Add/Remove software

Renato Pavičić repavici at
Mon Jun 5 09:12:09 UTC 2006

Dana Mon, 05 Jun 2006 09:36:58 +0200, Thomas Canniot  
<thomas.canniot at> napisali ste:

Here is my procedure, as it worked fine (on windz):

- I opened up two browser windows, one with Punjabi, and onother with mine  
- I wrote down the modules with less lines
- then I took POT files (name of the pot file is the same as the name of  
the module)
- Open up PO file in poEdit
- if file is bigger (like desc or summyry), let the poEdit check out the  
file (running numbers at the bottom of the poEdit window)
- on main menu choose:
	Catalog -> Update from POT file
- if POT file is in it place you will see it immediately, so double click  
- poEdit will compare PO and POT and tell you about new and OBSOLETE lines  
(I gues, those that are degrated to the rank of fuzzy)
- click OK and that's it

If you cannot run poEdit, send me both PO and POT and I will update them  
as described.

Hope this helps

Best regs

> Le dimanche 04 juin 2006 à 20:32 -0300, Igor Pires Soares a écrit :
>> I had the same problem with the pt_BR.po file and I notice that the
>> pt.po also has less entries than the
>> Spanish one. We have to be attentive because maybe there are other
>> modules out of date too.
>> I updated the file with this command:
>> msgmerge -U pt_BR.po pirut.pot
>> Regards,
>> Igor Pires Soares
> This is the command I was told. But one questions remains. As I am a new
> contributor for the French translation and that nobody took care of
> our .po files for several months, how can I be sure that every fr.po
> files are synchronised with the .pot files. In other words, can we know
> the number of string all the pot files have.
> I also add that the most synchronised language at the moment is not
> Spanish, but Punjabi :)
> Regards

Best regards,
Renato Pavicic

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