Re: [gnome-cy] amendments/updates for cy.po

On Mon, Dec 16, 2002 at 11:17:16PM +0000, Alan Cox wrote:

> Can you repost that with diff -u so it'll apply if other changes are
> made

Ah, I did wonder about that.
I was slightly confused about how to do it - I had the original file
called cy.po, the new file called cy-new.po and then ran
diff -u cy.po cy-new.po > cy.po.diff

Here's an unified diff that I hope will work.

Dafydd Tomos                                <URL:>
--- cy.po	Mon Dec 16 19:24:31 2002
+++ cy-new.po	Mon Dec 16 21:05:03 2002
@@ -7,7 +7,7 @@
 msgstr ""
 "Project-Id-Version: PACKAGE VERSION\n"
 "POT-Creation-Date: 2002-12-04 23:57+0000\n"
-"PO-Revision-Date: YEAR-MO-DA HO:MI+ZONE\n"
+"PO-Revision-Date: 2002-12-16 21:04+0000\n"
 "Last-Translator: FULL NAME <EMAIL ADDRESS>\n"
 "Language-Team: LANGUAGE <LL li org>\n"
 "MIME-Version: 1.0\n"
@@ -870,7 +870,7 @@
 #. "A terminal that does not contain an internal microprocessor. "
 msgid "dumb Terminal"
-msgstr ""
+msgstr "Terfynnell dwp"
 # [DGH] "Terfynnell dwp" ? :)
 #. "To copy."
@@ -936,7 +936,7 @@
 #. "A global 'setting', or configuration parameter, which is available to all applications. Each environment variable has a name and a value (which usually is a string of symbols or an integer number). Any application you run  can access any of the environmen To view all currenlty defined environment variables, use the command printenv (provided that you have GNU shell utils package installed). To modify a value of environment variable, use the command export NAME = VALUE;  if you are using bash shell or seten"
 msgid "environment variable"
-msgstr ""
+msgstr "newidyn amgylchfyd" # [DWT] environmental = amgylchfydol
 # [DGH] Um, "newidyn amglychol" ?
 #. "A mathematical statement that indicates equality with the use of an equal sign (=) between two expressions. In programming languages, assignment statements are written in equation form. "
@@ -1054,6 +1054,7 @@
 msgid "Float"
 msgstr "Pwynt arnawf"
 # "Arnofrif"? :)
+# [DWT] floating point = pwynt symudol
 #. "A round piece of flexible plastic film coated with ferric oxide particles that can hold a magnetic field. When placed inside a disk drive, the floppy disk rotates to bring different areas, or sectors, of the disk surface under the drive's read/write head,"
 msgid "Floppy"
@@ -1242,7 +1243,7 @@
 #. "A file that, in order to protect it from deletion or modification, is not shown in the normal listing of the files contained in a directory. Such a file is often used to store code or data critical to the system configuration."
 msgid "Hidden file"
-msgstr "Ffeil Gudd"
+msgstr "Ffeil gudd"
 #. "To temporarily remove the onscreen display of an application's active window while leaving the application running. "
 msgid "Hide"
@@ -1275,7 +1276,7 @@
 #. "1. A document intended to serve as a starting point in a hypertext system, especially the World Wide Web. 2. An entry page for a set of Web pages and other files in a Web site. "
 msgid "Home Page"
-msgstr "Tudalen gartref"
+msgstr "Tudalen Gartref"
 #. "A computing milieu, usually within an organization, in which only one manufacturer's hardware and one manufacturer's software are used. "
 msgid "Homogeneous environment"
@@ -1356,7 +1357,7 @@
 #. "In an environment capable of displaying multiple on-screen windows, any window other than the one currently being used for work. "
 msgid "Inactive window"
-msgstr "Ffenestr Anweithredol"
+msgstr "Ffenestr anweithredol"
 msgid "Increase"
 msgstr "Cynyddu"
@@ -1671,8 +1672,9 @@
 #. "An application which a user reads and sends their e-mail with. Also called Mail User Agent (MUA)."
 msgid "Mail Client"
-msgstr ""
+msgstr "Darllenydd E-bost"
 # "Rhaglen E-bost" ?
+# [DWT] suggested darllenydd
 msgid "Mail server"
 msgstr "Gweinyddwr E-bost"
@@ -1683,7 +1685,7 @@
 #line documentation for UNIX commands and programs and the UNIX library routines available for use in C programs. These documents, also found in the UNIX Programmer's Manual, can be displayed on a user's terminal or printed using the command man."
