Re: A simple script to manage GnomeGlossary.gnumeric
- From: Michael Twomey <michael twomey ireland sun com>
- To: simos pc96 ma rhbnc ac uk, Gnome I18N List <gnome-i18n gnome org>
- Subject: Re: A simple script to manage GnomeGlossary.gnumeric
- Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2001 09:54:29 +0000
Thats great thanks, I was hacking on a little script to do this but you
beat me to it :). I'll add this into the gnome-i18n/glossary if you
Now to work on that README...
> you will find a utility that parses the GnomeGlossary.gnumeric
> file and generates either
> o a "glossary.pot", ready for translation, with the Term
> Description as comments.
> o a "XX.po" from the already translated terms of
> GnomeGlossary.gnumeric so that one can continue
> What is missing is the capability to inject back to the xml
> file the translated strings. It remains to be done and should not
> be too difficult.
> In order to process the XML file (.gnumeric), I use XML::Twig
> which has to be installed. To install it without too much fuss,
> you may do "perl -MCPAN -eshell" and once you are in the shell, type
> "install XML::Twig" and there you go.
> Example usage:
> xml-i18n-update --pot g.gnumeric creates glossary.pot
> xml-i18n-update g.gnumeric el creates el.po
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