Hallo, I have seen that pykickstart is ready for translation. I have taken it
from the status page, then I try to add it.po to cvs whith the following
$ cvs -f add 'it.po' 2>&1
cvs server: scheduling file `it.po' for addition
cvs server: use 'cvs commit' to add this file permanently
$ cvs -f commit -m 'It po added' 'it.po' 2>&1
**** Access allowed: tombo is in ACL for pykickstart/po.
RCS file: /usr/local/CVS/pykickstart/po/it.po,v
cvs server: ERROR: cannot write file /usr/local/CVS/pykickstart/po/it.po,v:
cvs server: Couldn't open rcs file `/usr/local/CVS/pykickstart/po/it.po,v': No
such file or directory
cvs server: cannot remove /usr/local/CVS/pykickstart/po/it.po,v: No such file
[Terminato con stato 1]
Francesco Tombolini <tombo(a)adamantio.net>
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as i see in FC5 Desktop (default string for GNOME) was replaced from
System (like Ubuntu)
but in Greek FC5 uses the 'Desktop' string.
Where i can find this string so i can change it to 'System'
Also i ve noticed that some Greek translations didnt make it in FC5.
example from redhat-menus
msgstr "Λογιστικό φύλλο"
although translated in time, Greek menu says "Spreadsheet"
(cc to fedora-trans-list, where it meant to be.
Sorry for the wrong spreading.)
於 二，2006-03-28 於 15:53 +1000，Chester Cheng 提到：
> Dear All,
> Renato needs some help.
> Can anyone give him a clue?
> 於 一，2006-03-27 於 21:54 +1000，repavici(a)globalnet.hr via RT 提到：
> > <URL: https://i18n.brisbane.redhat.com/rt3/Ticket/Display.html?id=38464 >
> > Reply on 27.3.2006, at 13:23
> > Currently I work on system-config-bind. Though one indeed! I have few
> > question regarding what to translate, and what not to:
> > - items between "\ \", and
> > - bold items, between "<b></b>" (example:)
> > If the zone is a slave or stub zone, then the server will suppress the
> > regular \"zone up to date\" (refresh) queries and only perform them when
> > the <b>Heartbeat Interval</b> expires in addition to sending NOTIFY
> > requests.
> > This is the only (?) line where the term: \"zone up to date\"
> > is mentioned.
> > - bold items, between "<b></b>", that start with small caps and are
> > located at the beginning of the string:
> > <b>delegation-only</b>: This is used to enforce the delegation only
> > status of infrastructure zones (e.g. COM, NET, ORG).
> > Name of the module? Cos in Croatian capitalization of words
> > follow different rules than in PC-english (all upper - all lower).
> > - items between "<tt></tt>":
> > To achieve the intended effect of has-old-clients yes, specify the two
> > separate options <b>Authoritative NXDOMAIN Responses</b>
> > <tt>=Enable</tt> and <b>RFC2308 Type1</b> <tt>=Disable</tt> instead.
> > <tt>=Enable</tt> repeats itself as a sole line. I guess this
> > one is OK to translate? Unless it does not repeat anywhere else in
> > this module.
> > I will try to run bind after translation, but I am not sure I can
> > simulate conditions that will bring up all the menus and messages. That
> > only reason why I am bothering you with this questions :)
> > Best regards!
> > ---------------------------------------
> > Renato Pavicic
> > mailto:email@example.com
> > renato(a)translator-shop.org
> > www.translator-shop.org
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... but, if you get them in a bit later *and* they don't break the
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It seems that xml2po(1) will sometimes expand entities and will
sometimes _not_ expand entities. There is a "-k" or a
"--keep-entities" that claims "Don't expand entities", but it lies.
Evidently there is a fallback mode in xml2po(1) where *all* entities
are expanded. I know there is an "-e" or "--expand-all-entities"
switch, but I'm not using it.
For example, generate a .POT file:
$ cd example-tutorial
$ xml2po -o the.pot en_US/example-tutorial.xml
and then apply it (UNCHANGED!) against the original XML file using
various combinations of "-e", "-k" and no switches at all:
$ xml2po -o junk-e.xml -e -p the.pot en_US/example-tutorial.xml
$ xml2po -o junk-k.xml -k -p the.pot en_US/example-tutorial.xml
$ xml2po -o junk-plain.xml the.pot en_US/example-tutorial.xml
and then compare the files using diff(1). There are NO differences.
Anybody care to explain? Or suggest a work-around?
I'm already an anomaly, I shall soon be an anachronism, and I have
every intention of dying an abuse!
Seeing that the absolute devel freeze date is around the corner, how
do we make sure translations appear in FC5?
I'm mostly worried about missing Serbian redhat-menus translations,
since redhat-menus is one of the "essential" components for a
localized desktop. Bug #176139 has been opened for a while, but we've
had no indication if this will happen in time for FC5.
Also missing are
sys-conf-netboot (bug #176144)
sys-conf-network (bug #176145)
sys-switch-im (bug #176150)
(and, I guess of lesser relevance for FC5, rhn-applet #176141 and
sr.po and sr(a)Latn.po translations for these were all made available in
CVS to RH developers before FC5test3.
Can Fedora Translation Project maintainers please advise?