 msgid "Man Pages"
-msgstr "Tudalenni 'man'"
+msgstr "Tudalennau 'man'"
 #. "Any program that is designed to perform a certain set of housekeeping tasks related to computer operation, such as the maintenance of files. "
 msgid "Manager"
@@ -1769,6 +1771,7 @@
 msgid "minor faults"
 msgstr ""
 # "gwallau bychan" ?
+# [DWT] ffaeleddau bychan
 #. "An image that is an exact duplicate of the original with the exception that one dimension is reversed. "
 msgid "mirror"
@@ -1980,7 +1983,7 @@
 #. "A text-entry mode in which newly typed characters replace existing characters under or to the left of the cursor insertion point. "
 msgid "Overwrite"
-msgstr "Trosygrifo"
+msgstr "Trosysgrifo"
 # [DGH] Shouldn't there be an extra "s" in there?
 #. "The person who created a file or directory. "
@@ -2021,7 +2024,7 @@
 msgstr "Panel"
 msgid "Panelize"
-msgstr ""
+msgstr "Paneleiddio"
 #. "In programming, a value that is given to a variable before an expression is evaluated by a program. A parameter can be text, a number, or an argument name assigned to a value that is passed from one routine to another. "
 msgid "Parameter"
@@ -2113,6 +2116,7 @@
 #. "A data structure that describes the pixel image of a graphic, including such features as color, image, resolution, dimensions, storage format, and number of bits used to describe each pixel. "
 msgid "Pixmap"
 msgstr ""
+# [DWT] suggest made-up word 'Picsfap'
 msgid "Place"
 msgstr "Lle"
@@ -2170,14 +2174,14 @@
 #. "Synonym for Mailbox"
 msgid "Postal Box"
-msgstr "Blwch post"
+msgstr "Blwch Post"
 #. "A language for desribing printed pages, developed by <ulink type='http' url=''>Adobe Corporation</ulink>. Can be used to describe both graphics and text, black and white or color. Postscript is the de-facto standard for quality printin Postscript files can  also be saved to disk; they usually have extension <filename>.ps</filename>. There is a number of utilities for viewing Postscript files, such as <application>gv</application> or <application>ggv</application>."
 msgid "postscript"
 msgstr "postscript"
 msgid "power management"
-msgstr ""
+msgstr "rheolaeth bw^er"
 #. "A protocol allowing a computer to connect to a <link  linkend='tcpip'>TCP/IP</link> network via a modem.  A PPP connection allows an ordinary home computer connected to a telephone line to become a part of the <link linkend='internet'>Internet</link>"
 msgid "PPP"
@@ -2206,7 +2210,7 @@
 #. "The area on the paper, excluding margins, where the printer can print data."
 msgid "Print area"
-msgstr ""
+msgstr "Ardal argraffu"
 #. "A computer peripheral that puts text or a computer-generated image on paper or on another medium, such as a transparency film. "
 msgid "Printer"
@@ -2360,7 +2364,7 @@
 msgstr "Cof crai"
 msgid "Readout"
-msgstr "ailddarlleniad"
+msgstr "allddarlleniad"
 # [DGH] "allddarlleniad" ?
 msgid "ready..."
@@ -2469,8 +2473,8 @@
 msgstr "Adroddiadau"
 msgid "reserved blocks"
-msgstr "blociau wedi ei neilltuo"
-# [DGH] "eu" ?
+msgstr "blociau wedi eu neilltuo"
+# [DWT] or 'blociau neilltuedig'
 #. "To restart a computer without turning off its power."
 msgid "Reset"
@@ -2624,6 +2628,7 @@
 #. "In some graphical user interfaces, a vertical or horizontal bar at the side or bottom of a display area that can be used with a mouse for moving around in that area. "
 msgid "Scrollbars"
+msgstr "Bariau rholio"
 # [DGH] the description implies singular, but the English is a plural
 #. "Small Computer System Interface; an interface for connecting various computer components, such as hard drives. Works faster than the more common IDE interface, but is more expensive, so it is used mostly on servers."
@@ -2635,8 +2640,7 @@
 msgstr "Chwilio"
 msgid "Search Domains"
-#msgstr "Chwilio Parthau"
-msgid "Parthau Chwilio"
+msgstr "Parthau Chwilio"
 #. "The string of characters to be matched in a search-typically a text string."
 msgid "search string"
@@ -2648,12 +2652,10 @@
