix a gadzillion Indic translations short-cuts to ascii chars
and not characters that only available via IM. What I want to do is to
commit to the translations git repo and forget about it. Does that
work ?

C.


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