On Tue, Jun 21, 2011 at 12:13 AM, Nathan Thomas <nathan(a)afternoondust.co.uk>
Thanks Dimitris, I had tx-client configured correctly, but for some reason
the bg and cs_CZ files aren't being pulled when I run 'tx pull --all'. If I
specify the languages with --lang a folder is created with the
Article_Info.po, Author_Group.po, and Revision_History.po files, but in both
cases the main po file was put in a separate folder called 'translations',
with a filename '<lang>.po' instead of 'Fedora_Live_Images.po'.
Can you please report using the Feedback button at the right-side of
Is this a change to Publican/Transifex that I've missed? How do I
Publican to build using the file in the 'translations' folder? At the moment
when I run 'publican build' as per
it simply falls back to using the en-US Fedora_Live_Images.po.
You can use Transifex Client to pull translated resources from Transifex to
your local files. By configuring it properly you can, for example, download
"Resource X, Italian" to a local file called
I believe someone else from the Docs team can answer questions about Publican.
A good plan would be for a person who has played around with the tools to setup
a wiki page explaining how to get a doc localized. It should be as easy as
running a couple of commands and committing ``.tx/config`` to your repo.
On Mon, 2011-06-20 at 22:51 +0300, Dimitris Glezos wrote:
On Mon, Jun 20, 2011 at 10:10 PM, Nathan Thomas <nathan(a)afternoondust.co.uk>
> I've received bug report BZ#714735 about the Bulgarian translation of the
> Live Image Guide. There's no folder for Bulgarian in the Live Image Guide
> git repo, and when I run 'tx pull -all', the Bulgarian translation
> pulled (same with the Czech translation, and maybe a few others). Is there
> anything I need to do to set up these translations in the git repo?
The file pull works for me:
$ tx init $ tx set --auto-remote
$ tx pull --lang bg,cz_CZ $ ls
> Also, I've noticed that some languages have two entries in the Transifex
> list - for example, Dutch has 'nl' and 'nl_NL'. In some cases a lot
> is going into the short-named translation (e.g. 'nl'), but only changes
> made to the long-named translation (e.g. 'nl-NL') seem to be pulled to the
> git repo when I run 'tx pull'.
Good point. I'll open a separate thread for this.
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