Completed Catalan translation to commit

David Planella david.planella at
Mon Feb 9 18:28:45 EST 2009

Hi all,

thanks for following this through.

Derek's suggestion would be an improvement, but before starting
something new, I'd like to ask another question. I apologise if this
has already been discussed here before, but I do not usually follow
the list.

Why not just use Apart from the modules that are on, there are other external modules there as well. GnuCash
might not be able to use the nice integration because of being hosted
externally, but surely it might benefit from the experience of those
who set up the whole i18n infrastructure of GNOME.

Here's my suggestion, may I forward this issue to the gnome-i18n list,
and see if someone more knowledgeable might come up with an optimal
solution? Or was there a reason why the GNOME's l10n web
infrastructure was not chosen in the first place?


2009/2/9 Christian Stimming <stimming at>:
> Am Montag, 9. Februar 2009 21:03 schrieb Derek Atkins:
>> Quoting Christian Stimming <stimming at>:
>> > With any other service, it would have to be possible to upload only the
>> > gnucash.pot template (and the server would have to support a suitable
>> > versioning scheme), but then, still someone on the gnucash side would
>> > have to volunteer to do the upload regularly. I can't (anymore). The
>> > person who does the upload would have to set up a build tree on his/her
>> > own machine, so that running "svn update ; make pot" will really generate
>> > a new gnucash.pot which is then uploaded. Maybe we find a web server
>> > where this can be put, and maybe someone volunteers to do that on a
>> > monthly basis, but indeed right now we don't have that. Sorry for that.
>> Actually, it would be pretty easy on the new server to set up a cron
>> job that did this and made the pot file available from
>> somewhere.   I could failure easily set up a daily/weekly/monthly build
>> to run a "svn update; autogen; configure; make pot" and then copy the
>> pot file into a web-accessible location.
> That would indeed be very good! Just pick whatever URL seems fine to you:
> or similar would be fine. A weekly cron build
> would be perfectly sufficient. The URL should be noted on
> but that's already enough.
> Thanks a lot!
> Christian

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