Le Samedi 20 Mars 2010 15:03:53, Pablo Martin-Gomez a écrit :
Le Sat, 13 Mar 2010 23:38:45 +0200,
Dimitris Glezos <glezos(a)indifex.com> a écrit :
> Here's a Q: How are manpages translated? Are they translated at all?
> If they are translated somehow, how would they be packaged?
> I see Debian having a few teams collecting manpages and translating
> them via PO files. Sounds like a good meta-distro-project of sorts.
Just to comment the second part. I recently switch the source of the
man-pages-fr package to the Debian's one.
A great decision!
I understand now why there is no more french translation for system calls or
As a next step, can I suggest you to completaly remove the package?
Excluding the easiness of
translating po files instead of man files,
What do you know about translating man pages?
this Debian project has a
cool initiative : they collected the patches from the Fedora's man-pages
package, created a dedicate file to translate this changes, and
eventually built a tarball for Fedora with our patches included. And
they do this for almost every distro.
And on every distro, we'll can see in a lot of pages "Debian, Debian, Debian,
Les pages de manuel Linux en français