Modules missing in i18n.redhat.com

Magnus Larsson fedoratrans at gmail.com
Tue Jul 31 03:22:13 UTC 2007


So different project use different VCS? And you have to have an account on
each of them OR use Transifex (which is in "early stage"...)? Is this
correct?


On 7/27/07, Karsten Wade <kwade at redhat.com> wrote:
>
> On Wed, 2007-07-25 at 23:51 -0400, Magnus Larsson wrote:
> > I like the new translation pages. That's an improvement.
> >
> > Not sure I understand, but it looks like the translations are now
> > stored in 9 different repositories using 3 different version control
> > systems?
> > Is this going to change or?
> > (I would prefer using one version control system pointing to one
> > repository....)
>
> To goal of Transifex (that Dimitris is working on) is to make it not
> matter which VCS a module is in.  All the translation can be done
> through translate.fp.org.  Including any upstream/outside project that
> wants to be hooked in.
>
> We continue to use CVS as the main VCS for Fedora, but some projects
> wanted to use a new/different VCS.  Transifex makes it possible to
> translate for those projects _without_ using the native VCS tools (hg,
> git, svn, cvs).  If you prefer to interact directly with the VCS and
> have an account, you can do that as well.
>
> - Karsten
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