few questions

Xavier Conde Rueda xavi.conde at gmail.com
Tue Mar 28 12:53:24 UTC 2006


Hi,

When I translate this into Catalan, I will choose to translate all of
them except those that may be related to the file syntax. For
instance, <tt>=Enable</tt> and <tt>=Disable</tt> are candidates to not
being translated since it is the value to be used on the config file,
hence you don't want to translate it. The same for
<b>delegation-only</b>. In addition, you can add the translation to
further clarify the meaning of it without replacing the english word.
For instance in Catalan,

<tt>=Enable</tt> (habilita) ...


2006/3/28, Chester Cheng <ccheng at redhat.com>:
>  (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?
>
>  Regards,
>  Chester
>
>  於 一,2006-03-27 於 21:54 +1000,repavici at 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:repavici at globalnet.hr
> renato at translator-shop.org
>
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>
>
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