Completed Catalan translation to commit
stimming at tuhh.de
Tue Feb 10 15:22:22 EST 2009
Am Dienstag, 10. Februar 2009 00:28 schrieb David Planella:
> 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,
:-) No problem. Indeed this particular proposal has been brought up before on
this list. Please see
the full thread.
It ends with some not-yet-available features in l10n.gnome.org,
http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=510427 . According to the bugreport
(some of) those have been solved by the end of last year. However, the
conclusion there is that gnucash still can't have the gnucash.pot built on
> Why not just use l10n.gnome.org? Apart from the modules that are on
> svn.gnome.org, 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 tuhh.de>:
> > Am Montag, 9. Februar 2009 21:03 schrieb Derek Atkins:
> >> Quoting Christian Stimming <stimming at tuhh.de>:
> >> > 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
> >> http://code.gnucash.org/
> >> 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:
> > gnucash.org/pot/gnucash.pot or similar would be fine. A weekly cron build
> > would be perfectly sufficient. The URL should be noted on
> > http://wiki.gnucash.org/wiki/Translation but that's already enough.
> > Thanks a lot!
> > Christian
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