 #. "A communications link that has been protected against unauthorized access, operation, or use by means of isolation from the public network, encryption, or other forms of control. "
 msgid "Secure channel"
-msgstr "Sianel wedi'i warchod"
-# [DGH] "Sianel ddiogel" ?
+msgstr "Sianel ddiogel"
 msgid "Secure keyboard"
-msgstr "Bysellfwrdd wedi'i warchod"
-# [DGH] "Bysellfwrdd ddiogel" ?
+msgstr "Bysellfwrdd ddiogel"
 #. "Protection of a computer system or network and its data from harm or loss. "
 msgid "Security"
@@ -2733,8 +2735,7 @@
 #. "A keyboard key that, when pressed in combination with another key, gives that key an alternative meaning; for example, producing an uppercase character when a letter key is pressed. "
 msgid "Shift key"
-msgstr ""
-# [DGH] "Bysell shift" ?
+msgstr "Bysell shift"
 msgid "Show"
 msgstr "Dangos"
@@ -2793,11 +2794,11 @@
 #. "A synonym for intelligent. "
 msgid "Smart"
-msgstr ""
+msgstr "Clyfar"
 #. "A terminal that contains a microprocessor and random access memory (RAM) and that does some rudimentary processing without intervention from the host computer.  "
 msgid "Smart terminal"
-msgstr ""
+msgstr "Terfynnell glyfar"
 #. "1. To eliminate irregularities in statistical data by some process such as continuous averaging or by removing random (irrelevant) values. 2. In graphics, to remove jagged edges from a figure or line. "
 msgid "smooth"
@@ -2972,6 +2973,7 @@
 #. "A function that passes a job, function or setting to the system for processing"
 msgid "Submit"
 msgstr "Awgrymu"
+# [DWT] looks wrong
 #. "1. In general, a network that forms part of a larger network. 2. In terms of the ISO/OSI reference model, the subnet comprises the layers below the transport layer-that is, the network, data link, and physical layers."
 msgid "Subnet"
@@ -2994,7 +2996,7 @@
 #. "A character printed slightly above the surrounding text, usually in smaller type. "
 msgid "Superscript"
-msgstr ""
+msgstr "Uwchysgrif"
 #. "Assistance, such as technical advice provided to customers."
 msgid "Support"
@@ -3034,6 +3036,7 @@
 #. "An error resulting from a statement that violates one or more of the grammatical rules of a language and is thus not 'legal'. "
 msgid "Syntax error"
 msgstr "Gwall syntacs"
+# [DWT] syntax is generally 'cystrawen' (not sure how much that's used in computing)
 #. "Any collection of component elements that work together to perform a task. Examples are a hardware system consisting of a microprocessor, its allied chips and circuitry, input and output devices, and peripheral devices; an operating system consisting of a"
 msgid "System"
@@ -3190,10 +3193,10 @@
 #. "An electronic device with two states or a program option that can be turned on or off using the same action, such as a mouse click."
 msgid "toggle"
-msgstr ""
+msgstr "togl"
 msgid "Tolerance"
-msgstr ""
+msgstr "Goddefiant"
 msgid "tool menu"
 msgstr "dewislen teclyn"
@@ -3219,7 +3222,7 @@
 #. "A relationship is transitive if when it applies from A to B and from B to C it also applies from A to C."
 msgid "Transitive"
-msgstr ""
+msgstr "Trosaidd"
 #. "In programming, to convert a program from one language to another. Translation is performed by special programs such as compilers, assemblers, and interpreters. "
 msgid "Translate"
@@ -3228,7 +3231,7 @@
 #. "1. A path or link through which information passes between two devices. A channel can be either internal or external to a microcomputer. 2. In communications, a medium for transferring information. "
 msgid "transmission channel"
-msgstr ""
+msgstr "sianel drosglwyddo"
 #. "In computer use, describing a device, function, or part of a program that works so smoothly and easily that it is invisible to the user. "
 msgid "Transparent"
@@ -3315,7 +3318,7 @@
 #. "The new or enhanced version of a product. To change to a newer, usually more powerful or sophisticated version."
 msgid "Upgrade"
-msgstr ""
+msgstr "Uwchraddio"
 #. "The amount or percentage of time a computer system or associated hardware is functioning and available for use. "
 msgid "Uptime"

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