Gerfried Fuchs wrote:
> * Josip Rodin <email@example.com> [2001-10-04 10:32]:
> > It would be useful to have original revisions in those files, though
> > translation-check might not be the answer, because it would insert a warning
> > for each file in the document, and that could amount to tens of them, which
> > would be a mess...
> I don't think so. They are included through the multi_include routine
> in english/devel/debian-jr/packaged.tags - they don't produce output on
> their own.
> Sorry if I wasn't accurate enough. The file packaged.wml includes the
> packaged.tags file which provides some subroutines. These subroutines
> recurses through the packaged/ and packaged-non-free/ directories to
> find the information that should be put into the output file
> packaged.<lang>.html. So I don't see any drawback on using
> translation-check in that files for they don't produce any output on
> themself and aren't compiled themself.
Iirc ^# will be ignored, thus #use ... translation-check can be used, stattrans
and co will have to be updated still, but this mechanism can be used to track
versions at least.
In the beginning was the word, and the word was content-type: text/plain