Re: Temporary status for Gnome 2.6 desktop and developer-libs
- From: Arafat Medini <lumina silverpen de>
- To: Danilo Segan <danilo gnome org>
- Cc: gnome-i18n gnome org
- Subject: Re: Temporary status for Gnome 2.6 desktop and developer-libs
- Date: Sun, 15 Feb 2004 12:31:43 +0100
Am Son, den 15.02.2004 schrieb Danilo Segan um 1:30:
> Hi translators,
> I've made a temporary copy of status pages at:
> These pages contain only desktop and developer-libs categories,
> because I'm on a modem line which hardly ever gets more than 3kB/s.
> This also means that I didn't upload all the generated PO files
> I seem to have somehow missed gtk+/po-properties, but I don't feel
> like regenerating all the pages for this one module only.
> I did include all the POT files already, and you can find them in:
> Since all PO files are around 16MB tarred and bzipped, I don't feel
> like uploading them just yet (remember, 3k/s :). I may do that later
> on, but POT file should be sufficient if you do something like:
> cvs -z4 -d:email@example.com:/cvs/gnome co module/po/xx.po
> with "module" being a name of the module (eg. "gnome-panel"), and
> "xx" being you language code.
> Then, you simply merge it with msgmerge:
> msgmerge -o updated-xx.po xx.po module.POT
> And you commit your updated-xx.po just like you do usually.
> Of course, this is all only temporary, and we can keep on hoping that
> status pages get fixed as soon as possible. I don't plan to run this
> again anytime soon, but I still hope this will be useful to some.
> PS. It's possible that I've made some mistakes in updating CVS,
> because I saved some time [as compared to original status pages] by
> using "cvs up -Pd" inside a module, instead of completely new
> checkout. So, if you decide to use these POT files, I don't make any
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