Re: Translation status pages

Hi Ross,

Today at 9:58, Ross Golder wrote:

> So, in the meantime, would it be possible for you to post the scripts
> you use for the translation status pages somewhere, and perhaps write up
> some brief notes/HOWTO (e.g. a l.g.o. wiki page) to help anyone (i.e.
> me) get things set up on a given box. In the meantime, I'll get the
> script(s) checked into a CVS module somewhere, start some
> sysadmin-oriented maintenance notes on the wiki and install and test it
> all on the Intel server as soon as it hits the rack, and we can take it
> from there (e.g. DNS updates etc).

The code is what Carlos wrote, but I also have access to it, and I
maintain the installation of (back-up for

The basic steps are:

  - get latest GNU gettext and intltool on the system
    (on i18n-status I have GNU gettext 0.14.5 and intltool-0.34.2
    in my $HOME, since I am not admin and we need to update them when
    we get new releases)
  - get and install Carlos' scripts (they are in C) â if Carlos
    doesn't want to publish them, we can send them to you personally,
    putting it in $HOME/src
  - on i18n this is the script I call from crontab:

unset LC_ALL
unset LANG
export LC_ALL=C
# I've compiled and installed gettext and intltool with --prefix=$HOME/intltool
export PATH=$HOME/intltool/bin:$PATH
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$HOME/intltool/lib
cd $HOME
cvs -d:pserver:anonymous anoncvs gnome org:/cvs/gnome co -d gnome-i18n gnome-i18n/status/data/ignored-lang-list
cvs -d:pserver:anonymous anoncvs gnome org:/cvs/gnome co -d gnome-i18n gnome-i18n/status/data/translation-status.xml && src/estado --install-dir=$HOME/public_html --cvs-dir=$CVSDIR --modules-file=$HOME/gnome-i18n/translation-status.xml

I've documented it on
as well, but there is still no source code which makes the gist of it :)

I'll later document what we need for documentation status pages as
shown on (latest xml2po, meaning
Python+libxml2 as well), but the code for that is in Gnome CVS:

I also want to unify both of these!


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