Re: Testing help files
- From: Aleksander Łukasiewicz <aleksander lukasiewicz net>
- To: Gnome i18n <gnome-i18n gnome org>
- Subject: Re: Testing help files
- Date: Tue, 02 Mar 2010 15:38:35 +0100
thanks for help. I'll try it today, and will report how it works for me. If you were so kind and could share your script, I'd be grateful. I discovered in the meantime that placing the translated .page files into corresponding folder in /usr/share/gnome/help/etc. allows yelp to open them fine. And yes, I think writing down these instructions somewhere is a great idea.
Dnia 2010-03-02, wto o godzinie 15:28 +0100, Milo Casagrande pisze:
2010/3/2 Aleksander Łukasiewicz <aleksander lukasiewicz net>:
> Seems to work this way, but I would like to convert multiple files (there
> are over 40 .page files in the empathy help folder). Is there a way to do
When I need to test translations I use a small hand-made script that
for every .page file in C, it creates the corresponding translated
Unfortunately I don't have the script here with me at the office, but
it goes in something like this:
for i in `ls PATH_TO_FILES` do
xml2po -p TRANSLATION_FILE.po PATH_TO_FILES/$i > PATH_TO_LOCALIZED_DIR/$i
(plus some tests to check if it's a file or not)
> Additionally, I cannot open the .page file with yelp. "yelp index.page"
> doesn't open the file. How can I open the .page files with yelp?
You don't have to provide Yelp with the file name, just do, if you are in
the C directory:
I just have to provide Yelp with the path to the directory containing
(probably these instructions should be written down under the
DocumentationProject on l.g.o...)
Hope it might help.
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