Re: Bug #115289

Shaun McCance <> writes:

> These strings, however, are already translated in XSLT.  So translating
> the strings just involves copying the translations from XSLT to po
> files, which seems like a pretty straight-forward task.

"In XSLT" means it is available as a XML text.  Maybe you can use
something of the intltools package to extractthe XSLT translations into
proper LL.po files (where LL stands for language).

Then create your new .pot file using xgettext (say "yelp-c.pot").

Use msgmerge's compendium feature to reuse the old translations:

    msgmerge --compendium LL.po -o new.LL.po /dev/null yelp-c.pot 

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