po/{zh_CN,ja}.po haven't been updated by r19334

Tao Wang dancefire at gmail.com
Tue Jul 13 04:55:47 EDT 2010

2010/7/13 Christian Stimming <stimming at tuhh.de>

> Am Tuesday 13 July 2010 schrieb Tao Wang:
> > Did you forget update the pot file in TP? I just updated zh_CN.po using
> > latest pot from trunk. However, TP robot said the .pot file is not fully
> > matched, and merged the my latest zh_CN.po with the old pot.
> >
> > ---------------------------------------------------------------------->
> > --- gnucash-2.3.14.zh_CN.po~
> > +++ gnucash-2.3.14.zh_CN.po
> > @@ -13,7 +13,7 @@
> >  msgstr ""
> >  "Project-Id-Version: gnucash 2.3.14\n"
> >  "Report-Msgid-Bugs-To: \n"
> > -"POT-Creation-Date: 2010-07-13 12:42+1000\n"
> > +"POT-Creation-Date: 2010-06-05 15:40-0400\n"
> *sigh* Now you finally found out by yourself the single big problem of the
> Translation Project: As the upstream coordinators, we cannot easily update
> the
> pot template which is stored at the TP. Instead, it will be updated only if
> we
> release a new version of the gnucash package. As a workaround, the TP
> suggests
> we can "release" a pre-version which is only sent to the TP and nowhere
> else
> (like a gnucash-2.3.15-pre1), but I never liked that solution because those
> "pre-"packages always get confused with the "real" ones. In the meantime,
> my
> conclusion is that it is not possible to update the pot at the TP at will,
> only at release time.
> Regards,
> Christian

That's bad. But, anyway, I can wait for the next release.

l10n.gnome.org can track several branches, including the 'master' branch.
Non of them have to be static. I think l10n.gnome.org can handle ".c, .scm,
.glade, schemas.in" files, I found a project gnome-games use them and seems
works fine at l10n.gnome.org: http://l10n.gnome.org/module/gnome-games/

I also like decentralized Git for development. We can use both git.gnome.organd
github.com. We can use github.com for decentralized development, and push
back to git.gnome.org, as an official repository, at any stage. Git is quite
free to use in either centralized or decentralized way, which is hard to do
in subversion. And it's damn fast.


Tao Wang

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