--- On Wed, 10/6/10, Johannes Schmid <jhs jsschmid de> wrote:
From: Johannes Schmid <jhs jsschmid de>
Subject: Re: Issue with Gnome 2.30.2 gtk 2.20 version
To: "Narine Martirosyan" <narine_martirosyan instigatedesign com>
Cc: "Andre Klapper" <ak-47 gmx net>, "GNOME i18n" <gnome-i18n gnome org>
Date: Wednesday, October 6, 2010, 12:00 AM
> I'am not so clue in git, but I think there should be some tagged branch
> from which we can use gtk 2.20 for GNOME 2.30.
> Could you please tell me is there any tag? If no, could you please tell me
> the revision number of the branch? Can I checkout some specific revision?
While Andre already commented that it is not useful to translate an old
version of gtk+, here is how you would get it from git.
git checkout -b gtk-2-20 origin/gtk-2-20 (inside the clone of gtk+ of course)
We would highly recommend you to translate master instead. This will most
likely include all strings of previous version of gtk+ anyway.
I have translated master branch and it's already committed onto the repository, but what I want it is to see the gtk stock label translations in for example gedit application menu. I put mo file got from the master branch, 2-20 branches, 2-22 branch, but no one of these translations are affect on the stock variables.
My question is:
which branch should I use to translate, to put the corresponding mo file to Gnome 2.30 to see my translations for stock labels?